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iPod War #7

So much goodness inside.

Pretty much all of these are amazing; you can vote for a maximum of 3, not including your own.

1. Genesis, "Alone Tonight", Duke
2. Dungen, "Om Du Vore Vakthund", Ta Det Lugnt
3. Simon & Garfunkel, "So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright", Bridge over Troubled Water
4. The Sea and Cake, "Interiors", One Bedroom
5. PJ Harvey, "Joy", Is This Desire?
6. G. Love & Special Sauce, "Fatman", s/t
7. Aloha, "Dissolving", Sugar
8. Heroic Doses, "Pushy Girl", s/t
9. Jeremy Voss, "Sleeping City demo", Good Evening demos (?!!!!)
10. Tortoise, "Gamera", Millions Now Living Will Never Die (Japanese import)

"Sing Me Spanish Techno (live)," The New Pornographers, Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)
"Phone Sex," Superchunk, Here's To Shutting Up
"Those To Come," The Shins, Chutes Too Narrow
"Ball And Biscuit," The White Stripes, Elephant
"Tropicalia," Beck, Mutations
"In A Future Age," Wilco, Summerteeth
"Pillar Of Davidson," Live, Throwing Copper
"Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference," Morrissey, Bona Drag
"A Side Wins," Sloan, One Chord To Another
"Treefingers," Radiohead, Kid A

1. Pulp, "I Spy", Different Class
2. Simon and Garfunkel, "Richard Cory", Collected Works
3. The Commitments, "Mr. Pitiful", The Commitments
4. Coldplay, "Square One", X&Y
5. Morrissey, "Now My Heart Is Full", Best of Morrissey
6. Ani DiFranco, "You Had Time", Out of Range
7. Ray Charles, "I Can't Stop Loving You", Ray!
8. Fiona Apple, "Window", Extraordinary Machine
9. Interpol, "Precipitate"--i don't know the album name
10. Pink Floyd, "Arnold Layne", Echoes

Aimee Mann, "Dear John," The Forgotten Arm
Mike Doughty, "Sunken-Eyed Girl," Haughty Melodic
System of a Down, "Dreaming," Hypnotize
Iron & Wine + Calexico, "History of Lovers", In The Reins
Sufjan Stevens, "Jacksonville," Illinois
Lou Barlow, "Monkey Begun," EMOH
Radiohead, "Scatterbrain," Hail to the Thief
The Mars Volta, "Cassandra Gemini V," Frances the Mute
Deerhoof, "Running Thoughts," The Runners Four
John Vanderslice, "The Golden Gate," Pixel Revolt

1. Imperial Teen, My Spy, On
2. Depeche Mode, Damaged People, Playing The Angel
3. M83, On a white lake, near a green mountain, Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
4. Sonic Youth, Disconnection Notice, Murray Street
5. Lyrics Born, Stop Complaining (Morcheeba/Capricorn II remix), Same !@#$ Different Day
6. Asa-Chang and Junray, Kutsu #2, Jun Ray Song Change
7. Beck, Dead Melodies, Mutations
8. Pulp, I Spy, Different Class
9. Jaga Jazzist, Lithuania, A Livingroom Hush
10. Sufjan Stevens, A Short Reprise For Mary Todd, Who Went Insane, For Very Good Reasons, Illinois

"Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me" - Dean Martin - Dino - Essential Dean Martin
"Baron Saturday" - The Pretty Things - S.F. Sorrow (Edsel Stereo Reissue)
"I'm Satisfied With You" - Hank Williams - The Complete Hank Williams [Disc 1]
"Can't Stand It" - Wilco - Summer Teeth
"Keepin' The Faith" - De La Soul - De La Soul Is Dead
"I Know But I Don't Know" - Blondie - Parallel Lines
"Runnin' With The Devil" - Van Halen - Van Halen
"We Don't Say Shut Up" - Danielson Familie - Fetch The Compass Kids
"Dismember" - Spoon - Telephono
"Via" - dEUS - Worst Case Scenario

"Bishop's Robes" - Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
"Starlings Of The Slipstream" - Pavement - Brighten The Corners
"If It Wasn't For You" - Handsome Boy Modeling School - White People
"400 Years" - Bob Marley & The Wailers - Catch A Fire
"Vamos" - Pixies - Surfer Rosa
"Breathe" - Pearl Jam - Singles [Soundtrack]
"Dark Wave" - Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks - Pig Lib
"Please Do Not Go" - Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes
"Lose You" - Pete Yorn - Musicforthemorningafter
"Angel" - Massive Attack - Mezzanine

1. The Oak Ridge Boys, "Elvira," Fancy Free
2. Owsley, "Oh No the Radio," Owsley
3. Ellis Paul, "Seven," Translucent Soul
4. Garth Brooks, "Beaches of Cheyenne," Fresh Horses
5. Richard Thompson, "Hope You Like the New Me," Mock Tudor
6. Blu Cantrell, "Hit Em Up Style," So Blu
7. Ryan Adams, "Burning Photographs," Rock and Roll
8. Bruce Hornsby, "Swing Street," Hot House
9. Jelly Roll Morton, "Dead Man Blues," The Best of Ken Burns Jazz
10. The Band, "The Weight," The Last Waltz

1. Mike Watt - "No One Says Old Man (To The Old Man)"
2. Stephen Malkmus - "Us"
3. Violent Femmes - "I Hear The Rain"
4. The Game - "Special"
5. Guided By Voices - "Cut-Out Witch"
6. Josef K - "Heart Of Song"
7. Barry & The Remains - "Once Before"
8. Bob Dylan - "Ballad In Plain D"
9. Sly & The Family Stone - "Love City"
10. Rollerskate Skinny - "Speed To My Side"

Rock N Roll Suicide - David Bowie - the Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
Clampdown - The Clash - London Calling
Cock Mobster - MC Paul Barman - Paullelujah!
Time Keeps on Slipping - Deltron 3030 - Deltron 3030
Givin' Up The Nappy Dugout - Ice Cube - Death Certificate
A Mistake - Fiona Apple - When the Pawn
Skin on the Drum - Michael Franti and Spearhead - Stay Human
Travelin this Lonesome Road - Bill Monroe - The Music of Bill Monroe
Reservations - Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Frank's Dream - Glenn Kotche/Jeff Tweedy - Chelsea Walls Soundtrack

1. "One Line" - PJ Harvey, Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea
2. "Opera Singer" - Cake, Comfort Eagle
3. "Length of Love" - Interpol, Antics
4. "When It Hurts So Bad" - Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
5. "So Have I For You" - Nikka Costa, Everybody Got Their Something
6. "High 5 (Rock the Catskills)" - Beck, Odelay
7. "Rosanna" - Toto, IV (HAHAHA...oh god)
8. "Rags to Rags" - Eels, Beautiful Freak
9. "The Wake-Up Bomb" - R.E.M., New Adventures in Hi-Fi
10. "And Me" - Beastie Boys, Hello Nasty

1. "Talk Normal", Laurie Anderson, Home Of The Brave
2. "Noah's Dove", 10,000 Maniacs, Our Time In Eden
3. "Ruby Dear", Talking Heads, Naked
4. "Sense of Doubt", David Bowie, Heroes
5. "Feel My Heat", Dirk Diggler & Reed Rothchild, Boogie Nights soundtrack
6. "On My Street", Hoodoo Gurus, Blow Your Cool!
7. "Looking Down The Barrel of a Gun", Beastie Boys, Paul's Boutique
8. "(Don't Go Back To) Rockville", R.E.M., Reckoning
9. "Walking Spanish", Tom Waits, Rain Dogs
10. "Radius", Hipbone, Boombox Blackout

And the winner is

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