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All Time Top Ten
Music geeks on a mission.
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January 14, 2019 09:13 AM PST

We know what you're thinking. 2018 is over. Just let it go, dude. Quit living in the past, man! First of all don't tell us what to do. Secondly, before we can move on, David, Shannon and Linda have to help us put a definitive cap on the year that was by finishing our lists of the best songs of the year by counting down our #'s 5-1 in part 2 of ATTT's year-end spectacular. THEN we can look ahead. Ok? Ok.

Thanks to all who listened to Part 1. If you missed it and want to hear what our #'s 10-6 were, listen here:

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January 06, 2019 10:32 AM PST

It's a new year. As soon as you're done being locked out of your job, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get to work! Here's a classic episode from way back in 2015.

As the great Chuck Mosley once said, "Its a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it". Chuck could very well have been talking about life. The question and well-worn cliche is "Do you live to work or work to live?". Or is it "Are you working hard or hardly working?". They could go on and on about the soul-crushing drudgery that a vast majority of us go through week after week, but Ben and special guest Diane Stroud would rather count down the greatest songs about work... ever! So, kick back in your cubicle, put down that shovel and tell those pesky 747s they can just land themselves. You're on break, dammit. Let's rock!

December 31, 2018 07:00 AM PST

2018 was a stressful year, to put it mildly. And while there are several options available to people that want to relieve their tension, we suggest getting super into art, nature, human interaction of the not-online variety, and music. Lots and lots of music. Thankfully 2018 provided us with a plethora of great recordings, songs, singers, producers and musicians to fill our days and nights with life-fulfilling (and life-saving) music. It's become a tradition around here on All Time Top Ten to invite the ridiculous David Daskal, along with the effervescent Shannon Hurley and the charming and endearing Linda Trujillo to help us count down the best songs of the year. The gang of four brings four top ten lists, which is why we're breaking it up into 2 parts. Here's our 10-6 picks. Hope we pick some of your favorites, or introduce you to something you'll love.

Shannon Hurley has a new single out, for fans of Yazoo-esque synth pop. It's called "Lost My Mind" Listen here:

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We'll be back with part 2 in 2 weeks!

December 17, 2018 07:00 AM PST

Thanks so much for being patient with us. We feel like we left you hanging in the middle of a great conversation about the greatest Yids to ever don a guitar, or piano or who sang their guts out to a packed house in true rock n roll form. The word "rock n roll" is used for decorative purposes here, as we run the gamut of musical stylings. Basically it's the greatest Jews in music, past and present. Behold All Time Top Ten's Season 7 finale, with DJ Morty Coyle and Etan G The Jewish Rapper, co-hosts of the mighty YidNation podcast counting down the rest of their lists, and putting to bed once in for all, the idea that Rush is not the greatest band of all time. L'Chaim! To Music!

Follow the boys over at Yid Nation podcast, for all things Jewish, Jewesque and Jew-adjacent. They have a Facebook page and everything:

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December 03, 2018 07:00 AM PST

Happy Hannukah from your old pals at All Time Top Ten! To help celebrate the Festival Of Lights, we offer the only contribution we know anything about - music. It's no secret that the Jewish people have done well in the music business, behind the scenes and on the stage. DJ Morty Coyle and Etan G The Jewish Rapper of the world famous YidNation Podcast are more than equipped to drop some serious knowledge and play some amazing music from many of the business' most beloved performers and artists. Since we couldn't reign Morty in, or try to edit him down to size, this has become a super-sized podcast, and thus had to be made into a 2-parter. Enjoy part one, where you learn just how badass some of our Hebrew brethren can be.

YidNation is a Jewish, Jewesque & Jew-Adjacent Podcast about a couple of schmucks trying make sense of this meshuggah world. Find out more here:

Listen to our chat with the late great Gary Shapiro in Top Ten Rock N Roll Jews Volume 1:

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November 19, 2018 07:00 AM PST
October 07, 2018 05:22 PM PDT
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Just in time for the holidays, our crack staff has designed what Kanye himself has called the best T-shirts of all time. The fancy logo will look as sexy on you as they do on Numbers Girl!

Our Gildan Lightweight Cotton shirts are now available, exclusively through PayPal. Click on the link here:

The colors we have currently available are Sky Blue or Ice Grey. Be sure to leave your color and size preference and shipping address. Prices are as follows:

US: $25.00, shipping included
Outside US: $40.00, shipping included

Each shirt order will receive a dozen ATTT stickers. Please plaster your home town with them! smiley

November 05, 2018 07:00 AM PST

From around 1974 to 1979, disco music ruled the pop charts, the rock charts (Rolling Stones' "Miss You", anyone), the soul charts, and of course the dance charts. For 5 years, all over the world lush string arrangements, insane studio rhythm sections, and hook-laden pop songs with virtually zero lyrical content intermingled with cocaine, sex, and wild fashion. Throughout it's history, disco was mostly known as a singles genre, masterminded by producers and studio wizardry. We thought it might be fun to spotlight the artists themselves, and count down the most iconic and revered groups and singers of the era. Some were flashes in the pan, some were long-lasting superstars, before and after disco's heyday. Ben is sort of a novice when it comes to disco, so he recruited actor and fellow aspiring music historian Marcello Lanfranchi, who not only lives and breathes disco today, he lived it firsthand back in it's golden era. Do you wanna get funky with us? Then don your gold chain, get your leisure suit pressed and get ready to party. Clams on the half-shell, and roller skates. Roller skates!

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October 29, 2018 07:00 AM PDT

Happy Halloween! Big doin's are afoot at GoodList Studios. We're premiering our very first episode of Pop Culture Worst To First - an official All Time Top Ten spin-off show. It's all the same host and guests you've grown to tolerate from ATTT, but with a slightly skewed new format and endless topic possibilities.

After you listen to this 15 minute preview of Dracula Movies Worst To First, go to the following link to subscribe to PCWTF on iTunes:


We'll be back next Monday with another new episode of All Time Top Ten!

October 22, 2018 07:00 AM PDT

There's nothing like doing a little venting. For the entire year, we do our best to bring you the best. At All Time Top Ten, quality is job 1. However, once in a while, or more accurately once a year we need to blow off some steam and remind the good listeners that we should never take good music for granted because without it, we'd be stuck with the atrocities you're about to hear. Imagine a world where Nickelback is not only the most popular band on the planet, they're the ONLY band on the planet. Nope. We need to hear bad music once in a while to remind us how wonderful good music is. Plus it's a blast to vent and make fun of said bad music. Ben is joined by Candi and Vanessa of the incendiary Chacharone Podcast to help take out the garbage. Who knew a little rage could be so much fun.

Chacharone Podcast is a monthly look into the state of feminism and the world at large, told through the brains of a couple of goofy LA transplants. Listen here:

Pop Culture Worst To First debuts in ONE WEEK!
Like PCWTF on Facebook for updates and to say hi.

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