Alice’s Top 10

Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl – Broken Social Scene This song is wonderful. Whether you listen for the lyrics or purely for the sound, Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl will capture your attention. The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah You either love or hate the voice of Alec Ounsworth, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s lead vocalist. Regardless of your opinion of him, this is definitely one of their greatest songs. Judy in Disguise (With Glasses) – John Fred & His Playboy Band Sadly, John Fred was a bit of a one hit wonder—this sixties oldie is one hit that’s certainly worth listening to. July, July! – The Decemberists July! Summer! We wish! Wouldn’t Get Far – The Game This would make my top ten good-bad songs mix if I had one. The beat is good, the collaboration with Kanye and the use of the Creative Source’s sample has lots of potential…it’s just the fact that the entire song is devoted to degrading various female celebrities that puts Wouldn’t Get Far on the bad list. Oxford Comma – Vampire Weekend Preppy, peppy and popular. Vampire Weekend is a fun, relatively new band that is definitely worth listening to. Toothpaste Kisses – The Maccabees If you’re on the search for a cute love song, Toothpaste Kisses is sure to “win your heart with a woop-a-woo.” Brighter than Sunshine – Aqualung This is one of the more well-known Aqualung songs, so if you already know it and like it, I recommend you look into their new album “Words and Music” because it has some equally great songs like “Mr. Universe” and “On My Knees.” DotA – Basshunter You have probably heard a crazy, techno-pop song blasted from speakers across campus recently and wondered which infectiously energizing and upbeat song it was. Well, this is it. Honey – Moby When one thinks of Moby, they should think of this song. It’s a classic.