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All Time Top Ten
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January 13, 2020 04:00 AM PST

To be under-appreciated is to be snubbed, to be left out of the conversation as to who is the greatest of the greatest. To be under-appreciated properly you have to be snubbed by the critics, the snobs, and even the lowly hipsters. You can't even get into a discussion about being snubbed by the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame to qualify. To be deemed worthy amongst die hard fans and little else is to be under-appreciated, and the 1980s definitely had its fair share of artists and bands that just don't get the due they deserve. Luckily for our listeners, ATTT is proud to welcome back comedian and host extraordinaire Frank Nicotero, who (still) has the stacks of records and cassettes to prove himself as an authority on 1980s music. He freaking lived it, people. Frank joins the pod for a discussion and a countdown of the most deserving bands and artists of the 80s that deserve praise and don't get enough of it.

Frank is performing stand up all of LA and beyond. Follow him on Instagram to find out about future dates and whatnot:

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January 06, 2020 04:00 AM PST

As we put one decade to bed and dive head first into a new one, we here at ATTT HQ feel it is our solemn duty to stick up for a year as insanely crappy as 2019 was by showing how even a year that was a dumpster fire of a train wreck can still have a kick ass soundtrack, if you know where to look. Thankfully, Shannon Hurley, Linda Trujillo and David Daskal have done their homework, and we finish our count down with #10-#1 of our doubly-fun 2-part episode.

If you missed Part 1, check out our picks for #20-#11 here:

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Join the Patreon Club today! January's episode - Top Ten Bands With Male & Female Lead Singers - is out now:

Listen to more Lovers & Poets, if you know what's good for you!

Get crafty with Linda Trujillo over on the Instagrams:

December 30, 2019 04:00 AM PST

2019 was a year. That's just about the best thing I can say about it. Oh yeah, and there was some awesome music too. For proof of this, look no further than ATTT's patented year-end podcast and the start of Season 9 as we bring in our usual gang of four to break down 20 of the best songs of the year. Shannon Hurley, Linda Trujillo and the mighty David Daskal reach far and wide across the musical landscape to bring you 20-11 of our extended 2-part podcast, with 10-1 dropping in next week's episode. Take in a diverse year with some breakout superstars destined to be around for years to come combined with some legacy picks, some under-the-radar gems, and pop favorites that lit up the charts throughout 2019.

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Shannon & Ben's electronica band Lovers & Poets has a new EP out called Sugar High. Find out more at our spanking new website:

Linda's getting crafty on Instagram. Follow her account to see her latest creations:

December 23, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Happy Holidays from your grinchy friends at ATTT, who cooked up this extremely silly and stupid episode just for you to be able to turn your brain off to during this festive season. Ben's brother Ira was in town and the boys recall how they bonded over B&B back in the heyday of MTV's glory years, and they share their favorite moments of genius that came from watching Beavis and Butthead watch music videos from some of the best (and worst) bands of all time. Technical note, we do apologize for the inconsistent sound quality of the clips, but the spirit of big dumb rock n roll is well represented. This is a truly fitting way to end season 8 of All Time Top Ten and close out a year as stupid as 2019 was. Enjoy!

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December 16, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Kids these days don't know how good we had it. 1991 was a supernova convergence of tectonic shifts in the popular music landscape. In '91 hip hop was settling artfully into the next phase of growth in its inevitable takeover of the Billboard charts, while at the same time rumblings were coming from the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere that would signal the moment when punk rock became mainstream, in the form of 'grunge'. Some of the most beloved bands of all time put out their absolute best record in 1991, as you'll soon hear if you listen to this week's podcast. The show takes another trip to the warm climes of Orange County, as we welcome Ryan Blake, Andy Garza and Cody Requejo of the OC's #1 Dad Rock Band Of All Time, Il Destro. As we discuss, it's almost unfair how many phenomenal albums came out in 1991, and there's little doubt you'll find one of your favorites had to be left off the list, but the ones that made it were all more than worthy to represent the year that punk broke and music was as vital as ever.

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Il Destro can be spotted rocking out all over Orange County in 2020, playing the best 90's rock and more. Follow them on Instagram:

December 09, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Don't let anyone tell you rock is dead. Its not, it's just at a low point currently, in terms of its relevance in pop culture. You can blame MTV for abandoning it, or commercial radio for homogenizing it into submission, or just the lack of rock superstars that can write great songs. Or, you can look beyond the mainstream and realize that rock isn't going anywhere, and the first 2 decades of the 21st Century have a lot to offer in rock, if you know where to look. This week's podcast is all about finding gems in the rubble of oversaturated, cookie cutter rock and Raf, Steve, Mike and Alexis of North Hollywood's hard rock stalwarts Viserra did their part in helping us count down volume 1 of the best in hard rock from the last 20 years.

Listen to Viserra and buy their shit. It's all at their Bandcamp page:

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December 02, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Why do we do this every year? Why do we feel the need to count down yet another volume of our favorite songs about liars, megalomaniacs, con-artists, racists, gluttons and puppets? Listen and find out. Thanks again to the incredibly astute and magnanimous Nyaze Vincent for his turn in the barrel, talking songs for you know who, and if you listen you'll know why.

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Nyaze has new music out. Stream "All Fxxd Up" and "Clouds" on Spotify:

The amazing Woke With Kids podcast featuring Nyaze and his partner in crime Mel is on a brief hiatus, but they'll be back. In the meantime if you want more Yaze, check out his spin off show We Come From Bad News:

For further Trumpy pods, check out volumes 1-3 from the archives:

November 25, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Happy Thanksgiving from your pumpkin-pie-loving pals at ATTT HQ. Our staff of Oompa Loompas have been busting their butts for your podcasting enjoyment all year long, and this episode is the thanks they get. The mighty Rick Torres returns to the pod for a smorgasbord of delectable tracks that give thanks, from Sly, Sam, and Dave to The Beasties and Fatboy Slim, this playlist is heavy on calories but you'll feel light as a feather as we spin uplifting tunes that have us all saying thanks, and meaning it. Here's to 8 more years of fun and music.

Rick's got a lot on his plate these days, from his teaching gig at Musicians Institute to his continued role as the straw that stirs the drink down at the Kibitz Room on Tuesday nights. His punk/garage band Dirtycakes is destroying PA systems all over southern California. Find out more here:

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November 18, 2019 04:00 AM PST

Warning! The following episode should be heard in good headphones, or at least in a place where there's not a lot of noise. Some of these recording mistakes are so buried in the mix that you have to strain to hear them, but that's part of the fun. Anyway, back in the days of analog tape and hectic recording schedules on low budgets, recording mistakes were bound to happen. Make no mistake, this is something to celebrate. Songwriter, singer, guitarist and the menschiest mensch of all mensches Geoff Pearlman joins the podcast for a delightful romp through some of the most ridiculous audio oddities ever put out to an unwitting public. Some mistakes are happy accidents, some are ugly as sin, all are moments captured on tape of humans being human, in the best way possible.

Geoff's new album, Lost In The Satellites is ready to be heard. Find out more:

Echo In The Canyon is now playing on Netflix! Find out more:

Top Ten Bands From The Laurel Canyon Scene w/The Echo In The Canyon Band is hanging out at our archives. Find out more:

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Just to see if anyone is reading this, Numbers Girl makes a mistake in this episode and the first person to identify the mistake and sends an email to alltimetopten@gmail.com with the correct answer, that person will win an All Time Top Ten t-shirt.

November 11, 2019 04:00 AM PST

The Fab Four will stand the test of time as the greatest rock n roll band in music history. How did they get to the 'toppamost of the popamost'? With lots of help. This week's episode features special guest, proprietor of The Beatles Room in swinging Las Vegas, and wearer of the the crown for Nevada's #1 Beatles Fan, the one and only Barry Clayton. Barry joins the pod for a lively conversation about the various folks in the Beatles orbit that kept the train going with help behind the scenes in the studio - in front of and behind the glass, and others whose mere presence inspired John, Paul, George and Ringo to reach musical heights never experienced before or since. TOP TEN FIFTH BEATLES gets to the working guts of the group, in which every member of the team did their part and got the lads to a place where they could write and record the music that will be studied and revered 500 years from now as the pinnacle of popular music.

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