Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 50 Albums of 2020 Part 1: 50 – 26 [Exclusive]

 

Well Folks, the year is wrapping up, and I’m certain that I am not alone in my excitement for this sinkhole of a year to be behind us. Of course, the root cause of what has us going so insane is still around, but I dare say we have a bit of hope coming our way in 2021. Hopefully. Maybe not. Who knows.

Anyway, we can all agree that the fucking music in 2020 was plentiful and pretty damn great! Hell, what else did people really have to do? Sure creative spirits could have been diminished for some, but as you can tell with the incredible list we have compiled below, not to all! We have a wonderful batch of albums to share with you all. And this is only part one! Due to the unique circumstances of the dates of Holidays this year,  I thought it would be fun to tease you all a bit by releasing one edition on Friday, and the next one on Monday. Oh how we kid around here. I guess this is what stir crazy looks like in a digital blog format.

But in all seriousness Folks, there has been some wonderful music released in 2020. If you followed along our journey in our Top 100 Songs of 2020, you will likely recognize literally every artist on this list. My favorite batch of music this year was technically an EP, so it they won’t be showing up here, but I still implore you all to check out Miel’s Tourist Season, which is incredible. But 50 other folks from our Top 100 Songs are reflected in the full albums below, and they are all incredible. You’re going to love this. So please enjoy part 1 of Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 50 Albums of 2020!

 

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50. Joan Osborne – Trouble and Strife

 

49. The Jason Daniels Band – Downloads From the Universe

 

48. Brandy – B7

 

47. Pearl Jam – Gigaton

 

46. Kate MacLeod

 

45. Eels – Earth Dora

 

44. Felt – Felt 4 U

 

43. The Kid Laroi – Fuck Love

 

42. Iron Maiden – Nights of the Dead

 

41. Eminem – Music To Be Murdered By

 

40. Ted Russell – Down in the Den

 

39. Ezra Bell – This Way To Oblivion

 

38. Lucid Child – My Universe

 

37. Fleet Foxes – Shore

 

36. Nick Cave – Idiot Praryer (Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace)

 

35. Public Enemy – What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?

 

34. Alestorm – Curse of the Crystal Coconut

 

33. Bob Dylan – Rough and Rowdy Ways

 

32. Open Mike Eagle – Anime, Trauma, and Divorce

 

31. Ultimate Fakebook – The Preserving Machine

 

30. Alanis Morissette – Such Pretty Forks in the Road

 

29. Run The Jewels – RJ4

 

28. King Ropes – Go Back Where They Came From

 

27. Bright Eyes – Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was

 

26. Michael Baker – Salt

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