I've tried to avoid overloading my list with multiple albums by the same artist. I could put down five or six Beatles albums, but what would that honestly reveal? I've attempted to balance the tried-and-true with the offbeat, the only criterion being, "Would this record withstand repeated spins in a desert island scenario?" I lean toward power pop, lounge pop, and indie rock, so my choices are skewed in that direction. Please take this list for what it is - one man's ordinal ranking of a bunch of round vinyl platters.
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No Locust? Hot Buttered Soul sitting above Hysteria is reason alone to love this chart, but it's also good to see Margo Guryan so high. Clever little move putting Prince one notch above Of Montreal/Georgie Fruit.
I need to revisit The Beautiful South. That's a good one I seem to have forgotten. Also, how's that Nick Lowe? I only have Labour of Lust, which is terrific, so I'm interested.
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