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Well I sure hope so. I will only have one nom if it isn't.

It's gonna be very hard for me to put one over the other tho. I love both my noms. Can't say that happens with me very often.

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[bigger]GET BORN - JET (2003)[/bigger]

1. "Last Chance" 1:52

2. "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" 3:34

3. "Rollover DJ" 3:17

4. "Look What You've Done" 3:50

5. "Get What You Need" 4:08

6. "Move On" 4:21

7. "Radio Song" 4:32

8. "Get Me Outta Here" 2:56

9. "Cold Hard Bitch" 4:03

10. "Come Around Again" 4:30

11. "Take It or Leave It" 2:23

12. "Lazy Gun" 4:42

13. "Timothy" 4:32

14. "Sgt. Major" 4:04

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Songs for the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age (2002)

1. "You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire"

2. "No One Knows"

3. "First It Giveth"

4. "Song for the Dead"

5. "The Sky Is Fallin'"

6. "Six Shooter"

7. "Hangin' Tree"

8. "Go With The Flow"

9. "Gonna Leave You"

10. "Do It Again"

11. "God Is in the Radio"

12. "Another Love Song"

13. "Song for the Deaf"

14. "Mosquito Song"

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Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand (2003)

1. "Jacqueline" 3:49

2. "Tell Her Tonight" 2:17

3. Take Me Out 3:57

4. Dark of The Matinee 4:03

5. "Auf Achse" 4:19

6. "Cheating on You" 2:36

7. This Fire 4:14

8. "Darts of Pleasure" 2:59

9. "Michael" 3:21

10. "Come on Home" 3:46

11. "40'" 3:24

Hot Fuss - The Killers (2004)

1. "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine" Flowers, Stoermer 4:05

2. Mr Brightside Flowers, Keuning 3:43

3. "Smile Like You Mean It" Flowers, Stoermer 3:55

4. Somebody Told Me

5. All These Things I Have Done Flowers 5:02

6. "Andy, You're a Star" Flowers 3:14

7. "On Top" Flowers, Keuning, Stoermer, Vannucci 4:19

8. "Change Your Mind" Flowers, Keuning 3:11

9. "Believe Me Natalie" Flowers, Vannucci 5:07

10. "Midnight Show" Flowers, Stoermer 4:03

11. "Everything Will Be Alright"

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Hmmm, I'm tempted to nominate White Blood Cells, but the votesplitting... :crazy:

I've changed my mind about participating and have asked Martin to rescind my nominations, so nominate White Blood Cells without a threat of vote splitting. :D

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Attack & Release ~ The Black Keys

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Attack & Release is the fifth album by American blues-rock duo, The Black Keys. It is their second release on Nonesuch Records, and the first produced in a studio. It was released on April 1, 2008, and debuted at #14 on the Billboard 200 [1]. The song "I Got Mine" was number 23 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2008.

People who frequent the 'Rate the last album you listened to' topic may have noticed me always giving this album a very high score. To me, it's one of the few albums I know where I love every song on it, I could listen to it everyday, it simply rocks.

Tracks:

1. "All You Ever Wanted"

2. "I Got Mine"

3. "Strange Times"

4. "Psychotic Girl"

5. "Lies"

6. "Remember When (Side A)"

7. "Remember When (Side B)"

8. "Same Old Thing"

9. "So He Won't Break"

10. "Oceans & Streams"

11. "Things Ain't Like They Used to Be"

This youtube user has uploaded all the tracks of the album. Listening advice: I got mine, Strange Times, Psychotic Girl, Oceans & Streams, Lies, Same old thing,...

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Raising Sand - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss (2007)

1. "Rich Woman"

2. "Killing the Blues"

3. "Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us"

4. "Polly Come Home"

5. "Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)"

6. "Through the Morning, Through the Night"

7. "Please Read the Letter"

8. "Trampled Rose"

9. "Fortune Teller"

10. "Stick With Me Baby"

11. "Nothin'"

12. "Let Your Loss Be Your Lesson"

13. "Your Long Journey"

from wiki:

On February 8, 2009, the album won all five awards for which it was nominated at the 51st Grammy Awards: Album of the Year; Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album; Record of the Year (for "Please Read the Letter"); Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals (for "Rich Woman"); and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (for "Killing the Blues").

"Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On)" was released as a single and won the Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 50th Grammy Awards. The song "Killing the Blues" was #51 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2007.

The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling about 112,000 copies in its first week, the highest chart position for either artists' solo work (Plant, however, had previously reached #1 several times with Led Zeppelin).[15] Raising Sand was certified platinum by the RIAA on March 4, 2008. After the album's success at the 2009 Grammy Awards, the album topped the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart and Top Internet Albums chart for the first time on the week of February 28, 2009.

The album was nominated for the 2008 Mercury Prize in the UK, and entered the Top 5 on the UK Albums Chart, going on to reach #2 in January 2008

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Mudcrutch - Mudcrutch (2008)

1. "Shady Grove"

2. "Scare Easy"

3. "Orphan of the Storm"

4. "Six Days on the Road"

5. "Crystal River"

6. "Oh Maria"

7. "This Is a Good Street"

8. "The Wrong Thing To Do"

9. "Queen of the Go-Go Girls"

10. "June Apple"

11. "Lover of the Bayou"

12. "Topanga Cowgirl"

13. "Bootleg Flyer"

14. "House of Stone"

From wiki:

Mudcrutch is the debut studio album by American rock band Mudcrutch which was released on April 29, 2008. The album was recorded over a two-week period in August 2007. Mudcrutch is best known as the forerunner to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

The album debuted at number eight on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling about 38,000 copies in its first week.

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Seek Magic - Memory Tapes (2009)

The perfect embodiment of the decade, and released at the end of it. Recorded and mixed by Dayve Hawke from his New Jersey residence (under the aliases Weird Tapes and Memory Cassette), shared with the world via a humble blog for two years before going 'viral' when Gorilla vs. Bear unearthed it and shared it with the world. if that isn't enough of an homage to the magic of the internet, the music itself is wonderful and it blends electronic sounds with more spacey sounds without letting either get too overwhelming. It is a splendid album and where the Big Pink failed to deliver, Seek Magic was everything I could have hoped for from Memory Tapes and then some.

Bicycle

Swimming Field

Green Knight

Plain Material

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