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Vote: Top Irish albums & EPs 2007

Vote: Top Irish albums & EPs 2007


Vote Irish albums EPS

The second annual nialler9 Irish album poll is back after last year’s success! 2006 saw Si Schroeder voted the best album by you guys and this year I’m extending the poll to include Irish EPs as there were many quality EP releases this year that deserve some love too.

Here are the simple rules to vote:

  1. You can pick up to 5 Irish albums and EPs released in 2007.
  2. At least one Irish album is required but you can leave the EPs blank if you haven’t heard any this year.
  3. Please include title of the EP as some artists have had more than one.
  4. 3 ways to vote

Leave your votes in the comments in public for all to see.
Use the vote page.
Send an email to [email protected] with your choices

So what’s it gonna be? Album-wise, 2007 saw releases from Dry County, Mumblin’ Deaf Ro, Cathy Davey, Super Extra Bonus Party, Adrian Crowley, Sarsparilla, So Cow, Delorentos, The Flaws, Thinguma*jigsaw, Nina Hynes, Kill City Defectors, Hybrasil, Hooray For Humans, Zoid and Large Mound to name but a few.

It was a good year for EPs with Channel One, Halves, Dark Room Notes, Terrordactyl, Adebisi Shank, LPX, Fight like Apes and The Things all releasing in the last twelve months. Of course, there are plenty of others which you can help fill in the gaps with.

Update: I’ll close the vote on Tuesday at noon.

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