The Tiger’s Top 10 Albums of 2010

Yeah! Music stuffs! I used to post music stuffs all the time and the thing is I still post music stuffs, just not on this site, on www.pulpmag.co.za. If you go there right now you’ll see that I pretty much OWN that site content wise and it’s awesome!

If you want awesome content on your site too why the hell don’t you just mail me at tellthetiger@gmail.com, pay me a modest fee and prepare for your site views to hit the mother flippin’ ceiling yo!

I’m a gun for hire these days, which is the badass way of saying I’ll lick your balls for $5.

The Pulpmag gig helps me to pay the rent, but the diehard fans of this site get pissed off when I post my Pulpmag stuff here because I usually give the opening few paragraphs of a review and then make them hit Pulpmag for the rest.



But seriously. I think it’s time we moved past such petty grievances. This is 2011, clicking on a little link to take you to another page for content isn’t going to kill you.

Man up fer chrissake!

So check, check, check it out yo, here are my top ten albums for 2010 so you can laugh at my girly taste in music…


The Tiger’s Top 10 Albums of 2010



3 Responses to “The Tiger’s Top 10 Albums of 2010”

  1. February 4, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    Nice. I’d probably swap a couple round and throw in the latest Frightened Rabbit (even though it doesn’t quite match the amazing “Midnight Organ Fight”) and one or two others. I was going to say Band of Skulls “Baby Darling Doll Face Honey”, but I see that that it actually came up in 2010!

    From one music lover to another, here’s a guy who’s got loads of stuff worth perusing: http://starling.rinet.ru/music/index.htm

    And just to show that I’m not biased… Here are some on artists that I actually like (though admittedly easy targets for purposes of illustration):

    On Bruce Springsteen’s Tunnel of Love: http://starling.rinet.ru/music/bruce.htm#Love
    Subtract the hair from that picture and you get yourself Phil Collins. As for the music, you don’t even need to subtract the hair.

    On Pearl Jam “Ten”: http://starling.rinet.ru/music/pearl.htm
    First impression after listening to the album: “And they call it grunge? It’s fuckin’ Bad Company meets Journey, man!”
    Fifty-first impression after listening to the album: “You know, this is not such a steamin’ pile of manure as it once seemed to be. At least, something grows in it!”


  2. February 4, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    * that it actually came out in 2009

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