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At The Barbecue: Best Of The ’00s, Part 1

It’s been quite some time since the HT Crew got together for an old fashioned cookout, and frankly the ol’ grill was getting a bit dusty and feeling neglected. With the summer – and for that matter the decade – rapidly coming to a close we figured we’d round up the gang, throw some large hunks of meat on the fire pit and crack open a few 21st Amendment Brew Free! Or Die IPAs for another rousing edition of At The Barbecue.


It’s hard to believe that the aughts are almost in the books, so with that in mind we thought we’d take a look at our favorite releases of the decade. The rules were simple: any album released between January of 2000 and December of 2009 (though we’re not quite there yet) were game. Since we got most of the Hidden Track staff contributing, we’re going to split this topic into two parts, so make sure to check back next Friday for the second installment. So, let’s get at it…

Luke Sacks: WilcoYankee Hotel Foxtrot

It took me about six seconds to decide that Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot was my favorite album of the ’00s. The poster child for what was wrong with the record business was not only my favorite album of the decade but the documentary that captured the trials and tribulations of its recording and release, is a masterpiece in itself.

READ ON for more of the HT Staff’s favorite albums of the ’00s…

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