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Music, Year in Review 2016

Year in Review: The Best Albums of 2016

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Chloe Thomson 
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Album: I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful, yet so unaware of it
Artist: The 1975
Label: Dirty Hit/Interscope 
Released: February 26

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The 1975’s second full length album is a 17-song masterpiece incorporating new themes and beats while still keeping their 80s vibe electronic old sound.

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Album: Double Dare
Artist: Waterparks
Label: Equal Vision
Released: November 4

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After spending their summer on the Vans warped tour, Waterparks released a full-length featuring a variety of genres and further establishing their sound.

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Album: Stories For Monday
Artist: The Summer Set
Label: Fearless Records
Released: April 1

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The Summer Set came out with another full length album featuring pop beats with more mature sounds.

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Album: Death of a Bachelor
Artist: Panic! at the Disco
Label: Fueled by Ramen
Released: January 15 

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Highly anticipated album by Panic At The Disco, many catchy songs that are good to sing along to.

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Album: Youth Authority
Artist: Good Charlotte
Label: MDDN
Released: July 15

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After a five-year break, Good Charlotte released their highly anticipated comeback album, Youth Authority, and while their sound has definitely matured, you’ll love these new songs even if you haven’t listened to them since high school.

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One thought on “Year in Review: The Best Albums of 2016

  1. I like it very much

    Posted by Ricky ortiz | December 3, 2016, 2:06 am

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