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Doug Coombe

MT's photographer gives some exposure to Detroit albums of 2011



Doug Coombe's 

Detroit Top 10 


1 Chris Bathgate Salt Year (Quite Scientific)


2 Dennis Coffey Dennis Coffey (Strut Records)


3 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. It's a Corporate World (Warner Brothers)


4 Elzhi & Will Sessions Elmatic (The Jae.B Group) and Elmatic Instrumentals (Fat Beats)


5 Mayer Hawthorne How Do You Do? (Universal Republic Records) and "Impressions" EP (leak/download only)


6 Doop & the Inside Outlaws What Am I Supposed to Do? (Blood River)


7 Dirtbombs Party Store (In the Red)


8 Danny Brown XXX (Fool's Gold) and Black and Brown (Fat Beats)


9 Glossies Phantom Films (


10 Various Artists Michigan Meltdown: Post-garage Pandemonium and Pre-Punk Fuzz Freaks From the Mitten State's Milliken Era (Coney Dog Records)

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