If we had counted the votes for top ten tracks of 2010

If we had counted the statistically insignificant and scattershot votes for our top ten favorite tracks of the year, that list might have looked something similar to the below. Of course, if we had counted those votes and found out that one of our top ten tracks was The National’s execrable “Bloodbuzz, Ohio” (which, coincidentally, just popped up on HypeM: my computer is now going into the trash), I would have immediately shut down this site and and bought thismusicsucks.com. Thank God we didn’t count those votes.

10: The Walkmen, “Stranded” (12.3 points; 1 votes)
09: Deerhunter, “Desire Lines” (12.4 points; 1 votes)
08: The National, “Bloodbuzz Ohio” (12.5 points; 2 votes)
07: LCD Soundsystem, “All I Want” (13.9 points; 1 votes)
06: Phosphorescent, “The Mermaid Parade” (14 points; 2 votes)
05: Arcade Fire, ” Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains” (14.2 points; 3 votes)
04: Surfer Blood, “Swim” (14.5 points; 2 votes)
03: Arcade Fire, “We Used to Wait” (16.6 points; 2 votes)
02: Kanye West, “Monster” (17.3 points; 2 votes)
01: Kanye West, “Runaway” (18.1 points; 2 votes)

The real list of albums is still here:

Oh, on a completely non-list note, a look at my personal top albums and tracks will clarify whether I’m an expert on electronic music (nope), but this new track by Deadmau5 is hot.

Deadmau5, “Right This Second”

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