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Listen to the 2015 Mercury Prize Shortlisted Albums

The album's dead right?

Playlists are everything and everyone's just interested in one-off pop hits, OK?

Well, not everyone would agree, particularly those who await the announcement of the Mercury Music Prize shortlist each year, where 12 albums worthy of devoting a bit of time, effort and appreciation to are revealed by an expert panel.

But never mind the experts, click on the gallery below to discover who's got the nod - and an Spotify album playlist for each one will enable you to have a listen through and see which one gets your vote.


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