Kendrickmusicfreak’s Top 10 4AD Records Albums

Bauhaus ‘In the Flat Field’ (1980)

Cocteau Twins ‘Head Over Heels’ (1983)

This Mortal Coil ‘It’ll End in Tears’ (1984)

Throwing Muses ‘Throwing Muses’ (1986)

The Pixies ‘Doolittle’ (1988)

The Breeders ‘Pod’ (1990)

Lush ‘Spooky’ (1992)

Pale Saints ‘In Ribbons’ (1992)

Red House Painters ‘Down Colorful Hill’ (1992)

Kristin Hersh ‘Hips and Makers’ (1994)

The Amps ‘Pacer’ (1995)

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Kendrickmusicfreak’s Top 10 Matador Records Albums

Matador Records is synonymous with American indie rock music. It was a launching pad for artists like Pavement and Liz Phair, and known for taking chances. In the late ’90s, Matador began taking on more than just indie rockers, and sought out artists in other genres, like noise, IDM and hip-hop. And today, it has a roster that’s as strong as ever, with groups like Shearwater and The New Pornographers among their latest batch of heavyweights.

Superchunk – No Pocky For Kitty (1991)

Liz Phair – Exile In Guyville (1993)

Pavement – Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (1994)

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Orange (1994)

Guided by Voices – Alien Lanes (1995)

Yo La Tengo – I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One (1997)

Belle and Sebastian – The Boy With the Arab Strap (1998)

Cat Power – Moon Pix (1998)

Interpol – Turn on the Bright Lights (2002)

The New Pornographers – Twin Cinema (2005)

Kendrickmusicfreak’s Top 10 Sub Pop Records

For the first decade or so of its existence as a full-time record label, it seemed that Seattle’s Sub Pop Records was going to be synonymous with grunge. Sub Pop were key chroniclers of the fertile Seattle scene in the late-’80s and early-’90s, and were an early breeding ground for Soundgarden and Nirvana. After a decade living down grunge hype, a funny thing happened in the ’00s: Sub Pop going from faded alt-rock stalwarts to insanely-successful enterprise. It’s been a long and varied story over the label’s 20+ years on the job, but the music has been routinely awesome.

(Note I had to do 11 records)

Mudhoney ‘Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles’ (1990)

Eric’s Trip ‘Love Tara’ (1993)

Sebadoh ‘Bakesale’ (1994)

Saint Etienne ‘Good Humor’ (1998)

The Shins ‘Oh, Inverted World’ (2001)

.The Postal Service ‘Give Up’ (2003)

Wolf Parade ‘Apologies to the Queen Mary’ (2005)

The Spinanes- Manos (1993)

The Grifters- Ain’t My Lookout (1996)

Looper- The Geometrid (2000)

Damien Jurado- Ghost of David (2000)

Kendrickmusicfreaks’s Top 10 Electroclash Bands

Electroclash, also known as retro electro, tech pop, nouveau disco, the new new wave , Neo-Electro  is a genre of music that fuses 1980s electro, new wave and synthpop with 1990s techno, retro-style electropop and electronic dance music. It emerged in New York and Detroit in the later 1990s, pioneered by acts including Collider, I-F and those associated with Gerald Donald, and is associated with acts including Peaches, Adult, Legowelt, and Fischerspoone

Miss Kittin – Bassline

Ladytron – Destroy Everything You Touch

Fischerspooner – Emerge

Le Tigre – I’m so excited

Peaches – Fuck the Pain Away

Client – Refuge

Space Invaders – Are smoking Grass

Vitalic – “La Rock 01”

ADULT – Blank Eyed Nose Bleed

Legowelt – Elements of Houz

Kendriickmusicfreak’s Top 10 Garage Bands

The Sonics, “Have Love, Will Travel

13th Floor Elevators, “You’re Gonna Miss Me

The Seeds, “Can’t Seem to Make You Mine”

? and the Mysterians, “96 Tears”

The Compulsive Gamblers, “Stop and Think it Over”

The Vertebrats, “Left in the Dark”

Electric Prunes, “I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night”

The Dirtbombs, “Chains of Love”

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Oh Lord

Reigning Sound, “Your Love is a Fine Thing”

Kendrickmusicfreak’s Top 10 Soft Rock Bands

Soft Rock bands where the stable of the 70’s and 80’s. While they get a bit of jib for being soft rock, they have remained popular and the songs have become classic

Here are my Top 10 Soft Rock Bands

Steely Dan- RIKKI DON’T LOSE THAT NUMBER

Daryl Hall & John Oates – Maneater and Out of Touch

America – A horse with no name

Chicago – Hard To Say I’m Sorry

Air Supply – All Out Of Love

Toto – Africa

Foreigner- I Want to know what love is

Scorpions – Wind Of Change

Supertramp-  Breakfast in América

Dire Straits – Sultans Of Swing

REO Speedwagon – Keep on Loving You

Kendirckmusicfreak’s Top 10 Spice Girls Solo Songs

Did the Spice girls make good songs as solo artists? Some of the albums may not have done as well but there was some good songs.

Best solo artists from the Spice girls?? In my opinion it was Mel C

Bryan Adams – When You’re Gone ft. Melanie C

Geri Halliwell – It’s Raining Men

Melanie C – Never Be The Same Again

Emma Bunton – What Took You So Long

Tin Tin Out – What I Am ft. Emma Bunton

Melanie C – Northern Star

Emma Bunton – Take My Breath Away

Emma Bunton – Maybe

Melanie C feat. Emma Bunton – I Know Him So Well

Melanie C – I Want Candy