The Best Albums of 2007: 21 to 30

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“My desert island, all-time, top-five most memorable breakups, in chronological order… Can you see your name on that list, Laura? Maybe you’d sneak into the top ten. But there’s just no room for you in the top five, sorry.” — Rob Gordon (John Cusack), “High Fidelity”

21. The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir, The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir (Bloodshot)

22. Nine Inch Nails, Year Zero (Interscope)

23. Robert Wyatt, Comicopera (Domino)

24. PJ Harvey, White Chalk (Island) (First review)

25. Ted Leo, Living with the Living (Touch and Go)

26. The New Pornographers, Challengers (Matador) (First review)

27. The Arcade Fire, The Neon Bible (Merge)

28. Peter Bjorn and John, Writers Block (Almost Gold Recordings) (First review)

29. The Redwalls, The Redwalls (Mad Dragon) (First review)

30. The Octopus Project, Hello Avalanche (Peek-A-Boo)

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