Articles by PoOP Alumni

Michael Hodgkiss Poop 10

Top Ten for 2010 What a year it has been. I actually have more stuff downloaded on my hard drive this calendar year than all years put together, mostly thanks to my brothers ENDLESS CHRISTMAS COLLECTION. Yet, my BEST OF 2010 comes complete with howling guitars, a few jazzbos with one or two twang thangs, so here I go…  Buy New or Used via Amazon 1) The Black Keys – BROTHERS This is the album my brother and I could have made if he would only have let me sing. HOWLIN’ FOR YOU is cool while BLACK MUD has so…

JT Haberstaat Poop 01

Top 10 of 2001 1.) Modest Mouse – The Moon + Antarctica 2.) Nick Cave – No More Shall We Part 3.) Lovage – Songs To Make Love To… 4.) Mogwai – Rock Action 5.) Bright Eyes – Oh, Holy Fools 6.) Tomahawk – Tomahawk 7.) The International Noise Conspiracy – A New Morning 8.) Fugazi – The Argument 9.) Murder City Devils – Thelema 10.) The Priests – Street Walker

RoseAnn Fino Poop 01

1 Michelle Branch – – the spirit room 2 Britney Spears – – Britney 3 Shaldra – – Laundry Service 4 Ja Rule – – Pain is Love 5 No Doubt – – Rock Steady 6 Bob Dylan – – Love & Theft 7 Dan Bern – – New American Language 8 Alicia Keys – – Songs in A minor 9 Reba – – “I’m a Survivor” Volume 3 10 Ryan Adams – – Gold

Dave Squillante Poop 01

My first contribution to the POOP list- what an honor! My tastes tend to lean towards the harder stuff. Up until October, I worked for the record label, KOCH Records. Some of my picks reflect my work there. Here are my lucky 7 for 2001! 1. Kiss – Box Set The band that turned me on to rock when I was a kid released an awesome box set this fall. They really have included every song a Kiss fan could want. This 5 disc, 94-track box set comes with a 120-page color book, including track-by-track commentary mostly by Gene Simmons…

Praveen Sharma Poop 01

We all know about the Gillian Welch’s, the Radioheads, the Strokes, etc. I decided that my contribution to the Poop List would be most effective if I shed some light on some other releases which I hope, during some rare period of compulsive, adventurous buying, a few of you may give a chance. And in no particular order… 1. The Other People Place: Lifestyles of the Laptop Cafe Actually produced by Drexcyia under another alias, this album has brought about a murmuring Detroit techno revival to the “four to the floor” masses. It’s perfectly vocoded vocal tracks and futurist, dystopian…