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January 13, 2017 09:34 AM PST

It's so surprise that the decade that featured peak Neil Diamond, peak Barry Manilow, Bread, The Captain & freaking Tennille and The Starland Vocal Band is chocked full of guilty pleasure goodness. Music was king in the 70's and every genre had it's share of overly-polyestered cheese that somehow you couldn't help but love, even if you wouldn't admit it to your friends. This week's dyno-mite podcast, Top Ten Guilty Pleasures Of The 70's, features the first of hopefully many appearances from the more-than-capable unabashed lover of all things music, the decidedly not guilty DJ Morty Coyle. Ben and Morty comb through the songs that you know and won't admit you love, as well as some you may not know you love, until now. Listen to this one discreetly, lest you be embarrassed and banished to K-Tel Records purgatory forever. You were warned.

Morty's band All Day Sucker is going strong in 2017 with new recordings on the way. Find out more at http://www.alldaysucker.net

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January 06, 2017 08:48 AM PST

This past calendar year is going to go down in history for many reasons, and not all of them kind. In spite of disastrous elections and celebrity deaths, we here at ATTT consider ourselves to be eternal optimists. Yes it's true the Cubs did win the World Series in 2016, yes it's true The Monkees released a collection of music that bests anything they've done in 45 years, and yes it's true that despite almost none of them receiving proper exposure or airplay, 2016 was a year of great songs. From jazz and country to pop, metal, punk, hip hop, indie and straight up rock n roll, 2016 had a lot to offer, if you could find it. Ben is joined for our annual year-in-review episode by ATTT all-stars Shannon Hurley & David Daskal for a super-sized mega episode. 3 Top Ten lists, 30 songs. One fantastic year... for music.

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December 30, 2016 10:11 AM PST

In what was probably the most politically-charged year around the globe since 1968, 2016 holds the distinction for also being a year of great tragedy and loss. So many of our beloved actors, sports figures and artists said goodbye this year, and there's little doubt that the music community was hit the hardest. From larger-than-life superstars to half-forgotten legends to unsung innovators, music fans were left bowing their heads in mourning all year. Ben is joined by musician/songwriter/producer Steve Deutsch to pay tribute as we all should. These are the best and brightest in music that we lost this year. We can take comfort in knowing that their music will live on forever.

Steve's musical world is best explored here:

Note - This episode was taped on December 17th, so please forgive us for not mentioning the tragic passings of George Michael, Alphonse Mouzon (Weather Report), Rick Parfitt (Status Quo), and others that we missed in the interim.

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December 23, 2016 09:20 AM PST

The tradition of Festivus begins with the airing of grievances. We've got a lot of problems with you people, and now you're gonna hear about it! 2016 gave us plenty of fodder for this episode as Ben is joined by the delightfully salty Diane Stroud as they count down their favorite songs about the things that get on our nerves. Happy Festivus to one and all!

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December 16, 2016 09:25 AM PST

What can we say about the enigmatic Tori Amos that she hasn't said about herself already? "Some of the most wonderful people in the world are the ones who don't fit into boxes." Over the years, few have tried to fit her a into box and they've all failed miserably. She's a true artist - imaginative, fierce, uncompromising, funny, colorful, and insanely talented as a musician, singer and songwriter. This week's podcast attempts to capture Tori Amos' music in a tribute that fits her. This weeks guests are 2 of the biggest Toriphiles on Earth, having seen her live more than 70 times combined and as obsessive as only true Tori fans can be. Ben moderates while Gabe Scalone and Chrissy Olsen take over the podcast this week with 2 top ten lists as eclectic and diverse as Tori's music. To the real Ears With Feet, we hope we did you proud, to the uninitiated and curious, buckle up.

Tori helped found America's largest anti-sexual violence organization, RAINN. Find out how you can help them or how they can help you here:

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December 09, 2016 08:16 AM PST

When done correctly, the glorious power ballad is a thing to behold. The majesty, the soaring vocals, the acoustic sweetness combined with the electric crunch, the bombast, the singalong choruses, the sincerity, and of course, the cheese. They germinated in the 70's, were perfected in the 80's and as you'll come to understand here, were refined and molded in the 90's. A 90's power ballad has range. From the hair metal leftovers to the pop sheen of the late decade, great power ballads not only existed in the 1990's, they thrived. For Top Ten Power Ballads Of The 90's Ben is joined by musician, writer, film director and 1990's rock n roll enthusiast Raf Jordan to tackle a topic that some thought wasn't worthy. As a matter of fact, we're not worthy.

Raf's new band The Alarmed has music you can check out this very minute. Here's their Bandcamp page:

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December 02, 2016 09:03 AM PST

On December 4th 2011 a little podcast called All Time Top Ten With Ryan And Ben premiered to the world starring a couple of nobodies named Ryan Blake and Ben Eisen. The ensuing 5 years have featured 242 themes, 5213 songs, 76 different guest hosts and thousands of hours of inane chatter followed by sublime music. We're really proud of what we've accomplished over the course of 5 years. Even though Ryan Blake is now merely a guest host who pops in now and again, this show is still run by a bunch of nobodies. However, it has been a ton of fun and is showing no signs of slowing down. To the contrary, Season 6 promises to be action-packed with tons of new guests, topics and ridiculousness. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, enjoy this anniversary episode. Karaoke Classics Vol. 2 is pretty self-explanatory, but what's special here is we've brought in some of your favorite guest hosts - Jeff Axelrod, David Daskal, Shannon Hurley, Tony Ross, Ryan Blake, Summer Blake, Matt Dinan, Thad Wawro, Susan Atkinson, Ryan Stockstad, Gabe Scalone and Joe Lavelle. Recorded live at Max Karaoke Studios in West LA, CA, this hot mess of an episode is our little thanks to you all for listening and here's hoping for another 5 years!

Karaoke Classics Volume 1 is an episode to behold if you haven't beheld it yet. Find it here at our archive page:

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November 18, 2016 09:03 AM PST

The only higher form of flattery than imitation is a tribute song. Even the most non-egotistical amongst us would blush at the idea of someone writing a song about us. A tribute song to other musicians is an even greater way to show a fellow artist that you care, even if the song makes fun of said artist. That's what we're all about for the Season 5 finale of All Time Top Ten. Aussie pal Maurice Burzstynski joins via Skype all the way from Melbourne to count down the best songs that are all about real musicians. There's praise, there's scorn, there's ridicule and there's mourning a loss. Whatever was written, it's the thought that counts. See you all in Season 6!

Maurice is host/co-host of 2 amazing podcasts.
"Love That Album" can be enjoyed here: http://lovethatalbum.podbean.com
"See Hear" is here:

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November 11, 2016 09:04 AM PST

As All Time Top Ten's glorious Season 5 winds down, it's time for another installment of our favorite annual tradition. Sir Dustin Prince returns as our resident cover songs specialist and we knock out another list of the best songs that were reimagined, retooled, repurposed, rebuilt or brought to their true potential by artists that, in some cases, claimed rightful ownership of someone else's song by sheer force of their brilliance. There's not much else to say other than Enjoy.

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If you haven't already heard them, Cover Songs Volumes 1-4 are required listening. Here are the archive links:
Volume 1:
Volume 2:
Volume 3:
Volume 4:

November 04, 2016 09:15 AM PDT

It's the first weekend in November of leap year. In America that can only mean one thing - it's time to VOTE for a new President, as well as a vast majority of Congress, local leaders and an endless array of ballot initiatives set to do everything from paying for schools to legalizing marijuana. It's a great time to be alive, because we the people can truly make a difference this week, if we use our power. To get you in the mood, Ben and his illustrious co-host, filmmaker Ryan Stockstad have done what some thought impossible. They've found 20 worthy candidates to be elected Top Ten Modern Protest Songs. Believe it or not, since 1990 there have been some amazing protest songs, they just haven't all stormed the pop charts like the great ones from the 60's. You'll be surprised, engaged, enraged and motivated, in that order. Check out these tunes and then get out there and VOTE!

Ryan's web series Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks is great food for the horror junkie who wants to extend Halloween year round. Watch 'em here and help out their Kickstarter:

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