The 45th Uncut Playlist Of 2010

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Crawling from the wreckage of the Kanye West business, “Runaway” is still stuck in my head, in spite of this week’s impressive crop.



I daresay you’ll have questions. First, though, a quick plug for our first Club Uncut show of 2011, with the headline guest being the wonderful Hiss Golden Messenger. Feburary 9 at The Slaughtered Lamb in London, and there are more details here. Support comes , incidentally, from the Outshine Family, whose album turned up this week.

1 Various Artists – Califia: The Songs Of Lee Hazlewood (Ace)

2 Earth – Angels Of Darkness Demons Of Light 1 (Southern Lord)

3 Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Mercury)

4 The Drive-By Truckers – Go-Go Boots (PIAS)

5 Eleventh Dream Day – Riot Now (Thrill Jockey)

6 Outshine Family – Galeria De La Luz (Blackmaps)

7 PJ Harvey – Let England Shake (Island)

8 Matt Berry – Witchazel (Acid Jazz)

9 The Dirtbombs – Party Store (In The Red)

10 Six Organs Of Admittance – Asleep On The Flood Plain (Drag City)

11 The Limiñanas – The Limiñanas (Trouble In Mind)

12 Nicky Minaj – Pink Friday (Universal Motown)

13 Sidi Touré & Friends – Sahel Folk (Thrill Jockey)

14 Banjo Or Freakout – Banjo Or Freakout (Memphis Industries)

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