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September 17, 2017 03:09 PM PDT

There's a certain classic notion of a punk. Punks are people who live outside of societal norms, the downtrodden and defiant, people that get spat on just as much as they themselves spit on authority and the idea of a structured middle-of-the-road boring life. The idea of two of these people falling in love has a certain gutter romanticism to it that's fascinating. Behold the Punk Rock Love Song, in all of it's cynical yet heartfelt glory. Longtime Pal Of The Podcast Ryan Stockstad has been making a Punk Rock Love Song mixtape his entire life, and he joins Ben in GoodList Studios for a Super-Sized episode, busting out 15 classic tracks each, for what we consider the ultimate Punk Rock Love Song playlist.

Ryan's YouTube series Halloween Horror Picks is about to enter another season. Get caught up on episodes you missed here:

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For even more Punk Rock Love Songs, we invite you to Ryan's personal Spotify playlist, featuring 70+ tracks of awesomeness:

September 11, 2017 09:10 AM PDT

Out here in Hollyweird, movies come and go, and most are instantly forgettable. The rare few that stand the test of time have one or two things that make them memorable and keep you coming back for a 3rd, 4th, or 15th rewatch. Movie soundtracks have changed over time but not that long ago the mighty Movie Theme Song was a must for your flick to bust some serious blocks. A film writer and director himself, Sir Matt Dinan knows a thing or two about fine cinema, and he joins the podcast for another dive into film soundtracks, this time with a laser focus on songs specifically written for the films they're featured in. You have to do your research for this one, and Matt & Ben do a capable job busting out some all time classics as well as a few forgotten rarities. Get your popcorn.

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September 08, 2017 08:41 AM PDT

On the first (or second) Friday of each month All Time Top Ten will re-release an archived podcast we think you guys would like and leave it up for an entire month. For September we're not going back too far into the archives, only about a year, but we think it's imperative that anyone who hasn't heard this particular episode should hear it. This week we lost Walter Becker, who was one half of the great Steely Dan, and one of the most brilliant minds in rock history. Here's our Steely Dan episode, from 2016.

This is a podcast for music geeks by music geeks, and we can't think of a band that brings musicians and geekery together like Steely Dan. From the streets of collegiate New York came Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, a dynamic duo that took the musicianship and flair of great jazz and fused it with a rock edge. Add in a sardonic wit and deceptively dark subject matter, and you get one of the most unique musical acts of the past 40 years. First-time guests Erik Desiderio and Matt Ferguson fit the bill as big time Dan fans, and they run the show with their top ten lists, while Ben moderates. There are stories, bits of amazing trivia, and of course the stellar music from the geniuses that brought you jazz rock perfection. Listen and you'll become an instant fan.

September 04, 2017 08:45 AM PDT

Smooth. That's the best one-word description possible to describe the soft rock sounds of 1976-1982 which was known as the 'west coast sound' at the time. Some years later this genre of music that featured some of the greatest songwriters, producers, singers and session musicians the world has ever known would be christened 'yacht rock' in a sort of tongue-in-cheek way by some smartasses on YouTube and the moniker stuck. In the past 7 or 8 years a whole new generation of fans have been introduced to the smoothest smooth music ever made, and while some scoff and some like it 'ironically', there's no denying the artistry, the songwriting and especially the musicianship. A big devotee of the genre since way back in the day, Pal-Of-The-Podcast David Daskal has been chomping at the bit to do an all-Yacht Rock episode, and the Pod Gods have granted him his wish, as David and Ben count down the best of the best. Don your Captain's hat and come hit the open sea with us.

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August 28, 2017 10:18 AM PDT

All Time Top Ten's Aggro August is winding down and we're still feeling salty, and so we have one more podcast to present before we take the proverbial chill pill and move on. Much like all the great thinkers of human history - Socrates, Albert Einstein, Frank Costanza - we march to the beat of our own drums. We have opinions on music that may not gel with the masses but that's how we like it. GoodList Studios is proud to welcome music supervisor, music copyright specialist, rugged individualist and the living embodiment of chaos, the mercurial Jeff Gray to the podcast to chat about our most unpopular but righteous opinions about all things music. Ben and Jeff have agreed to put their reps on the line for your amusement and each have found 10 items of truth, as they see it, about some of your favorite music and the music biz. Don't @ us.

Jeff can be seen all around LA at live events and whatnot. Check out his free bi-monthly showcase Hunnypot for a true variety show every other Monday night.

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August 20, 2017 07:08 AM PDT

All Time Top Ten's #AggroAugust hits its stride with our 3rd airing of grievances on the most irritating, hot-and-sticky, about-to-go-back-to-school month of the year; and boy do we have a lot to be aggravated about. First-time podcast guests, stalwart free-thinkers and righteous babes Nina Jo Smith and Rain Perry grace GoodList Studios with another batch of songs directed at and reflected in our dear leader, 45, with songs about liars, con-artists, megalomaniacs and racists. We really hate getting political on what's supposed to be a fun music podcast but every once in a while a problem becomes so dire that we have to speak out. If any Trump supporters care to sit this one out, we understand but at the same time we hope you'll hear our message, which is that the President Of The United States is a job that comes with great honor and responsibility, and we miss having one that understands this. And we've got great songs to back us up.

PS. This episode was taped a few weeks ago, so some of our references, The Mooch in particular, are now a bit dated. Sorry...

Nina Jo Smith's music can be heard and enjoyed at her website:

Find out more info on Rain Perry's documentary The Shopkeeper at:

If you want more of these musical gems, check out Songs For Donald Trump Volume 1 in the archives:

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August 14, 2017 10:21 AM PDT

Since 2011, we here at ATTT pride ourselves on providing only the most quality of music for your earholes. However, once in a while we like to revel in the fact that there are tons of songs out there that are seemingly written only to piss us off due to sheer terribleness. These are songs that are so awful and/or irritating that we can't help but be filled with white hot RAGE. Aggro August takes things up a notch with the 3rd installment of Top Ten Rage-Inducing Songs, and who better to help us tackle the subject than beloved Pals Of The Podcast Adam Sears and Diane Stroud, who really have brought their Rage Game to this highly ridiculous episode. We'd apologize in advance, but at this point you should consider yourself warned. Disclaimer: All Time Top Ten is not responsible for smashed stereos and iPods. Good luck.

We're not sure why you'd want to but you can stream this playlist on Spotify:

While you're at it, check out Rage-Inducing Songs Volumes 1 and 2 at our archive page. We promise your ears will only bleed temporarily.
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August 07, 2017 08:50 AM PDT

It's August. In other words, it's oppressively hot and sticky and school is right around the corner. In other words, we're aggravated. ATTT is trying out another theme month for size and we'd like to welcome you to Aggro August. If that name pisses you off, good. You're in the right frame of mind. We're kicking AA off with a podcast about the greatest rock frontmen and women who specialize in a vocal style best described as a mighty ear-piercing blood-curdling scream. Top Ten Rock N Roll Screamers is co-hosted by a man who eats 3 packs of cigarettes a day in addition to the 2 he smokes, so he's quite familiar with this abrasive topic. You're in for a treat - great rock screaming and the dulcet tones of The Voice of the one and only Mike Dawson. Grab a lozenge and join us.

Mike and That Voice are becoming a hot commodity in the audio book world. Check out his latest - Mistrial by Mark Geragos & Pat Harris. Details about this and more here:

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July 30, 2017 11:50 PM PDT

There's something to be said for complete originality in rock n' roll. In fact, it's almost everything. Even if they never write a single song in their lifetimes, original artists shine with a sound and/or feel that's 100% their own. Often these unique talents are best served as interpreters of other people's songs. This is a gift that shouldn't be taken lightly. Whether or not you have your own songs, being adept at interpreting the songs of others is a skill we should all revere. After all, Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra are just as important to rock & pop history as Willie Nelson and Tori Amos, and all four of them have this in common - they sound great singing other people's songs. The distinguished Chrissy Olsen returns for her 3rd podcast, this time we celebrate those artists who bring others' works into their own little musical worlds and make new art that sometimes exceeds the original.

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July 24, 2017 09:04 AM PDT

The music of the 1990s is as diverse as any decade. It followed an evolution that took us from the final years of bad 80s overproduced crap and the death spiral of hair metal all the way to nu metal and the glittering pop stars that inhabited the next decade. What happened in between was pretty great - the heyday of hip hop, the Seattle sound, Brit pop, the early years of EDM, and rock n roll's last vital years. Special guest singer/songwriter extraordinaire Shannon Hurley joins the podcast for a healthy debate as we pose the question: What was better, the music of 1990-1994 or the music of 1995-1999? Opinions are shared, tempers flare, feelings are hurt, great music is heard throughout.

Shannon Hurley's 5th studio album New Day is available now. Find out more at http://shannonhurley.com

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