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2011 has been a brilliant year for music. There’s been so many good, and varied, releases that it’s been hard to wittle down a top ten of what we think were the best releases of the year. Eventually, we managed to settle on our choices and the list is as diverse as it is strong. If you haven’t heard any on the list, then listen to them the first opportunity you get. You won’t regret it.

We’ve already had one top ten albums of the year list from our writer Adam Lock. This is our second list made up of picks by WhatCulture!’s senior music writers Rhys Milsom and Morgan Roberts.

10: Florence and The Machine – Ceremonials

Following the almost stadium-size success of debut album Lungs, follow-up Ceremonials is the logical progression. Not only now filling the stadiums with fans, Florence and The Machine are »

- Rhys Milsom

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