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All Time Top Ten
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Presenting All Time Top Ten. Each week a new topic, a new guest, a new top ten list. Top Ten Songs About The Future? Nailed it....


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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:
http://ninajosmith.com

Find out more info on Rain Perry's documentary The Shopkeeper at:
http://www.shopkeepermovie.com

If you want more of these musical gems, check out Songs For Donald Trump Volume 1 in the archives:
https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/episode-234-top-ten-songs-for-donald-trump-wmike-vanessa-axelsen/

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/6vurieTo5uAkS1TP6Dabzl

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:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/3RHPVK1MyNM44t9lKGSgm0

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.
Vol. 1:
https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/episode-155-top-ten-rage-inducing-songs-wdj-hostettler-dixie-jacobs-of-body-futures/
Vol. 2:
https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/episode-210-top-ten-rage-inducing-songs-volume-2-wmatt-dinan/

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:
http://dawsangeles.com

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/0RYoj3J68UOESU4fjnB2xv

August 04, 2017 08:44 AM PDT

On the first Friday of every month, ATTT is offering a chance to go back and hear one from the archives, and we'll leave it here for the rest of the month. Here's an oldie but a goodie:

Punk rock music has a weird and fascinating origin story. With that in mind, Ben is joined via Skype by fellow rock n' roll history junkie and good pal Chris Van Gompel for a thorough and entertaining attempt to dissect it. Chris and Ben pour over decades of raw, energetic and in some cases not-for-the-faint-of-heart music to bring the 20 greatest songs that inspired and influenced The Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Nirvana, Green Day and everything in between. These songs and artists deserve credit and/or blame for punk.

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/1dgdW0IKFWHCnE73h92S9j

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.

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/6ZdQfGi94IyJwjNqEtnAWR

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

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/6sKpFZ1jzJmRVs0LGjgXFb

July 17, 2017 09:33 AM PDT

Do we exist? Yes, we're pretty sure of this fact. What's forever unclear is the question of WHY we exist. Philosophers and scholars have been debating this for centuries and it's no surprise that some amazing songwriters have just as many compelling answers. Existentialism in music is a veritable gold mine of great songs. The irreplaceable Gabe Scalone begins and ends his whirlwind farewell tour here. Gabe is departing the sunny skies of Los Angeles for the bug-filled hellscapes of Maryland and we will miss him dearly. We're so lucky to have him back on the podcast one last time before his departure and felt it was our duty to bring back the topic of Existential Songs, of which Gabe is well-versed. Sartre, Kierkegaard, Neitzsche, Scalone. The universe is fleeting. All is meaningless, except for music.

Listen to Existential Songs Volume 1 at our archive page, please.
https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/episode-228-top-ten-existential-songs-volume-1-wgabe-scalone/

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/61pctpRNKdEfhvR3PAqyz1

July 10, 2017 08:53 AM PDT

Whether you're looking back at it, hopelessly in the middle of it, or daydreaming of what it will be like, the act of growing up is something we all go through. Some of us grow up faster than others, some of us aren't quite there yet. There's no winners or losers in this race, in fact it's not even a race. Coming of age and all that goes with it is a potential goldmine to a thoughtful songwriter, and ATTT has the best of the best submitted for your approval. Ben is joined by first-time co-host Geoff Pearlman, and the two lads trade bits of nostalgia and insight, while counting down some of the funniest, saddest and heartwarming songs all about that rite of passage we experience, like it or not.

Geoff Pearlman is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Follow his work on stage and in studio by visiting his Reverbnation page:
https://www.reverbnation.com/geoffpearlman

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/3mlXU6QwKTqhertnvBvJ7M

July 03, 2017 08:38 AM PDT

Pete, Roger, John & Keith. Except for possibly a certain Fab Four, there has never been a rock band comprised of four more completely unique individuals. In the case of The Who, or The 'Ooo, as they are affectionately known, here we have four individuals who all think they're playing the lead instrument. This dynamic has resulted in some of the most visceral and vital music ever made, with a live show that tops the recordings, if that was even possible. This is music by mods, music by gods and music by and for anyone who's ever felt like an outcast. No wonder The Who were the precursors to punk rock. Nobody ever made music that was so expansive sonically yet so personal and intimate lyrically. Anyway, we could go on, but we'd rather hear some amazing music. Joining the podcast is Chris Price, singer, songwriter, producer, multi-multi-multi-instrumentalist and someone who, as you'll find out, knows this band well. Enjoy the best of The freaking Who!

Chris' new album Stop Talking is getting overwhelming praise from everywhere, and deservedly so. Hear more here------>
http://www.thisischrisprice.com

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/6aB48sSAvBOjz7O2keY8kQ

June 26, 2017 09:01 AM PDT

Has the big hectic city got you feeling overwhelmed? Come to the 'burbs where every day is an adventure. Glide past rows of houses and perfectly manicured lawns. See friendly faces that smile 24 hours a day, whether they secretly hate you or not. Despite the suffocating banality, this sprawling paradise remains the ideal living situation for millions. However, if you look closely, the suburban lifestyle isn't always what it seems. Sometimes buried in the housing tracts, a lonely soul will be crying out for a sense of identity away from the malls and rigid conformity. Taken from an artist's point of view, suburbia is a fascinating subject and has inspired some of the best songs ever written. Ben is joined by Josh Burnell and Jeni Lane of the Beatdown Podcast to play the best odes to the outskirts of town, where you're free to be just like everyone else.

Josh and Jen, along with Ed Giordiano have embarked on their 3rd podcast called Beatdown. ATTT's Ben Eisen was a guest on a recent episode. Here's the link and be sure to subscribe on iTunes to hear more:
http://www.beatdownpodcast.com/e/round-016-songs-about-growing-up/

Stream this playlist on Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/user/alltimetopten/playlist/6HAhgpunJi6tgMj6RKARZ1

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