Wednesday, December 5, 2007

2007 - The 7 Inch Highlights


As we face into the last couple of weeks of the year, I thought that I'd share my favourite purchases throughout the year with you. When compiling this I realised that I've bought an awful lot of seven inch vinyl this year, a few hundred in fact. Anyhow here are my personal highlights in alphabetical order so as not to be interpreted as any kind of chart thingy. I'll get around to making a podcast of my absolute favourites over the next few days. In the meantime here's something to chew on.

1234 – Feist (Polydor)
23 – Blonde Redhead (4AD)
About Your Dress – The Maccabees (Polydor)
Been There All The Time - Dinosaur Jr (PIAS Recordings)
Beep Beep, I Love You – Malcolm Middleton (Full Time Hobby)
Beggin’ (Pilooski Re-Edit) – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (679 Recordings)
Body Baby – Phaoroahe Monch (Island Records)
Calm Down Dearest – Jamie T (Virgin Records)
Crumble – Dinosaur Jr (PIAS Recordings)
Doing it Right – The Go Team (Memphis Industries Ltd)
Electric Worm – The Beastie Boys (Capitol Records)
Floating – Jape (Marine Parade Music)
Foundations – Kate Nash (Polydor)
Gum – Cornelius (Korova Records)
Hey Son – Nancy Elizabeth (Leaf)
I believe – Simian Mobile Disco (Wichita Recordings)
Jake Summers – Fight Like Apes (Cool for Cats Recordings)
Lets Make Love & Listen to Death From Above – CSS (Sub Pop Records)
Listen Up – The Gossip (Back Yard Recordings)
Listening Man – The Bees (Virgin Records)
Mammoth – Interpol (Capitol Records)
Marina Gasolina – Bonde Do Role (Domino Recording)
Night of the Vampire – The Moontrekkers (Castle Music)
Nights Temper EP – UNKLE (Surrender All)
North American Scum – LCD Soundsystem (DFA Records)
Notorious – Turbulence (XL Recordings)
October Fires – Wolf People (Battered Ornaments)
Off The Hook – CSS (Sub Pop)
One Kiss Don’t Make A Summer – Lucky Soul (Ruffa Lane Records)
Opel Hair – The Laughing Windows (Battered Ornaments)
Radio Riot – Tiny Masters of Today (Mute Records)
Revival – Soulsavers (V2 Records)
Robot Man – The Aliens (Pet Rock Records)
Solta O Frango – Bonde Do Role (Domino Recording)
Sometimes – Beneath Fire & Smoke (Battered Ornaments)
Take Pills – Panda Bear (Paw Tracks)
Tears Dry On Their Own – Amy Winehouse (Island Records)
The Beat that My Heart Skips – Dan Le Sac & Scroobius Pip (Lex Records)
Thou Shalt Always Kill - Dan Le Sac & Scroobius Pip (Lex Records)
Tron Song – Elmore Judd (Honest Jons)
Uh – Fujiya & Miyagi (Regal)
Whip It – Globo (Hydrogen Dukebox)
Worst Luck – Kid Acne (Lex Records)
You! Me! Dancing! – Los Campesinos (Wichita Recordings)

14 comments:

red said...

Very nice list. I'm going to trust your judgement on the stuff I don't know and get busy tracking them down.
Nice blog too, by the by.

Matt Vinyl said...

You'll find an awful lot of the tunes on the podcasts to the right of the page. And thanks!

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mp3hugger said...

I never knew you knew Crescenet? Great for the auld in-depth comments.

econgirl said...

Nice list dude! Love that Blonde Redhead song, made me dig out the album again for a spin (I say that like it was released years rather than months ago!)

National Disgrace said...

Dig the Pilooski stuff.. Did you catch in Solas a couple of months ago?

Matt Vinyl said...

Cres - Good man yerself!

Kev - Don't know what the fuck that's all about! Full of chat so he is!

Econ - I don't really like lists or charts. I think I've mentioned before that I've about two hundred tunes in my top ten records. My top tens are tardis like.

National - Missed the fuckers, these pesky kids of mine, so demanding, they expect you to feed, shelter and love them. No Solas action as a result.

I Prefer The Obscure Remix said...

A fine selection indeed Matt. Many thanks, some real gems in there. Big shout to Panda Bear and LC! Some stuff I missed, must hunt 'em down.
I can't figure out how to link any more. I'm clearly a technophobe. You're a man in the know, those ION turntables with the usb connection that are always advertised in the Guardian/Observer, any use?

Matt Vinyl said...

IPTOR - I left a post on your blog about the turntables, I couldn't get into this one in work. rafters.

Pedro said...

Notorious – Turbulence, one of the best songs of the past year. Fucking dirty bass-heavy track...it's the shit.

Pedro said...

Dude, get Dave & Julie to order the Ter Haar 10" for you from Sinnbus. You wont regret it Matt. It is so fucking good.

Matt Vinyl said...

Pedro - Cheers for the heads up. I'll get them on the case.

Cillian said...

Matt, many thanks for the wise words, my response is over at the blog, damn Firewalls!!

I Prefer The Obscure Remix said...

And now I just used my name, I'm losing it today! Matt,response to the ION answer is back over at my blog. Cheers mate.