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WRSU Top 50 Albums of 2017

2017 top artists

  1. Chance the Rapper – Coloring Book
  2. Childish Gambino – Awaken, My Love!
  3. PnB Rock – PnB Rock
  4. D.R.A.M. – Big Baby by D.R.A.M.
  5. Gorillaz – Humanz
  6. Lil Uzi Vert – Lil Uzi vs The World
  7. The Shins – Heartworms
  8. Spoon – Hot Thoughts
  9. Bestial Mouths – Heartless
  10. Real Estate – In Mind
  11. Clan Of Xymox – Days Of Black
  12. Ryan Adams – Prisoner
  13. Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog
  14. Ministry – Trax! Rarities
  15. Drab Majesty – The Demonstration
  16. Various Artists – Under What Flag (A Tribute To Fad Gadget
  17. Temples  – Volcano
  18. Hexheart – A Thousand Times
  19. Cut Copy – Haiku From Zero
  20. You Me At Six – Night People
  21. The National – Sleep Well Beast
  22. Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins
  23. Velvet Acid Christ – Wrack
  24. Wingtips – Greyarea
  25. Colony House – Only The Lonely
  26. Alvvays  – Antisocialites
  27. Beach Fossils – Somersault
  28. Big Thief – Capacity
  29. Slowdive – Slowdive
  30. Lizzo – Coconut Oil EP
  31. Coast Modern – Coast Modern
  32. Washed Out – Mister Mellow
  33. The Intelligence Service – Transgressors
  34. Omarion – Distance
  35. The Mynabirds – Be Here Now
  36. AU.RA – Cultivations
  37. Panic Lift – This Poison Remains
  38. Nearest – Nearest
  39. Blondie – Pollinator
  40. Tashaki Miyaki – The Dream
  41. Lost in Stars – Lost in Stars
  42. Cold War Kids – La Divine
  43. The Black Angels – Death Song
  44. ADULT. – Detroit House Guests
  45. Sinkane – Life & Livin’ It
  46. Ty Richards – Zillion
  47. Foxygen  – Hang
  48. The Horrors – V
  49. Unkle – The Road: Part I
  50. Ride – Weather Diaries

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