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Postby Tapiocahead » 08 Mar 2006, 21:04

A....

The Everly Brothers - Crying In The Rain
The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
Lauryn Hill - To Zion
Howlin' Wolf - I Asked For Water
Randy Newman - Old Man
Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues
The Velvelettes - Needle In A Haystack
Lee Dorsey - Working In The Coal Mine
Dillard & Clark - Why Not Your Baby
XTC - Love On A Farmboy's Wages
Joe Tex - Show Me
Townes Van Zandt - Like A Summer Thursday
Matthew Sweet - Evangeline
Jr Walker & The All-Stars - Road Runner
The Beat - Stand Down Margaret
Isley Brothers - Harvest For The World
Generation X - King Rocker
Mamas & Papas - I Saw Her Again Last Night
Ann Peebles - I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
Jimi Hendrix - If Six Was Nine

B...

Kraftwerk - Numbers (Minimum/Maximum version)
Richard Thompson - Al Bowleys in Heaven
Hawkwind - Needle Gun
Kate Bush - Nocturn
Velvet Underground - Venus in Furs
Violent Femmes - Blister in the Sun
Patti Smith - Rock N Roll Niger
Norma Waterson - Ain't no sweet man (that worth the salt in my tears)
The Fall - Victoria
Undertones - You got my number
The Pogues - And the band played waltzing matilda
Parliament - Mothershp connection
Auteurs - Lenny Valentino
Sandy Denny - John The Gun
Thea Gilmore - Benzedrine
Blondie - Fade away and radiate
Buff Medways - Strood Lights
Dukes of the Stratosfear - Have you seen Jackie?
Kenickie - Punka
Be Good Tanyas - The littlest birds
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Postby Tonto Papadopoulos » 08 Mar 2006, 21:11

two decent lists. A shades it, though - there are more songs i love on that list.
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Postby geoffcowgill » 08 Mar 2006, 21:23

I'll stick my neck out and say I agree with Griff on this. A.

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Postby Bungo the Mungo » 08 Mar 2006, 21:25

a

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Postby Snarfyguy » 08 Mar 2006, 21:29

I still can't understand how The Fall's version of Victoria can be one of anyone's favorite songs. Otherwise, B's list has some great material, but not enough of it to top A.

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Postby Prez! » 08 Mar 2006, 21:46

Despite The Undertones{ on B}, it's A, by some considerable distance.

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Postby Strider » 08 Mar 2006, 21:47

I'll vote for A.

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Postby Bungo the Mungo » 08 Mar 2006, 21:50

Gotta be B. A's choices are good, but a couple of message songs - and I don't want politics in me music. B is more my kind of thing anyway (altho' I agree with Snarfster - The Fall's 'Victoria' is a bit of a pointless mess).

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Postby the masked man » 08 Mar 2006, 21:52

Two very good lists. I need beer (and maybe sleep) before I can decide.

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Postby K » 08 Mar 2006, 21:57

I'm going with A, but both lists have some real clunkers on them:

Isley Brothers - Harvest For The World
Generation X - King Rocker

The Fall - Victoria!! (no, no, no)

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Postby satans favourite son » 08 Mar 2006, 21:58

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Postby whodathunkit » 08 Mar 2006, 22:04

I fancy A to go all the way. Joe Tex and "If Six Was Nine". You cant beat it.

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Postby The Prof » 08 Mar 2006, 22:18

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Postby Lonely Planet Boy » 08 Mar 2006, 22:19

A

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Postby Beno » 08 Mar 2006, 22:24

A

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Postby The Modernist » 08 Mar 2006, 22:31

B leaves me rather cold I'm afraid, a bit dull.

I found A hit and miss originally, but it's getting better all the time as Jimmy Nichol might say.

Three great choices in the additional five - If 6 was 9, I'm Gonna Tear your Playhouse Down, Harvest For The World.

You can't argue with that.

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Postby Django » 08 Mar 2006, 22:41

I'll go B, even though the inclusion of Kenickie may be the work of a sick mind.

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Postby marios » 08 Mar 2006, 23:09

A

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Postby the masked man » 09 Mar 2006, 00:07

B is closer to what I like overall. So, there it is, I've overcome my indesiveness with the help of beer. There's a lesson for us all here, I feel.

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Postby Jeff K » 09 Mar 2006, 00:18

B

again, another close one.
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