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By SAM PFEIFLE  |  December 16, 2009

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The Cambiata

Top 10 albums:
The Cambiata, The Cambiata
The Leftovers, Eager to Please
Sparks the Rescue, Eyes to the Sun
Spencer and the School Spirit Mafia, Candy, Cake, and Ice Cream
Rustic Overtones, The New Way Out
Samuel James, For Rosa, Maeve and Noreen
Sara Hallie Richardson, A Curious Paradox
Jacob Augustine, Harmonia
dilly dilly, Of Art and Intention
Ocean, Pantheon of the Lesser

Top 10 EPs:
Marie Moreshead, Birdwatchers
Grand Hotel, Grand Hotel
Holy Boys Danger Club, Lessons for Liars
The Goodnight Process, The Way Things Are
Pigboat, Nothing's Ever Finished
The Secret Weekend, Energy Broadcast System
Sidecar Radio, Dreadnaught Cosmonaut
Lost on Liftoff, The Brightside
Headstart!, A
Vik44, Was Never White

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