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Mathieu Schreyer's Top Ten Albums of 2007

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Mathieu Schreyer, the KCRW host of "On the Corner" was born in France. Maybe that explains why he didn't include Radiohead on his top ten list like most of his cohorts did.


1) Little Dragon - Little Dragon (Peacefrog)

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2) Andy Bey - Ain't Necessarily So (12th Street Records)

3) Cinematic Orchestra - Ma Fleur (Domino)

4) Various Artists - Colombia!: The Golden Age of Discos Fuentes (Soundway Records)

5) Trus'me - Working Nights (Fat City Recordings)

6) Waldeck - Ballroom Stories (Dope Noir Records)

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7) Christian Prommer - Drumlesson, Vol. 1 (Sonar Kollektiv)

8) Cornelius - Sensuous (Everloving)

9) Holler, Wild Rose! - Our Little Hymnal (Backlight Records)

10) Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators - Keep Reaching Up (Light in the Attic)