With the end of the year comes wave after wave of lists looking back at biggest and best albums of 2013. Yup, we've seen some pretty game-changing records from giants like David Bowie and Daft Punk and indie stars done-good like Foals and Arctic Monkeys - but we should probably spare a moment to think about those forgotten albums. These are the records that you probably can't even remember came out this year.
Mention The Strokes' new album to anyone and prepare to be met with a vacant stare, or talk about how The Joy Formidable became MASSIVE and await a catatonic, dribbling response. Sadly, for every runaway success there's a blip that fails to register on the music scene's radar - or at least all early hype soon fades into silence.
These are the records that were destined for huge success and universal greatness, but fell short of the mark - for better or worse. These are the 10 most forgotten about albums of 2013.
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