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No Borders No Race: The Best of 2011

No Borders No Race: The Best of 2011

Still not convinced about our top 20 albums list? Then this episode is for you!

King Baby Duck spins a song from each of the top album picks of this year. What morsels of musical treats will be oozing out of your speakers in today's program?

  1. Asobi Seksu - Trails (from the albumĀ Fluorescence)
  2. Flogging Molly - The Power's Out (from the albumĀ Speed Of Darkness)
  3. VERBALĀ - CHANGE CHANGE [feat. Nicki Minaj] (from the albumĀ Visionair)
  4. Cheeseburger - Party Song (from the albumĀ Another Big Night Down the Drain)
  5. American Water - Old Best Friend (from the albumĀ This Is Where It Ends)
  6. Evanescence - Made of Stone (from the album Evanescence)
  7. The Go! Team - Secretary Song (from the albumĀ Rolling Blackouts)
  8. R.E.M. - It Happened Today (from the albumĀ Collapse into Now)
  9. Flash Bang Grenada - I Can Teleport (from the albumĀ 10 Haters)
  10. the pillows - Movement (from the albumĀ Horn Again)
  11. Foster The People - Don't Stop (Color On The Walls) (from the albumĀ Torches)
  12. The Knux - Run [feat. Kid Cudi] (from the albumĀ Eraser)
  13. TsuShiMaMiRe - French Toast Rendezvous (from the albumĀ Giving Blood)
  14. Dropkick Murphys - Hang 'Em High (from the albumĀ Going Out in Style)
  15. Beastie Boys - Lee Majors Come Again (from the albumĀ Hot Sauce Committee Part Two)
  16. The Decemberists - Don't Carry It All (from the albumĀ The King Is Dead)
  17. The Black Keys - Gold On The Ceiling (from the albumĀ El Camino)
  18. Foo Fighters - White Limo (from the albumĀ Wasting Light)
  19. Tom Waits - Hell Broke Luce (from the albumĀ Bad As Me)
  20. Fucked Up - Life In Paper (from the albumĀ David Comes To Life)
Just push play, and enjoy! It's No Borders No Race: The Best of 2011!

The Boston Bastard Brigade kindly encourages you to support these artists, and buy their songs/album. You can find the majority of these releases on JapanFiles, CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands' official websites and (in some cases) at your local record stores.

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The J-POP king of America, Evan has been bringing the hottest sounds of the Land of the Rising Sun to the English-speaking public since his college radio days. He's also an expert in the gaming, anime, & manga realms, never afraid to get critical when the times call for it. Born & bred in Boston, he achieved his biggest dream yet by making the big move to Tokyo, Japan in Summer 2023! For personal inquiries, contact Evan at evan@b3crew.com. For press/band inquiries, write to us at thebastards@bostonbastardbrigade.com. (Drawing by AFLM of Wicked Anime)