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Album of the Year – Mugison Tops List

A panel of experts has voted Mugison’s CD Haglél or Hail as Album of the Year. Fréttablaðið asked a panel of music experts, critics, and musicians: What is the best Icelandic album of 2011?
Mugison in Concert. Photo: Páll Stefánsson

The best-selling album of the year, Halglél by Mugison tops the list with 35 points, his self-published album, has reportedly sold close to 30.000 copies in just three months.

Here is the list;

1. Mugison – Haglél, 35 points.

2. LayLow –Brostinn Strengur, 24 points.

3. Ham – Svik, Harmur, Dauði, 21 points.

4. GusGus – Arabian Horse, 19 points.

5. Helgi Hrafn Jónsson – Big Spring, 19 points.

6. Reykjavík – Locust Sounds, 16 points.

7. Sing Fang – Summer Echoes, 15 points.

8. Sólstafir – Svartir Sandar, 15 points.

9. Björk – Biophilia, 12 points.

10. Sóley – We Sink, 10 points.


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