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Music Paralysis of Plethora

So, I need help. I received $50 in iTunes Music gift cards for Christmas, which I have been dying to get– I need some new music, and badly. But now that I have it…. I’m overwhelmed. Too many choices, too many amazing shining pearls of beautiful sound.

So, here’s the plan: Tell me about music that I might like. Or that you like. Or that you’d like me to like. Or even music that you hate. But help me narrow the choices down!

Let’s Talk Music

What with moving to a new state and all, I’ve been feeling the urge to revitalize the things around me. Not change, necessarily, mind you, just revitalize– for instance, I love my short sleeve buttoned shirts.. but I need some new ones.
Similarly, I’ve been feeling the urge to get some fresh, new music. But most of what I hear on the radio is garbage. So let’s share some new (to us, at least) music we’ve discovered, and think others should as well. (continued)


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