The CDP’s Top 25 Albums Of 2013 (5-1).

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5. Streetlight Manifesto – Hands That Thieve

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4. Surfer Blood – Pythons

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3. My Bloody Valentine – mbv

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2. Chvrches – The Bones Of What You Believe

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1. Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

Thanks for reading. Sound off in the comments and enjoy your weekend. More year-end stuff to follow here on the CDP.

4 thoughts on “The CDP’s Top 25 Albums Of 2013 (5-1).

  1. A new Streetlight Manifesto too? Where the hell was I this year?

    My favorites of the year:
    1. RVIVR – The Beauty Between
    2. Ha Ha Tonka – Lessons
    3. Sundowner – Neon Fiction
    4. Nightmares for a Week – Civilian War
    5. Two Cow Garage – The Death of the Self Preservation Society
    6. I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In The House – Mayberry
    7. Murder by Death – Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon
    8. Bombino – Nomad
    9. Tyranny is Tyranny – Let It Come From Whom It May
    10. Dropkick Murphys – Signed and Sealed in Blood
    11. Alkaline Trio – My Shame Is True
    12. Chris Thile – Bach: Sonatas & Partitas, Vol. 1
    13. CONTROL – s/t
    14. Josh Ritter – The Beast In Its Tracks
    15. Land of Vandals – Sing Us Offshore


  2. The new TCG didn't resonate with me as much as their previous albums but after a few spins I really began to appreciate it a lot more. Same with the new Murder by Death.

    The Josh Ritter album is interesting because he wrote it after going through a divorce and I have to admit I thought it would be a lot more angry, though after awhile I really started to appreciate how low-key it comes off. I also missed seeing him in Madison earlier this year even though I bought tickets, as it fell on the same night as a Lucero show at the Majestic. I gave my tickets to a friend and he said the concert was absolutely wonderful, which didn't make me feel any better about missing it.

    Last thing – I just confirmed that I'll be heading down to Chicago on NYE for the Lawrence Arms show with Direct Hit, Masked Intruder, and the Downtown Struts. It more than makes up for the fact I'll miss the WI Punk Fest at the Majestic on the 10th.


  3. Ooh, that's going to be a good show. One of the highlights of my short career as a punk musician was playing a show with the Lawrence Arms about 12 years ago.


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