All in a Weekend Montreal | Dec 30, 2012 | 10:22

Best Songs of 2012 with Said the Gramophone

What are your favorite songs of 2012? Sean Michaels is a music journalist and founder of the popular music blog Said the Gramophone. Every year he compiles a list of his favourite 100 songs. We invited Sean into studio to talk to us about a few of those notable tunes. You can find the full list of Sean's top one hundred songs of 2012 on his website here.

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