Pitchfork has put up their annual list of their 100 best tracks from this year's releases, and there's hardly a dud in the bunch. Go, listen to twenty or so at a time (when you have some quiet time - I recommend nighttime), discover some new types of music and commune a little with yourself.
(I'm a Pitchfork fan, but even the site's haters might find its yearend wrap-ups redeeming its occasionally obnoxious coverage.)
"The 100 Best Tracks of 2008"
(Hint for those wanting to download the streamed tracks: Follow the blog posts after searching for the track on the Hype Machine)
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