13. Sun Kil Moon - Admiral Fell Promises (2010): Anyone who's seen Mark Kozelek perform basically since the demise of Red House Painters knows that his stage show really varies very little at this point. Yes, the set lists and banter (more accurately: the berating of audience members) change, but the setup is static: Koz, a guitar, lots of vocal effects, incredibly intricate and accomplished finger-picking. It can be transcendent on the right night, and on other nights, it can feel awfully monotonous. Admiral Fell Promises was the first time Kozelek presented that minimalist approach in the studio and the results are exactly as uneven as a string of Kozelek live dates: Yes, there's unparalleled beauty here, but after a while, it gets kind of dull.