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Old 04-26-2014, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Ten artists you can't stop listening to

They can be all time favorites, current obsessions, or guilty pleasures.

In no particular order:

The Supremes
Sugar
Flipper
Tegan and Sara
Jesus and Mary Chain
Cocteau Twins
Talking Heads
Thee Oh Sees
Ween
The Vaselines

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Old 04-26-2014, 10:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Lana Del Rey
Judas Priest
Porcupine Tree
Portishead
Spoon
Low
Burial
Crystal Castles
Flume
The Cranberries
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Lana Del Rey
Judas Priest
Porcupine Tree
Portishead
Spoon
Low
Burial
Crystal Castles
Flume
The Cranberries
Portishead and Low, nice! I've heard good things about Crystal Castles but have yet to check them out.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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They can be all time favorites, current obsessions, or guilty pleasures.

In no particular order:

The Supremes
Sugar
Flipper
Tegan and Sara
Jesus and Mary Chain
Cocteau Twins
Talking Heads
Thee Oh Sees
Ween
The Vaselines

Your turn!
Great stuff - and three Scottish bands, nice!

Sugar over Husker Du, too? Maybe I should check out Sugar...
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Great stuff - and three Scottish bands, nice!

Sugar over Husker Du, too? Maybe I should check out Sugar...
Sugar's my current obsession, but my heart belongs to Husker Du



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Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Keiji Haino
Wolves In Sheepskin
Billy Woods
John Coltrane
Madvillain
This Heat
Ornette Coleman
Peter Brötzmann
Sun Ra
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Forever-loves:

Sparks
ABBA
Steely Dan
The Shangri-Las
Squeeze
The Doors
Tommy James & The Shondells
T. Rex
Roxy Music
Fleetwood Mac

runners up:

The Beatles
Carpenters
Strawberry Alarm Clock
The Cars
The Ronettes
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Portishead and Low, nice! I've heard good things about Crystal Castles but have yet to check them out.
Yeah they're like my big favourites right now. I delayed the opportunity to listen to Portishead and I finally did and cannot stop playing them.

Crystal Castles first two albums are the ones you would probably want to focus on. Their latest is good but not as interesting as the former albums.
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Nujabes
Bat For Lashes
Chelsea Wolfe
Massive Attack
MF Doom
Aesop Rock
Kno
Broken Bells
World's End Girlfriend
Wu-Tang Clan
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Tough to narrow it down to 10, but this list (in no particular order) is probably accurate. I go through phases with genres/bands/artists, but I never tire of listening to these 10 and I don't think I've ever stopped listening to any of them for more than a few months at a time since I first heard them...

The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Jimi Hendrix
Frank Zappa/The Mothers of Invention
Captain Beefheart/The Magic Band
The Doors
Neil Young/Crazy Horse
Sun Ra
John Coltrane
XTC


As far as current obsessions, I'm re-visiting my love for soul/funk/jazz with the following (again, in no particular order.)

Curtis Mayfield
Isaac Hayes
Roy Ayers
James Brown
Mandrill
Grupo Fantasma/Brownout
Marvin Gaye
War
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie
The Isley Brothers


I can't think of any guilty pleasure bands/artists. I'm going to see the three remaining members of The Monkees, at a club next month. They are probably as close as I ever get to guilty pleasure music.
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