Top Tunes 2004
Better late than never, here’s the track listing to my annual compilation, this year cleverly titled as ‘The Best Songs I Bought In 2004 Ever’.
If you’d like a copy of the CD all you need to do is send me a CD comprising the best songs you bought last year. So if you want to do a swap, give me a shout to exchange address details.
The Best Songs I Bought In 2004 Ever
- Michael by Franz Ferdinand from the album Franz Ferdinand
- Two Way Monologue by Sondre Lerche from the Word of Mouth compilation
- My Dog Was Lost But Now He’s Found by Fiery Furnaces from the album Blueberry Boat
- First Of The Gang To Die by Morrisey from the You Are The Quarry
- Fight Club by Largo from the Largo EP
- Get Your Crayons Out! by Preston School Of Industry from the album Monsoon
- Somebody Told Me by the Killers from the album Hot Fuss
- Famous Blue Raincoat by the Handsome Family from Comes With A Smile, Vol. 10
- Interstate 5 by the Wedding Present from the single Interstate 5
- The Ballad of The Sin Eater by Ted Leo & the Pharmacists from the album Hearts of Oak
- Fit But You Know It (featuring the Futureheads) by the Streets from the single Fit But You Know It
- Bottom Bunk by Graham Coxon from the album Happiness in Magazines
- Brand New Colony by the Postal Service from the album Give Up
- Crawling With Idiot by Elbow from the album Cast of Thousands
- Hands Away (Peel Session) by Interpol from the Obstacle 1 EP
- Easy Money by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds from the album The Lyre of Orpheus
- The Old Matchbook Trick by Lambchop from the album Is A Woman
See also: Top Tunes 2003.