No Borders No Race: The Top Twenty Albums of 2015 (Part Two)
The thrilling conclusion to King Baby Duck's annual Top Twenty Albums list has arrived! Who will take the crown this year? Will it be one of Japan's finest punk bands? Maybe it'll go to some true rock 'n' roll icons whose frontman we sadly lost at the end of the year. Perhaps it'll be stolen by an electronica artist reaching heights not seen since Daft Punk first popped up? Or could it be one of the many folks musicians who've made a career of bringing back a style of Americana thought lost during the early-20th century? Plus hear from Phil the Issues Guy and Andrew Fleming of Wicked Anime as they share their picks for best album of 2015!
The wait is over! Here's No Borders No Race: The Top Twenty Albums of 2015 (Part Two)!
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 CDJapan.co.jp, Amazon.com, iTunes, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.
PLAYLIST (HIGHLIGHT TO REVEAL):
- The Decemberists - Philomena (from the album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World)
- TsuShiMaMiRe - Fantastic Adventureland (from the album Abandon Human)
- Brandon Flowers - Dreams Come True (from the album The Desired Effect)
- THE CHERRY COKE$ - Good Luck Johnny (from the album The Cherry Coke$)
- Skinny Lister - Six Whiskies (from the album Down on Deptford Broadway)
- Galantis - Peanut Butter Jelly (from the album Pharmacy)
- Stance Punks - I Am Nippon (from the album P.I.N.S)
- Motörhead - Choking On Your Screams (from the album Bad Magic)
- Sleater-Kinney - Fangless (from the album No Cities To Love)
- Titus Andronicus - Fired Up (from the album The Most Lamentable Tragedy)
- Ennio Morricone - Overture (from The Hateful Eight soundtrack) [Best Film Soundtrack of 2015]