Arcade Fire On Top Of Battle For Album Of Decade

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The Arcade Fire’s “Funeral” is currently the choice of Uncut’s online readers as Album Of The Noughties. However, you can still make a difference to the vote.

Simply visit our special What Is The Album Of The Decade? You Decide! feature and cast your votes out of ten for each of our selected albums as they appear.

There are 150 albums to mark out of ten: the same 150, of course, that figured in Uncut’s recent office rundown of the best of the Noughties. That chart was topped by The White Stripes’ “White Blood Cells” – currently eighth in your poll.

To see our full Top 150, click here.

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