TAS Favorite Albums And Singles Of 2010

Along with mistletoe, mulled wine and overused credit cards, one of the more dependable signs of December is the inevitable discourse on the best albums and singles of the year. The Alternate Side staff has compiled a list of favorites and earworms of 2010, our own personal soundtrack guiding us through the last twelve months.

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending February 28

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists debut on this week's TRL Top 20 album chart, but the top slot is owned by a Spoon-ful of Austin pride. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris has your stats.

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending February 21

New albums and tracks from Broken Bells, Charlotte Gainsbourg and the Shout Out Louds jump onto this week's chart and it has been a three-way struggle for number one over the last few weeks. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris has all of the details.

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending February 7

Cold Cave gives Vampire Weekend the chills, while Hot Chip heats up this week's album chart. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris gives you the Top 20 lowdown.

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending January 31

Vampire Weekend might still be the boy kings of The TAS Top 20 album chart, but watch out - here comes the Spoon men and fresh sounds from Basia Bulat. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris has your weekly chart.

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending January 24

Vampire Weekend takes a bite from the chart while Beach House and The Magnetic Fields make their debut. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris has this week's champs

The TAS Top Twenty Album Chart For The Week Ending January 17

Nearly-released albums from Massive Attack, Yeasayer and Midlake climb up the chart, but there's no surprise that a certain New York band dominates this week. The Alternate Side's Russ Borris has the rundown.

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