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The Critiquees – Blogcritics Music Awards – Album of the Year

Just in time to laugh at the Grammys, The Critiquees (“Cri-teek-ees”), the Blogcritics.org music awards for 2002 are here! Results are based upon a poll of our critics and readers. If you want to stock up on the best of 2002, you could do worse than snapping these babies up – click on the links for reviews.

We will list the Top 10 for Album of the Year, and Top 5 for the others. Please see sidebar for the complete listing of categories and posts:

1) Yankee Hotel Foxtrot by Wilco
2) Come Away With Me by Norah Jones
3) Sea Change by Beck (interview here)
4) Turn on the Bright Lights by Interpol (more here, here, and here)
5) The Rising by Bruce Springsteen (more here, here)
6) A Rush of Blood to the Head by Coldplay (more here)
7) When I Was Cruel by Elvis Costello
8) () by Sigur Ros
Once More, with FeelingBuffy the Vampire Slayer
10) Murray Street by Sonic Youth

Please see the sidebar on the front page for links to all of the Critiquees categories and winners.

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