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Albums of 2022 Poll Results: 100-76

2022 has been a testing year for many of us, for all sorts of reasons. Me, personally, I’ll be EXTREMELY glad to see the back of it. It’s been hellish. Typically though, in those years that turn out to be amongst the roughest, a massive great smorgasbord of musical artists keep you going, excelling themselves to create career bests, or new and previously unknown bands or singers leave you speechless with stunning debuts. All of that stuff happened in 2022, so much so that, in our first instalment of four, the “bottom rung” of our Album Of The Year poll includes some truly remarkable albums between numbers 100 to 76.

If we can ignore the outside world for just a moment, and focus purely on the music, then 2022 has been a truly awesome year. I mean, even Suede could only make our number 92, but there’s just been such a wealth of quality released that – with 213 albums voted for in total – even making 92 is an achievement. And hey, some of my own favourites (LIFE, Gabriel Moreno, Brett McKenzie, Black Country New Road) didn’t even MAKE the top 100! (Our writers will get the chance to write about their own top ten albums of the year, over the next few weeks too).

Anyway, look out for our next three instalments over the coming week, and if you want to offer up your own personal choices, feel free to do so in the comments. And…we’re off…

100.Peaness – World Full of Worry

99. Chris Church – Darling Please

98.Just Mustard – Heart Under

97. Beach House -‘Once, Twice Melody’

96. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Cool It Down

95. Blood Red Shoes – Ghosts On Tape

94. Liraz – Roya

93. Big Thief – Dragon new warm Mountain I Believe In You

92. Suede – Autofiction

91. High-Vis – Blending

90. …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of The Dead – Bleed Here Now

89. The Soft Pink Truth – ‘Is it Going To Get Any Deeper Than This?’

88. Katie Lass – Hypnopomp

87 P.H.F – Purest Hell

86. Jessie Buckley and Bernard Butler – For All Our Days That Tear The Heart

85. Joan Shelley – The Spur

84. Metronomy – Small World

83. Miranda Lambert – Palomino

82. Femur – People Parts

81. Clamm – Care

80. The House Of Love – A State Of Grace

79. Beabadoobee – Beatopia

78 Aoife Nessa Francis – Protector

77. Motherhood – Winded

76. Beyonce – Renaissance

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