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The Ten Most Violent Video Games

nintendoWith all the violence readily available on television and in movies, is there really a market for violent video games? Of course there is! According to CNet, here are the 10 most violent video games of all time:

  1. Thrill Kill
  2. Manhunt
  3. Gears of War
  4. God of War
  5. Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks
  6. Mortal Kombat: Deception
  7. Hitman: Blood Money
  8. The Punisher
  9. Splatterhouse
  10. Mortal Kombat

Has CNet forgotten Wonder Boy? Tom-Tom was heavily armed with a stone hammer and we weren't afraid to use it. And lest we forget Drancon, he was one tough mofo. He didn't hesitate to use fireballs or lightning bolts against poor skater boi Tom-Tom.

Wonder Boy easily ranks in the top five, although I haven't really played video games that weren't sports related since I finished the Legend of Zelda.

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More Edge Analysis By Demand

radioI did this once before. Earlier today I copied the list of songs played on 102.1 in the previous twelve hours and I've added little notes to each one.

People seemed to like that entry from September, but this kind of thing is a little more labour intensive than I like. Still, I'll try to do this every few months or so. Here's the second instalment of Twelve Hours of Edge Analysis.

10:50AM Hostage Life - Sons Of Hostage Life This is a Toronto band with a pretty catchy Rancid thing going on. They get bonus points for singing about Union Station.
10:45AM Pearl Jam - Even Flow Definitely a classic alternative staple. Songs like this don't age.
10:38AM Beck - Loser Another classic. It's nice to see CFNY hasn't totally fogotten us old fogies.
10:33AM Billy Talent - Fallen Leaves I dig this tune. I dig this band. When this tune comes on, I crank it.
10:26AM Moby - Porcelain I was never a big Moby fan, but this a nice track, although I find it a little boring.
10:22AM Fall Out Boy - This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race I conversed with Alan Cross about this song yesterday. You can see his comments here.
10:15AM Sum 41 - Motivation I tired of these guys quickly. They may be from Ajax, but I still can't handle this track.
10:01AM Red Hot Chili Peppers - Snow (Hey Oh) My wife loves this song, I find it boring.
9:58AM Sam Roberts - Bridge To Nowhere This was SLS worthy and I still like it.
9:55AM Neverending White Lights - Age Of Consent This one is growing on me. I wasn't sure at first, but darn it, I think I like it.
9:47AM Three Days Grace - Pain More local talent that I wished I liked more. It's not bad, but it's nothing special.
9:43AM Finger Eleven - Paralyzer Speaking of local talent, this is a rather poppy number from our friends. Remember, Scott Anderson dropped by SLS to chat about One Thing.
9:36AM Modest Mouse - Dashboard The Modest Mouse faithful don't like this new song, but I do. It's SLS-worthy.
9:32AM Cypress Hill - Audio X I don't know this tune! Could someone please send it to me, I'd love to hear it.
9:20AM Our Lady Peace - Innocent It's nice to see CFNY favours Ontario talent. Check out how many of these tunes are Ontario-based musicians. I dig the OLP.
8:51AM IllScarlett - One-A I loved IllScarlett's first single and I love this one. I jack this one when it comes on, which is often.
8:37AM The Tragically Hip - 38 Years Old Damn, I love this track. I'll be seeing these guys next week. I hope they play it again.
8:21AM Linkin Park - In The End I have nothing bad to say about Linkin Park. Their hits, like this one, were fun.
8:08AM Incubus - Anna Molly This is one of my favourite songs right now. Anna Molly is a megalomaniac.
7:46AM Muse - Starlight It's no Hysteria, but it's nice. It's just not memorable, ya know?
7:34AM Nickelback - Figured You Out I'm done with Nickelback.
7:23AM Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit The definitive classic alternative selection. Load up on guns...
7:10AM Billy Talent - Fallen Leaves See 10:33AM
6:48AM Red Hot Chili Peppers - Snow (Hey Oh) See 10:01AM
6:36AM The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon With the Hip coming to town, CFNY has upped their Hippage. Of course, their Hippage is typically high, and so it should be. I love this song. Surprised?
6:19AM Gnarls Barkley - Crazy I'm tired of Crazy, but it was fun while it lasted.
6:13AM Pearl Jam - Alive Two songs from Ten this morning. Why the hell not?
6:03AM Finger Eleven - Paralyzer See 9:43AM
5:57AM Stone Temple Pilots - Creep From Core, this is another song that takes me back to the early 90s. Good stuff.
5:53AM Michael Andrews Feat. Gary Jules - Mad World Awesome cover. Not only is it better than the original, but it seems to get better every time I hear it.
5:41AM Green Day - Brain Stew This is the song I think of when Billy Talent's Fallen Leaves comes on. They both share that crunchy guitar sound during the opening. Great tune.
5:37AM Wolfmother - Joker And The Thief Wolfmother has a cool 70s vibe going and I'm digging this track just as I enjoyed their two previous SLS-worthy songs.
5:25AM U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday You know CFNY is going to throw a little U2 on during every 12 hour period. At least they went old school.
5:20AM Killers - Read My Mind It's okay, I guess. I'll stick with Hot Fuss.
5:14AM Our Lady Peace - Is Anybody Home? OLP has a number of catchy tunes that play well on the radio. This is one of them.
5:11AM Raconteurs - Level Great track from the Rac.
5:05AM Smashing Pumpkins - Zero I've always felt Zero is under appreciated. It's one of my favourite Pumpkin tracks
5:01AM IllScarlett - One-A See 8:51AM
4:57AM Nine Inch Nails - The Hand That Feeds Zzzzzzzzz.
4:53AM AlexisOnFire - This Could Be Anywhere In The World Yeah, I like this track. I threw it on the last SLS. How many Ontario bands are we at?
4:45AM Prodigy - Firestarter Here's a golden oldie. It was good fun, wasn't it?
4:42AM The Tragically Hip - The Lonely End Of The Rink Yeah!!! More TTH - lace up the skates and sing that anthem. Lest we forget the unofficial video.
4:37AM Rage Against The Machine - Renegades Of Funk These guys are reuniting for a really big she-ow. I wonder if Cornell will join them. I miss RatM.
4:31AM DJ Champion - The Plow I must admit, I'm not yet familiar with this one and therefore have no comment.
4:27AM Incubus - Anna Molly See 8:08AM
4:22AM Offspring - Self Esteem Yeah, I'm a carefree teen again! This was a huge song in my circle in the mid 90s.
4:18AM Fall Out Boy - This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race See 10:22AM
4:12AM Hot Hot Heat - Bandages Nice Cancon selection. Great track.
4:07AM Nirvana - Lithium Perhaps my favourite Nirvana track, although that's hard to say. It's awesome.
4:02AM Muse - Starlight See 7:46AM
3:59AM OK Go - Here It Goes Again After seeing that treadmill video a couple of times I grew tired of this song.
3:54AM Eminem - Lose Yourself I must admit, this is still a solid track Mr. Mathers. Oscar-worthy indeed.
3:52AM Hostage Life - This Song Was Written By Committee This one never grew on me.
3:46AM R.E.M. - The One I Love Delving into the R.E.M. catalogue, this is a nice selection.
3:44AM Tokyo Police Club - Nature Of The Experiment From Newmarket, Ontario of all places, home of Serial Joe as I recall, TPC have a nice single on their hands.
3:40AM Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows I loved it then and I love it now. Fantastic!
3:35AM Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor This single broke these guys in this country. It's a goodie.
3:31AM Billy Talent - Fallen Leaves See 10:33AM
3:27AM Coldplay - Speed Of Sound Not my favourite Coldplay song, I must admit.
3:22AM 30 Seconds To Mars - From Yesterday Jared Leto sings for this band, but you already knew that. Their sound does nothing for me.
3:14AM Lenny Kravitz - American Woman A useless cover of a great Canadian song. I hate Lenny for this.
3:07AM Tool - The Pot Sometimes I really like Tool, sometimes I don't. This one is typical Tool, in fact, it sounds like several of their other songs.
3:01AM Red Hot Chili Peppers - Snow (Hey Oh) See 10:01AM
2:57AM Seether - Remedy Nirvana redux!
2:53AM Green Day - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams American Idot made Green Day relevant again and this might be my favourite track from that album.
2:49AM City And Colour - Comin' Home Yeah, I like it. What are you going to do about it?
2:42AM Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger A beautiful song from Oasis. This entire album is gold.
2:38AM Matt Mays - When The Angels Make Contact It's too early for me to judge this track. It needs a few more listens.
2:35AM Linkin Park - One Step Closer Another Linkin Park hit. I'm okay with that.
2:29AM The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Herculean This is an intriguing project. It's Damon Albarn but it's not the Gorillaz, although Danger Mouse is involved. It's good.
2:25AM Finger Eleven - Paralyzer See 9:43AM
2:21AM Foo Fighters - My Hero I still remember when they played this in Ottawa after Gretzky's last game in Canada. It brings a shiver to my spine and a tear to my eye.
2:17AM Army Of Anyone - Goodbye I haven't heard a lot of this song, and I don't love it yet. In fact, I find it a little boring.
2:12AM Sum 41 - Pieces I'll pass, thanks.
2:07AM Snow Patrol - Chasing Cars Yes, this is a pretty song. Yes, it's easy on the ears. Yes, I tried not to like it but it's highly likeable.
2:02AM Wolfmother - Joker And The Thief See 5:37AM
2:00AM DJ Champion - No Heaven I'm sick of it, but for a while last year I really liked this song.
1:56AM Felix Da Housecat - Ready 2 Wear This song sounds like it's from the 80s and if you like that sound you might like this. I don't.
1:53AM Le Tigre - Deceptacon (DFA Remix) Firstly, this is the best song title ever. Otherwise, it's a lot like the song above.
1:49AM Ladytron - Destroy Everything You Touch This must have been part of a trio of 80s inspired dancy tracks. This is the best of the three.
1:45AM Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out The summer of 2004 and the leader of the trifecta package. It's still good.
1:40AM Streets - Fit But You Know It It's fun to sing this with your best Brit accent.
1:37AM Killers - Mr. Brightside This tune got played into the ground, so it's unfair for me to trash it now.
1:29AM Metric - Dead Disco I like Metric.
1:26AM Gary Numan - Cars The original Cars, nice touch. Numan was ahead of his time.
1:22AM Erasure - A Little Respect Speaking of the 80s and that sound, here's one of the staples. Not my cup of tea, but I was sound asleep when this aired.
1:18AM Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin' Just look at the next set of songs and you'll catch the vibe. Not for me, but that's okay.
1:14AM Louis XIV - Finding Out True Love Is Blind A great single that I threw on SLS. One of my favourites from 2005.
1:11AM Ramones - I Wanna Be Sedated Speaking of Jared Leto, remember when he took the mic in My So Called Life for Rayanne and finished this song. That was the first sign that 30 Seconds to Mars was inevitable. Great song.
1:08AM Arctic Monkeys - Fake Tales Of San Francisco Not as stong as the first single, but still solid.
1:04AM Chemical Brothers - Hey Boy Hey Girl The Chemical Brothers had some cool singles, but this one wasn't one of my favourites.
1:00AM Benny Benassi - Satisfaction Ha! I love the stuff they play in the wee hours of the morning.

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The Best Original Song Oscar Winners of All Time

oscarNormally by this time in January I'd have already launched my little Oscar pool. Here are the results from the last three years.

As you see, it very quickly went from twelve participants in 2004 to 99 last year. Truth be told, I'm not sure I have the time or want to exert that energy it will take to manage a 100+ person Oscar pool this year. I'd rather save all that energy for our annual NHL playoff pool.

While I sit on the fence and think about whether I'm hosting a pool this year or not, I'm going through the list of Academy Award winners for best original song. For the most part, the tunes are pretty darn weak. Here are my ten favourites.

  • "Over the Rainbow" - The Wizard of Oz
  • "When You Wish Upon a Star" - Pinocchio
  • "White Christmas" - Holiday Inn
  • "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" - Song of the South
  • "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  • "Theme from Shaft" - Shaft
  • "Let the River Run" - Working Girl
  • "Streets of Philadelphia" - Philadelphia
  • "Lose Yourself" - 8 Mile
  • "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp" - Hustle & Flow

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Final Post of the Year

partyI have no plans tonight. The two year old is already asleep and the four year old is going to bed soon, so somebody has to stay home and protect them from dragons and the boogey man or men.

You're probably all dressed up and on your way to an exciting New Years party. If you're hosting such a party, you're going to need some suitable tunes for the night. My New Year's Eve gift to you is this list of ten songs that are certain to make your year end bash a complete success.

  • As Years Go By - Mashmakhan
  • This Will Be Our Year - The Zombies
  • It Was A Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra
  • Pretty Good Year - Tori Amos
  • Reeling In The Years - Steely Dan
  • New Year's Resolution (with Carla Thomas) - Otis Redding
  • Ya Shoulda Killed Me Last Year - Ice-T
  • Next Year - Foo Fighters
  • New Year's Day - U2
  • Happy New Year - ABBA

You're welcome... and have fun.

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My Ten Favourite Songs of 2006

musicFor a variety of reasons, I heard less new music in 2006 than I did in 2005. Still, I heard a lot of new tunage and kept my ear to the ground as much as I could.

Here are the ten songs I enjoyed most in 2006.

10. illScarlett - Heaters
When I first heard this song on the radio, I thought of Sublime. It had that Sublime vibe I've always dug and it was catchy as all hell. I've since learnt they're Toronto based which clinches them a top ten finish for 2006.

9. Pearl Jam - World Wide Suicide
PJ gave away high quality DRM-free MP3s of this first single from their self titled release. It was a grand statement and the tune was up to the challenge. A return to form for my favourite American band.

8. Regina Spektor - Fidelity
I heard this song and immediately listened to every Regina Spektor note I could find. From Russia via New York with much love.

7. TV on the Radio - Province
A new music blog introduced me to these guys. This song is so amazing it's a wonder our local new rock station doesn't play it. There's almost an Outkast feel to this solid single. It's funky.

6. Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good On the Dance Floor
Every year there's a new next big thing band out of Britain. These guys didn't disappoint with a great album and this fantastic lead single.

5. The Flaming Lips - Free Radicals (A Hallucination of the Christmas Skeleton Pleading with a Suicide Bomber)
First of all, I love that title. That title alone earns it a listen, but it's the unpredictability and addictive mania of the song that kept me coming back over and over again. This is the best song you'll never hear on terrestrial radio.

4. The Strokes - Red Light
Get yourself a lawyer and a gun. That's not only damn good advice but that's a sample of this song's lyrics. These guys keep getting better and there will always be a home for them at SLS.

3. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Phenomenon
This song blew me away when I first heard it and then it actually started to grow on me. With echoes of LL Cool J's song of the same name, this should probably be #1 on my list. There's no way I heard a better single in 2006.

2. The Tragically Hip - In View
Yes I'm biased, but isn't the whole idea of blogging to be biased? I controversially called this the best Hip single since Bobcaygeon and I stand by that statement. I don't know anyone who didn't like this song and didn't find themselves singing it at one point or another.

1. The Raconteurs - Steady, As She Goes
At this point Jack White could probably sing the phone book and I'd rave about it. He was amazing with The White Stripes, he got me to enjoy Loretta Lynn and the Cold Mountain soundtrack, and with Brendan Benson he's responsible for my favourite song of 2006. Is She Really Going Out With Him?

Here were my favourite songs of 2005, in case you want to rewind a year.

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Ten Entries That Mattered in 2006

lightningThis is my 1588th entry of 2006. Below are ten that mattered.

The 17th Annual Humble & Fred Christmas Show - I've said it before and I'll say it again, this was the most fun you can have on a Saturday morning without taking your clothes off. Humble and Fred hadn't broadcast together since August 2005 and when we all got together at Dan Duran's house to record the Christmas podcast it was like that scene on the roof of Moe's when the B-Sharps sang together one last time.

My Ten Favourite Song References to A Canadian Place - Inspired by a question on Ask Metafilter I hit up my collection for Canadiana and threw together this list. My blood, sweat and tears soak these ten tunes.

When Parkdale-High Park Went Orange, An Analysis - Ok, maybe I'm not a particularly good political blogger, but I was in the eye of the storm for a couple of elections that showed a decisive move to the left for me and my neighbours.

My YouTube Favourites - At the time I put this entry together, all the videos I linked to were actually online. Today, many have been yanked for copyright violations. Still, I was proud of this effort and a little slice of YouTube I carved out for my fellow Canadians.

Humble Howard, Are You Okay? - Written on a whim one night after detecting a blip in this site's referral log, about 400 people chimed in and this entry became the indisputed de facto home page for those wondering what the hell happened to Humble Howard Glassman. Since then, Howard and I have become great pals, I set him up with a blog of his own, I helped put their podcast online, I've flown his plane and our families have literally broken bread together. I'm glad I wrote that entry and had the Google juice to make it dance.

Hurry Up And Wait - At the time this was merely my observations after visiting the St. Joseph's Health Centre emergency room. I realized it was a series of long waits as opposed to one long one, but it was still a lengthy trip. Months later, St. Joe's was in the news for their zero wait time policy and were hailed as a model for those hospitals who couldn't keep their emergency rooms open. A nurse at St. Joe's printed this entry of mine and posted it on a bulletin board to clarify how they can make such an absurd claim.

A Homemade Hallelujah! - I was and am obsessed with this Gord Downie cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". There's no official release, so when I offered to email my copy of the song which was ripped from the Saint Ralph DVD, the response was and is intense. I'm not alone in my search for a quality MP3 of this song. Hopefully, one day, there's an official release. Maybe this entry will help make that happen.

The Tragically Hip at Fort York - 38 Years Old, a stellar playlist, a beautiful night in downtown Toronto and killer acoustics made this night one I'll never forget.

Hail Hail Pearl Jam - I attended the Pearl Jam show the night before which was the tour opener, but this concert the next night blew that one away. The vibe, the band and the entire ACC energy was electric. I just feel sorry for those who attended night one and not night two.

100 Wedding Songs - My brother Steve got married in 2006. I got to create the wedding playlist. I took the job very seriously.

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2006 Year-End Google Zeitgeist

googleAccording to Google, here are the top ten searches of 2006. You'll see there's nothing left over from the 2003 Year-End Google Zeitgeist.

  1. bebo
  2. myspace
  3. world cup
  4. metacafe
  5. radioblog
  6. wikipedia
  7. video
  8. rebelde
  9. mininova
  10. wiki

A few of those are new to me. Don't ask me what a rebelde is. I'm surprised youtube didn't make the cut.

Here are the top ten Google News searches of 2006.

  1. paris hilton
  2. orlando bloom
  3. cancer
  4. podcasting
  5. hurricane katrina
  6. bankruptcy
  7. martina hingis
  8. autism
  9. 2006 nfl draft
  10. celebrity big brother 2006

Where's the Brit? Perhaps the divorce and loss of underwear occurred too late in the year.

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My Ten Favourite Song References to A Canadian Place

cassetteYesterday I wrote about songs that reference Canada. I promised I'd share my ten favourite musical references to my home and native land. Here are my top ten with apologies to Stompin' Tom Connors.

"Bobcaygeon" by The Tragically Hip - I'm starting this list with Bobcaygeon because it's a village of 2500 people, nestled along the Trent-Severn Waterway in the Kawarthas area of east-central Ontario, Canada. Throw in a shout out to Toronto that always gets the loudest cheer during local Hip shows and it can't be left off this list. Did I mention it's also a spectacular song?

"The Spirit of Radio" by Rush - There are two CFNYs... the "Spirit of Radio" CFNY which sort of died in the late 80s and the "Modern Rock" CFNY that my generation knows. This song is about that first CFNY.

"Further Again" by Staggered Crossing - I've always liked this song. It's cut from the same cloth as "Little Bones" and opens with the great lyric "Heading out on the 401, don't it make you nervous". The 401, baby!

"Runnin' Back To Saskatoon" by The Guess Who - This song had to make this list because this tune is home grown. It's all about Saskatchewan and some town where nothing much ever happens.

"The Old Apartment" by Barenaked Ladies - This song broke around the time Taryn and I were moving into our first shitty apartment. I dig the tune and the local setting. They bought an old house on the Danforth for goodness sake.

"Prairie Town" by Randy Bachman and Neil Young - Bachman and Young are jamming about prairie life with that great refrain "Portage and Main fifty below". It doesn't get much more Canadian than this.

"Wheat Kings" by The Tragically Hip - The Hip get a second mention on this list because "Wheat Kings" is so damn pretty. It's one of my all-time favourite Hip songs and that's saying something. It's about David Milgaard and starts with a loon call and even mentions the CBC. It still gives me chills.

"Helpless" by Neil Young - If you put a gun to my head and made me pick one Neil Young song, this might be it. Again, it's stunningly beautiful and opens with "There is a town in north Ontario". Helpless, helpless, helpless.

"Canadian Railroad Trilogy" by Gordon Lightfoot - On the Ask MetaFilter page that sparked this discussion I went on the record by saying "two songs are so drenched in Canadiana your playlist won't be complete without them." This is one...

"Northwest Passage" by Stan Rogers - This is the other essential song that has to conclude this list of songs that reference Canadian places. It's a definite sing-along that opens with "Ah, for just one time I would take the Northwest Passage". If you haven't heard this song and would like to, leave a comment below (include your email address, it won't appear on the site) and I'll email it to you. It's the least I can do for my country.

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The Top 1002 Songs Of All-Time

freeplayrangerIf any former CFNY listeners haven't heard of http://www.spiritofradio.ca/, get over there and kill a few hours. It's a great tribute to our station. There are updates on the personalities, sound checks and CFNY Edge 102's top 1002 of all time.

CFNY Edge 102's Top 1002 of all time was put together in 1999 and I remember following that countdown very closely. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" ended up in the top spot, and at the close of the 90s that's exactly how it should have been. At the end of the 90s, there was no doubt that Nevermind was the album of the decade, but as time marches forward, I sense this is no longer the case. If we were to put together a list of the top albums from that decade right now, it's probable Radiohead's Ok Computer would finish first. Time is less kind to Nevermind than it is to OK Computer.

The first track from OK Computer to show up on this list of 1002 is "Karma Police" at 268. There's no way that would be the case if they rebuilt this list today.

Because I also sense you're curious as to what their top 1002 looked like in 1999, here's the top 700. I'd have listed all 1002, but I hit that same file size limitation again and had to kill a few hundred tunes.

 ARTISTTITLE
1NIRVANASMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT
2THE SMITHSHOW SOON IS NOW?
3PEARL JAMJEREMY
4U2PRIDE (IN THE NAME OF LOVE)
5NINE INCH NAILSCLOSER
6THE TRAGICALLY HIPNEW ORLEANS IS SINKING
7THE CULTSHE SELLS SANCTUARY
8SOFT CELLTAINTED LOVE
9R.E.M.LOSING MY RELIGION
10PEARL JAMALIVE
11U2WITH OR WITHOUT YOU
12THE SMASHING PUMPKINSTODAY
13THE TRAGICALLY HIPBLOW AT HIGH DOUGH
14STONE TEMPLE PILOTSPLUSH
15LIVELIGHTNING CRASHES
16TALKING HEADSONCE IN A LIFETIME
17SOUNDGARDENBLACK HOLE SUN
18U2I WILL FOLLOW
19PEARL JAMEVEN FLOW
20PETER GABRIELGAMES WITHOUT FRONTIERS
21TEARS FOR FEARSSHOUT
22NEW ORDERBIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE
23THE TRAGICALLY HIPLITTLE BONES
24THE VIOLENT FEMMESADD IT UP
25THE SMASHING PUMPKINSDISARM
26THE POLICEROXANNE
27THE CLASHSHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO?
28RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSUNDER THE BRIDGE
29PEARL JAMYELLOW LEDBETTER
30JOY DIVISIONLOVE WILL TEAR US APART
31U2I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR
32METALLICAENTER SANDMAN
33THE WATERBOYSTHE WHOLE OF THE MOON
34DURAN DURANHUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF
35OASISWONDERWALL
36SIMPLE MINDS(DON'T YOU) FORGET ABOUT ME
37RADIOHEADCREEP
38SOUNDGARDENSPOONMAN
39DEPECHE MODEPERSONAL JESUS
40THE CULTLOVE REMOVAL MACHINE
41BAUHAUSBELA LUGOSI'S DEAD
42THE BARENAKED LADIESBRIAN WILSON
43R.E.M.THE ONE I LOVE
44NIRVANACOME AS YOU ARE
45THE CUREJUST LIKE HEAVEN
46PRETENDERSBRASS IN POCKET
47BECKLOSER
48THE TEA PARTYSAVE ME
49IGGY POPLUST FOR LIFE
50THE SMASHING PUMPKINSBULLET WITH BUTTERFLY WINGS
51RAMONESI WANNA BE SEDATED
52U2NEW YEAR'S DAY
53TALK TALKIT'S MY LIFE
54THE CRANBERRIESZOMBIE
55XTCMAKING PLANS FOR NIGEL
56FOO FIGHTERSTHIS IS A CALL
57OUR LADY PEACESTARSEED
58YAZOOSITUATION
59GREEN DAYTIME OF YOUR LIFE (GOOD RIDDANCE)
60STONE TEMPLE PILOTSBIG EMPTY
61EURYTHMICSSWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS)
62JANE'S ADDICTIONBEEN CAUGHT STEALING
63THE TRAGICALLY HIPFIFTY-MISSION CAP
64GARY NUMANCARS
65PEARL JAMBLACK
66PETER GABRIELSOLSBURY HILL
67U2WHERE THE STREETS HAVE NO NAME
68DEPECHE MODEJUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH
69THE BARENAKED LADIESIF I HAD A$1,000,000
70TEARS FOR FEARSEVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD
71TALKING HEADSLIFE DURING WARTIME
72THE TRAGICALLY HIPGRACE, TOO
73ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONSPUMP IT UP
74WORLD PARTYSHIP OF FOOLS
75ALANIS MORISSETTEYOU OUGHTA KNOW
76THE SMASHING PUMPKINSCHERUB ROCK
77THE OFFSPRINGCOME OUT & PLAY
78THE CLASHROCK THE CASBAH
79THE TRAGICALLY HIPCOURAGE
80SOUNDGARDENPRETTY NOOSE
81DURAN DURANTHE REFLEX
82OUR LADY PEACECLUMSY
83R.E.M.RADIO FREE EUROPE
84THE ENGLISH BEATMIRROR IN THE BATHROOM
85BLURSONG 2
86RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSMY FRIENDS
87THE TRAGICALLY HIPAT THE HUNDREDTH MERIDIAN
88DAVID BOWIESPACE ODDITY
89MIDNIGHT OILBEDS ARE BURNING
90LOVE & ROCKETSSO ALIVE
91JESUS JONESRIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW
92PEARL JAMCRAZY MARY
93PETER GABRIELSLEDGEHAMMER
94DEPECHE MODESTRANGELOVE
95PEARL JAMDISSIDENT
96ECHO & THE BUNNYMENTHE KILLING MOON
97LENNY KRAVITZARE YOU GONNA GO MY WAY?
98GREEN DAYLONGVIEW
99NIRVANAIN BLOOM
100THE PET SHOP BOYSWEST END GIRLS
101UB40RED RED WINE
102THE SMITHSBIG MOUTH STRIKES AGAIN
103DEXY'S MIDNIGHT RUNNERSCOME ON EILEEN
104STONE TEMPLE PILOTSCREEP
105TEARS FOR FEARSPALE SHELTER
106MADNESSONE STEP BEYOND
107BUSHEVERYTHING ZEN
108THE CURECLOSE TO ME
109R.E.M.MAN ON THE MOON
110ULTRAVOXDANCING WITH TEARS IN MY EYES
111NINE INCH NAILSHURT
112THE THEPERFECT
113DURAN DURANRIO
114THE BEASTIE BOYSSABOTAGE
115THE SMASHING PUMPKINSTONIGHT TONIGHT
116U2MYSTERIOUS WAYS
117THE POLICEEVERY BREATH YOU TAKE
118SILVERCHAIRTOMORROW
119ALPHAVILLEFOREVER YOUNG
120NINE INCH NAILSHEAD LIKE A HOLE
121TALKING HEADSPSYCHO KILLER
122INXSNEW SENSATION
123BECKWHERE IT'S AT
124PRETENDERSMIDDLE OF THE ROAD
125MODERN ENGLISHI MELT WITH YOU
126FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOODRELAX
127THE CLASHCLAMPDOWN
128THE VAPORSTURNING JAPANESE
129MORRISSEYEVERYDAY IS LIKE SUNDAY
130JAMESLAID
131THE BOOMTOWN RATSI DON'T LIKE MONDAYS
132GREEN DAYBASKETCASE
133ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONSEVERYDAY I WRITE THE BOOK
134THE CURELOVE CATS
135SINEAD O'CONNORNOTHING COMPARES 2 U
136KILLING JOKELOVE LIKE BLOOD
137U2ALL I WANT IS YOU
138RAMONESROCK & ROLL HIGH SCHOOL
139RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINEKILLING IN THE NAME
140KATE BUSHRUNNING UP THAT HILL
141THE BEASTIE BOYSFIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT
142NIRVANALITHIUM
143THE POGUESYEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH
144THE HUMAN LEAGUEDON'T YOU WANT ME?
145WALL OF VOODOOMEXICAN RADIO
146DURAN DURANGIRLS ON FILM
147THE TRAGICALLY HIPLOCKED IN THE TRUNK OF A CAR
148THE B-52'SROCK LOBSTER
149BUSHMACHINEHEAD
150TONES ON TAILGO!
151OASISDON'T LOOK BACK IN ANGER
152THE PSYCHEDELIC FURSTHE GHOST IN YOU
153OUR LADY PEACESUPERMAN'S DEAD
154LIVEI ALONE
155THE SMITHSTHIS CHARMING MAN
156I MOTHER EARTHONE MORE ASTRONAUT
157STEPHEN TIN TIN DUFFYKISS ME
158THE TEA PARTYRELEASE
159THE CLASHTRAIN IN VAIN
160R.E.M.STAND
161HOLEDOLL PARTS
162DAVID BOWIECHANGES
163RADIOHEADHIGH & DRY
164SIMPLE MINDSALIVE & KICKING
165SLOANUNDERWHELMED
166ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONSRADIO RADIO
167GREEN DAYWELCOME TO PARADISE
168ALICE IN CHAINSNO EXCUSES
169SPOONSNOVA HEART
170THE CLASHLONDON CALLING
171WHITE ZOMBIEMORE HUMAN THAN HUMAN
172NIRVANAALL APOLOGIES
173THE WATERBOYSFISHERMAN'S BLUES
174STRANGE ADVANCEWE RUN
175GENERAL PUBLICTENDERNESS
176THE SMASHING PUMPKINSTHIRTY-THREE
177THE SPECIALSA MESSAGE TO YOU, RUDY
178INXSNEED YOU TONIGHT
179NIRVANAHEART-SHAPED BOX
180LOVE & ROCKETSBALL OF CONFUSION
181THE JAMTOWN CALLED MALICE
182TALKING HEADSBURNING DOWN THE HOUSE
183THE STONE ROSESFOOL'S GOLD
184FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOODTHE POWER OF LOVE
185YAZOONOBODY'S DIARY
186FILTERHEY MAN, NICE SHOT
187PIGBAGPAPA'S GOT A BRAND NEW PIGBAG
188DURAN DURANPLANET EARTH
189THE FIXXONE THING LEADS TO ANOTHER
190ENDGAMESFIRST-LAST-FOR EVERYTHING
191U2BAD
192THE POLICEMESSAGE IN A BOTTLE
193STONE TEMPLE PILOTSVASOLINE
194R.E.M.SOUTH CENTRAL RAIN
195RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSGIVE IT AWAY
196DAVID BOWIEHEROES
197BECKTHE NEW POLLUTION
198IGGY POPREAL WILD CHILD
199THE CRANBERRIESLINGER
200RAMONESBLITZKREIG BOP
201DEPECHE MODEPEOPLE ARE PEOPLE
202THE SMITHSTHE BOY WITH THE THORN IN HIS SIDE
203COUNTING CROWSMR. JONES
204BIG COUNTRYIN A BIG COUNTRY
205THE GOO GOO DOLLSNAME
206EVERCLEARSANTA MONICA
207THE SEX PISTOLSGOD SAVE THE QUEEN
208THE PROCLAIMERSI'M GONNA BE (500 MILES)
209DEPECHE MODEMASTER & SERVANT
210THE TRAGICALLY HIPNAUTICAL DISASTER
211THE SMITHSGIRLFRIEND IN A COMA
212SIMPLE MINDSPROMISED YOU A MIRACLE
213THE NAILS88 LINES ABOUT 44 WOMEN
214SQUEEZETEMPTED
215THE CUREFRIDAY, I'M IN LOVE
216MOISTPUSH
217THE CULTRAIN
218FOO FIGHTERSMONKEY WRENCH
219MARTHA & THE MUFFINSECHO BEACH
220BEN FOLDS FIVEBRICK
221NIRVANATHE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD (LIVE)
222THE CULTREVOLUTION
223THE SMASHING PUMPKINSZERO
224PRETENDERSBACK ON THE CHAIN GANG
225NO DOUBTJUST A GIRL
226THE ROMANTICSWHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU
227OUR LADY PEACE4 A.M.
228PORNO FOR PYROSPETS
229PRINCEWHEN DOVES CRY
230CATHERINE WHEELBLACK METALLIC
231BLONDIEHEART OF GLASS
232COLLECTIVE SOULSHINE
233A-HATAKE ON ME
234THE TRAGICALLY HIPTWIST MY ARM
235THE CURELOVE SONG
236BIG AUDIO DYNAMITEE=MC2
237JANE'S ADDICTIONJANE SAYS
238U2THE SWEETEST THING
239BLURGIRLS & BOYS
240UB40 with CHRISSY HYNDEI GOT YOU BABE
241ALICE IN CHAINSROOSTER
242LOVE & ROCKETSYIN & YANG (AND THE FLOWER POT MAN)
243THE CLASHTHIS IS RADIO CLASH
244R.E.M.BANG & BLAME
245THE CHEMICAL BROTHERSSETTING SUN
246THE ICICLE WORKSBIRDS FLY (FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM)
247SOUNDGARDENFELL ON BLACK DAYS
248THE PSYCHEDELIC FURSLOVE MY WAY
249FAITH NO MOREEPIC
250JOE JACKSONIS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM?
251THE OFFSPRINGSELF ESTEEM
252MEN AT WORKDOWN UNDER
253O.M.D.ENOLA GAY
254THE VERVEBITTERSWEET SYMPHONY
255NIRVANADUMB
256GENERATION XDANCING WITH MYSELF
257SPANDAU BALLETTRUE
258TALK TALKLIFE'S WHAT YOU MAKE IT
259EURYTHMICSHERE COMES THE RAIN AGAIN
260SHRIEKBACKNEMESIS
261THE ENGLISH BEATTWIST & CRAWL
262DEVOWHIP IT
263TOOLSOBER
264DAVID BOWIEREBEL REBEL
265THE SPECIALSENJOY YOURSELF
266HOLEMISS WORLD
267THE VIOLENT FEMMESAMERICAN MUSIC
268RADIOHEADKARMA POLICE
269OASISMORNING GLORY
270SIMPLE MINDSNEW GOLD DREAM
271KATE BUSHWUTHERING HEIGHTS
272THE INSPIRIAL CARPETSCOMMERCIAL RAIN
273MINISTRYEVERYDAY IS HALLOWE'EN
274U2ONE
275NEW ORDERTRUE FAITH
276INXSDEVIL INSIDE
277GARBAGEONLY HAPPY WHEN IT RAINS
278THE SISTERS OF MERCYTEMPLE OF LOVE
279THE PIXIESHERE COMES YOUR MAN
280PETER GABRIELBIKO
281LEVEL 42SOMETHING ABOUT YOU
282BUSHGLYCERINE
283THE BUGGLESVIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR
284RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSSUCK MY KISS
285R.E.M.DRIVE
286TALKING HEADSCROSSEYED & PAINLESS
287LENNY KRAVITZALWAYS ON THE RUN
288REAL LIFESEND ME AN ANGEL
289STINGWE'LL BE TOGETHER
290MPOP MUZIK
291HOWARD JONESNEW SONG
292THE FINE YOUNG CANNIBALSSHE DRIVES ME CRAZY
293BILLY BRAGGSEXUALITY
294DEPECHE MODESOMEBODY
295RANCIDTIME BOMB
296XTCDEAR GOD
297CONCRETE BLONDEJOEY
298ECHO & THE BUNNYMENBRING ON THE DANCING HORSES
299THE VELVET UNDERGROUNDSWEET JANE
300YAZOODON'T GO
301HOLEROCK STAR
302DAVID BOWIEASHES TO ASHES
303THE SMITHSPANIC
304O.M.D.IF YOU LEAVE
305MORRISSEYNOVEMBER SPAWNED A MONSTER
306U2SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY
307JOE JACKSONLOOK SHARP
308FOO FIGHTERSI'LL STICK AROUND
309WHEN IN ROMETHE PROMISE
310THE OFFSPRINGGOTTA GET AWAY
311TEARS FOR FEARSSOWING THE SEEDS OF LOVE
312PRETENDERSPRECIOUS
313THE CHARLATANSTHE ONLY ONE I KNOW
314NEW ORDERBLUE MONDAY
315THE BEASTIE BOYSSURESHOT
316ALICE IN CHAINSI STAY AWAY
317JAPANTHE QUIET LIFE
318SILVERCHAIRABUSE ME
319DURAN DURANA VIEW TO A KILL
320LLOYD COLE & THE COMMOTIONSPERFECT SKIN
321LIVESELLING THE DRAMA
322DEPECHE MODEBEHIND THE WHEEL/ROUTE 66
323FOO FIGHTERSEVERLONG
324THE VIOLENT FEMMESBLISTER IN THE SUN
325THE PET SHOPSIT'S A SIN
326JANE'S ADDICTIONSTOP!
327CROWDED HOUSEDON'T DREAM IT'S OVER
328THE BEASTIE BOYSINTERGALACTIC
329THE STONE ROSESI WANNA BE ADORED
330MEN AT WORKWHO CAN IT BE NOW?
331MARILYN MANSONSWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS)
332FAITH NO MOREMIDLIFE CRISIS
333THE SMASHING PUMPKINS1979
334THE BARENAKED LADIESBE MY YOKO ONO
335KRAFTWERKTHE MODEL
336KORNFREAK ON A LEASH
337THE SEX PISTOLSANARCHY IN THE U.K.
338SLOANMONEY CITY MANIACS
339LIMP BIZKITNOOKIE
340THE SISTERS OF MERCYLUCRETIA (MY REFLECTION)
341ALANIS MORISSETTEJOINING YOU
342BILLY IDOLREBEL YELL
343RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINEFREEDOM
344COLLECTIVE SOULGEL
345ERASUREA LITTLE RESPECT
346I MOTHER EARTHANOTHER SUNDAY
347SPLIT ENZI GOT YOU
348THE TEA PARTYSISTER AWAKE
349FINE YOUNG CANNIBALSGOOD THING
350GREEN DAYHITCHIN' A RIDE
351O.M.D.SECRET
352THE TRAGICALLY HIPSCARED
353THE CUREIN-BETWEEN DAYS
354OASISCHAMPAGNE SUPERNOVA
355VISAGEFADE TO GREY
356OUR LADY PEACENAVEED
357TRACY CHAPMANFAST CAR
358AZTEC CAMERAOBLIVIOUS
359THE BANGLESWALK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN
360THE ART OF NOISEPETER GUNN
361SARAH McLACHLANINTO THE FIRE
362SUGAR RAYFLY
363DAVID BOWIEFAME
364THE BARENAKED LADIESENID
365HEAVEN 17LET ME GO
366RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSSOUL TO SQUEEZE
367GENE LOVES JEZEBELDESIRE
368MOISTSILVER
369WHITE ZOMBIETHUNDER KISS '65
370TORI AMOSCRUCIFY
371THE COLOURFIELDI CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOU BABY
372THE ODDSIT FALLS APART
373SQUEEZEPULLING MUSSELS (FROM THE SHELL)
374B-MOVIENOWHERE GIRL
375HUNTERS & COLLECTORSTHROW YOUR ARMS AROUND ME
37654 40LOVE YOU ALL
377INXSTHE ORIGINAL SIN
378SINEAD O'CONNORMANDINKA
379ROUGH TRADEHIGH SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL
380PEARL JAMLAST KISS
381THE PSYCHEDELIC FURSHEAVEN
382JAMESBORN OF FRUSTRATION
383THE TRAGICALLY HIP38 YEARS OLD
384ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONSALISON
385SONIC YOUTHKOOL THING
386THE POLICEWALKING ON THE MOON
387BIG WRECKTHAT SONG
388IAN DURY & THE BLOCKHEADSSEX & DRUGS & ROCK & ROLL
389NINE INCH NAILSWE'RE IN THIS TOGETHER
390THE STRANGLERSSKIN DEEP
391OASISLIVE FOREVER
392THE NORTHERN PIKESSHE AIN'T PRETTY
393DURAN DURANIS THERE SOMETHING I SHOULD KNOW?
394TEMPLE OF THE DOGHUNGER STRIKE
395ROMEO VOIDNEVER SAY NEVER
396FOO FIGHTERSALONE & EASY TARGET
397SIMPLY REDHOLDING BACK THE YEARS
398MATTHEW SWEETGIRLFRIEND
399RUSTYWAKE ME
400THE B-52'SROAM
401U2BULLET THE BLUE SKY
402BLONDIERAPTURE
403PEARL JAMELDERLY WOMAN BEHIND THE COUNTER…
404BLUE PETERDON'T WALK PAST
405THE CARSLET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL
406THE SMASHING PUMPKINSROCKET
407THOMAS DOLBYSHE BLINDED ME WITH SCIENCE
408THE LEMONHEADSINTO YOUR ARMS
40954 40BABY RAN
410THE DREAM ACADEMYLIFE INA NORTHERN TOWN
411THE CULTEDIE (CIAO BABY)
412DEPECHE MODEIT'S NO GOOD
413KATE BUSHHOUNDS OF LOVE
414ECONOLINE CRUSHALL THAT YOU ARE
415HOWARD JONESTHINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER
416ALPHAVILLEBIG IN JAPAN
417OUR LADY PEACEHOPE
418THE CLASHTHE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
419BOOK OF LOVEI TOUCH ROSES
420NIRVANARAPE ME
421SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEESPEEK-A-BOO
422SLOANPEOPLE OF THE SKY
423LOVE & ROCKETSNO NEW TALE TO TELL
424BRONSKI BEATSMALLTOWN BOY
425PETER MURPHYCUTS YOU UP
426ALANIS MORISSETTEHAND IN MY POCKET
427JONA LEWIEYOU'LL ALWAYS FIND ME IN THE KITCHEN…
428BECKTHE DEVIL'S HAIRCUT
429ICEHOUSECRAZY
430BUSHGREEDY FLY
431ECHO & THE BUNNYMENLIPS LIKE SUGAR
432THE TRAGICALLY HIPGIFT SHOP
433THE THEUNCERTAIN SMILE
434TEENAGE HEADLET'S SHAKE
435ALICE IN CHAINSMAN IN THE BOX
436BLIND MELONNO RAIN
437THE SPECIALSCONCRETE JUNGLE
438RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSSCAR TISSUE
439TEARS FOR FEARSCHANGE
440ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONSACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN
441KILLJOYSSOAKED
442BILLY IDOLMONY MONY
443RADIOHEADFAKE PLASTIC TREES
444PUBLIC IMAGE LTD.RISE
44554 40BLAME YOUR PARENTS
446ABCTHE LOOK OF LOVE
447THE SMASHING PUMPKINSDROWN
448PETE SHELLEYHOMOSAPIEN
449SARAH McLACHLANSWEET SURRENDER
450IGGY POPI'M BORED
451STONE TEMPLE PILOTSINTERSTATE LOVE SONG
452BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERSJAMMIN'
453GREEN DAYBRAIN STEW
454FRUERDOOT DOOT
455THE TEA PARTYFIRE IN THE HEAD
456THE BANGLESETERNAL FLAME
457YELLOOH YEAH
458DOUGHBOYSFIX ME
459THE JAMTHAT'S ENTERTAINMENT
460KID ROCKBAWITABA
461BAUHAUSSHE'S IN PARTIES
462THE BARENAKED LADIESLOVERS IN A DANGEROUS TIME
463THE PSYCHEDELIC FURSPRETTY IN PINK
464GARBAGE#1 CRUSH
465R.E.M.CAN'T GET THERE FROM HERE
466A FLOCK OF SEAGULLSI RAN
467THE TRAGICALLY HIPLOOKING FOR A PLACE TO HAPPEN
468THE CUREWHY CAN'T I BE YOU?
469BILLY BRAGGA NEW ENGLAND
470THE INSPIRIAL CARPETSTWO WORLDS COLLIDE
471THE ART OF NOISEMOMENTS IN LOVE
472THE ENGLISH BEATSAVE IT FOR LATER
473NINE INCH NAILSTHE PERFECT DRUG
474SINEAD O'CONNORTHE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
475BLURTHERE'S NO OTHER WAY
476MOISTTANGERINE
477CROWDED HOUSESOMETHING SO STRONG
478THE MIGHY LEMON DROPSINSIDE OUT
479CRACKERLOW
480ADAM ANTGOODY TWO SHOES
481THE TRAGICALLY HIPBOBCAYGEON
482THE NORMALWARM LEATHERETTE
483SOUNDGARDENBURDEN IN MY HAND
484COWBOY JUNKIESSWEET JANE
485THE VERVELUCKY MAN
486RE-FLEXTHE POLITICS OF DANCING
487THE GOO GOO DOLLSLONG WAY DOWN
488THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESSI'M AN ADULT NOW
489MIDGE UREDEAR GOD
490CREEDMY OWN PRISON
491CHINA CRISISWORKING WITH FIRE & STEEL
492NIRVANAABOUT A GIRL (LIVE)
493PRETENDERSMESSAGE OF LOVE
494TOADIESPOSSUM KINGDOM
495THE POLICEWRAPPED AROUND YOUR FINGER
496MOISTLEAVE IT ALONE
497THE FIXXSTAND OR FALL
498I MOTHER EARTHSO GENTLY WE GO
499DEPECHE MODEBLASPHEMOUS RUMOURS
500LENNY KRAVITZMR. CAB DRIVER
501TRIODA DA DA
502WEEZERSAY IT AIN'T SO
503IMAGES IN VOGUECALL IT LOVE
504OASISSUPERSONIC
505SIMPLE MINDSWATERFRONT
506THE CRASH TEST DUMMIESSUPERMAN'S SONG
507THE PET SHOP BOYSOPPORTUNITIES
508EDWINTRIPPIN'
509SOUL ASYLUMRUNAWAY TRAIN
510DAVID BOWIEGOLDEN YEARS
511THE REPLACEMENTSALEX CHILTON
512JOE JACKSONSTEPPIN' OUT
513SLOANTHE GOOD IN EVERYONE
514THE ROMANTICSTALKING IN YOUR SLEEP
515COLLECTIVE SOULLISTEN
516BOW WOW WOWI WANT CANDY
517OUR LADY PEACEJULIA
518MEN AT WORKBE GOOD JOHNNY
519ENYAORINOCCO FLOW
520STONE TEMPLE PILOTSLADY PICTURE SHOW
521TEENAGE HEADSOMETHING ON MY MIND
522JAMESSAY SOMETHING
523STINGIF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY
524SPIRIT OF THE WESTPOLITICAL
525THE VERVE PIPEPHOTOGRAPH
526R.E.M.SUPERMAN
527MIDNIGHT OILBLUE SKY MINE
528SPECIAL A.K.A.FREE NELSON MANDELA
529THE CHARLATANSWEIRDO
530LIVEALL OVER YOU
531THE B-52'SLOVE SHACK
532FOO FIGHTERSMY HERO
533MADNESSOUR HOUSE
534K.M.F.D.M.JUKE JOINT JEZEBEL
535ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS(ANGELS WANNA WEAR MY) RED SHOES
536KATE BUSHTHIS WOMAN'S WORK
537THE CARSMY BEST FRIEND'S GIRL
538THE CRANBERRIESDREAMS
539THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONESTHE IMPRESSION THAT I GET
540COUNTING CROWSROUND HERE
541U2GLORIA
542KRAFTWERKTHE ROBOTS
543TOOLFORTY-SIX & TWO
544THE MISSIONTOWER OF STRENGTH
545DEPECHE MODEENJOY THE SILENCE
546SOUNDGARDENJESUS CHRIST POSE
547LEVEL 42LESSONS IN LOVE
548THE BEASTIE BOYSSO WHAT'CHA WANT?
549FRONT 242HEADHUNTER
550SIMPLE MINDSLOVE SONG
551THE LEMONHEADSIT'S A SHAME ABOUT RAY
552THE STRANGLERSALWAYS THE SUN
553LIMP BIZKITFAITH
554ANNIMOTIONOBSESSION
555THEY MIGHT BE GIANTSISTANBUL (NOT CONSTANTINOPLE)
556EVERCLEAREVERYTHING TO EVERYONE
557ICEHOUSENO PROMISES
558THE CULTURE CLUBDO YOU REALLY WANT TO HURT ME?
559BUSHCOMEDOWN
560FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOODTWO TRIBES
561THE CHEMICAL BROTHERSBLOCK ROCKIN' BEATS
562THE CULTFIRE WOMAN
563AZTEC CAMERAWALK OUT TO WINTER
564SUEDEWE ARE THE PIGS
565PETER SCHILLINGMAJOR TOM
566MORRISSEYSUEDEHEAD
567THE HUMAN LEAGUEKEEP FEELING (FASCINATION)
568THE INSPIRIAL CARPETSDRAGGIN' ME DOWN
569PRINCELET'S GO CRAZY
570THE SOUP DRAGONSI'M FREE
571MATTHEW SWEETSICK OF MYSELF
572PETER GABRIELIN YOUR EYES
573LIMP BIZKITREARRANGED
574THE PATTI SMITH GROUPDANCING BAREFOOT
575ALICE IN CHAINSOVER NOW
576RANCIDRUBY SOHO
577TALK TALKTALK TALK
578ECHO & THE BUNNYMENSILVER
579FAITH NO MOREWE CARE A LOT
580THE JIM CARROLL BANDPEOPLE WHO DIED
581INXSNEVER TEAR US APART
582ECONOLINE CRUSHSPARKLE & SHINE
583U2TWO HEARTS (BEAT AS ONE)
584THE CULTTHE WITCH
585ELTON MOTELLOJET BOY, JET GIRL
586RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINEBULLET IN THE HEAD
58754 40ONE GUN
588THE TRAGICALLY HIPGREASY JUNGLE
589POP WILL EAT ITSELFWISE UP! SUCKER!
590THE CUREBOYS DON'T CRY
591CHALK CIRCLEAPRIL FOOL
592SID VICIOUSMY WAY
593THE PRODIGYFIRESTARTER
594MINISTRYN.W.O.
595I MOTHER EARTHRAIN WILL FALL
596BLONDIEONE WAY OR ANOTHER
597MARILYN MANSONTHE DOPE SHOW
598THE SMITHEREENSA GIRL LIKE YOU
599KILLING JOKEEIGHTIES
600CONCRETE BLONDEGOD IS A BULLET
601BLURCOUNTRY HOUSE
602MOISTRESURRECTION
603FLASH & THE PANHEY ST. PETER
604THE MATTHEW GOOD BANDAPPARITIONS
605YAZOOONLY YOU
606ECONOLINE CRUSHHOME
607TALKING HEADSTAKE ME TO THE RIVER
608RADIOHEADJUST
609DEPECHE MODEEVERYTHING COUNTS
610SARAH McLACHLANDRAWN TO THE RHYTHM
611GREEN DAYWALKING CONTRADICTION
612GENE LOVES JEZEBELMOTION OF LOVE
613ROUGH TRADEALL TOUCH
614CATHERINE WHEELI WANT TO TOUCH YOU
615DEVO(I CAN'T GET NO) SATISFACTION
616THE CLASHGUNS OF BRIXTON
617THE PSYCHEDELIC FURSHEARTBEAT
618ULTRAVOXVIENNA
619PUKKA ORCHESTRALISTEN TO THE RADIO
620BIG AUDIO DYNAMITETHE BOTTOM LINE
621LOU REEDWALK ON THE WILD SIDE
622SOUL ASYLUMSOMEBODY TO SHOVE
623SQUEEZEANOTHER NAIL IN MY HEART
624THE MANIC STREET PREACHERSIF YOU TOLERATE THIS, YOUR CHILDREN…
625PETER GODWINBABY'S IN THE MOUNTAINS
626RAMONESDO YOU REMEMBER ROCK & ROLL RADIO?
627THE BARENAKED LADIESMcDONALD'S GIRL
628ALICE IN CHAINSWOULD?
629SIMPLE MINDSSANCTIFY YOURSELF
630RED HOT CHILI PEPPERSHIGHER GROUND
631OUR LADY PEACEONE MAN ARMY
632BILLY IDOLWHITE WEDDING
633CAKETHE DISTANCE
634NENA99 LUFT BALLOONS
635THE WATCHMENINCARNATE
636THE ENGLISH BEATTEARS OF A CLOWN
637NINE INCH NAILSDEAD SOULS
638THE GRAPES OF WRATHALL THE THINGS I WASN'T
639THE CUREPICTURES OF YOU
640ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOWTHE TIME WARP
641THE CARDIGANSMY FAVOURITE GAME
642THE SMITHSPLEASE PLEASE PLEASE LET ME GET WHAT I WANT
643A-HATHE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON TV
644ALANIS MORISSETTEIRONIC
645THE LOTUS EATERSTHE FIRST PICTURE OF YOU
646THE JESUS & MARY CHAINHEAD ON
647SARAH McLACHLANTHE PATH OF THORNS
648BUSHLITTLE THINGS
649HOWARD JONESNO ONE IS TO BLAME
650FUN LOVIN' CRIMINALSSCOOBY SNACKS
651I MOTHER EARTHUSED TO BE ALRIGHT
652A FLOCK OF SEAGULLSWISHING
653THE DIODESTIRED OF WAKING UP TIRED
654SOUNDGARDENBLOW UP THE OUTSIDE WORLD
655DURAN DURANUNION ON THE SNAKE
656SUZANNE VEGALUKA
657THE HUMAN LEAGUEHUMAN
658BIG WRECKTHE OAF (MY LUCK IS WASTED)
659THE HOTHOUSE FLOWERSDON'T GO
660THE TEA PARTYHEAVEN COMING DOWN
661THE STYLE COUNCILLONG HOT SUMMER
662BLUE PETERRADIO SILENCE
663KIRSTY MacCOLLA NEW ENGLAND
664THE CRYSTAL METHODBUSY CHILD
665THE CRASH TEST DUMMIESMMM MMM MMM MMM
666SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEESSPELLBOUND
667RUSTYSOUL FOR SALE
668BJORKARMY OF ME
669THE POLICEDON'T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME
670THE BREEDERSCANNONBALL
671THE BOXL'AFFAIRE DUMOUTIER (SAY TO ME)
672THE LA'STHERE SHE GOES
673SPOONSARIAS & SYMPHONIES
674HOWARD DEVOTOTHE RAINY SEASON
675CAMPER VAN BEETHOVENTAKE THE SKINHEADS BOWLING
676LLOYD COLE & THE COMMOTIONSRATTLESNAKES
677HAIRCUT ONE HUNDREDLOVE PLUS ONE
678FATBOY SLIMPRAISE YOU
679THE BARENAKED LADIESJANE
680O.M.D.SO IN LOVE
681JOE JACKSONSUNDAY PAPERS
682THE TRAGICALLY HIPSO HARD DONE BY
683THE BANGLESHAZY SHADE OF WINTER
684KILLJOYSTODAY I HATE EVERYONE
685PAUL HARDCASTLE19
686THE CULTWILDFLOWER
687ICEHOUSEELECTRIC BLUE
688R.E.M.SHINY HAPPY PEOPLE
689SPIRIT OF THE WESTHOME FOR A REST
690ROBERT PALMERLOOKING FOR CLUES
691HOLEGOLD DUST WOMAN
692THE MONKSDRUGS IN MY POCKET
693I MOTHER EARTHRASPBERRY
694KATE BUSHBABOOSHKA
69554 40OCEAN PEARL
696WANG CHUNGDANCEHALL DAYS
697STONE TEMPLE PILOTSUNGLUED
698THE CHURCHUNDER THE MILKY WAY
699THE KNACKMY SHARONA
700COUNTING CROWSA LONG DECEMBER

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TV Land List of 100 Catchprases

tvApparently there's a network in the States called TV Land. I'm not sure if it's available here in Canada, but I am certain their list of the 100 greatest catchphrases in TV is. In fact, here's all one hundred for ya, in alphabetical order.

  • "Aaay" (Fonzie, "Happy Days")
  • "And that's the way it is" (Walter Cronkite, "CBS Evening News")
  • "Ask not what your country can do for you ..." (John F. Kennedy)
  • "Baby, you're the greatest" (Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden, "The Honeymooners")
  • "Bam!" (Emeril Lagasse, "Emeril Live")
  • "Book 'em, Danno" (Steve McGarrett, "Hawaii Five-O")
  • "Come on down!" (Johnny Olson, "The Price is Right")
  • "Danger, Will Robinson" (Robot, "Lost in Space")
  • "De plane! De plane!" (Tattoo, "Fantasy Island")
  • "Denny Crane" (Denny Crane, "Boston Legal")
  • "Do you believe in miracles?" (Al Michaels, 1980 Winter Olympics)
  • "D'oh!" (Homer Simpson, "The Simpsons")
  • "Don't make me angry ..." (David Banner, "The Incredible Hulk")
  • "Dyn-o-mite" (J.J., "Good Times")
  • "Elizabeth, I'm coming!" (Fred Sanford, "Sanford and Son")
  • "Gee, Mrs. Cleaver ..." (Eddie Haskell, "Leave it to Beaver")
  • "God'll get you for that" (Maude, "Maude")
  • "Good grief" (Charlie Brown, "Peanuts" specials)
  • "Good night, and good luck" (Edward R. Murrow, "See It Now")
  • "Good night, John Boy" ("The Waltons")
  • "Have you no sense of decency?" (Joseph Welch to Sen. McCarthy)
  • "Heh heh" (Beavis and Butt-head, "Beavis and Butthead")
  • "Here it is, your moment of Zen" (Jon Stewart, "The Daily Show")
  • "Here's Johnny!" (Ed McMahon, "The Tonight Show")
  • "Hey now!" (Hank Kingsley, "The Larry Sanders Show")
  • "Hey hey hey!" (Dwayne Nelson, "What's Happening!!")
  • "Hey hey hey!" (Fat Albert, "Fat Albert")
  • "Holy (whatever), Batman!" (Robin, "Batman")
  • "Holy crap!" (Frank Barone, "Everybody Loves Raymond")
  • "Homey don't play that!" (Homey the Clown, "In Living Color")
  • "How sweet it is!" (Jackie Gleason, "The Jackie Gleason Show")
  • "How you doin'?" (Joey Tribbiani, "Friends")
  • "I can't believe I ate the whole thing" (Alka Seltzer ad)
  • "I know nothing!" (Sgt. Schultz, "Hogan's Heroes")
  • "I love it when a plan comes together" (Hannibal, "The A-Team")
  • "I want my MTV!" (MTV ad)
  • "I'm Larry, this is my brother Darryl ..." (Larry, "Newhart")
  • "I'm not a crook ..." ( Richard Nixon)
  • "I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV" (Vicks Formula 44 ad)
  • "I'm Rick James, bitch!" (Dave Chappelle as Rick James, "Chappelle's Show")
  • "Is that your final answer?" ( Regis Philbin, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire")
  • "It keeps going and going and going ..." (Energizer Batteries ad)
  • "It takes a licking ..." (Timex ad)
  • "Jane, you ignorant slut" ( Dan Aykroyd to Jane Curtin, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "Just one more thing ..." (Columbo, "Columbo")
  • "Let's be careful out there" (Sgt. Esterhaus, "Hill Street Blues")
  • "Let's get ready to rumble!" (Michael Buffer, various sports events)
  • "Live long and prosper" (Spock, "Star Trek")
  • "Makin' whoopie" (Bob Eubanks, "The Newlywed Game")
  • "Mom always liked you best" (Tommy Smothers, "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour")
  • "Never assume ..." (Felix Unger, "The Odd Couple")
  • "Nip it!" (Barney Fife, "The Andy Griffith Show")
  • "No soup for you!" (The Soup Nazi, "Seinfeld")
  • "Norm!" ("Cheers")
  • "Now cut that out!" (Jack Benny, "The Jack Benny Program")
  • "Oh, my God! They killed Kenny!" (Stan and Kyle, "South Park")
  • "Oh, my nose!" (Marcia Brady, "The Brady Bunch")
  • "One small step for man ..." (Neil Armstrong)
  • "Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?" (Grey Poupon ad)
  • "Read my lips: No new taxes!" (George H.W. Bush)
  • "Resistance is futile" (Picard as Borg, "Star Trek: The Next Generation")
  • "Say good night, Gracie" (George Burns, "The Burns & Allen Show")
  • "Schwing!" (Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as Wayne and Garth, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy" (Lloyd Bentsen to Dan Quayle)
  • "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids" (Trix cereal ad)
  • "Smile, you're on `Candid Camera'" ("Candid Camera")
  • "Sock it to me" ("Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In")
  • "Space, the final frontier ..." (Capt. Kirk, "Star Trek")
  • "Stifle!" (Archie Bunker, "All in the Family")
  • "Suit up!" (Barney Stinson, "How I Met Your Mother")
  • "Tastes great! Less filling!" (Miller Lite beer ad)
  • "Tell me what you don't like about yourself" (Dr. McNamara and Dr. Troy, "Nip/Tuck")
  • "That's hot" (Paris Hilton, "The Simple Life")
  • "The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat" (Jim McKay, "ABC's Wide World of Sports")
  • "The tribe has spoken" (Jeff Probst, "Survivor")
  • "The truth is out there" (Fox Mulder, "The X-Files")
  • "This is the city ..." (Sgt. Joe Friday, "Dragnet")
  • "Time to make the donuts" ("Dunkin' Donuts" ad)
  • "Two thumbs up" (Siskel & Ebert, "Siskel & Ebert")
  • "Up your nose with a rubber hose" (Vinnie Barbarino, "Welcome Back, Kotter")
  • "We are two wild and crazy guys!" (Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd as Czech playboys, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "Welcome to the O.C., bitch" (Luke, "The O.C.")
  • "Well, isn't that special?" (Dana Carvey as the Church Lady, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "We've got a really big show!" (Ed Sullivan, "The Ed Sullivan Show")
  • "Whassup?" (Budweiser ad)
  • "What you see is what you get!" (Geraldine, "The Flip Wilson Show")
  • "Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis?" (Arnold Drummond, "Diff'rent Strokes")
  • "Where's the beef?" (Wendy's ad)
  • "Who loves you, baby?" (Kojak, "Kojak")
  • "Would you believe?" (Maxwell Smart, "Get Smart")
  • "Yabba dabba do!" (Fred Flintstone, "The Flintstones")
  • "Yada, yada, yada" ("Seinfeld")
  • "Yeah, that's the ticket" (Jon Lovitz as the pathological liar, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "You eeeediot!" (Ren, "Ren & Stimpy")
  • "You look mahvelous!" (Billy Crystal as Fernando, "Saturday Night Live")
  • "You rang?" (Lurch, "The Addams Family")
  • "You're fired!" (Donald Trump, "The Apprentice")
  • "You've got spunk ..." (Lou Grant, "The Mary Taylor Moore Show")

On Friday I'll list my five favourite.

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