Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Top 10 of 2006 (April 5 update).

Since I last put out my Top 10 list of 2006, I haven't really picked up that many new albums that have really, really impressed me. (I do have three on the way from cd baby that have some potential, though.) While the top five remain the same, there are some changes and additions to the list, so here goes:

1. Supraluxe-Supraluxe
2. Rhett Miller-The Believer
3. Travis Hopper-All The Lights In The City Tonight
4. David William-One Way Ticket
5. Copperdown-Something True
6. Chris Brown-Now That You're Fed (An oversight in the original list).
7. Justin Levinson-1175 Boylston
8. Red Guitar-Beauty Will Save The World
9. Phil Ayoub-Schoolbus Window Paper Heart
10. Warren Zanes-People That I'm Wrong For

Dropping out: Gary Henson, The Minus 5, The Green & Yellow TV. All three of these, of course, all still outstanding albums.


Unknown said...


Just a note for you and your readers -
Copperdown's "Something True" is now available at Not Lame. We found out about Bruce Brodeen and his site through your blog. Thanks!
Scott Menefee

Unknown said...

Thanks to all the Not Lamers who bought our CD so far - we sold out at Not Lame and sent another batch for restocking!