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The Best Editors Albums, Ranked  

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We're ranking the best Editors albums of all time. One of the best post-punk revival bands, Editors's discography features several popular songs, like "Papillon" and "No Sound But the Wind." What is the greatest Editors album ever?

From their debut album The Back Room to their 2018 album Violence, this list of Editors albums also includes An End Has a Start, The Weight of Your Love, and In This Light and on This Evening.

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An End Has a Start is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Editors Albums, Ranked
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1. Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors
2. An End Has a Start
3. The Weight of the World
4. Bones
5. When Anger Shows
6. The Racing Rats
7. Push Your Head Towards the Air
8. Escape the Nest
9. Spiders
10. Well Worn Hand

Pitchfork score: 4.9

Release Date: 2007

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The Back Room is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Editors Albums, Ranked
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1. Lights
2. Munich
3. Blood
4. Fall
5. All Sparks
6. Camera
7. Fingers in the Factories
8. Bullets
9. Someone Says
10. Open Your Arms
11. Distance

Pitchfork score: 6.0

Release Date: 2005

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The Weight of Your Love is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Editors Albums, Ranked
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1. The Weight
2. Sugar
3. A Ton of Love
4. What Is This Thing Called Love
5. Honesty
6. Nothing
7. Formaldehyde
8. Hyena
9. Two Hearted Spider
10. The Phone Book
11. Bird of Prey

Release Date: 2013

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In This Light and on This Even... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Editors Albums, Ranked
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1. In This Light and on This Evening
2. Bricks and Mortar
3. Papillon
4. You Don't Know Love
5. The Big Exit
6. The Boxer
7. Like Treasure
8. Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drool
9. Walk the Fleet Road

Pitchfork score: 3.7

Release Date: 2009

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