Features Music 2006: A Year In Review

Music: 2006: A Year In Review

Quick links: Top 5 DVDs | Most Anticipated Albums of 2007 | Reasons The Fresh Prince was awesome | Top 5 Singles | Big Comebacks of 2006 | Top 5 Shows | Top 5 Things That Sucked | Top 5 Things That Ruled | Noteworthy Songs | Top Reissues | Reasons the BBC Is Killing UK Music | Top 5 Vinyl-Only Releases | Worst Cover Art | Band Tour Stories

Where would you be without the SPB team? Lost in a whirl of year-end zeitgeists and incompetent statistic-mongering, howling in fear as lists and numbers fly by your shivering torso, blowing into the whirlwind of meaningless facts and figures, that's where. Luckily for you, Scene Point Blank has been quick-witted enough to assemble a list of the most important things of 2006, complete in one easily-digestable package. Lucky you!

While you're reading through this year's review (including top 5 dvds, singles, comebacks, shows, things that sucked, things that ruled, noteworthy songs, worst cover art, and reasons The Fresh Prince was awesome), spare a moment to reflect on how grateful you are for Scene Point Blank.We're too good to you.

- The SPB Team

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