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January 31, 2007

Guilty Pleasures

Sharlene Spiteri (Texas)

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I think everyone who listens to music for any length of time in their lives has a few guilty pleasures; songs that they think they should really hate but (perhaps embarassingly) they love and keep popping up on their playlists.

It's probably the case that I have more guilty pleasures than most, because it's quite difficult to hide the fact that under my indie-playing exterior is a 13 year old girl who loves bouncy pop, especially when it's got a twang to it. (Orif it beeps)

Anyway, here's three of my guilty pleasures: Texas, Maroon 5 and Boston. Got any of your own? Share them! We can all laugh at your expense.

Texas - Drawing Crazy Patterns (White on Blonde)
Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved (Songs About Jane)
Boston - More Than A Feeling

Edit: Oh noes! According to BBC News The Beautiful South have split, and they were one of my favourite guilty pleasures :( 

The Beautiful South - Song For Whoever

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