Wednesday, April 26, 2006

A B C's of Robin's music

These are CD's artists or albums that I own or would like to own.

Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morrisette
Ben Fold's Five
Dashboard Confessionals
Eighties mix
oo Fighters, Foreign Holiday
Goldfinger, The Get Up Kids
uliana Theory, Jimmy Eat World, Jewel
Kelly Clarkson
Lit, Lisa Loeb
Michelle Branch, Marcy Playground, Monster Ballads
No Doubt, No Knife
October's First Hero, Offspring
Promise Ring
Radiance- an album by Atheneum
Sting, Spice Girls
TLC, Tim McGraw
Video killed the radio star (okay that's a song), Pearl Jam's Vitology album
MXPX (that's right, Christian Punk)

I'm stumped on a few. I'll fill them in later.


Tori :) said...

There's a few on there I'd like to burn. I used to have Monster Ballads and I don't know what happened to it. If you have that, I'd love to burn it!! I'd like Chicago, and Tim McGraw! I have a mix you might like. It has some Queen, Zepplin, Lynard Skynard... It's a mix I made from mix cds my brother made for Alec. I forgot to mention it in my post yesterday.

Jake said...

I can fill in the 'U'. How about Uncle Tupelo? Kind of the godfathers of my favorite music genre: Alt-Country. Its kind of a fusion between old country (Johnny Cash/Willie Nelson), folk (Neil Young/Bob Dylan), classic rock (Beatles/Pink Floyd), and modern or alternative rock (Pearl Jam/Nirvana).

I feel like the band's personal salesman. Just give it a listen. It will make you happy.

The lead singer (Jeff Tweedy) of Uncle Tupelo now heads the greatest band at all time: Wilco. They're a lot like Tupelo, with a modern, urban pop twist. You can listen to an entire Tweedy concert at Wilco's website @

I highly recommend it.

Anonymous said...

U - U2? Usher? I - Israel Kamakawiwaole (Bruddah Iz)? V kind of stumps me... maybe the Led Zepplin V album.

Anonymous said...

I mean IV, Zeppelin's IV album. I know it's a number, but it still looks like a V.