I missed you! Not enough to return to full time podcasting but I did contact some of our lovely, talented, beautiful regulars to help put together a one off My Top 5 Christmas Special. So I hope you’re enjoying a nice break and eating your body weight in gravy and stuffing. Here’s to a Happy Christmas and an Excellent 2009!
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Just a little side note. This podcast won’t show up with iTunes Store podcast feed because wordpress.com is a restrictive bastard. If anyone has a free filehost I can fix it but otherwise you’ll have to just download it from the site.
So here we are, the final podcast. I want to give a very big thank you to everyone who has supported My Top Five over the last year. I’ve had fun making it and interacting with you guys and hope you’ve enjoyed it too. I won’t say this a final goodbye and hopefully you’ll keep in touch at my other blog: Nerdrock. If you’re still craving a top five fix, then the archive will still be available for download. It’s been emotional.
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Thank you Rapture Ponies and all the comments section for helping create a wonderfully guilty and pleasurable podcast.
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Unfortunately, after much thought I’ve decided to call it a day with My Top Five. Next week is the 1 year anniversary and I thought we could go out with 1 more final fantastic podcast. So my theme for next week is My Top Five Farewell Tunes. We couldn’t part ways without a goodbye!
Here are My Top Five what are yours.
5. Should I stay or should I go now,
4. Sally Mclenanne, The Pogues
3. Say hello, Wave Goodbye. Soft Cell
2.That’s no way to say Goodbye, Leonard Cohen
1. So long farewell, Sound of Music OST
Bam-chicka-wah wah! That was an fantastic sexy podcast! Kudos to all of you for your sexy suggestions!
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So for next week we have a very cool Top Five from a very cool blogger. Rapture Ponies has kindly extended her “Guilty pleasures” posts into a My Top 5 theme for the podcast. So whether it’s cheesy 80’s, embarrassing pop or perhaps that difficult nu-metal phase you went through in school, we want to hear your musical guilty pleasures!
Here’s 5 from the wonderful RP (check out her blog here). What are yours?
5. Here I Go Again, Whitesnake
4. Rhinestone Cowboy, Glen Campbell
3. We Built This City, Starship
2. I touch myself, The Divinals
1. La Camisa Negra by Juanes
Leave comments to make it into the RP Guilty Pleasures Podcast!
Once again, time difference and a shoddy internet connection mean this weeks podcast is a little late but well worth the wait! Check out our beautiful collection of brooding, menacing, moody tunes here.
Next we have a very cheeky podcast. I’m looking for your Top Sexy Songs. As usual, we’re keeping things loose and flexible here so you can pick songs about sex, that just sound sexy or you think would make good music to do naughty things to. Whatever you’re into!
Here are my Top Five, leave your suggestions to be included in next weeks podcast
5. Hercules and The Love Affair, Hercules Theme (perfect disco porn!)
4. Art Brut, Jealous Guy. A song about trying to get it on when your other half just wants to sleep.
3. Belle & Sebastian, Step into my office. Best office based innuendo ever.
2. Death From Above 1979, Sexy Results
1. Marvin Gaye, Sexual Healing. The ultimate
Leave comments to get played in the sexy podcast!
Thanks for all the great suggestions last week. They were supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Check out the podcast with long named songs here!
Next week, we’re getting dark and threatening with My Top 5 Mean and Moody Songs. We’re talking about songs that are menacing, sulking and either put you in a dark place or keep you there. Here are My Top Five but you can pick whatever you’re interpretation of mean and moody as well. Get commenting!
5. Of Montreal, We were born the mutants again with leafling
4. Super Extra Bonus Party, Drone Rock
3. Metronomy, This could be beautiful, it is
2. Hot Chip, The Warning
1. Radiohead, Idioteque
Greetings from Seattle, sorry bout the slight delay in the ‘cast but I’ve have trouble stealing wifi. We have a pretty eclectic mix for our Songs about Travel podcast. Check it out!
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For next week, we’re looking for great songs with big names. It’s very easy, just comment with your favourite songs with really long names. Podcast will be up next week.
Here’s My Top Five
5. Black Kids, I’m not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance with you
4. The Boy Least Likely To, I’m glad I hitched my apple wagon to your star
3. Beulah, If We can land a man on the moon then surely i can win your heart
2. Los Campesinos, This how you spell HAHA, we destroyed the hopes and dreams of a generation of faux-romantics
1. Sufjan Stevens, They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!
Jenna took over the reins last week and delivered a top notch theme and selection for you to enjoy. Check out here Top Five Quintessential Songs That Represent a Genre Podcast here.
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I’m going away for a good while but that’s not gonna stop the podcast. Since I’m travelling I thought it would be cool to do a travelling songs top five. Whether it’s moving house or moving country, going on holiday or a roadtrip, there are countless songs about travelling and moving. Here’s My Top Five what are yours.
5. Holiday, Weezer
4. Proud Mary, Creedance Clearwater Revival
3. Road to Nowhere, Talking Heads
2. I’ve been everywhere, Johnny Cash
1. Let’s Get Out of this Country, Camera Obscura
N.B. Due to my travelling the next podcast is going to be in a fortnight (9th Oct)
Give hearty “Up Yours!” to the whatever is keeping you down with our excellent Protest Podcast! Thanks for all the suggestions especially those from our new blog buddies, Sheena and Mark (updated blogroll)
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For next week we have a Guest Top Fiver, in the form of Jenna! from the Pulp and Circumstance Blog. Her Top Five aims to distill the essence of individual genres of music into single songs. So which song waves the Punk banner for you? Or Indie? Or Classic Rock? Or Lo-fi anti-folk thrash? Whatever you’re into, let us know what song represents it best!
5. Gang Starr – Soliloquy of Chaos (hip hop)
4. Juan Atkins as Cybotron with Rick Davis – Alleys of Your Mind (the birth of techno)
3. Daniel Miller as The Normal – Warm Leatherette (post punk DIY basement electronica)
2. Henry Thomas – Fox and The Hounds (Early African-American blues)
1. Pulp – Common People (Britpop)
Sigh…. sooth your yearning heart with our excellent unrequited love podcast. Thanks for your help in making it. Download it here.
5. Clampdown, The Clash
4. War, Edwin Starr
3. Road to Joy, Bright Eyes
2. Sunday Bloody Sunday, U2
1. What’s Going On? Marvin Gaye