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Best Albums of 2007 so far?

I want to listen to some albums from this year, but I have no idea where to start. I'm open to practically anything, so fire away

Filippo VOLANDRI, Pablo ANDUJAR, Yuki BHAMBRI, Fabio FOGNINI, Thomaz BELLUCCI,
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1. Eluvium - Copia
2. Battles - Mirrored
3. The National - Boxer
4. Blonde Redhead - 23
5. Do Make Say Think - You, You're a History in Rust
6. Explosions in the Sky - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone
7. Amon Tobin - Foley Room
8. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver
9. Low - Drums & Guns
10. Kings of Leon - Because of the Times

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4. Blonde Redhead - 23
I heard that was a good one. I'll have to check it out

Filippo VOLANDRI, Pablo ANDUJAR, Yuki BHAMBRI, Fabio FOGNINI, Thomaz BELLUCCI,
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Favourite Worst Nightmare - Arctic Monkeys

And not from 2007, but I strongly advise Aquarium by Aqua
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Adam at your Aqua obsession

I don't have a favourite from 2007 as yet, but from 2006 definitely Muse's Black Holes and Revelations
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Konvicted from Akon, I don't know if it was 2006 of 2007.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Rafael Nadal, All Czechs
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Oh, and from 2006 Zemfira's Vendetta

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If you haven't got Stadium Arcadium yet by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, you have to get that.

Tim Henman--Gael Monfils--James Blake--Donald Young--Rafael Nadal--Jo-Wilfried Tsonga--John Isner--Janko Tipsarevic--Richard Gasquet.

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The best one till now?

Porcupine Tree's Fear of A Blank Planet.

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Panda Bear Person Pitch.

Sampras, Agassi, Nalbandian, Santoro, Verdasco.

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Wilco - sky blue sky
Of Montreal - hissing fauna, are you the destroyer
Panda Bear - person pitch
the klaxons - myth of the near future
electrelane - no shouts, no calls
the shins - wincing the night away
Clinic - visitations
LCD soundsystem - sound of silver
the brakes - the beatific visions
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Wilco - sky blue sky
Of Montreal - hissing fauna, are you the destroyer
Panda Bear - person pitch
the klaxons - myth of the near future
electrelane - no shouts, no calls
the shins - wincing the night away
Clinic - visitations
LCD soundsystem - sound of silver
the brakes - the beatific visions
Blonde Redhead - 23
Wilco - sky blue sky - too much Wilco-like, didnt find anything interesting
Of Montreal - hissing fauna, are you the destroyer - havent got this one yet, although I've wanted to
Panda Bear - person pitch - very overhyped, I dont think it's better than the average Animal Collective album
the klaxons - myth of the near future - yeah, should have been in my top 10 but somehow forgot to put it. I'm listening to it right now
electrelane - no shouts, no calls - surprisingly I heard about this one only yesterday
the shins - wincing the night away - never got into The Shins
Clinic - visitations - This is a good band but too afraid of trying anything else, same riffs all the time
LCD soundsystem - sound of silver
the brakes - the beatific visions - I'll download this one now
Blonde Redhead - 23

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I can see what you mean. I liked these albums but it's not like I was that excited by most of them actually.

About Wilco, I fancy the new guitarist from the kicking television live but nothing will level Yankee hotel foxtrot imo. Agree for Panda Bear. Have a close ear at "the past is a grotesque" from Of Montreal, awesome song.

I was thinking of you lately as Smashing pumpkins is to play a festival nearby I live. And sonic Youth will also do a re-read of his daydream nation Lp there. Can't wait

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I can see what you mean. I liked these albums but it's not like I was that excited by most of them actually.

About Wilco, I fancy the new guitarist from the kicking television live but nothing will level Yankee hotel foxtrot imo. Agree for Panda Bear. Have a close ear at "the past is a grotesque" from Of Montreal, awesome song.

I was thinking of you lately as Smashing pumpkins is to play a festival nearby I live. And sonic Youth will also do a re-read of his daydream nation Lp there. Can't wait
nearby where?

they chose France as their first show after reunion, didnt they?

SY, will they play DN live in the original tracklist?

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here is a link http://www.laroutedurock.com/

It takes place in St Malo in the north-west of France. You probably know better than me whether this is SM's first date, but I know that's the only one in France.

About DN, I guess so but haven't got much info yet.

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