Tom Moon And Heather Browne's Best Of 2008


Author and NPR music critic Tom Moon (1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die) and music blogger Heather Browne joined the World Café to share their picks for the best albums of 2008.

Tom Moon's Best Albums Of 2008

  • The Roots- Rising Down
  • TV on the Radio- Dear Science
  • Radiohead- In Rainbows
  • Juana Molina- Un Dia
  • Santogold- Santogold
  • Bon Iver- For Emma, Forever Ago
  • My Morning Jacket- Evil Urges
  • The Gaslight Anthem- The '59 Sound
  • Fleet Foxes- Fleet Foxes
  • The Mars Volta- Bedlam in Goliath

Heather Browne's Best Albums Of 2008

  • Nada Surf- Lucky
  • Frightened Rabbit- Midnight Organ Fight
  • Bon Iver- For Emma, Forever Ago
  • The Hold Steady- Stay Positive
  • The Gaslight Anthem- The '59 Sound
  • Delta Spirit- Ode To Sunshine
  • Centro-Matic/South San Gabriel, Dual Hawks
  • Neil Halstead- Oh! Mighty Engine
  • Everything Absent or Distorted- The Great Collapse
  • Little Joy- Little Joy
  • Favorite EPs:
  • The Avett Brothers- Second Gleam
  • Samantha Crain & The Midnight Shivers- Confiscation
  • Honorary Mention:
  • Radiohead- In Rainbows (physical release)



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