Ibrawlator: What Was The Best Album Of October?

Bradley Stern | October 29, 2014 1:19 pm

Each month, we’re taking a look back at the albums that piqued our pop interest, pitting them against each other and then asking you to decide which album ultimately ruled.

It’s that time again: Our “Best Of” Ibrawlator for October. Last month, true jazz lovers Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga stole our readers’ hearts with their duet record, Cheek To Cheek.

And now, it’s time to take a look back and reflect on the best pop records of October.

The nominees for October? Taylor Swift‘s first “official” foray into pop 1989, HAERTS‘ self-titled debut LP, Kiesza‘s thunderous introduction Sound Of A Woman, Jessie Ware‘s sultry Tough Love, Jessie J‘s bang-bangin’ Sweet Talker, Gorgon City‘s feature-heavy dance debut Sirens, Tinashe‘s spacey Aquarius and Betty Who‘s joyous debut, Take Me When You Go.

Now we want to know: Which one takes the crown for October’s best album? It’s time for you to decide.

Place your vote below. We’ll announce the winner right here on Wednesday, November 5!

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