Week Three of No Borders No Race's tenth anniversary celebration continues, as King Baby Duck showcases #60-41 of the best albums of the last ten years! From Bostonian Celtic punks sounds and Swedish electronica to British garage rock and Japanese metalcore, there is more variety here than in just about most best-of lists combined!
Ready for the next wave of awesomeness? Then click play and experience No Borders No Race's 10th Anniversary: The Top 100 Albums of 2006-2015 [Part Three]!
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):
- Flobots - Same Thing (from the album Fight With Tools)
- Teddybears (feat. Redfox) - Get Fresh With You (from the album Devil's Music)
- Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Moonland (from the album Dig!!! Lazarus!!! Dig!!!)
- Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra - Punch'n' Sway (from the album Perfect Future)
- Dropkick Murphys - Sunday Hardcore Matinee (from the album Going Out In Style)
- Dr. Dog - My Old Ways (from the album We All Belong)
- Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait (from the album Babel)
- noodles - Grease (from the album Metropolis)
- Motörhead - Thunder & Lightning (from the album Bad Magic)
- Foo Fighters - Dear Rosemary (from the album Wasting Light)
- The Spunks - Russian Roulette (from the album Yellow Fever Blues)
- The Strokes - You Only Live Once (from the album First Impressions of Earth)
- Ayumi Hamasaki - It was (from the album Secret)
- Arctic Monkeys - Crying Lightning (from the album Humbug)
- PUFFY - Ain't Gonna Cut It (from the album honeycreeper)
- TsuShiMaMiRe - Sky High (from the album Giving Blood)
- SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH - Rock a Nova (from the album Shock on the Piano) [out of print]
- Flogging Molly - Paddy's Lament (from the album Float)
- Maximum the Hormone - What's up, people?! (from the album Bu-ikikaesu)
- Sleater-Kinney - Bury Our Friends (from the album No Cities To Love)