No Borders No Race's tenth anniversary celebration continues as King Baby Duck counts down #80-61 of the best records of the last ten years! The realms of Japan, Canada, the US, and UK showcase what they're made of here, with some of the best rock, pop, punk, folk, ska, and hip hop of the past decade!

Who will turn up this time around? Find out right here on No Borders No Race's 10th Anniversary: The Top 100 Albums of 2006-2015 [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,, iTunes, the bands' official websites & Bandcamps, and your local record stores.

PLAYLIST (highlight to reveal):

  1. Shonen Knife - P.Y.O. (from the album Free Time)
  2. Gnarls Barkley - Go-Go Gadget Gospel (from the album St. Elsewhere)
  3. The Go! Team - Titanic Vandalism (from the album Proof of Youth)
  4. Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Blue Train (from the album Fanclub)
  5. matt pond PA - Sunlight (from the album Last Light)
  6. Eastern Youth - The Overpowered (from the album 365-Step Blues)
  7. Wavves - Beat Me Up (from the album Afraid of Heights)
  8. GWAR - The Ultimate Bohab (from the album Beyond Hell)
  9. The Rodeo Carburettor - Pissed off (from the album Black Luster Songs) [out of print]
  10. MC Frontalot - Stoop Sale (from the album Solved)
  11. Teriyaki Boyz (feat. Kanye West) - I still love H.E.R. (from the album Serious Japanese)
  12. Savages - Husbands (from the album Silence Yourself)
  13. Dir en grey - RED SOIL (from the album UROBOROS)
  14. Hunter Valentine - Scarface (from the album Lessons From The Late Night)
  15. ORESKABAND - Kawanobori (from the album WAO!!)
  16. GitoGito Hustler - Silent Man (from the album Love & Roll)
  17. Blood Red Shoes - It's Getting Boring By The Sea (from the album Box of Secrets)
  18. Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins - Rise Up with Fists (from the album Rabbit Fur Coat)
  19. chatmonchy - Last Love Letter (from the album Kokuhaku)
  20. Arcade Fire - Empty Room (from the album The Suburbs)

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