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Best '07 music made in Atlanta and Athens

Here, in alphabetical order, is some of the best music made in Atlanta and Athens in 2007.

• Ananda Project, Fire Flower (King Street Sounds)

• Black Lips, Los Valientes del Mundo Nuevo (Vice)

• Black Lips, Good Bad Not Evil (Vice)

• The Coathangers (Rob's House Records)

• Crime Mob, Hated on Mostly (Warner Bros.)

• Dead Confederate (Razor & Tie)

• Deerhunter, Cryptograms (Kranky)

• Deerhunter, Fluorescent Grey EP (Kranky)

• Donnie, The Daily News (SoulThought Entertainment)

• The Dream, Love Hate (Island Def Jam)

• Habersham, Outside the Box EP (Audio Therapy)

• Hope for Agoldensummer, The Ariadne Thread (self-released)

• Janelle Monae, Metropolis: The Chase (Wondaland Arts Society)

• Jason Isbell, Sirens of the Ditch (New West)

• Jaspects, Double Consciousness (self-released)

• Jax, Sharper Images (Binkis Records)

• Je Suis France, Afrikan Majik (Antenna Farm Records)

• Judi Chicago (self-released)

• Julie Dexter & Khari Simmons, Moon Bossa (Brash)

• Nerd Parade, A Delicate Bashing (Headphone Treats)

• Of Montreal, Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? (Polyvinyl)

• Of Montreal, Icons, Abstract Thee EP (Polyvinyl)

• One Hand Loves the Other (Stickfigure)

• PJ Morton Band, Perfect Song (Brash)

• Proton, Girls and Ghetto Shit (Perishable Fame Clothing Company)

• Right Away, Great Captain!, The Bitter End (Favorite Gentlemen)

• Sharaab, Evolution (Undo Recordings)

• Silver Lakes, The Great Pretender (self-released)

• Warm in the Wake, American Prehistoric (Livewire Recordings)

• Witchdoctor, Diary of an American Witchdoctor (Williams Street)

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