MP3: The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 20 to 11

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The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 20 to 11 MP3

Continuing the countdown to my favorite record of 2012, today I present numbers 11 through 20. But first, for future reference, here are links to the rest: • The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 50 to 41 • The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 40 to 31 • The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 30 to 21 • The Best LPs of 2012 Countdown: 10 to 1 * * * * * Honorary Mention: Trails And Ways I’ve already dub... Source: fensepost.com

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