Top Albums of 2008

Because I didn’t have this blog at the end of last year, I thought I’d post a list of my favorite albums of 2008. I would probably rearrange the order and swap some out with other albums now, but I’ll post them as I did at the end of December.

#20 Port O’BrienAll We Could Do Was Sing


Port O'Brien

#19 Titus Andronicus – The Airing of Grievances


Titus Andronicus

#18 Amadou & Mariam – Welcome to Mali


Amadou & Mariam

#17 Gang Gang Dance – Saint Dymphna


Gang Gang Dance

#16 Deerhunter – Microcastle/Weird Era Cont.



#15 The Muslims – The Muslims

(Recently changed their name to The Soft Pack)


The Muslims

#14 High Places – High Places


High Places

#13 This Will Destroy You – This Will Destroy You


This Will Destroy You

#12 Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes


Fleet Foxes

#11 DJ Rupture – Uproot


DJ Rupture

#10 Marnie Stern – This Is It and I Am It and You Are It and So Is That and He Is It and She Is It and It Is It and That is That


Marnie Stern

#9 The Dodos – Visiter


Dodos - Visiter

#8 Wolf Parade – At Mount Zoomer


Wolf Parade

#7 Bon Iver – For Emma, Forever Ago

Bon Iver

Bon Iver

#6 Crystal Stilts – Crystal Stilts

Crystal Stilts

Crystal Stilts

#5 Portishead – Third



#4 The Foals – Antidotes

The Foals

The Foals

#3 Alaska in Winter – Holiday

Alaska in Winter

Alaska in Winter

#2 Fuck Buttons – Street Horrrsing

Fuck Buttons

Fuck Buttons

#1 Crystal Castles – Crystal Castles

Crystal Castles

Crystal Castles


4 responses to “Top Albums of 2008

  1. Pingback: Top albums of 2008 (that I learned about during 2009) « Burgersmoke

  2. The Crystal Castles album was utterly fantastic. I found myself really disappointed with the new Portishead, though. Mostly that machine gun nonsense. I want trippy beats and Beth Gibbons’ voice.

  3. Thanks for the comment! Any fav albums of 2009?

  4. Oh my…it’s been a really great year for music! Mike Doughty – Sad Man Happy Man is awesome.

    Oooooh! The Decemberists – Hazards of Love. That’s the money right there. And Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix.

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