Friday, December 20, 2013

Tune Of The Days - 20 Best Albums of 2013 pos: 11-20

Now we almost reached the end of this year, December 20th and during this time of the year it's time to sum it all up with this year's best albums! This have been a really good year album wise, when I started to collect together all the good albums before this, I realized after a while that this does not really hold when you start approaching 3 digit :) Well after a few hours it starts to resemble to something like a top 20, a really difficult task this year. In other words, it has simply been too much good records.

Many great records have unfortunately fallen off the list, but the music heart have decided and now when I look at it, it was not quite what I had expected from the beginning, which means that this list got to be very interesting. I am absolutely convinced that you not fully agree with me, but this is what I like. And luckily is the taste is divided, how else would it be.

First up we present this year's best albums between 11-20. Where you get the first 10 at once.

11. Ghost - Infestissumam
Swedish ghouls, with their "hard" second album  Infestissumam have Ghost actually taken a step forward and reveal the incredible creativity and created a worthy sequel.

12. Purson - The Circle And The Blue Door
The singer Rosie Cunningham is mastery of 60s-tinged eeriness and acid-fried atmospheres have created a real mystique record The Circle And The Blue Door, a record that for sure will release you totally if you close your eyes.

13. Blood Ceremony - The Eldritch Dark

Blood Ceremony has done it again, The Eldritch Dark is a magical album that you can not miss.

14. Fuzz - Fuzz
Ty Segall and with his new project Fuzz, grabs a high position with the selftitled debut, infectious hooks with psychedelic muscle and soul.

15. Monster Magnet - Last Patrol
Dave Wyndorf has crept from his hiding place and is finally on two sturdy legs, which can be witnessed on Load Patrol, what a comeback.

16. Cult Of Luna - Vertikal
The post-metal Swedes released a masterpiece, a record that belongs in every record shelf.
17. In Solitude - Sister
70s rock influences with feelings of post-punk and gothic spices grace the skin of "Sister". An excellent album.

18. Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats - Mind Control
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats has been one of the most notable cult phenomenon in recent times and with Mind Control, they have expanded their repertoire for another trip, a dreamy excursion with clear influences from the heavier side of 1970s rock.
19. Port Noir - Puls
The Swedish Semi Progressive band Port Noir with their debut Puls, they released a grand emotional album, where a high musicality and a well balanced softish tone in contrast to the hard, they really made ​​a fine début.
20 . Motörhead - Aftershock

Aftershock is an album that really flirt with the greatness that the bands trade mark is know for.

 Todays tune will come a bit later today, and of course it will be one of these :) Stay tuned.

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