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TOP 5 2013 ALBUMS BY ARTISTS I LOVE WHOSE ALBUMS I NO LONGER GET ALL THAT EXCITED ABOUT HEARING.

by Alex V. Cook
Music Editor
originally published: December, 2013

I asked my therapist, "Why don't I care about the new National album?"


I asked my therapist, "Why don't I care about the new National album?"

TOP 5 2013 ALBUMS BY ARTISTS I LOVE WHOSE ALBUMS I NO LONGER GET ALL THAT EXCITED ABOUT HEARING.

story by Alex V. Cook
Music Editor
originally published: December, 2013

Yo La Tengo - Fade
The Fall - Re-Mit
My Bloody Valentine - m.b.v.
Shearwater - Fellow Travellers
The National - Trouble Will Find Me

Alex V. Cook
Music Editor

Alex V. Cook listens to everything and writes about most of it. His latest book, the snappily titled Louisiana Saturday Night: Looking for a Good Time in South Louisiana's Juke Joints, Honky-Tonks, and Dance Halls is an odyssey from the backwoods bars and small-town dives to the swampside dance halls and converted clapboard barns of a Louisiana Saturday Night. Don't leave Heathrow without it. His first book Darkness Racket and Twang is available from SideCartel. The full effect can be had at alex v cook.com

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