Top Ten Music Releases of 2007 (update: videos)

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Amy Winehouse spent the year trying to live up to the image of “Rehab.” Ring tones bleeped “Soljah Boy.” Emo continued to combine the musicianship of Blink 182 with the poetry of Journey. Avril Lavigne became a Japanese comic book. Nine Inch Nails sent fans on a scavenger hunt. Justice made us dance. American Idol stayed popular for some reason. Radiohead let you download their album. Madonna ditched record labels. Record labels sued fans. Fans stopped buying Cds. Cd stores went out of business. Britney Spears spent the year trying to live up to the image of “Rehab.” What a year.

Celebitchy author Mike’s top ten music for 2007 in absolutely no order

music_amywinehouse.jpgAmy Winehouse: Back to Black


Amy Winehouse – You Know I’m No Good:

music_common.jpgCommon – Finding Forever


Common – I Want You

music_nin.jpgNine Inch Nails – Year Zero


Nine Inch Nails – Survivalism

music_youssou.jpgYoussou N’Dour – Rokku Mi Rokka


Youssou N’Dour – Africa Calling Live

music_kanye.jpgKanye West – Graduation


Kanye West – Stronger

music_justice.jpgJustice – Cross


Justice – D.A.N.C.E

music_djrekha.jpgDJ Rekha – Basement Bhangra


No music video available, but here’s a promo for Dj Rehka’s new album, and here’s a link to DJ Rehka’s MySpace

music_markfarina.jpgMark Farina – Live in Tokyo


Mark Farina – a remix of Blue Boy – “Remember Me” from Mushroom Jazz Vol. 1, (not from mentioned album)
music_lupefiasco.jpgLupe Fiasco – The Cool


Lupe Fiasco – Superstar (from his MySpace)

music_timbaland.jpgTimbaland – Timbaland Presents Shock Value


Timbaland – The Way I Are

Guns n’ Roses – Chinese Democracy (honorable mention)

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