2004

Albums Of The Year

Tracks Of The Year

1
The Libertines
Can’t Stand Me Now
2Frans Ferdinand
Take Me Out
2The Streets
Dry Your Eyes
3Jay-Z
99 Problems
4The Killers
Mr Brightside
5Scissor Sisters
Take Your Mama
6Eminem
Mosh
7Razorlight
Golden Touch
8Britney Spears
Toxic
9Bloc Party
Little Thoughts
  1. Kaiser Chiefs – I Predict A Riot
  2. Graham Coxon – Freakin’ Out
  3. The Futureheads – Hounds Of Love
  4. Johnny Boy – You Are The Generation….
  5. Modest Mouse – Float On
  6. Morrissey – First Of The Gang To Die
  7. Interpol – Evil
  8. Wolfman Ft. Pete Doherty – For Lovers
  9. The Strokes – Reptilia
  10. Art Brut – Formed A Band
  11. Kanye West – Jesus Walks
  12. Snow Patrol – Run
  13. Kelis – Milkshake
  14. Beastie Boys – Ch-Check It Out
  15. TV On The Radio – Staring At The Sun
  16. Keane – Somewhere Only We Know
  17. Belle & Sebastian – I’m A Cuckoo
  18. Dizzee Rascal – Stand Up Tall
  19. Kings Of Leon – The Bucket
  20. The Concretes – You Can’t Hurry Love
  1. The Dears – We Can’t Have It
  2. Kelis – Trick Me
  3. Engineers – A Given Right
  4. The Killers – Somebody Told Me
  5. Bloc Party – She’s Hearing Voices
  6. The Von Bondies – C’mon C’mon
  7. The Futureheads – Decent Days And Nights
  8. LCD Soundsystem – Movement
  9. Muse – Butterflies & Hurricanes
  10. Bloc Party – Banquet
  11. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – There She Goes, My Beautiful World
  12. Morrissey – Irish Blood, English Heart
  13. Basement Jaxx – Good Luck
  14. Franz Ferdinand – Michael
  15. Babyshambles – The Man Who Came To Stay
  16. Dios – Starting Five
  17. The Streets – Fit But You Know It
  18. Pixies – Bam Thwok
  19. Goldie Lookin Chain – Your Mothers Got A Penis
  20. Delays – Long Time Coming
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