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Top ten records of 2006

Just like last year, it’s time to take a look my favorite albums released in 2006. And the winners are…

  1. Suicide Commando – Bind, Torture, Kill
  2. Morrissey – Ringleader of the Tormentors
  3. The Knife – Silent Shout
  4. Muse – Black Holes and Revelations
  5. I AM X – The Alternative
  6. Frontline Assembly – Artificial Soldier
  7. Strip Music – Hollywood & Wolfman
  8. And One – Bodypop
  9. Seabound – Double-Crosser
  10. Portion Control – Filthy White Guy

The list is not fully complete yet, since a few promising albums are still to be evaluated.

Not quite making it to the list are nice albums such as

  • Covenant – Skyshaper
  • Hot Chip – The Warning
  • Wumpscut – Cannibal Anthem
  • Tactical Sekt – Syncope
  • Placebo – Meds
  • Thom Yorke – The Eraser
  • M Ward – Post War
  • Mesh – We Collide
  • Adolphson & Falk – Vidare
  • Laibach – Volk
  • Zero7 – The Garden
  • Delerium – Nuages du Monde
  • Gotan Project – Lunatico
  • In Strict Confidence – Where sun and moon unite
  • Amduscia – From Abuse To Apostasy
  • Nelly Furtado – Loose
  • Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere
  • Camouflage – Relocated
  • Welle Erdball – Chaos
  • Pet Shop Boys – Fundamental
  • Dub Sweden – Done With Loveless Days
  • Arcana Obscura – Lies
  • Erasure – Union Street
  • Cat5 – Cat5
  • Strokes – First impressions of Earth
  • Deathstars – Termination Bliss
  • Hype – Desperately Yours
  • Cryo – Cryogenic
  • Junkie XL – Today
  • Code 64 – Departure
  • Biosphere – Dropsonde
  • Universal Poplab – Uprising
  • Massiv In Mensch – Clubber Lang
  • Gary Numan – Jagged
  • Malaise – Hypnotized by Forgotten Lie
  • Spektralized – Capture The Moment

That’s it for 2006. Next exciting release will be the new Skinny Puppy album “Mythmaker”, scheduled for a January 29 release. Stay tuned.

2 comments

  • avatar
    DJ P
    05 Jan, 2007

    Mythmaker finns på en server nära dig…

  • avatar
    05 Jan, 2007

    Nice!

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