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Posted at 4:30 PM ET, 11/19/2010

Coda: Kanye West drops the best album of 2010; U.S. Royalty is D.C.'s best dressed; Nick Cave is the best at everything else

By Click Track

MBDTFKanye West's epic new album drops on Tuesday.

Did you know that Kanye West's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" is the best album of 2010? Did you know that it's about 14 gazillion times better than Rihanna's new disc? Did you know Josh Groban made a record with Rick Rubin? Did you know that U.S. Royalty is the best-dressed band in Washington? Did you know that Nick Cave has done a slew of amazing things in his lifetime? Did you know that despite adding the Beatles catalog to its inventory, iTunes is still missing tons of great music? What? You didn't know any of that? Then catch up on your Click Track over the weekend and we'll see you on Monday.

By Click Track  | November 19, 2010; 4:30 PM ET
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