Awards: foreign album of the Year

See also: Awards: Danish album of the Year the Outsider will everything. And can everything. After the cosmic beauty and dizzying song cycle threw the Kentu

Awards: foreign album of the Year

See also: Awards: Danish album of the Year the Outsider will everything. And can everything. After the cosmic beauty and dizzying song cycle threw the Kentu

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 December 2019 Sunday 10:00
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Awards: foreign album of the Year

See also: Awards: Danish album of the Year

the Outsider will everything. And can everything.

After the cosmic beauty and dizzying song cycle threw the Kentucky countrybastard themselves raging over svulstigt tonsende rock’n’roll.

Snarling, the songs on helplessness over ambient spiritual decay. An irresistible, roaring beast.

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the Scathing concert recording from metallegendernes afskedsturné. On home turf proved the california institution, that it closes too early. Projecting power.

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the Tornado from Texas blew the rock’n’roll over. Breathless boogie, who gave the bruising and heart palpitations. Riveting.

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Marvelous Kurt Wagner on the charm offensive. The future of the country now.

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Jack White's most musical release ever. Long-lasting.

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the Motion of parting with gravkammerrøsten. A champion to the very last.

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Futuristic raptrio in the nightmarish killing spree. Sophisticated and obsessive.

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album of the Year - what it looks like 1 of 21 Sturgill Simpson: ’Sound & Fury’ (Elektra) 2 of 21 Slayer: ’The Repentless Killogy’ (Live at the Forum in Inglewood) (Nuclear Blast) 3 of 21 White Denim: ’Side Effects’ (City Slang) 4 of 21 Lambchop: ’This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You)’ (City Slang) 5 of 21 The Raconteurs: ’Help Us Stranger’ (Third Man) 6 of 21 Leonard Cohen: ’Thanks for the Dance’ (Columbia) 7 of 21 Clipping: ’There Existed an Addiction to Blood’ (Sub Pop) 8 of 21 Royal Trux: ’White Stuff’ (Fat Possum) 9 of 21 Steve Earle & The Dukes: ’Guy’ (New West) 10 of 21 the High Command: ’Beyond the Wall of Desolation’ (Southern Lord) 11 of 21 The Mavericks: ’Play the Hits’ (Mono Mundo) 12 of 21 Robert Forster: ’Inferno’ (Tapete) 13 of 21 !!!: ’Wallop’ (Warp) 14 of 21 Bonnie ’Prince’ Billy: ’I Made a Place’ (Domino) 15 of the 21 Tedeschi Trucks Band: ’Signs’ (Fantasy) 16 of 21 Mercury Rev: ’Bobbie Gentry The Delta Sweete Revisited’ (Bella Union) 17 of 21 Stray Cats: ’40’ (Surfdog) 18 of 21 Walter Trout: ’Survivor Blues’ (Provogue) 19 of 21 The Good Ones: ’Rwanda, You Should Be Loved’ (Anti) 20 of 21 Bill Callahan: ’Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest’ (Drag City) 21 of 21 Madonna: ‘Madame X’ (Interscope)
8. Royal Trux: ’White Stuff’ (Fat Possum)
Restored the duo saved the rock’n’roll again. And fell again from each other.

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Countrykæmpen paid tribute to deceased mentor. Strong songs were strongly delivered.

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Slayer stretched arms, and the replacements went to the frontal attack. The crushing debut.

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Popdronningen abdicated conclusively with aimlessly touch. Majestætsfornærmende.

Madonna's 14. the album was both an artistic and commercial kæmpeflop. Photo: Beretta/Sims/REX/Shutterstock

Past winners

10 superkoncerter

- Train, Aarhus, 2. February

- DR Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, 27. February

- Jazzhus Montmartre, Copenhagen, denmark, 10. may

- NorthSide, Aarhus, 7. June

- Copenhell, Copenhagen, 21. June

- Tinderbox, Odense, denmark, 29. June

- Roskilde Festival, 5. July

- the Tønder Festival, 24. august

- the Tønder Festival, 25. august

- The Grey Hall, Copenhagen, denmark, 10. september

Updated: 01.12.2019 10:00
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