Snobcast Top 40 Albums of 2007

Written by  //  January 8, 2008  //  The Conservatory  //  1 Comment

Bring on the music of 2008. Please!! I don’t want to hear another fucking song off Neon Bible, Kala, or Sky Blue Sky for a long time. Now I know I promised to have the official Donnybrook Best-Of list ready last week, but I just could not listen to any more Band of Horses. Now that I’ve detoxed from the overload of year-end lists I’m finally ready to release the best (and last) Best-Of that you’ll need to read. Our readers voted, commented, and almost OD’d on the Snobcast Recap: 2007 series. I narrowed down the most mentioned albums and have compiled the best Snobcast of last year.

BONUS: I have included some special remixes of your favorite songs courtesy of Stereogum. Enjoy!!

Donnybrook’s Favorite Albums of 2007:

40. Klaxons – Myths of the Near Future
39. Vampire Weekend – Vampire Weekend
38. The National – Boxer
37. Band of Horses – Cease to Begin
36. LCD Soundsystem – Sound of Silver
35. Arcade Fire – Neon Bible
34. Devin the Dude – Waitin’ To Inhale
33. Lil Wayne – All 9,000 songs he made in ‘07
32. VARIOUS ARTISTS – After Dark
31. Manic Street Preachers – Send Away the Tigers
30. Menomena – Friend and Foe
29. Kevin Drew – Spirit If…
28. Justice – †
27. PJ Harvey – The Piano
26. Black Lips – Good Bad, Not Evil
25. Rogue Wave – Asleep at Heaven’s Gate
24. David Dondero – Simple Love
23. Son Volt – The Search
22. Deerhoof – Friend Opportunity
21. Lonely Dear – Lonely Noir
20. Battles – Mirrored
19. Jens Lekman – Night Falls Over Kortedala
18. Panda Bear – Person Pitch
17. Patty Griffin – Children Running Through
16. Mary Gauthier – Between Daylight and Dark
15. Bach’s Complete Harpsichord Concerto’s by Richard Egarr
14. Animal Collective – Strawberry Jam
13. DJ Kicks – Any of his remixes
12. Sondre Lerche – Phantom Punch
11. Von Sudenfed – Tromatic Reflexxions
10. Rumskib – Rumskib
9. The Mary Onettes – The Mary Onettes
8. Richard Hawley – Lady’s Bridge
7. Manual – Lost Days, Open Skies, and Streaming Tides
6. La Casa Azul – La Revolucion Sexual
5. Jason Isbell – Sirens of Ditch
4. Earlimart – Mentor Tormentor
3. Bjorn Torske – Feil Knapp
2. Calvin Harris – I Created Disco
1. Yelle – Pop Up

Playlist:

“A Cause Des Garcons (Booster Remix)” Yelle
“Acceptable In The 80′s” Calvin Harris I Created Disco
“Bros (edit)” Panda Bear Person Pitch
“The Opposite of Hallelujah” Jens Lekman Night Falls Over Kortedala
“Snare Hanger” Battles Mirrored
“It’s E.S.P. Bitches (Swizz Beats vs Deerhoof)” The Hood Internet The Mixtape Volume One
“Chicago X 12″ Rogue Wave Asleep At Heaven’s Gate
“Lock & Key” The Black Lips Live At Amoeba Hollywood
“D.A.N.C.E. (Paste Black Remix)” Justice VS Data
“Gang Bang Suicide” Broken Social Scene Presents Kevin Drew Spirit If…
“Weird (Dekoder remix)” Menomena
“Let’s Talk (We The Best)” Lil’ Wayne Feat. DJ Khaled The Drought Is Over Part. 2
“Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa” Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend (Blue CD-R)
“La Revolucion Sexual” La Casa Azul La Revolucion Sexual
“Where Are the Flowers” Rumskib Rumskib
“Chicken Yaiamas” Von Südenfed Tromatic Reflexxions
“Between The Daylight And The Dark” Mary Gauthier Between Daylight And Dark
“Broken Harp” PJ Harvey White Chalk
“The General Specific” Band of Horses Cease to Begin

Snobcast:


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Father Guido Sarducci IV

Father Guido Sarducci IV is master of the Snobcast, Olympic parasailer, and uber-model.

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One Comment on "Snobcast Top 40 Albums of 2007"

  1. Col. Hector Bravado January 8, 2008 at 9:58 am · Reply

    Like I said Sunday, the fact that you do this rocks. I cannot conceive of DWA without the Snobcasts. Rock, rock on. Don’t go to Getty, go to Exxon.

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