There’s a Facebook meme circulating that’s fun and a bit revealing for music nerds: list 10 albums that made a lasting impression on you as a teenager, and don't think too much. Let’s do this.
After taking stock of 2016’s best music collectively, we offer a few favorites on an individual level, starting with the lyrics we carried through the year.
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While it’s the time of year to take stock of what’s happened so far, we figured we would also shine a light on the old songs our staffers have found and loved in 2016.