Some might say this was the finest work Jason Bateman would ever do.
20. Al Green-Lay It Down (Blue Note)
What more did you want from Al Green? Did you want him to wear Levar Burton sunglasses and use auto-tune? Did you want him to do a ladies only tour? Did you want him to employ interplanet ... More >>
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In case, you were wondering, I do have a pair of boombox pants and yes, they're quite comfortable.
10. King Khan & The Shrines-The Supreme Genius Of.... (tie)
If my review of Khan's Pitchfork Fest set didn't convince you, this interview that ran today should seal the ... More >>
Regardless of what you think of their music, you've got to respect Wolf Parade. When Apologies to the Queen Mary dropped in late 2005 and every music journo prematurely slapped "next Arcade Fire" tags on them, they very easily could've played the comparison to the hilt, touring relentlessly, made ... More >>
5. Dungen-Tio Bitar [Kemado]
Dungen did not tour this record in America. This is because the band's mastermind, Gustav Estjes was rumored to be alone in the snowy Swedish hinterlands, ingesting enough hallucinogens to give Hunter S. Thompson pause, and trying to untangle the beautiful mess of sou ... More >>