Friday Random Top 10

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A jury says a woman must pay the music industry $80,000 per illegally downloaded song. Even though the music industry values their songs at 99 cents. Wow! Does that mean this list is worth $880,000? Here's your top 10:

1. Good Morning, Good Morning -- The Beatles
2. C'mon Everybody -- Eddie Cochran
3. The Wild Wagoneer -- Jilson Setters
4. Love and Happiness -- Al Green
5. Shirley MacLaine -- The 757s
6. Ain't that Enough -- Teenage Fanclub
7. Tommy's Holiday Camp -- The Who
8. Soma -- The Strokes
9. Oh Very Young -- Cat Stevens
10. About You -- Teenage Fanclub

Bonus: Mod Lang -- Big Star

Ooh the rare Teenage Fanclub double shot. What's your top 10?

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I like the new look.

1. The Fratellis – Chelsea Dagger: “Chelsea Dagger”
2. The Kooks – Konk: “Stormy Weather”
3. The Strokes – First Impressions of Earth: “Electricityscape”
4. Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not: “From The Ritz To The Rubble”
5. The Pigeon Detectives – Wait For Me: “Dona*t Know How To Say Goodbye”
6. The Fratellis – Costello Music: “Henrietta”
7. The Strokes – Room On Fire: “Reptilia”
8. Thee Unstrung – Lie Cheat & Steal: “Psycho”
9. Modest Mouse – We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank: “Dashboard”
10. The White Stripes – Elephant: “The Hardest Button To Button”

I agree with yickit on your new look.

Blood of Eden - Peter Gabriel
Flute Loop - Beastie Boys
Blow Out - Radiohead
Freedom - Rage Against the Machine
Back Porch - Presidents of the United States of America
Death is a Star - The Clash
Faust Arp - Radiohead
Toolmaster of Brainerd - Trip Shakespeare
Don't Let Go - Weezer
Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode

1. "Looking For Astronauts" The National Alligator
2. "Swingers" The Wedding Present El Rey
3. "Just The Same But Brand New" St. Vincent Actor
4. "Dancing Days" Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
5. "Major Label Debut" Broken Social Scene Broken Social Scene
6. " No Victims" Kirsty MacColl Kite
7. "Astronaut" Luna Rendezvous
8. " Death Don't Have No Mercy" The Reverend Gary Davis Harlem Street Singer
9. "Let's Kill Ourselves" The Ponys Laced with Romance
10. "Rebel Rebel" David Bowie Diamond Dogs
bonus: "Superfly" Curtis Mayfield The Very Best Of

Two Fanclubs and a Big Star? it's your best random ever!

I knew you'd like those tunes E.

Good to see you again Zoomx, very cool list although I am not partial to POTUS.

Laurie Anderson "Washington Street" Life on a String
Fenton Robinson "You Don't Know What Love Is" The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection
Mikel Rouse "Candy Cane" Music for Minorities
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "They All Laughed" Our Love Is Here to Stay: Ella & Louis Sing Gershwin
Portastatic "The Soft Rewind" Bright Ideas
Shawn Colvin "You and the Mona Lisa" A Few Small Repairs
PJ Harvey "Beautiful Feeling" Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea
Fountains of Wayne "Barbara H." Fountains of Wayne
Old 97's "Old Familiar Steam" Wreck Your Life
Son Volt "Creosote" Straightaways

bonus
Los Super Seven "Talk to Me" Heard It on the X

Never travel far, without a little Big Star ...

1) Tell Your Sister - Lloyd Cole/Don't Get Weird on Me Babe
2) The Blue Mask - Lou Reed/The Blue Mask
3) Divine Intervention - Matthew Sweet/Girlfriend
4) Downtown Train - Tom Waits/Raindogs
5) Blank Generation - Richard Hell & the Voidoids/No Thanks! The 70's Punk Rebellion
6) Wildflower - Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson/Rattlin' Bones
7) You Don't Have to Go - Jimmy Reed/Blowin' The Fuse:29 R&B Classics
8) I'll Be Around - The Spinners/Can You Dig It? The 70's Soul Experience
9) I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) - Aretha Franklin/I Never Loved a Man The Way I Love You
10) Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd/Second Helping

A tip of the cap to the late, great Barry Beckett. He set the bar for funky keys and was a unique instrumental voice.

HYPERPOWER! – Nine Inch Nails – Year Zero
Stack Shot Billy – Black Keys – Rubber Factory
Elect the Dead – Serj Tankian – Elect the Dead
The Golden Section – Coil – Horse Rotorvator
Meet Me In the Morning – Bob Dylan – Blood On the Tracks
Bleeder – Nothingface – Violence
Hooker With a Penis – Tool – Aenima
Bring It On Home – Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II
Trust in You – The Offspring – Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
Razor – Foo Fighters – In Your Honor

Music is priceless, regardless of what the music company's value it at. Each song its own memory and time in place for each and every person!

Things are difficult enough about Iraq without the Federal Government suppressing the truth about Iraq.

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