Monday, December 31, 2012

Top Albums & EPs of 2012: Honorable Mentions


Even after completing my end of the year lists, there were still records that I thought deserved recognition that didn’t make my lists.  Here, in alphabetical order by artist, are some of the other really, really good releases that came out in 2012.    

  • Happy Miserable by August Primer (Review)
  • How Do We Explode by Gary B. & the Notions (Review)
  • There Is A Bomb In Gilead by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires (Review)
  • Walk the Talk by William Beckett (Review)
  • Budnick by Budnick (Review)
  • Leaving Eden by Carolina Chocolate Drops (Review)
  • The Coloradas by The Coloradas (Review)
  • In the Belly of the Brazen Bull by The Cribs (Review)
  • Write a New Song by Efren (Review)
  • I Play for Keeps by Energy (Review)
  • Funtimes by The Heartbreaks (Review)
  • Summer Dresses by R.M. Hendrix (Review)
  • I’d Rather Die Than Live Forever by Brendan Kelly & the Wandering Birds (Review)
  • Baseball Season by Kite Party (Review)
  • From Where You Are by Sunday Lane (Review)
  • Hobo’s Lament by Larry and His Flask (Review)
  • Water Under the Bridge by Lessons (Review)
  • Low Culture by Low Culture (Review)
  • Bad Lucky by The Magnificent (Review)
  • Faded by Man The Change (Review)
  • Turbo Power Excellent by The Matchup (Review)
  • On Mars by Mean Jeans (Review)
  • Trick of the Eye by Joy Mills (Review)
  • The Mooks by The Mooks (Review)
  • Soundshine by David Myhr (Review)
  • Spite by Old Flings (Review)
  • Bad Expectations by Punks on Mars (Review)
  • Deadbeats by Rifkin (Review)
  • Roll The Tanks by Roll The Tanks (Review)
  • Royal Headache by Royal Headache (Review)
  • Ugly by Screaming Females (Review)
  • Ten Songs, Ten Years by The Scutches (Review)
  • Don’t Le Me Lose Ya by Kevin Seconds (Review)
  • No Gods by Sharks (Review)
  • Awkward Breeds by The Sidekicks (Review)
  • With Fire by The Small Cities (Review)
  • Television Youth by Sonic Avenues (Review)
  • Over Slept by State Champs (Review)
  • State Lines by State Lines (Review)
  • Killing Time by Terry Malts (Review)
  • Myth is This by Tiger High (Review)

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