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Eric’s Top 10 Albums of 2010

By Eric | December 31, 2010 1:37 pm

Just quick and dirty. I found that a lot of the stuff I listened to this year wasn’t necessarily released this year. In alphabetical order, because I can’t be bothered to rank ’em. Enjoy!

10 Years – Feeding The Wolves – Quickly becoming one of my favorite rock bands, these guys made their third album a nice combo of the first two.
Alter Bridge – AB III – A great complete rock album, not necessarily as heavy as the other two, but “Isolation” rips.
Deftones – Diamond Eyes – Equal parts fury and calm, the Deftones keep putting out great albums.
The Doyle Brothers – Two Bros, One Box – Two of Buffalo’s finest put a nice spin on some classic tunes.
Filter – Trouble With Angels – Filter’s still kicking around, and this one was the best they’ve done in quite awhile.
His Name Was Yesterday – His Name Was Yesterday – A late entry, but growing on me with every listen. Will definitely get listened to a lot in 2011.
Kingdom of Sorrow – Behind The Blackest Tears – Jamey Jasta and Kirk Windstein sound like an unlikely pair, but this works, even more so than the first one.
Sevendust – Cold Day Memory – Can you tell Clint’s back (and back writing)? Easily their best since Seasons (although Alpha comes close).
Sixpin – 15/Vegas – “Make You” and “Take Me Down” oughta be on the radio already, but the “Pokerface” cover takes the cake.
Slash – Slash – Many more hits than misses, even with a different singer on each track. He even makes Fergie sound good.

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