AMF Weekly Chart 17.14

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AMF Weekly Chart 17.14

Poll ended at Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:28 pm

Spoon - Do I Have to Talk You Into It
8
7%
Laura Marling - Nothing, Not Nearly
8
7%
Fleet Foxes - Third of May/Odaigahara
12
11%
Broken Social Scene - Halfway Home
9
8%
Mount Eerie - Ravens
8
7%
Alt-J - 3WW
6
5%
Kendrick Llamar - HUMBLE.
7
6%
Melody's Echo Chamber - Cross My Heart
5
5%
Prince - Moonbeam Levels
7
6%
Lorde - Green Light
9
8%
Aimee Mann - Goose Snow Cone
1
1%
Diet Cig - Sixteen
4
4%
The Moonlandingz - Black Hanz
4
4%
Arca - Desafio
3
3%
Father John Misty - Leaving LA
3
3%
Pissed Jeans - The Bar is Low
2
2%
Samia - Someone Tell the Boys
4
4%
The New Pornographers - Play Money
6
5%
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit - Hope the High Road
2
2%
Her - Swim
2
2%
 
Total votes: 110

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AMF Weekly Chart 17.14

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Here it is at last, instalment n° 14 of the Acclaimed Music Forum Chart !

Thank you, again, like every week, for your votes. Much better week on the vote front, just reaching 100.

Noteworthy :

:scared-shocked: Spoon take the top spot from Fleet Foxes with their new song from their just-released album. Laura Marling has the cheek to slip in between, taking full advantage of the Foxes daze.
:scared-shocked: The chart sees 3 new entries : Broken Social Scene's Halfway Home, Kendrick Llamar's HUMBLE and the surprising Melody's Echo Chamber's Cross my Heart
:scared-shocked: Sampha's Blood on Me makes it to the Hall of Fame !
:scared-shocked: Kicked out : Grandaddy - Brush with the Wild (4 weeks) and Sampha's What Shouldn't I Be (3 weeks)

Without further ado, here is your chart

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Spoon - The Band

One of indie rock's premier names, evolving from a punk band with strong Pixies/Sonic Youth influences to embrace ever more intricate pop experiments.

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The Song

Do I Have to Talk You Into It is a great rock song, but Spoon weave in electronica, disco and garage rock to lift it into another league. Britt Daniel’s searing voice has an elemental rock’n’roll feel, like John Lennon’s or Kurt Cobain’s, and the whole album is expertly conceived and put together (The Guardian)




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I want to nominate "DUCKWORTH.", please.
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Kate Nash - Call Me
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Buckingham/McVie - 'In My World'
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Slowdive - Sugar for the Pill
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Hope some more traction comes for that Samia track. She's a good friend of mine.
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I'm nominating the song on its own merits, of course.
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Waxahatchee - Silver
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StevieFan13 wrote:I'm nominating the song on its own merits, of course.
Actually, good song !
Reminds me of Regina Spektor in a way...good reference :)
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Nominating

Martha Wrainwright - Take the Reins (released 21.10.2016, just in time :))
And adding The Bats - Antlers to make up the new nominees
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spiritualized wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:I'm nominating the song on its own merits, of course.
Actually, good song !
Reminds me of Regina Spektor in a way...good reference :)
She'll be very pleased to hear that! :music-listening:
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StevieFan13 wrote:
spiritualized wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:I'm nominating the song on its own merits, of course.
Actually, good song !
Reminds me of Regina Spektor in a way...good reference :)
She'll be very pleased to hear that! :music-listening:
She's definitely talented. Great voice and a smart, wry sense of humor.
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How can I listen to the New Pornographers when Raffi doesn't like them? (Or at least didn't. This was quite an amusing chain of events.)
http://pitchfork.com/news/72998-raffi-a ... ographers/
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