Tag Archive: Steve Taylor


My top 10 Musical Artists: 2010

  1. The Lost Patrol (female fronted reverb surfabilly)
  2. Amethystium (ambient electronic)
  3. Falling You (ethereal ambient female vocalist)
  4. Lycia (female fronted darkwave)
  5. Saviour Machine (christian symphonic goth metal)
  6. Blutengel (goth darkwave electronic)
  7. Qntal (electronic medieval fusion)
  8. Howard Shore (Lord of the Rings soundtrack!)
  9. Austere (ambient electronic)
  10. Steve Taylor (christian alternative satire rock)

Honorable mention goes to Corey Olsen, a.k.a. The Tolkien Professor; Fixed Point Foundation, and Ronald Nash for lecture content.

(culled from here: http://www.last.fm/user/jkwood/charts) (compare with last year: https://jkw00d.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/my-top-10-musicians-for-2009-122909/)

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Think of 20 albums that had such a profound effect on you they changed your life or the way you looked at it. They sucked you in and took you over for days, weeks, months, years. These are the albums that you can use to identify time, places, people, emotions. These are the albums that no matter what they were thought of musically shaped your world.
(Not in order of preference)

1. The Phantom of the Opera (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
2. Wish (The Cure)
3. The Best of the Doors (The Doors)
4. Fallen (Evanescence)
5. Live Through This (Hole)
6. Man of Colours (Icehouse)
7. The Grape Prophet (Lifesavers Underground)
8. Estrella (Lycia)
9. So Tonight That I Might See (Mazzy Star)
10. Black (Metallica)
11. Another World (Paul Oakenfold)
12. Beat the System (Petra)
13. The Wall (Pink Floyd)
14. Mercury (The Prayer Chain)
15. Saviour Machine (Saviour Machine)
16. Silver (Starflyer 59)
17. Meltdown (Steve Taylor)
18. To Hell With The Devil (Stryper)
19. Achtung Baby (U2)
20. War (U2)