National Top 10s

National Top 10s

GREG BEETS: Top 10 Shoulda-Been-Hits

1) 'ANSWER TO YOURSELF' the Soft Pack

2) 'A MORE PERFECT UNION' Titus Andronicus

3) 'DOUBLE IT' Galactic featuring Big Freedia

4) 'SUPERBALL' the Magic Kids

5) 'GIRLS WITH ENGLISH ACCENTS' Fergus & Geronimo

6) 'BOYFRIEND' Best Coast

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7) 'I JUST WANT TO SEE YOUR FACE' Serena-Maneesh

8) 'NEVER PAY FOR THE FARM' Gang of Four

9) 'NO PLACE LIKE HOME' Devo

10) 'TRAILER QUEEN' the Rudy Schwartz Project

JIM CALIGIURI: Geezerville Top 10

1) LOS LOBOS Tin Can Trust (Shout! Factory)

2) TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Mojo (Reprise)

3) TROMBONE SHORTY Backatown (Verve Forecast)

4) DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS The Big To-Do (ATO)

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5) RICHARD THOMPSON Dream Attic (Shout! Factory)

6) JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE Harlem River Blues (Bloodshot)

7) MARTY STUART Ghost Train (Sugar Hill)

8) JOHN MELLENCAMP No Better Than This (Rounder)

9) STEVE WYNN & THE MIRACLE THREE Northern Aggression (Yep Roc)

10) BLACK PRAIRIE Feast of the Hunters' Moon (Sugar Hill)

THOMAS FAWCETT: Top 10 Hip-Hop/R&B

1) BIG BOI Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (Def Jam)

2) ERYKAH BADU New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh (Motown)

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3) THE ROOTS How I Got Over (Def Jam)

4) JANELLE MONÁE The Archandroid (Atlantic)

5) KANYE WEST My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Def Jam/Roc-a-Fella)

6) SHARON JONES & THE DAP-KINGS I Learned the Hard Way (Daptone)

7) CURREN$Y Pilot Talk (DD172)

8) NAS & DAMIAN MARLEY Distant Relatives (Universal Republic)

9) ALOE BLACC Good Things (Stones Throw)

10) THE BUDOS BAND The Budos Band III (Daptone)

DOUG FREEMAN: Top 10 Taken for Granted

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1) DAMIEN JURADO Saint Bartlett (Secretly Canadian)

2) THE BOOKS The Way Out (Temporary Residence)

3) BENOÎT PIOULARD Lasted (Kranky)

4) PHOSPHORESCENT Here's to Taking It Easy (Dead Oceans)

5) NANA GRIZOL Ruth (Orange Twin)

6) BOBBY BARE JR. A Storm a Tree My Mother's Head (Thirty Tigers)

7) JOHNNY FLYNN Been Listening (Transgressive)

8) SHARON VAN ETTEN Epic (Ba Da Bing)

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9) THE DRUMS (Moshi Moshi)

10) MARNIE STERN (Kill Rock Stars)

RAOUL HERNANDEZ: Top 10 Metal

1) WATAIN Lawless Darkness (Season of Mist)

2) DANZIG Dethred Sabaoth (The End)

3) 1349 Demonoir (Prosthetic)

4) RATT Infestation (Roadrunner)

5) UFOMAMMUT Eve (Supernatural Cat)

6) BISON B.C. Dark Ages (Metal Blade)

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7) MONSTER MAGNET Mastermind Rock (Napalm)

8) CHURCH OF MISERY Live at Roadburn 2009 (Roadburn)

9) NACHTMYSTIUM Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II (Century Media)

10) IMMORTAL Live at Wacken 2007: The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh (Nuclear Blast)

MARGARET MOSER: What's Old Is New Top 10

1) JIMI HENDRIX Valleys of Neptune (Sony Legacy)

2) SUSAN COWSILL Lighthouse (Threadhead)

3) JIMMY WEBB Just Across the River (E1)

4) DEVO Something for Everybody (Warner Bros.)

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5) RICHARD THOMPSON Dream Attic (Shout! Factory)

6) CINDY BULLENS Howling Trains and Barking Dogs (M.C.)

7) THE KRAYOLAS Americano (Box)

8) JERRY COLE Guitars a Go-Go: The 1960s Crown Recordings, Vol. 2 (Ace)

9) ROBERT PLANT Band of Joy (Rounder)

10) DR. JOHN Tribal (429)

JAY TRACHTENBERG: Jazz Top 10

1) BILLY BANG Prayer for Peace (TUM)

2) JASON MORAN Ten (Blue Note)

3) AZAR LAWRENCE Mystic Journey (Furthermore Recordings)

4) RANDY WESTON & HIS AFRICAN RHYTHMS SEXTET The Storyteller (Motéma)

5) CHARLES LLOYD QUARTET Mirror (ECM)

6) STEVE COLEMAN & FIVE ELEMENTS Harvesting Semblances and Affinities (Pi Recordings)

7) THE BAD PLUS Never Stop (E1)

8) HENRY THREADGILL ZOOID This Brings Us to Volume II (Pi Recordings)

9) TROMBONE SHORTY Backatown (Verve Forecast)

10) PAUL MOTIAN Lost in a Dream (ECM)

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