Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Top 5 of 2008

Here are the top 5 songs of 2008 according to you!

  • Mike
    I Wonder - Kelly Pickler
    Shadow of the Day - Linkin Park
    Conquest - The White Stripes
    I Will Possess Your Heart - Death Cab for Cutie
    Ready, Set, Go - Tokio Hotel

  • Jayme
    Someone Like You - Safetysuit
    Secret - Missy Higgins
    Love Lock Down - Kanye West
    I'll Keep Your Memory Vague - Finger Eleven
    Your Ex Lover is Dead - Stars

  • Travis
    Disturbia - Rihanna
    Warwick Avenue - Duffy
    Crystal Ball - Pink
    Viva La Vida - Coldplay
    Walking On Air - Kerli

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Top 5 Christmas Songs

Enjoy your holiday season with this collection of the top five Christmas songs.

  • Jayme
    Christmas - Death Cab for Cutie
    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Coldplay
    The Christmas Song - Dave Matthews Band
    Blue Christmas - Sheryl Crow
    Mistletoe - Colbie Caillat

  • Travis
    The Heartache Can Wait - Brandi Carlile
    Please Come Home for Christmas - Bon Jovi
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas - The Drifters
    All I Want for Christmas is You - Mariah Carey
    Hippo for Christmas - Shirley Temple

  • Aaron
    Happy Holidays You Bastard - Blink 182
    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Relient K
    It's Christmas Time Again - Blink 182
    Twelve Days of Christmas - Relient K
    Ex Miss - A New Found Glory

  • Mike
    Jingle Hells Bells - Bob Rivers
    Blue Christmas - Low
    My Name is Christmas Carol - Steve Ewing
    Baby It's Cold Outside - Dean Martin
    Walking Around in Women't Underwear - Bob Rivers

  • Connie
    Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
    I'm Getting Nuttin' for Christmas - Relient K
    Jesus was a Dreidel Spinner - Jill Sobule
    O Little Town of Bethlehem - Fisher
    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Judy Garland

Friday, October 3, 2008

Top 5 Feel Good Songs (for Jayme)

  • Aaron
    Feel Good Hit of the Summer - Queens of the Stone Age
    Beer - Reel Big Fish
    Flagpole Sitta - Harvey Danger
    Love Me Dead - Ludo
    Rockin' the Suburbs - Ben Folds

  • James
    I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown
    Take On Me - Reel Big Fish
    Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz
    I Feel Good - Motorama
    Catina Band - John Williams

  • Travis
    Love Today - Mika
    Take Your Mama - Scissor Sisters
    Distant Dreamer - Duffy
    Feel Good Time - Pink
    Dreams - Cranberries

  • Eric
    God's Cop - Happy Mondays
    Crazy Bitch - Buckcherry
    If You Want My Body, and You Think I'm Sexy - Revolting Cocks
    Take Your Clothes Off - Morningwood
    Pimp Juice - Nelly

  • Jayme
    The Story - Brandi Carlile
    Shy - Ani Difranco
    No One - Alicia Keys
    You Picked Me - A Fine Frenzy
    Regret - New Order

Monday, September 29, 2008

Top 5 Feel Good Songs!

As we have to say farewell to Jayme, we leave her the gift of music in the hopes that she will "feel good" about her future endeavors.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

May I Have This Dance . . .

Top 5 Friday is back! It's been a while but in the spirit of getting back into the weekly groove this week's topic is top 5 songs played at your Senior Prom!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Unique Arrangements

  • Jeremy
    Seven Deadly Sins - Flogging Molly
    Barroom Hero - Dropkick Murphy's
    Warriors - Flatfoot 56
    Take On Me - Reel Big Fish
    Tune Me Out - Mu330
  • Connie
    Fake Palindromes - Andrew Bird
    Sunrise - Yeasayer
    60 Revolutions - Gogol Bordello
    As You Said - Tortoise
    Surf - Mucca Pazza
  • Jayme
    Blue Merle - Burning in the Sun
    Grey Street - Dave Matthews Band
    Little Plastic Castle - Ani Difranco
    Caught a Lite Sneeze - Toris Amos
    Particle Man - They Might be Giants
  • Jim
    Brainless - The Urge
    For Whom the Bell Tolls - Metallica
    Everybody - The JB's
    Ants Marching - Dave Matthews Band
    Don Quixote - Cherry Poppin' Daddies

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Breaking the Mold

Since Jim's week was like 2 weeks ago and we didn't get the topic up in time, here it is.

"I'd like to hear everyone's top 5 list of songs where the 'arrangement' breaks the mold. By that I mean to say that the style is modern (rock or whatever) but the band includes at least one permanent member that plays something other than Guitar/Bass/Drums/Vocals. Horn sections? Violins? Harpsichord? Australian bagpipe-mellophones? The weirder, the better. The more members, the better. But remember, it has to be something that might have made top-40.

Rap groups with samples don't count. Country music with a fiddle doesn't count. Classical music doesn't count. Okay? Okay!" --Jim