Friday Random Top 10

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First time this year the weather was nice enough I could ride my bike. It was glorious. Social Distortion blasting in my ears, almost got by hit by a car only once, sun shining in my eyes, trees are green. Perfect day.

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Can’t forget this week’s top 10:

1. Shakin’ All Over – The Who
2. Ask – The Smiths
3. Bleed – Jack Logan
4. Judy is a Punk – The Ramones
5. Fight Test – Flaming Lips
6. Do Lord – Johnny Cash
7. Credit in the Straight World – Hole
8. Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White – Hypstrz
9. Let’s Get Married – Al Green
10. I Love Living in the City – Fear

Now that’s what I call a random list. How many times does a gospel song follow the Flaming Lips or Fear follow Al Green? What’s your top 10?

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XTC "Rocket from a Bottle" Black Sea
Elvis Presley "Tomorrow Night" The Sun Sessions
XTC "Chain of Command" Drums and Wires
Luna "This Time Around" Bewitched
Dave Brubeck Quartet "Take Five" Time Out
Neko Case "Set Out Running" Furnace Room Lullabye
Billy Bragg "That's Entertainment" Workers Playtime (bonus disc)
Graham Parker "I Was Wrong" Human Soul
Graham Parker "Release Me" Burning Questions
The Who "Rael 1" The Who Sell Out

bonus
Space Negros "Sweep" Dig Archaeology

Double artist stutter that does better by XTC than by Parker (his earlier stuff is best, without a doubt). Then a jazz classic, a Luna classic (not that enough people know that), Billy Bragg doing The Jam, a great Neko Case, Elvis and the Who for some historical perspective...iRandomed worse.

Happy Syttende Mai, Free!

Not in any particular order:
Together Again-Buck Owens
Rising Down-The Roots
Tannhauser overture-R. Wagner
Thirteen-Elliott Smith
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To-Paul Chambers
Long Ride Home-Patty Griffin
Crawlspace-Beastie Boys

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It's Spring Again-Biz Markie
Hearts and Bones-Paul Simon
Welcome To The Pleasuredome-Frankie G.T.H.

Hands down, Apple's app store wins by a mile. It's a huge selection of all sorts of apps vs a rather sad selection of a handful for Zune. Microsoft has plans, especially in the realm of games, but I'm not sure I'd want to bet on the future if this aspect is important to you. The iPod is a much better choice in that case.

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