Vote: Song, by Toad Readers’ Top Five Albums of the Year

064A_3Vote for your top five Songs of the Year here.

Well well well, it’s that time of year again, and List Season is once again upon us. For those of us who run record labels this is pretty much just a time to fume about your releases being omitted from lists or, alternatively, fume that when included it is only at number 36, behind the sort of shit you’d be disappointed to find Chris Moyles listening to.

Anyhow, in between Christmas and New Year I shall be sorting out my own lists, but in the meantime, the ones which really matter – the Song, by Toad Readers’ Top Five Songs and Albums of the Year.

It’s simple, really.  You vote by commenting below, with your top five albums of the year, in no particular order, and the albums with the most votes will be in the final top five. I’ll keep a running tally, so we know roughly who is ahead, and I think I’ll leave voting open until Boxing Day, so people get the chance to think it over.

Oh, and I nearly forgot to add this, but here are last year’s results:
1. King Creosote & Jon Hopkins-Diamond Mine
=2. Rob St. John – Weald
=2. Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat – Everything’s Getting Older
=4. FOUND – Factorycraft
=4. Josh T. Pearson – Last of the Country Gentlemen

So there we go – vote away, folks…