Louder Than War’s Albums of the Year 2013: 100 – 51

Part two of this years “Albums of the Year” list covers numbers 100 – 51. For the first part, (i.e. numbers 150 – 101), go here.

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100. A Hawk And A Hacksaw – You Have Already Gone To The Other World. (Balkan Folk).

99. Parquet Courts – Light Up Gold. (Garage Rock).

98. Kurt Vile – Walkin’ on a Pretty Daze. (Lofi Indie).

Our Review.

97. Oliver Wilde – A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears (Lofi Dream Pop).

Our Review.

96. Shonen Knife – Pop Tune. (Japanese Pop Punk).

Our Review.

95. Botanist – IV: Mandragora. (Experimental Black Metal).

94. Earl Sweatshirt – Doris. (Rap).

93. Swans – Not Here / Not Now. (Experimental / Post Punk).

Our Review.

92. Melt Yourself Down – Melt Yourself Down. (Jazz Fusion / Afrobeat).

91. UK Decay – New Hope For The Dead. (Goth Rock).

90. Jagwar ma – Howlin . (Psych Rock).

Our Review.

89. Blind Lemon Jefferson – The Rough Guide To Blues Legends: Blind Lemon Jefferson. (Blues).

Our Review.

88. Self Defense Family -Try Me. (Post Hardcore / Emo).

87. Carcass – Surgical Steel. (Grindcore).

Our Review.

86. Wolf Eyes – No Answer Lower Floors. (Industrial Noise-Rock)

85. Artic Monkeys – AM. (Indie).

Our Review.

84. RVIVR – The Beauty Between. (Punk).

83. Alright the Captain – Conversation Skills for the Socially Anxious . (Math Rock).

Our Review.

82. Fat White Family – Champagne Holocaust. (Garage Rock).

81. Kanye West – Yeezus. (Rap).

80. Sudden Death of Stars – Getting Up, Going Down. (Psych Rock)

Our Review.

79. Tracey Curtis – Thoughts In The Dark. (Acoustic Singer Songwriter).

Our Review.

78. 65 Days Of Static – Wild Light. (Post Rock)

77. Alborosie – Sound The System. (Reggae).

76. British Sea Power – Machineries of Joy. (Indie Rock).

Our Review.

75. Foot Village – Make Memories. (Noise Rock / Drumm).

Our Review.

74. Erica Nockalls – Imminent Room. (Alt Rock Violinist).

Our Review.

73. Johnny Marr – The Messenger. (Indie Rock).

72. The Pirate Ship Quintet – Rope for No-Hopers. (Instrumental Post Rock).

71. Mudhoney – Vanishing Point. (Grunge).

Our Review.

70. Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni Ba – Jama Ko. (African).

69. Sparks – Two Hands One Mouth. (New Wave / Syth Pop).

68. Future Of The Left – How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident. (Alt Rock).

Our Review.

67. Iggy and the Stooges – Ready to Die. (Proto Punk).

Our Review.

66. The Body – Christs, Redeemers.

65. Sulk – Graceless. (Shoegaze).

64. Charlie Boyer And The Voyeurs – Clarietta.

Live Review.

63. Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita – Clychau Dibon. (Harp / African).

62. Prurient – Through The Window. (Power Electronics).

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61. Watain – The wild Hunt. (Black Metal).

Our Review.

60. Drenge – Drenge. (Garage Rock).

59. Throwing Muses – Purgatory / Paradise. (Indie Rock).

58. The Lovely Eggs – If You Were Fruit. (Indie).

57. Weekend Nachos – Still. (Powerviolence / Hardcore).

Queens Of The Stone Age – …Like Clockwork. (Alt Rock).

55. Secret Colours – Peach. (Psych Rock).

Our Review.

54. Lorna – Heart of Wire. (Indie Folk / Pop).

Our Review.

53. Various – Scared To Get Happy. (Indie Pop).

Our Review.

52. Paramore – Paramore. (Emo Pop Punk).

51. The Full English – The Full English. (Folk).

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The final part of this list (50 – 1) can be found here.

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