Ten Favorite Songs of 1999


The decade ends.  The century ends.  The lists go on.

The project continues with my favorite songs of 1999.  Read the first post for the detail on this project.

C’Est Un Rital – Michèle Bernard

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Fast As I Can – Erin McKeown

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K-Mart Shopping (Hi-Fi Mix) – Nerio’s Dubwork Meets Kathy Lee – Josh Wink

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Praise You – Fatboy Slim

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Starálfur – Sigur Rós

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Steal My Sunshine – Len

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Tuva Groove – Onda-R

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Unworthy – Cheryl Wheeler

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Woman Of Faith –  Eddie From Ohio

[Have faith that it’s good, even if you can’t stream it]

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You Are Invited – Dismemberment Plan

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And my song of shame for 1999: Kiss Me – Sixpence None The Richer

So, what did you party to in 1999?  Let me know in the comments.

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Song of the Week: “If It Were Up To Me” by Cheryl Wheeler


Song of the Week is intended to be an avenue for publicizing brand new songs I like, but Cheryl Wheeler‘s 1997 song “If It Were Up To Me” is sadly all too appropriate for this week: