mardi 23 décembre 2008

Top 75 'Chansons 2008'


Après les Eps, 7" et autres compilations, il est temps de passer au top "chansons" de l'année. Comme l'an passé, et vu que j'ai écumé beaucoup de sillons cette année, j'ai choisi de présenter un top 75. Car si je n'ai pas été touché (loin de là) par tous les disques que j'ai écouté, beaucoup contenaient de petites merveilles.
Le meilleur exemple est l'album de Dancing Mice, groupe écossais de son état, qui aura sorti un 'Eroded' d'un ennui sans nom... mais qui débute par une merveille de revival songs et qui rend un hommage aux 80s assez magistral, comme rarement entendu ces derniers temps d'ailleurs, It's Abnormal.

Le top 20 (hormis les trois premiers) est presque totalement interchangeable, suivant l'humeur. Et au final donc, un classement des 75 chansons qui m'auront fait vibrer, danser, pleurer, frissonner, voire bien plus, en 2008
Un top 75, en écoute comme à chaque fois au bas de ce papier, cette fois en un seul et même lecteur en un lecteur et quelques vidéos youtube.

Demain, Top Albums-1ère partie.


75. James – Bubbles [Mercury]
74. Lightspeed Champion – Dry Lips [Domino]
73. Late of The Pier – Focker [Parlophone]
72. Feeder – Miss You [Echo]
71. The Automatic – Steve McQueen [B-Unique]
70. Metronomy – The End Of You Too [Because Music]
69. Melpo Mene – Hit The Boys [Imperial]
68. Human Highway – Moody Motorcycle [Secret City]
67. Earlimart – Town Where You Belong
66. The Black Keys – Psychotic Girl [Nonesuch]

65. Sebastien Tellier – Divine [Discograph]
64. The Young Republic – Girl From The Northern States [End Of The Road]
63. Destroyer – Foam Hands [Merge]
62. The Gutter Twins – God's Children [Sub Pop]
61. Estelle (feat. Kanye West) – American Boy
60. The Decemberists – Valerie Plame [Rough Trade]
59. Gregory And The Hawk – Stone Wall Stone Fence [Fat Cat]
58. A Weather – Spiders, Snakes [Team Love]
57. The Twillight Sad – Cold days from the birdhouse [Fat Cat]
56. Air France – Collapsing outside your doorstep [Sincerely Yours]

55. The Tallest Man on Earth – Honey Won't You Let Me In
54. Piano Magic – Vacancies [Make Music Mine]
53. The Helio Sequence – Broken Afternoon [Sub Pop]
52. The Futureheads – The Beginning of The Twist [Null]
51. The Last Shadow Puppets – Separate And Ever Deadly [Domino]
50. British Sea Power – Lights out for darker skies [Rough Trade]
49. Envelopes – Party [Brille]
48. The Rolling Stones – You Can't Always Get What You Want (Soulwax Remix) [ABKCO]
47. Bon Iver – For Emma [Jagjaguwar]
46. The Black Kids – I Wanna Be Your Limousine [Almost Gold]

45. The Wedding Present – I lost the monkey [Talitres]
44. BoB – Lonely People [Grand Hustle]
43. Eugene Mcguinness – Moscow State Circus [Domino]
42. Jenny Lewis – Sing a Song For Them [Rough Trade]
41. Born Ruffians – I Need a Life (Four Tet Remix) [Warp]
40. datA – Rapture [Ekleroshock]
39. Guernica – Conscientiously Escaping The Chains Of Western Civilization I Am What You Could Call A Postmodern Houdini [Vlas Vegas]
38. Santogold – L.E.S Artistes [Downtown]
37. Broken Records – Lies [Distiller]
36. Port O'Brien – Fisherman's son [City Slang]

35. Sufjan Stevens – Joy to The World [-]
34. The Kills – Black Balloon [Domino]
33. Iron & Wine – Arms of a thief [Transgressive]
32. Ladytron – Runaway [Nettwerk]
31. Adem – Oh My Lover [Domino]
30. Morley – Call On Me [Polydor]
29. The Notwist – Boneless (Panda Bear Remix) [City Slang]
28. Justice – Phantom II (live) [Ed Banger]
27. Noah and The Whale – Peaceful, The World Lays Me Down [Cherrytree]
26. Fleet Foxes – Your Protector [Sub Pop]

25. Pivot – O Soundtrack My Heart [Warp]
24. Sons & Daughters – Killer (Adamski cover) [Domino]
23. The Magnetic Fields – California Girls [Nonesuch]
22. Cornflakes Heroes – Is Mother Right? [Greed Recordings]
21. Oasis – The Shock of The Lightning [Big Brother]
20. Nada Surf – See These Bones [Barsuk]
19. The Sleeping Years – Dressed For Rain [Talitres]
18. Styrofoam – My Next Mistake (feat. Jim Adkins) [Nettwerk]
17. Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip – Letter From God To Man [Sunday Best]
16. Ladyhawke – Magic [Modular]

15. Alain Bashung – Tant de Nuits [Barclay]
14. Hot Chip – Ready For The Floor [DFA]
13. Coldplay – Viva La Vida [Parlophone]
12. Duke Spirit – Send a Little Love Token [You Are Here]
11. Parenthetical Girls – Windmills Of Your Mind (Michel Legrand cover) [Tomlab]
10. Kiko – Slave of My Mind [Different]
09. Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band – BlindBlindBlind [Constellation]
08. Tv On The Radio – Lover's Day [4AD]
07. Wolf Parade – Kissing The Beehive [Sub Pop]

06. MGMT – Kids (Soulwax Remix) [Columbia]
05. Okkervil River – Lost Coastlines [Jagjauwar]
04. Malcolm Middleton – Love Comes In Waves [Full-Time Hobby]
03. Dancing Mice – It's Abnormal [Squeak Audio]
02. Cloud Cult – No One Said It Would Be Easy [Rebel Group]
01. MGMT – Time to Pretend [Columbia]





















Sept titres sont introuvables sur Spotify. Mais ils sont en écoute ci-dessous :

12. Duke Spirit – Send a Little Love Token



29. The Notwist – Boneless (Panda Bear Remix)
 




36. Port O'Brien – Fisherman's son
 


37. Broken Records – Lies
 



44. BoB – Lonely People




48. The Rolling Stones – You Can't Always Get What You Want (Soulwax Remix)
 


64. The Young Republic – Girl From The Northern States
 
 

22 commentaires:

Guillemette a dit…

Time to pretend, c'est définitivement ma chanson de l'année aussi !

Il faudra que je fasse un classement des meilleures chansons découvertes en 2008 grâce a Twist ;o)

Alhya a dit…

ouéch les goupies!!! Bon 75, en fait, c'est juste ce qu'il faut, je dois bien l'admettre...tout ça me donne une furieuse envie de parcourir quelques kilomètres tiens, pour pouvoir écouter cette sublime playlist... mais où pourrais je bien aller?

mbfcs2 a dit…

Arf, faudrait que je m'y mette aussi, que c'est difficile comme exercice ! En plus t'as fait le choix de ne pas choisir que des singles, ce qui rend la liste encore plus compliquée, et je parle même pas du phénomène "ah mais je l'ai oublié lui".

Y a quand même quelques titres que je suis étonné de pas voir, et puis une sacrée fournée dont j'ai jamais entendu parler (et j'avais mis le Hot Chip dans mon classement de 2007, mais bon comme c'est un titre qui tue je t'en veux pas de le considérer de cette année). Mais pour ce que je connais de cette liste, le reste peut forcément pas être mauvais.

(ah oui et Deezer qui zappe la chanson en plein milieu, y a pas que chez toi et c'est vraiment pas agréable)

A ton avis connard? a dit…

Cloud cult derriere MGMT... à l'image de Messi derriere Ronaldo.
Il était dit qu'en cette année 2008, les vrais genies seraient relégués au rang de second, au profit des succés commerciaux.
Encore une triste victoire du capitalisme.

-Twist- a dit…

@ mbfcs2: Le hot chip est de 2007? Il était sorti en single avant l'album? Auquel cas, mes confuses, faut que je change. :p

@ WTF: Ouais, Cloud Cult derriere MGMT. Le MGMT est immense. Dans une autre époque, il devenait un hit inter-générationnel. Après, forcément, tu l'as écouté 1487 fois à la radio et c'est ta sonnerie de téléphone portable. Donc bon...

@ Guillemette: Tu vois Gurney tu dis rien que des conneries!

@ Alhya: Un endroit dans les terres. Bien caché du vent. Et des embruns surtout.

le roi fou a dit…

Je ne connais pas la moitié du quart des chansons du classement. o_O

J'ai du boulot quoi. Et il faudra vraiment que je me plonge plus avant dans l'album de MGMT.

Et sinon Twist ça fait quoi d'être le bloggeur de la victoire du capitalisme musical? :p

-Twist- a dit…

C'est à dire? :D

mbfcs2 a dit…

Hum, le Hot Chip est mentionné sur Wikipedia comme sorti en 2008, mais comme je l'ai dans mes classements de 2007, je doute avoir eu un don !
L'album est de 2008 c'est certain, et j'ai "bloggué" le clip le 15 décembre 2007 (on dirait un communiqué OLWeb), clip que j'avais donc vu à la télé. De là à connaître la date exacte... Ça dépend si tu prends la date de sortie single, album, clip, prod, pré-prod, pré-enregistrement, imagination dans la tête de Taylor...

mbfcs2 a dit…

(remplace-le par One Pure Thought, ça marche et ça me fera plaisir)

(ça va, j'ai le droit d'essayer)

Vince a dit…

J'intervertirais juste Kids et Time To Pretend. Je trouve Kids bien mieux. Et sinon, Lost Coastlines, comment ne pourrait-il pas faire partie du top 5 en effet...

le roi fou a dit…

Eh bien c'est à dire que d'après "A ton avis connard" (pas la moitié d'un pseudo au passage), en exprimant ta préférence toute personnelle envers MGMT entre ceux-ci et Cloud Cult, tu présentais de par tes goûts une "triste" victoire du capitalisme.
Genre esclave du marché, des diktats de la vente, toussa.
Ce qui est 'achement clair quand on voit les groupes dont tu parle en règle générale. :o)

Reste ma question demeure.
Alors?
Ému? Fâché? Fier? Rien-à-foutre?
:p

-Twist- a dit…

Je suis ni ému ni faché vu que je connais bien l'uluberlu qui a posté ce message. Et qui a, je le répète, depuis 8 mois, Time to Pretend en sonnerie de téléphone portable... :))

Erwan a dit…

MGMT – Time to Pretend pire chanson de l'année... avec Viva la Vida évidemment!!!
(merde je suis pas trop dans l'esprit de Noël là non?)

-Twist- a dit…

Faut pas écouter la radio: moi je m'en suis pas lassé hein! :)

(bon après, ça se trouve, tu as trouvé ça extrêmement mauvais dès la première écoute. Auquel cas, mes confuses).

Erwan a dit…

J'écoute pas la radio. Donc oui, j'ai trouvé ça mauvais dès la première écoute!

-Twist- a dit…

M'enfin Erwan, comment as-tu pu résister? :smiley-qui-se-met-à-chougner:

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