And now the end is here, and so we face the final curtain... Yes folks, we're almost at the end of the Decade With No Name. And while every mag and its aunt will be rounding up the best albums released since 2000, we thought we'd do things slightly differently.
That's why we're asking our staff, contributors and most importantly YOU, the readers, to tell us about the [b:cc0e621173]Irish[/b:cc0e621173] albums you have loved and hopefully not lost over the last 10 years. Compile a list of up to 20 albums, ranked in order, and email it to us - [b:cc0e621173]email@example.com[/b:cc0e621173] I'll then have the thankless (but probably fascinating, now I come to think of it) task of putting it all in a spreadsheet and coming up with a final countdown.
The deadline for your lists is [b:cc0e621173]Monday, November 23[/b:cc0e621173]. Yes, time is tight, so get your thinking caps on and your lists in. Remember, we're looking for Irish albums only - north or south. And the Irish/UK release dates must have been since January 1, 2000.
[quote:d71435d45b="my-angel-rocks"]Are you implying that people in Nunavut are morons and don't know what year it is, what a decade is and that the number 9 comes before 10?[/quote:d71435d45b]
Jeez. No, hence 'stranded' as opposed to living there permanently. I'm aware that Inuit people are engaged with the modern world. My (admittedly weak, throwaway) comment was nothing to do with them. Maybe I should have used a desert island instead of a barren wilderness. Anyway, it's been removed.