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Rank'em as You Hear Them [2014 Edition]

The 2014 Rank'em as You Hear Them Thread

I didn't keep up my list last year but I'm going to give it another shot (obligatory statement).

Rate your favorite music from this year by whatever method or system you desire. Keep your list in one post (edit!) and keep them in some sort of order. See the second post for my system.

Note: Please don't use a "placeholder" post if you don't actually plan on updating your list.

This thread is to post lists but feel free to discuss the music too. This is a good place to discuss albums that might not warrant their own thread.

Hopefully we can introduce each other to some good music this year!

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Album Rankings & Purchases

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks: Wig Out at Jagbags
St. Vincent: St. Vincent

Broken Bells: After the Disco
Beck: Morning Phase

Bruce Springsteen: High Hopes

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12/26 Edit: Finally updated!
Weird year for me. As is typical for me, I listened to a fair amount of metal, but very little of it really resonated with me. Only two "metal" albums on my top 10 list (and Mastodon is getting close to that line) which has to be a record low for me. I'm pretty sure that doesn't mean I'm growing up, but who the hell knows. Both Hozier, and The War on Drugs were easy choices for my top two, and I actually just discovered WoD this month, so it might surplant Hozier as I give it more listens. I saw Hozier on SNL and had bought the album before the episode ended. That album could have been written for me. Just about perfect. Emma Ruth Rundle's second solo album was my early choice for album of the year, and it's a shame more people haven't heard it. Brilliantly produced, acoustic stuff, that will haunt you from the first listen.

I've still got a few 2014 albums on my to-listen list that I haven't heard yet, and I think Cloudkicker and Thomas Giles might crack my top-10, but we'll have to see.

Album Rankings

1) Hozier - Hozier
2) The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream

3) Emma Ruth Rundle - Some Heavy Ocean -- Seriously, more people need to listen to this one. If you aren't hooked by song 3, there's no hope.
4) Taylor Swift - 1989 -- This is not ironic. I love T-Swift more than any 38-year old has any right to. Don't care.
5) He Is Legend - Heavy Fruit -- Stoner metal genius, and so much fun. Great driving music

6) Lissie - Crying to You EP -- It's covers, but it introduced me to Lissie, and I really love it.
7) Mastodon - Once More Round the Sun -- Years biggest surprise for me. It feels simpler (and almost poppy at times!) than their recent stuff, but that's a good thing.
8) First Aid Kit - Stay Gold -- Damn these Swedes can sing
9) Alpha Male Tea Party - Droids -- Math-rock fun in the vein of And So I Watch You From Afar.
10) Jakob - Sines -- Post-rock legends first new album in 10 years is worth the wait.
ĆGES - Above & Down Below
Audrey Fall - Mitau
December - Torso
Morbus Chron - Sweven
The Pretty Reckless - Going to Hell -- This one is sure fun.
Wild Throne - Bloodmaker EP

††† - †††
Alcest Shelter
Ambush - Firestorm
At the Gates - At War With Reality
Band of Horses - Acoustic at the Ryman
Beck - Morning Phase
Big Head Todd & The Monsters - Black Bee Hive
Big Wreck - Ghosts
Black Magic - Wizard's Spell
Bongripper - Miserable
Cormorant - Earth Diver
Dawnbringer - Night of the Hammer
Destrage - Are You Kidding Me? No.
Devin Townsend Project - Z˛
Early Man - Thank God You've Got the Answers for Us All
Echoes - The Pursuit
Floor - Oblation
Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways
Glories - Put the Beast Out of Mind
High Spirits - You Are Here
Iced Earth - Plagues of Babylon
Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls
Junius - Days of the Fallen Sun
Lights - Little Machines
Long Distance Calling - Nighthawk
Marty Friedman - Inferno
Mogwai - Rave Tapes
MONO - Rays of Darkness
MONO - The Last Dawn
Old 97's - Most Messed Up
Opeth - Pale Communion -- Please play metal again
Red Dragon Cartel - Red Dragon Cartel
Red Forest - Red Forest EP
Rise Against - The Black Market
Seether - Isolate and Medicate
Shakey Graves - And the War Came
Shakira - Shakira
Skull Fist - Chasing the Dream
sleepmakeswaves - Love of Cartography
Slough Feg - Digital Resistance
Sólstafir - Ótta
Stam1na - SLK
Sunn O))) - Terrestrials
Swans - To Be Kind
Switchfoot - Fading West
Tesla - Simplicity
The Dagger - The Dagger
The Fray - Helios
The Haunted - Exit Wounds
The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams
The Used - Imaginary Enemy
This Will Destroy You - Another Language
Vance Joy - Dream Your Life Away
Warpaint - Warpaint
Watter - This World
Within Temptation - Hydra
Wolf Mother - New Ocean

Weird Al - Mandatory Fun
Amaranthe - Massive Adictive
Anathema - Distant Satellites -- This was the years biggest disappointment for me.
Animals as Leaders - The Joy of Motion
Axel Rudi Pell - Into the Storm
Bastard Sapling - Instinct Is Forever
Beware of Safety - Lotusville
Black Label Society - Catacombs of the Vatican
Bryan Adams - Tracks of My Years
Chevelle - La Gargola
Conquering Dystopia - Conquering Dystopia
Deathmole - Permanence
Down - IV, Part II
Flyleaf - Between the Stars
Fuel - Puppet Strings
Hammock - The Sleepover Series, Volume 2
Insomnium - Shadows of the Dying Sun
Jack White - Lazaretto
Jennifer Knapp - Set Me Free
Joe Bonamassa - Different Shades of Blue
Lacuna Coil - Broken Crown Halo
Lady Antebellum - 747
Lily Allen - Sheezus -- Best album title this year
Linkin Park - The Hunting Party
Maybeshewill - Fair Youth
Mike Doughty - Stellar Motel
OK Go - Hungry Ghosts
Periphery - Clear
Pink Floyd - The Endless River -- Endlessly unnecessary
Revocation - Deathless
Robert Plant - Lullaby... and the Ceaseless Roar
Rodrigo y Gabriela - 9 Dead Alive
Royal Bliss - Chasing the Sun
Sebastian Bach - Give 'em Hell
Sister Sin - Black Lotus
Spoon - The Want My Soul
Tenggar Cavalry - Ancient Call
Tombs - Savage Gold
Tunturia - Halls of Sky
Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright in the End
Yob - Clearing the Path to Ascend

Broken Bells - After the Disco
Earth - Primitive & Deadly
Kix - Rock Your Face Off
Maroon 5 - V

Adebisi Shank - This is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank

Jim Matheos - Halo Effect -- Worst album I heard all year.

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Afghan Whigs - Do to the Beast

J Mascis - Tied to a Star
Spoon - They Want My Soul
Micah P Hinson & The Nothing
Sunn O))) and Ulver - Terrestrials
Marissa Nadler - July
Warpaint - Warpaint
Haunted Hearts - Initiation

The Rentals - Lost in Alphaville
St. Vincent - St. Vincent
Pixies - Indie Cindy
Lydia Loveless - Somewhere Else
Perfect Pussy - Say Yes to Love
Puss N Boots - No Fools, No Fun
A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Sea When Absent

La Sera - Hour of the Dawn
Beck – Morning Phase
Jack White - Lazaretto
The Pretty Reckless - Going to Hell
Bob Mould: Beauty & Ruin
The Haden Triplets - s/t
Mogwai - Rave Tapes
Dum Dum Girls - Too True
Sun Kil Moon - Benji
Ty Segall - Manipulator

Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks - Enter The Slasher House
Nina Persson - Animal Heart

Now Playing/On Deck:
Frog Eyes - Carey's Cold Spring
Amen Dunes - Love
Swans - To Be Kind
New Pornographers - Brill Bruisers
Tweedy - Sukierae

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As of 12/8:
1. Strand of Oaks - Heal
2. Future Islands - Singles
3. Ok Go - Hungry Ghosts
4. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Only Run
5. Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield
6. Spoon - They Want My Soul
7. Owl John - Owl John
8. TV on the Radio - Seeds
9. Kevin Drew - Darlings
10. Sage Francis - Copper Gone
11. The New Pornographers - Brill Bruisers
12. St Vincent - St Vincent
13. Sun Kil Moon - Benji
14. The Twilight Sad - Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave
15. Prawn - Kingfisher
16. The Rural Alberta Advantage - Mended With Gold
17. Black Keys - Turn Blue
18. The Hotelier - Home, like noplace is there
19. Champs - Down Like Gold
20. Interpol - El Pintor
21. Embrace - Embrace
22. Ryan Adams - Ryan Adams
23. Elbow - The Takeoff and Landing of Everything
24. The Raveonettes - Pe’ahi
25. We Were Promised Jetpacks - Unraveling
26. Broken Bells - After the Disco
27. Warpaint - Warpaint
28. Jack White - Lazaretto
29. Hamilton Leithauser - Black Hours
30. The Afghan Whigs - Do to the Beast
31. Dry the River - Alarms in the Heart
32. Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways
33. Taking Back Sunday - Happiness is
34. Kasabian - 48:13
35. Stars - No One is Lost
36. James - La Petite Mort
37. Beck - Morning Phase
38. The Gaslight Anthem - Get Hurt
39. Band of Skulls - Himalayan
40. The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams
41. Conor Oberst - Upside Down Mountain
42. Eels - The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett
43. Margot & the Nuclear So & So's - Sling Shot to Heaven
44. The Antlers - Familiars
45. U2 - Songs of Innocence
46. Neil Finn - Dizzy Heights
47. Old 97's - Most Messed Up
48. Big Wreck - Ghosts
49. Engineers - Always Returning
50. Karen O - Crush Songs
51. Wye Oak - Shriek
52. Better Than Ezra - All Together Now
53. Coldplay - Ghost Stories
54. The Menzingers - Rented World
55. Cheatahs - Cheatahs
56. Liam Finn - The Nihilist
57. Kaiser Chiefs - Education, Education & War
58. We Are Scientists - TV En Francais
59. Black Lab - A Raven Has My Heart
60. Cold War Kids - Hold My Home
61. Pixies - Indie Cindy
62. Blonde Redhead - Barragan
63. Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes
64. Drive-By Truckers - English Oceans
65. The Black Lips - Underneath the Rainbow
66. Childish Gambino - STN MTN / Kauai
67. David Gray - Mutineers
68. The Horrors - Luminous
69. Aimee Mann & Ted Leo - The Both
70. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Days of Abandon
71. Liars - Mess
72. Scorpions - MTV Unplugged
73. The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream
74. Tom Petty - Hypnotic Eye
75. Dan Wilson - Love Without Fear
76. Speedy Ortiz - Real Hair
77. Lower - Seek Warmer Climes
78. The Faint - Doom Abuse
79. We Were Promised Jetpacks - E Rey Live in Philly
80. Band of Horses - Acoustic
81. Thee Oh Sees - Drop
82. Mogwai - Rave Tapes
83. Tune-Yards - Nikki Nack
84. Death Grips - Niggas on the Moon

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Temples - Sun Structures ****
Eagulls - Eagulls ****
Warpaint - Warpaint ****
Elbow - The Take Off and Landing of Everything ****
Against Me! - Transgender Dysphoria Blues *** (This album reminds me of The Holy Bible so much it's not funny.)
Quilt - Held In Splendor ***
Phantogram - Voices ***
Dum Dum Girls - Too True ***
The War On Drugs - Lost In the Dream **

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Really liking the new Warpaint.
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The Crystal Method - The Crystal Method (4/5)
Nine Inch Nails - Seed Eight (Beats Music exclusive) (2/5)

The Antlers - Familiars (4/5)

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Tons of stuff in the hopper, here's what we've got so far (excellent music year, IMO):

So far:

St. Vincent: St. Vincent - varied, confident, vibrant, catchy. Just a great album and my favorite thing she's ever done.
How to Dress Well: What is This Heart: fabulous chill electronic R&B. Warm, organic production, fantastic hooks. Perfect relaxing summer album.
Behemoth - The Satanist - a disorienting, intense masterpiece of blackened death metal. Their best album and a definitive high point for the entire genre.
A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Sea Went Absent - I can't stop listeing to this one. My Bloody Valentine swooning (and a little of their slight scariness), ambient electronic haze, non-linear songs. It sounds amazing in headphones. One of those albums that requires you to listen to the whole thing.
Parquet Courts - Sunbathing Animal - I hope this band stays this prolific because I basically love them. To be honest, it's fairly typical Williamsburg indie guitar rock that squarely hits all of the same references (New York Dolls, Velvet Underground, Sonic Youth, Pavement etc) that the Strokes did a decade ago but it's got great songs, great playing, hilarious lyrics, catchyness etc. Their first album was probably my favorite album last year, this one is more of the same and that's a great thing.

Fucked Up - Glass Boys - yet another great album from one of the most consistent (and consistently changing) bands. Shoegaze- influenced, a bit of classic rock, a bit of mid eighties SST punk. A huge, sprawling album.
The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream - a beautiful, pastoral collection of Dylan-esque dream rock. Doesn't get cloying, moves forward.
Triptykon : Melana Chasmata - experiemental gothic doom metal... stuff. An avalanche of medium -tempo riffs. Pounding martial drums. Bass heavy mix. Long, complex songs. Susprisingly catchy. If you like this sort of thing, look no further
Sun Kil Moon - Benji - another set of excellent stream of conciousness acoustic music. Meditative and introspective but not irritatingly self-absorbed.
Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield - a sweet little simple pop-rock album. Good driving around in the late spring music.
Mastodon - Once More Around the Sun - a return to Crack the Skye complexity and thematic consistency. Boogie sludge metal by the masters of that particular genre
Ought - More than Any Other Day - squawking vocal, cheap synth, Velvet Underground-riffing hipster indie rock but performed with passion and inspiration. No wave guitars, David Byrne mannerisms. Good stuff, if you like this sort of thing.
Protomartyr - Under Color of Official Right - tossed off, lofi punk album from a supergroup of sorts. Detroit, urban, bleak, literate. The band can be extremely intense and this is a great set of songs.

Warpaint - S/T - bass-heavy, dreamy alt rock. The album is a bit uneven, the highs are terrific, the rest drags a bit.
Elbow - The Take off and Landing of Everything - yet another solid album from this definitvely English band. They never make anything that blows my socks off, but they never make anything not worth listening to.
The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams - missing the power and conviction of their best work, but still a welcome return to form. I like this album, not sure I'll listen to it too much more, though.
Tycho - Awake - perfect studying / eating dinner music, it's not high art, but it's effective.
Lower - Seek Warmer Climes - the album is a note-perfect evocation of early eighties post-punk atmosphere. Joy Division, Bauhaus, even U2's first album. The songs save themselves with some solid hooks and thought-out structures before it becomes a straight up ripoff, I like the album but it's not absoltuely great.
Insomnium - Shadows of a Dying Sun - completely ridiculous teenage angsty melodic death metal but I kind of love it. The songs are certainly well written and you can't argue with the band's chops.

Future Islands - Singles - a few very good tracks, the rest is a bit rote synth-pop
The Shrine - Bless Off - middling gritty skater metal/rock. they have the attitude but the songs aren't there yet. Still, they have pontential.

Future - Honest - don't get the hype. It's not a terrible album, but it's really not any good. Sort of standard party rap. He trades in a lot of tired cliches.
Todd Terje - It's Album Time! - slightly irritating glitchy Scandinavian electronic music. I liked some of his earlier stuff, this one not so mcuh.

Cloud Nothings - Here and Nowhere Else - huge step backwards for this band after their last (great) album.
Wye Oak - Shreik - in trying to redefine themselves as a synthpop band, personifies the more irritating aspects of indie pop to me
Broken Bells - After the Disco - didn't like their first album all that mush, like this one even less.

Alcest - Shelter - is this even metal anymore? What are they doing?
Speedy Ortiz - Real Hair - trying to be clever, ends up annoying.

The Afghan Whigs - Do the Beast - awful album, why did they bother.
Major Lazer - Apocalypse Soon - the debut was a lot of fun, this lacks all of the silly charm and propulsivness. Really bad.

Pixies - Indie Cindy - insulting.

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St. Vincent has the album of the year so far. (4/5)

Ray Lamontagne - Supernova (3.5/5) - Wasn't sure at first but really dig the psych tinge he put on this record.
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Just listened to the new one from Echo and the Bunnymen, and it's pretty great. Takes me back to the days when I was an MTV staple.
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Jenny Lewis-The Voyager (5 out of 5)

The best album of the year for me so far by a mile.
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John's 2014 Album Rankings (As of 12/04/14)

(00) **RANKED**

1/2 (00) **RANKED**

Atmosphere - Southsiders

1/2 (01) **ALPHABETICAL**
Boyz II Men - Collide


1/2 (00) **ALPHABETICAL**


1/2 (00) **ALPHABETICAL**


** - Will not be included in Top 15

**Now Listening**
Hail Mary Mallon - Bestiary
Mike Mictlan - HELLA FRREAL
Run the Jewels - RTJ2
Greek Fire - Lost
Fozzy - Do You Wanna Start a War

Aloe Blacc - Lift Your Spirit
Andrew Bird - Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of...
Asher Roth - RetroHash
Broken Bells - After the Disco
Caribou - Our Love
Conor Oberst - Upside Down Mountain
D'Angelo and The Vanguard - Black Messiah
eels - The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett
Emmure - Eternal Enemies
Flying Lotus - You're Dead!
Future Islands - Singles
G. Love & Special Sauce - Sugar
Ghostface Killah - 36 Seasons
Ingrid Michaelson - Lights Out
Interpol - El Pintor
Jack White - Lazaretto
Justin Townes Earle - Single Mothers
Kaiser Chiefs - Education, Education & War
Luke Bryan - Crash My Party
Mac DeMarco - Salad Days
Sage Francis - Copper Gone
SBTRKT - Wonder Where We Land
Schoolboy Q - Oxymoron
She & Him - The Classics
Spoon - They Want My Soul
St. Vincent - s/t
Sturgill Simpson - Metamodern Sounds in Country Music
Sun Kil Moon - Benji
Swans - To Be Kind
The Antlers - Familiars
The Black Keys - Turn Blue
The Gaslight Anthem – Get Hurt
The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams
The Menzingers - Rented World
The New Pornographers - Brill Bruisers
The War on Drugs - Lost in The Dream
Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow


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My favorite albums this year, in order of preference:

1. The War on Drugs - Lost in The Dream
2. D'Angelo - Black Messiah
3. Sylvan Esso - Sylvan Esso
4. Run the Jewels - Run the Jewels 2
5. tUnE-yArDs - Nikki Nack
6. St. Vincent - St. Vincent
7. Beck - Morning Phase
8. Future Islands - Singles
9. Spoon - They Want My Soul
10. Alt-J - This is All Yours
11. Flying Lotus - You're Dead
12. Thom Yorke - Tomorrow's Modern Boxes

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some of my faves...

lake street dive
jenny lewis
ingrid michaelson
ray lamontagne
wild feathers
future islands
broken bells
real estate
war on drugs
ryan adams
black keys
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Time now, methinks, to cut loose this 2014 thread.

Although I am de-stickying, I'll not lock it, as from past experience, the avid rankers amongst you may still have some public ranking to do....

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