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posted by Karah-Leigh Hancock in Entertainment

What was your favorite album of 2012?

December 14, 2012

Various newspapers, magazines, online blogs, etc. are releasing their top albums of 2012... and 2012 isn't over yet. Well, it's almost over. And there were some big names that came out with new albums this year.

Most blogs, etc. are saying that Frank Ocean's "Channel Orange" is the best album of the year and probably the biggest breakthrough. One Direction was just named Artist of the Year by MTV and obviously Taylor Swift sold the most in a week this year in, for like, ever, ever (or at least since the early 2000's). 

So what were your top albums of 2012? 

Here's my list  (In no particular order):

-- "Red" by Taylor Swift

-- "The Truth About Love" by P!nk

-- "Thomas Rhett EP" by Thomas Rhett 

-- "Night Train" by Jason Aldean

-- "Blown Away" by Carrie Underwood

-- "Take Me Home" by One Direction

-- "Looking 4 Myself" by Usher

-- "Overexposed" by Maroon 5

-- "Spring Break 4... Suntan City EP" by Luke Bryan

-- "Living Things" by Linkin Park

-- "North" by Matchbox Twenty

-- "R.E.D" by Ne-Yo

-- "Lotus" by Christina Aguilera

-- "Greatest Hits - Chapter 1" by Kelly Clarkson

 

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