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Sturgill Simpson Sound & Fury

Sturgill Simpson just released his latest album Sound & Fury, on which he continues to blend country with psychedelic influences and push the boundaries of music. Both Jim and Greg are enthusiastic about Simpson's fourth album, and can't get enough of the dramatic sonic elements like cranking the guitar way up and the Can-like instrumentals. The lyrics are also important, as Simpson shares his experience of clashing with the country music industry and more universal themes like the environment and today's political climate. Greg thinks that it would wrong if critics left this album off their“best of year”lists at the end of 2019.

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lists

The Best Albums of 2019

After listening to dozens and dozens of new albums in 2019, Jim and Greg share some of their favorites. They also hear from some of their producers and listeners.

Go to episode 733

The Best Albums of 2014

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mixtapes

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Before 2019 gets too far back in our rearview mirror, Greg tackles the timeless art of making a mixtape. His annual mixtape features songs from the past twelve months, and Greg notes that they serve as audio diaries to help him remember the year.

  1. Sneaks, "And We're Off"
  2. The Comet Is Coming, "Summon the Fire"
  3. Fontaines D.C., "Boys in the Better Land"
  4. Bob Mould, "I Fought"
  5. Pist Idiots, "Motor Runnin"
  6. Kills Birds, "Volcano"
  7. Mini Meltdowns, "I Wanna Die"
  8. Pip Blom, "Daddy Issues"
  9. Control Top, "Chain Reaction"
  10. Cherry Glazerr, "Wasted Nun"
  11. Motorcade, "Oblivion"
  12. Automatic, "Highway"
  13. Chaka Khan, "Too Hot"
  14. Michael Kiwanuka, "I've Been Dazed"
  15. Lana Del Rey, "Mariners Apartment Complex"
  16. Sharon Van Etten, "Seventeen"
  17. Sturgill Simpson, "Last Man Standing"
  18. Raphael Saadiq, "Rikers Island"
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