It’s The Records That Make Us Who We Are: The Most Significant Albums Of 2004

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  1. So many great records referred to in this post. I saw Ambulance LTD at a small club in Ottawa opening for The Killers before The Killers became ridiculously huge. I thought Ambulance LTD were the ones that were going to be huge by the way they performed but sadly they disbanded too soon. Arcade Fire and TV on the Radio both had great debuts also.

    1. Colour me envious. Never caught Ambulance LTD live. A vague recollection of a brief UK tour, but as alluded to in the above, I was otherwise engaged around that time. Can kind of see why you’d thought they would be more successful than early Killers. I hated the latter’s début album, and in the brief snatches of subsequent material I’ve overheard playing over the PA system of crappy shops – they’ve only grown worse..

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