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12/16/2005
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The Random Ten is a Scab (12/16/05)
  1. "Grave's Disease" by matt pond PA, from Emblems
    8/10 - Seriously. It grows on you. You start like, "eh." And you end enjoying it everytime it comes on, but never quite seeking it out.
  2. "I Want You to Want Me" by Cheap Trick, from Live at the Budokan
    8/10 - If I felt guilty about this, it'd be a guilty pleasure. I stop myself from singing this out loud, most of the time.
  3. "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkel, from Bridge Over Troubled Water
    7/10 - I've passed my S&G phase, for the most part, but damn, when they were good, they were good.
  4. "Comme Un Garcon" by Stereo Total, from Stereo Total
    4/10 - Maybe if I was a fabulous wasted party-going retard, this would be better.
  5. "Men of Station" by 13+God, from 13+God
    8/10 - The Notwist and a band called Themselves collaborate for this odd but sweet song that's a little bit like the Postal Service (if those band names mean nothing to you, join the rest of the world)
  6. "No Culture Icons" by The Thermals, from More Parts Per Million
    10/10 - This is my new song that I can't stop playing at top volume. It's so rough and impassioned and fucking good.
  7. "Angeles" by Elliott Smith, from Either/Or
    6/10 - Mid-level Elliott Smith. Good, but nothing to stab yourself through the heart for.
  8. "When I Was a Young Girl" by Feist, from Let It Die
    8/10 - Thank you for introducing me to Feist, Pony. This is the first song off of "Let It Die" that I fell for--just warming us up for the awesomeness that is "Mushaboom" to come.
  9. "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor
    8/10 - Oh please. Can you honestly pretend not to love this song?
  10. "Raspberry Beret" by Prince, from Prince's Hits/B-Sides
    6/10 - I seem to be the only person I know who doesn't adore Prince. But I won't skip this song when it comes up, most of the time.
7.3/10 - And on that note, I bid you adios. See you on the other end of the Christmas season.






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