ALARM’s Top 10 Albums of 2008

In alphabetical order:

1. An Albatross: The An Albatross Family Album (Eyeball)

For a decade, An Albatross has blurred the lines between psychedelic rock, synthesized circus sounds, tech riffs, and grind. Building on the group’s adventuresome past, this thirty-minute sonic carnival is the most complete expression of An Albatross ever put to tape.

Progressive, epic, trippy, and heavy tunes commingle with layers of strings, horns, flute, and organs — as well as a lengthy spoken-word narrative. The An Albatross Family Album is the band’s magnum opus.

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