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According to last.fm...

1. Ben Harper – Live From Mars

2. Amy Winehouse – Back To Black

3. The Fratellis – Costello Music

4. The Libertines – Up the Bracket

5. A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Theory

6. Man Man – Six Demon Bag

7. Mark Ronson – Version

8. Elliott Smith – Figure 8

9. Miles Davis – Miles Davis

10. The Knife – Silent Shout

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sugarless GIRL by Capsule

absolutely BRILLIANT album, 9 tracks of just pure electro-pop bliss, the kind of album that would do shockingly well if it made the transition from Japan over to Europe.

highly recommend a download to anyone, opening track Starry Sky, single Sugarless Girl and Catch My Breath, as well as Spider and MUZiC are just a few of the highlights.

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6 month Last.fm chart =

Cocteau Twins - Lullabies To Violaine (compilation)

Yimino -The Evolution of Bulbuss and the Polymorphic Nightmare

Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out Of This Country

Lawrence - The Night Will Last Forever

AFX - Chosen Lords (compilation)

Camera Obscura - Blues Biggest Hi-Fi

The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Ladytron - 604

Boards of Canada - Geogaddi

OMD - OMD

But I should think it's probably The Cure's, Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me album, that I've listened to the most. I've loved it since 1987.

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Probably either YoYoYoYoYo or Hell Hath No Fury. Others:

Boxer, Fantastic Damage, I See a Darkness, Post-War, Writer's Block.

I spent a lot of last year exploring the history of rock and pop, especially post-punk and seventies bands. It wasn't until I had a chance to download a lot of albums that had been released recently that I caught up, so to speak. I'm keeping up a bit better this year.

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Easily this one:

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It's been the cornerstone of a whole new world of music opening up for me.

Have you checked out The Bombay Connection series?

Volume 1: THE BOMBAY CONNECTION: Funk from Bollywood Action Thrillers 1977-1984

Volume 2: BOMBSHELL BABY OF BOMBAY: Nightclub Jazz, Surf and rock & roll from Bollywood films 1959-1972

I haven't got round to listening to Bollywood stuff, but going on the descriptions of the tracks, these sound all sorts of amazing. They plan to release another 4 comps this year.

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Most listened to album? last.fm says 'Lefties Soul Connection - Hutspot', but thats wrong because it doesn't take my mp3 player into account. I reckon it's probably 'Clara Hill - All That I Can Provide' which I got into late last year after hearing the Atjazz track from it. It's one of the few albums I know that gels well with such a variety of writers/producers.

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This year so far, it's a toss-up between:

The Wildhearts - The Wildhearts

Machine Head - The Blackening

I think the Wildhearts are ahead on number of spins, though the Machine Head record is definitely my favourite album of the year so far.

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Probably something by MJ Hibbett & The Validators, but according to last.fm charts I've been mostly listening to 7 Seconds of Love. On my MP3 player it's definitely the whole of the Through The Windowpane album by Guillemots

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