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Best Albums of 2016 – Part One

It’s that time of year again, when music bloggers go through the year’s releases and highlight the best of the year. The usual caveats apply; these are the best records of 2016 I’ve actually had the chance to hear. I only have a finite CD budget, and even though I’m a part-time music writer, not every record company sends me free promos.

We’ll start with 25 to 11. Except that they’re not ranked in any order, because that would be next to impossible.

Update Because I missed out one record by mistake, this year’s list now goes up to 26. You will have to guess which one it was yourselves.

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Transylvania: The Count Demands It

Announced today by Mostly Autumn records.

Bryan Josh – the heart and guitar of Mostly Autumn andf eaturing Troy Donockley (Nightwish), Anna Phoebe, Alex Cromarty (Mostly Autumn), Olivia Sparnenn-Josh (Mostly Autumn) and Marc Atkinson amongst others, this is the first part of Bryan’s brand new project, taking us from ‘the back lane’ into the heart of Transylvania.

A beautiful vampire, her evil but enigmatic father (The Count) and various other creatures are encountered by the hapless Bryan on his journey.

Difficult to pigeonhole, the first part of the Transylvanian series is an exciting mix of superb rock music with imaginative storytelling. For sale now at Mostly Autumn Records - delivery early April

The first Josh & Co album contained the line “There’s Adolf Hitler, he’s really pissed-off because Julias Caesar won’t give him a sausage”. This one promises to be every bit as silly.

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