EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

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EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby granit » Fri Nov 28, 2014 5:23 pm

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/musi ... -2014.html

50 One Direction Four
49 Bombay Bicyle Club So Long, See You Tomorrow
48 George Ezra Wanted On Voyage
47 Lily Allen Sheezus
46 Angel Olsen Burn Your Fire For No Witness
45 Tom Hickox War, Peace & Diplomacy
44 Sia 1000 Forms of Fear
43 First Aid Kit Stay Gold
42 Pharrell Williams Girl
41 Coldplay Ghost Stories
40 Simone Felice Strangers
39 Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes
38 Manic Street Preachers Futurology
37 Rumer Into Colour
36 Alt-J This Is All Yours
35 Neneh Cherry Blank Project
34 King Creosote From Scotland With Love
33 Sam Smith In the Lonely Hour
32 Teleman Breakfast
31 Jessie Ware Tough Love
30 Bryan Ferry Avonmore
29 Jenny Lewis Voyager
28 ?
27 Caribou Our Love
26 Mary J Blige The London Sessions
25 Kate Tempest Everybody Down
24 Damon Albarn Everyday Robots
23 La Roux Trouble in Paradise
22 Robert Plant Lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar
21 Lia Ices Ices
20 Paolo Nutini Caustic Love
19 Lucinda Williams Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone
18 Prince Art Official Age
17 FKA Twigs LP1
16 St Vincent St Vincent
15 Royal Blood Royal Blood
14 U2 Songs of Innocence
13 Hozier Hozier
12 Beck Morning Phase
11 The Black Keys Turn Blue
10 Future Islands Singles
09 The War On Drugs Lost In The Dream
08 Elbow The Take Off and Landing of Everything
07 Damien Rice My Favourite Faded Fantasy
06 Jamie T Carry the Grudge
05 Taylor Swift 1989
04 Jack White Lazaretto
03 Prince and 3rdeyegirl Plectrumelectrum
02 Leonard Cohen Popular Problems
01 Ed Sheeran X

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby Harold » Fri Nov 28, 2014 5:42 pm

Unfortunately, this appears to be eligible... (One Direction?!?)

I won't add an incomplete list to the spreadsheet, so hopefully (?) they'll add the missing #28. Seriously, how does a newspaper website make a mistake like that?

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby PlasticRam » Fri Nov 28, 2014 6:38 pm

The crappy Prince album at #3? This is the worst list ever.
I feel like that

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby bootsy » Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:45 pm

PlasticRam wrote:The crappy Prince album at #3? This is the worst list ever.

Yeah this a pretty bad list.

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby charliepanayi » Sat Nov 29, 2014 11:51 am

It should be noted this is the critic who criticised the Mercury Prize shortlist simply because none of the people on it were commercially successful or well known, and asked why the likes of Ed Sheeran weren't on it. In other words, he is a pillock who seems to think successful automatically equals better.

Good to see Lucinda Williams there though!

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby DocBrown » Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:16 pm

charliepanayi wrote:In other words, he is a pillock who seems to think successful automatically equals better.


Bruce got a day job?
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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby JimmyJazz » Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:59 pm

DocBrown wrote:
charliepanayi wrote:In other words, he is a pillock who seems to think successful automatically equals better.


Bruce got a day job?


Lol x100 :mrgreen:

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby Harold » Thu Dec 04, 2014 4:51 pm

Quick update - they still haven't fixed the error re: the missing #28. When someone asked about it in the comments section, another commenter wrote: "It is hiding from the embarrassment of being included with the other albums on this list."

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby DocBrown » Fri Dec 05, 2014 3:13 am

charliepanayi wrote:In other words, he is a pillock who seems to think successful automatically equals better


On a totally unrelated note, why do the Brits get all the good epithets like "pillock", "wanker", "tosser". We North Americans would look like total prats (!) if we tried to use "pillock" in a sentence. Not least of all because most american pillocks are not sufficiently literate to realize they're being insulted...

I digress.
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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby Harold » Fri Dec 05, 2014 5:39 am

I've always been partial to "jackanapes," myself.

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby birdsingreek » Sun Jan 04, 2015 1:57 pm

I tweeted one of the critics. The article itself still hasn't been updated.

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Re: EOY 2014 The Telegraph (UK)

Postby Nick » Sun Jan 04, 2015 5:48 pm

birdsingreek wrote:I tweeted one of the critics. The article itself still hasn't been updated.

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Great find, birdsingreek! Thanks!


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