Sound Opinions: The Best Albums of 2009

The results are in! Here are The Best Albums of 2009.

Jim DeRogatis’ Top Ten:

  1. Ida Maria, Fortress ‘Round My Heart
  2. Neko Case, Middle Cyclone
  3. Kid Sister, Ultraviolet
  4. Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
  5. Lily Allen, It’s Not Me, It’s You
  6. Animal Collective, Merriweather Post Pavilion
  7. The Decemberists, The Hazards of Love
  8. Screaming Females, Power Move
  9. Japandroids, Post-Nothing
  10. U2, No Line on the Horizon

Full list: http://blogs.suntimes.com/derogatis/2009/12/the_best_albums_of_2009.html

Greg Kot’s Top Ten:

  1. St. Vincent, Actor
  2. BLK JKS, After Robots
  3. Cymbals Eat Guitars, Why There are Mountains
  4. The xx, The xx
  5. Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
  6. Neko Case, Middle Cyclone
  7. Kid Cudi, Man on the Moon: The End of Day
  8. Rihanna, Rated R
  9. Japandroids, Post-Nothing
  10. Kid Sister, Ultraviolet

Full list: http://leisureblogs.chicagotribune.com/turn_it_up/2009/12/top-albums-of-2009.html

From: http://www.soundopinions.org/shownotes/2009/121109/shownotes.html

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