Top-Ten-o-Matic

City Pages scribes chime in with their top tens

Brad Zellar

TOP TEN ALBUMS:

1. Various Artists, Goodbye, Babylon (Dust-to-Digital)
2. John Cale, HoboSapiens (EMI Import)
3. Roswell Rudd and Toumani Diabate, Malicool (Sunny Side)
4. Various Artists, Down in the Basement: Joe Bussard's Treasure Trove of Vintage '78s, 1926-1937 (Old Hat)
5. Andrew Hill, Passing Ships (Blue Note)
6. Postal Service, Give Up (Sub Pop)
7. Damien Rice, O (Vector)
8. Basement Jaxx, Kish Kash (Astralwerks/XL)
9. Various Artists, Miami Sound: Rare Funk and Soul From Miami, Florida, 1967-1974 (Soul Jazz)
10. Atmosphere, Seven's Travels (Rhymesayers/Epitaph)

Chris Ziegler

TOP TEN ALBUMS:

1. Michael Yonkers Band, Microminiature Love (Sub Pop)
2. Deadly Snakes, Ode To Joy (In The Red)
3. Wrangler Brutes, Wrangler Brutes (self-released)
4. Various Artists, Miami Sound: Rare Funk and Soul From Miami, Florida, 1967-1974 (Soul Jazz)
5. Testors, Complete Recordings 1976-1979 (Swami)
6. Okmoniks, Rustle Up Some Action (In-Fi)
7. Mystery Girls, Mystery Girls (Drop Kick)
8. Kid Thomas, Rockin' This Joint Tonite (Norton)
9. Dios, Demo 002 (self-released)
10. Miracle Chosuke, 7/8 Wonders of the World (Dim Mak)

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SEE ALSO:

imageLOCAL MUSIC YEARBOOK '03
We Sang. We Danced. We Set things on Fire. And Sometime after the Bar Closed, We Wrote It All Down for You.!---

image NOW HEAR THIS
The Very Best Albums of 2003.

image THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES
The Best Albums in the World Ever!! Okay, Maybe Just in This Town, Circa 2003

image MEET THE MUSICIANS
Checking in with some Minnesota music makers.

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