15 in 15: Albums

At the beginning of the year my mum had the idea for us to come up with Top 15 lists of songs, albums and movies over the last 15 years (aka since the beginning of the millennium). As a change of pace to this blog I thought I would share these three lists seeing how we are at the in-between stage of the years. Today: Albums.

Treats#15 – Treats by Sleigh Bells (2010)
Body_Talk#14 – Body Talk by  Robyn (2010)
PipettesWeAreThePipettes#13 – We Are The Pipettes by The Pipettes (2006)
TheKnifeSilentShout#12 – Silent Shout by The Knife (2006)
St_Vincent_artwork#11 – St. Vincent by St. Vincent (2014)
july-flame#10 – July Flame by Laura Veirs (2010)
Stories_From_The_City,_Stories_From_The_Sea#9 – Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea by PJ Harvey (2000)
Funeral#8 – Funeral by Arcade Fire (2004)
Janelle_Monáe_-_The_ArchAndroid_album_cover#7 – The ArchAndroid by Janelle Monáe (2010)
Florrie_-_Late#6 – EPs by Florrie (2010-2014)

(I know this is a bit of a cheat, but she has never released a full length album… and these four EPs are some of the best pop music out there so I consider them as a combined double album)

Ys_cover#5 – Ys by Joanna Newsom (2006)
Grimes_-_Visions_album_cover#4 – Visions by Grimes (2012)
41E7jdntfGL#3 – Strange Mercy by St. Vincent (2011)
Sufjan_Stevens_-_Illinois#2 – Illinois by Sufjan Stevens (2005)
BjorkVespertine#1 – Vespertine by Bjork (2001)

This post has had the extra benefit that allows me to cross off two albums from the Top 250 list.  Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea by PJ Harvey and Ys by Joanna Newsom are now considered crossed off.

List item: Listen to the 250 greatest albums
Progress: 40/250

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