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The Top Albums of 2014: Matt Stieb's take on the finest efforts of the year



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2. Sun Kil Moon | Benji | Caldo Verde

Mark Kozelek delivered his best work yet as Sun Kil Moon with an album so honest and stripped of pretense that it borders on the experimental. With guitar and occasional instrumental backing, Kozelek provides some incredibly touching music about serial killers, his dad and the white-trashy trash fire death of his cousin.


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