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iTunes Recommendations
Posted by: Dale Franks on Thursday, January 13, 2005

Once again, I got some more musical adrenaline from iTunes. Good Stuff.

Blink-182: First Date, Roller Coaster
Breaking Benjamin: Follow
Crossfade: No Giving Up
Franz Ferdiand: This Fire
Good Charlotte: Predictable, I Just Wanna Live
The Ivory Coast: Swope
The Killers: Mr. Brightside
Muse: Hysteria
Oasis: Wonderwall
Reeve Oliver: I Want Burns
Sugarcult: Crying, How Does It Feel
Sum 41: Fat Lip, In Too Deep
Trapt: Headstrong
U2: Vertigo
The Used: I Caught Fire
The Vines: Ride
Yellowcard: Way Away

Sugarcult's "Crying" is just too great for words. U2's vertigo is pretty good too, especially since it's the first alternative-sounding song they've released since they went mainstream after the "War" album in 1983.
 
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Good call on Reeve Oliver. I've seen them many times in San Diego. Check out "On The Floor" also.
 
Written By: Broken Masterpieces
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Oh dear Dale, it needs work. Try these on for size:

The Arcade Fire - "Wake Up"
Broken Social Scene - "Cause = Time"
The Flaming Lips - "Bad Days"
Interpol - "Slow Hands"
Jeff Buckley - "Last Goodbye"
Tom Waits - "Georgia Lee"
The Walkmen - "The Rat"

I don't know how many of those will actually be on iTunes, but find 'em if you can.
 
Written By: Matt McIntosh
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