Mike McColgan (Street Dogs) – 10 best albums of 2010

Well, another year is drawing to a close. People are gearing up for the holidays and it’s almost time for us to start creating our New Year’s resolution lists. But before we begin looking to the future, let’s employ a different kind of list to help us appreciate the past. You know what I’m talking about. Yep, a Top Ten list! Each day for the next couple weeks I’m going to publish a different Top 10 albums of 2010 list for you to praise, completely disagree with, or just outright ignore.

Today’s list comes from Mike McColgan, frontman for one of Boston’s hardest working, blue collar punk bands, Street Dogs. Check out his picks for the 10 Best Albums of 2010 right here.

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10. Alkaline Trio – This Addiction

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9. Spoon-Transference

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8. Arcade Fire-The Suburbs

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7. Off!-The First Four EP’S

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6. Teenage Bottlerocket – Skate Or Die

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5. Fake Problems-Real Ghosts Caught On Tape

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4. Bad Religion-The Dissent Of Man

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3. Off With Their Heads-In Desolation

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2. The Gaslight Anthem-American Slang

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1. Mumford And Sons-Sigh No More


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One Comment

  1. poisonedfate
    Jeremy Stacks12/23/2010 9:47 AM | Permalink

    I’m surprised that Black Thorn by Flatfoot 56 wasn’t on this list.

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