|Favourite Artists, A Through Z|
My favourite artists, from A to Z.
|1||At the Drive-In|
Runner up - The Arcade Fire.
Relationship of Command is a brilliant album.
Runner up - The Beatles
Dylan narrowly edging out the Beatles, but tough call.
Runners up - Coheed, Cold Chisel, Cat Stevens.
I don't listen to any of these four a great deal at the moment.
|6||Florence and the Machine|
The only competition in my iTunes library at the moment for 'F' is two songs from Sinatra. Disappointing.
Runners up - Gorillaz and George Harrison.
Based purely on the strength of Veckatimest.
|8||Humperdinck. Engelbert Humperdinck.|
Don't own any of the man's records but it's a great name.
Not a huge fan any more but the only competition is Ice Cube.
|10||The Jimi Hendrix Experience|
Janelle Monae and Joanna Newsom as runners up.
My other choices here are Kasabian, Kings of Leon and Kylie Minogue. Disappointing.
Runners up are Laura Marling and Lisa Mitchell.
Toughest call since 'B'. Mos Def edges out the Mars Volta, Metallica and Michael Jackson.
Narrowly beating Nick Drake.
Only actually own one album of theirs - don't mind it.
|16||Poison the Well|
Runners up are Pearl Jam.
Beating Queens of the Stone Age, Queensryche, Queen Latifah and an assortment of other similiarly named artists.
Fairly easy choice, with Refused and the Roots as runners up.
Consistent quality. A Tribe Called Quest place second.
Red Red Wine? Bit of a stretch.
On the strength of Brown Eyed Girl. In a cred crushing revelation, the runners up are the Veronicas who I don't actually listen to at all but twins man!
|23||Wu Tang Clan|
They aren't nothing to fuck with.
Not a fan of Xzibit to be honest. X is difficult. Runner up is Xylophone music, just in general. Interesting instrument.
Once again, not a fan but the list must go on.
In hindsight A-Z wasn't a great idea for a list.