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Following several threads which suggest that the greatness of certain bass players is not in fact universally acknowledged, it appears that something similar may be true of albums....

[color=#1F4F82]‘Best albums of 2015’ lists inexplicably different[/color]

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/arts-entertainment/best-albums-of-2015-lists-inexplicably-different-20151210104637

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Dunno about 'Best' anything but, my favourite album of 2015 is The Silver Globe - Jane Weaver.*


*Which is possibly 2014 release, but I only became aware of it this year

Other stuff that I've enjoyed this year was released while I was still at school

Edited by No lust in Jazz

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I'm trying really hard to think of something that both came out in 2015 and I bought in the same year. And I like more than most other things.

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Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - Blossom
Kadavar - Berlin

Both great albums I bought that were released this year, neither of which appear on too many best of 2015 lists, which is a shame I think.

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[quote name='Lw.' timestamp='1449762562' post='2926619']
Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - Blossom
Kadavar - Berlin

Both great albums I bought that were released this year, neither of which appear on too many best of 2015 lists, which is a shame I think.
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Blossom to me is Orchestra of Wolves just produced a little better. Not as good though.

That's the Spirit - Bring Me The Horizon
Freedom - Refused
New Bermuda - Deafheaven

To Pimp a Butterfly - Kendrick Lamar
If you're reading this it's too late - Drake
Love Story - Yelawolf

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Agree about Secrets nobody keeps. Wolf Alice, my love is cool.
Also liked spocks beard, The oblivion particle, Not their best album but good most of the albums I bought this year weren't made this year.

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I'm going mainstream: Book of Souls - Iron Maiden. Think it's the only one I bought this year that was actually out this year...

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Thanks to Spotify, I've actually heard a bunch of new albums this year, last couple of years I've not actually made it to 10

I think this is my top ten, pretty set on Caina as my record of th year, everything else tends to move about a bit.

1. Caina - Setter Of Unseen Snares
2. A Forest Of Stars - Beware The Sword You Cannot See
3. Deafheaven - New Bermuda
4. Witchsorrow - No Light, Only Fire
5. Frank Turner - Positive Songs For Negative People
6. Faith No More - Sol Invictus
7. The Antichrist Imperium - The Antichrist Imperium
8. Panopticon - Autumn Eternal
9. Dragged Into Sunlight and Gnaw Their Tongues - N.V.
10. SikTh - Opacities

Must buy the new Clutch as the scoundrels haven't put it on Spotify

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[quote name='Lw.' timestamp='1449762562' post='2926619']
Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - Blossom
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Yes!

I'd also like to add;
Anti-Flag - American Spring
Danko Jones - Fire Music

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[quote name='Mcgiver69' timestamp='1449767165' post='2926689']
Jon Gomm's - "Live in the acoustic asylum" and "Secrets nobody keeps"

Truly beautiful and inspiring.
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That live album is a properly good one!

Ive also really enjoyed Red and Gold by Hattie Briggs and Tiny Spark by Stephanie Kirkham this year too...

Edited by TrevorR

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[quote name='Graham' timestamp='1449784119' post='2926891']
Must buy the new Clutch as the scoundrels haven't put it on Spotify
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You won't regret it!

For me the self titled debut from Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, recommend by a friend as "I think you'll like these". Almost played it daily since they told me!

Chris Stapletons debut is worth a mention too.

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My top 2 favourite albums of 2015:-

Blackberry Smoke - Holding All The Roses
The Winery Dogs - Hot Streak

Both superb releases, amazing singing, playing and songs on both :)

John

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I got my first album of 2015 on Tuesday ..Till Linderman 'skills and pills." . Not bass related in any way. It's pure filth, and each song is parental advisory etc.
Very funny, and brilliant. Till linderman is the vocalist of rammstein, and the material would fit on any rammstein album despite it being sung in English and not German;)

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I've bought a few albums this year - none of which were released this year. The closest is Primus' 'Wonka' album, and that was October 2014.

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