Monthly Jam – 20 Best songs of 2012 – Something as simple as Rock’n’Roll will save us all

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Is that time of the year that you are all waiting for!! Not Xmas sorry, not New Year’s Eve bash but obviously the Liberation’s Top 20 songs of the year 2012! (Exceptionally given the quality of the songs released this year we have decided to extend the songs selection to 20, it makes a better playlist too 🙂

We have been pretty luck this year i think, with several great albums, many tunes that will stay for the next few years, a couple of anthems that might stay around for a little bit longer and some big deceptions from bands whose fans were waiting impatiently for new material since a couple of years (i.e. MUSE, The Killers).
In preparation for your Xmas dinners (and drinks) here’s our definitive selection of the top 20 of the best Indie Rock songs of 2012

1. The Vaccines – Teenage Icon
2. Jack White – Sixteen Saltines
3. Jake Bugg – Two Fingers
4. 1975 – Sex
5. Tribes – When my day comes
6. CITIZENS! – Caroline
7. Spiritualized – Hey Jane
8. The Rolling Stones – Doom and Gloom
9. The Hives – Go Right ahead
10. Mystery Jets – Someone Purer
11. Paul Weller – That dangerous age
12. Frank Turner – I still believe
13. Blur – Under the Westway
14. Pond – You broke my cool
15. NOFX – 72 hookers
16. Tame Impala – Elephant
17. Miles Kane – The first of my Kind
18. The View – Anfield Row
19.The Heartbrakes –  Delay Delay
20. Palma Violets – Best Friends
We are waiting for avalanches of reaction because of so many great songs had to be left out. Close competitors were Mumford&Sons, Feeder, Two Door Cinema Club and many others! Apologize to all those that didn’t make it. Keep on rockin’ in a free world!
The ranking of the best albums will be disclosed in the next few days, the time to collect all of your threatens email for not including MUSE or the Killers.
Hey Hey, My My, merry fookin’ rocking’ Xmas everybody
Supersonik
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