Top 5 Music Obsessions featuring Pete Yorn

Today’s Top 5 Music Obsessions feature songs by Pete Yorn, The Cure, Joan As Police Woman, Throwing Muses, and The Psychedelic Furs.

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Staring into the abyss of another ever after

Don’t miss this week’s lyriquediscorde Weekly Playlist – Staring into the abyss of another ever after – featuring songs by The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs, Pete Yorn, Elliott Smith, Big Thief, PJ Harvey, and so much more. Available to listen on Spotify, YouTube, and Pandora.

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Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day :: 6/30/17

Welcome to Friday’s Edition of Top 5 Music Obsessions of the Day brought to you buy the Music Addicts and Obsessers here at Lyriquediscorde, where we gather up 5 Songs a Day that we can’t get enough of and share them with you.

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And I’m racing out on the desert plains all night :: M5MO

My 5 Music Obsessions of the Day

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I don’t remember :: VOTD

Counting Backwards :: Throwing Musesfrom the album, The Real Ramona Counting Backwards is a song by Throwing Muses, released on the album The Real Ramona, in 1991. The Real Ramona is an album by Throwing Muses. Released in 1991, it was the last album recorded by the band before the departure of founding member Tanya Donelly.…

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Don’t let your heartbeat keep you safe :: VOTD

Counting Backwards :: Throwing Muses Counting Backwards is the opening song from the album The Real Ramona by the Throwing Muses. Released in 1991, it was the last album recorded by the band before the departure of founding member Tanya Donelly. The album marked the end of a time for the band, and a transition…

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Shake it off :: song of the day

“Certain things i love, spend my time.  I guess i’ll have to unhook those hooks.” Backspace, I almost forgot you skipped right over a moment, and, maybe I want to, some things are better left unwritten. It was unexpected, all of it, even the start, meeting you. I was supposed to be with an old…

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I think I need a little poison :: Song of the day

“I have nothing to offer but confusion.” It was the mid-nineties. It was in my mid-twenties. I was working at Tower Records. I was the Mom of a two year old who was trying to pick herself up after a failed attempt at marriage and “family” (at least the kind of “family” we all saw…

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