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    Ladies (and gents) of bubhub! I am after your help and suggestions. Somehow iTunes recently wiped my entire music catalogue of non-iTunes purchased music (not even Apple can figure that one out), which meant something like 2/3 of my music was wiped. I am in the process of restoring it all either by re-downloading through iTunes or hitting up family and friends for their CD collections. Just wondering if anyone has any further suggestions of music to seek out. My music tastes can be described as... Eclectic. I like stuff from the 60s onwards basically. Not into heavy metal/thrash type stuff but a lot of stuff in between. For example I have songs from The Seekers to Eminem. From musicals to the Foo Fighters. DH is being no help because he'd rather not encourage me to find the stuff he rolls his eyes at haha. So I will add a photo of my current list of music to find. Going by that list, anything else you can add? I'm specifically looking for stuff that is a bit daggy. I love stuff I can sing along to specifically. Thanks!

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    I'm not sure if you would be into them but here are some that are on my playlist

    - David Gray
    - Regina Spektor
    - Butterfly Boucher
    - Imogen Heap
    - Anberlin
    - Aqualung
    - Tracy Chapman
    - The Used
    - Secondhand Serenade
    - Scissor Sisters
    - Jewel
    - Sara Bareilles
    - Moby
    - Alanis Morissette
    - Savage Garden
    - Lady Gaga
    - The Killers
    - Missy Higgins
    - Natasha Bedingfield
    - The Corrs
    - Adele
    - Spill Canvas
    - Weird Al Yankovic hehe

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    Beatles and beach boys are always great to sing along with!

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    Beatles are already on the list. Forgot the beach boys though, thanks! They've been in the back of my mind but everytime I'm near my list I keep forgetting to write them down!
    @BeautyOfTheSoul some great suggestions! Some I've never heard of, some I have in my playlist already, some are on my list and some I have just added. Thanks!

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    From my list:

    Midnight Oil
    Crowded House
    Mumford and Sons
    Wicked Soundtrack
    Les Mis soundtrack
    Glee (all the music from)
    Nick Cave
    Pearl Jam
    Dusty Springfield
    Neil Young
    Queen
    Pink Floyd
    Lily Allen
    Baby Animals
    Jeff Buckley
    Ash
    REM
    Morphine
    Tiddas

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    Bangles
    Madonna
    Songs - Shakespeare Sisters "Stay" and Groove is in the heart" Deelite.
    Oh Kylie.
    Bon Jovi
    Bette Midler

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    U2
    Offspring
    Oasis
    David bowie
    Macy gray
    Gwen steffani
    Robbie williams
    Phil collins
    John farnham
    Rolling stones
    Peter Gabriel
    Sia
    Pink
    Stone temple pilots
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    Sorry, they keep popping into my head!
    Neko Case
    Maria Mckee
    The Proclaimers
    RatCat
    Things of Stone and Wood
    Johnny Diesel/Diesel
    Tori Amos

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    Bob Dylan!!
    Emmy-Lou Harris (Wrecking Ball - so insanely beautiful)
    Eva Cassidy
    Moulin Rouge Soundtrack
    Trainspotting soundtrack
    Singles Soundtrack
    Pulp Fiction Soundtrack
    Reality Bites Soundtrack


 

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