Woke up with Mr. Roboto in my head which after that was scratched took me to A-Ha and now I'm onto Toto IV.

The Police might be next up in the queue. Or Crowded House, maybe Flock of Seagulls?

Nope Pet Shop Boys. Has to be pet shop boys right after a quick diversion through Tina Turner land for "we don't need another hero".
k.d. lang, Hymns of the 49th Parallel.

Some of you might remember seeing and hearing her closing out the 2010 Olympics with a killer rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which is on this album as well. She's got great pipes.
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k.d. lang, Hymns of the 49th Parallel.
Some of you might remember seeing and hearing her closing out the 2010 Olympics with a killer rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which is on this album as well. She's got great pipes.

Her's is the definitive version of Hallelujah. No one else ever needs to attempt it. Please.
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k.d. lang, Hymns of the 49th Parallel.
Some of you might remember seeing and hearing her closing out the 2010 Olympics with a killer rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which is on this album as well. She's got great pipes.

Her's is the definitive version of Hallelujah. No one else ever needs to attempt it. Please.

+1. I think I remember Cohen saying in an interview that out of hundreds of covers, k.d.'s was the only one he really liked.
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Jurassic 5 - Quality Control


Wow. Love it.


Yup. Not a huge rap/hip hop fan, but these guys kill it. The harmonies and pace of the lyrics are terrific and the 2 djs pull out some really, really funky samples.
Am pleased to be hearing "Enjoy The Silence" by DJ Mike Koglin with John Digweed and Sasha in a techno remix version. Am enjoying it loud... A lot! Cool
Bad Suns "Language & Perspective" Paired with a great Rhone bargain: 2010 Mas des Volques Côtes du Rhône Volcae X
The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me, Don't Tell a Soul, even All Shook Down and a little bit of Tim. Considered the 'sell out' records but I think they are all pretty good.
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The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me, Don't Tell a Soul, even All Shook Down and a little bit of Tim. Considered the 'sell out' records but I think they are all pretty good.


Totally agree. Some may diss "All shook down" but I like that album as well. Along with just about any music Paul Westerberg has made.

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