The Year’s Best Songs of 2011 – Now available for your edification!

Enter at Your Own Risk – 2011

First up we have the lovely cover: the photo was taken by Karin Strand and the manipulation done by yours truly,

And now I present the tracks that feature on the CD this year. Please note that this year the original list of 18 songs was too long for the CD and so I kept that as a download version, removing two of the tracks for the CD. This is why there are two versions. Feel free to download the one that you prefer.

If you are a user of Spotify, I also have the playlist there. I try to make life as easy as possible but if you have other ideas for the best way to spread the word, let me know.


Enter at Your Own Risk – 2011

  1. Shattering Sea – Tori Amos
  2. Perth – Bon Iver
  3. Several Shades of Why – J Mascis
  4. High Low Middle – My Brightest Diamond
  5. Crystalline – Björk
  6. Lotus Flower – Radiohead
  7. Shuffle – Bombay Bicycle Club
  8. You Can Do It (Tee’s Inhouse Mix) – Todd Terry (Only available on the full version)
  9. Cthulhu Sleeps – Deadmau5 (Only available on the full version)
  10. Thru and Thru – Gang Gang Dance
  11. Companions – The Dodos
  12. Hell Broke Luce – Tom Waits
  13. Wait – M83
  14. Streetlight – John Maus
  15. Marked – EMA
  16. The Days – Patrick Wolf
  17. Dear Friends – Elbow
  18. End Come too Soon – Wild Beasts


Full version (all 18 tracks)

Edited version (16 tracks)

Spotify playlist (all 18 tracks)


About Mark S. Deniz

English teacher, writer, editor, publisher, reviewer and blogger. Founder of publishing company, Morrigan Books and imprint, Gilgamesh Press and editor-in-chief for review site, Beyond Fiction. Also cycles, plays floorball, listens to lots and lots of music, reads a ton of books and tries to fit in some TV, film and writing too. View all posts by Mark S. Deniz

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