Index to Year 2 of Run-DMSteve

Posted: January 20, 2013 in music
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Greetings, honorable ones. The second-year anniversary of this blog was in November 2012. I would’ve posted my index then, but I was high. Today I rectify that error. I see you shiver in antici – Say it! – pation.

It is my humble hope that something I’ve written here has led you to a greater understanding of and appreciation for popular music. If not, too bad. I’m too busy listening to music that you can’t understand or appreciate to pay attention to you. Anyway, nevermind the bollocks, here’s the Index to Year 2, and thanks as always for not setting me on fire.


Bob Dylan

Donna Summer

Donovan again, God help us

Everclear (’90s Week)

Gram Parsons (’90s Week)

Right Said Fred (’90s Week)

Screaming Blue Messiahs and The Flintstones


19 songs for a new job

37 songs for a new job

Best Debut Albums of the 20th Century By Newcomers Who Aren’t Somebody Stupid Like Foreigner
(The Velvet Underground, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Clash, The B-52s, The Undertones, Pretenders, Run-D.M.C., The Smiths, Tracy Chapman, Moby)

Best Debut Albums of the 20th Century By Newcomers Who Didn’t Name Their Debut After Themselves and Who Aren’t Somebody Stupid Like Foreigner
(The Beatles, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Elvis Costello, The Cure, Gary Numan, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Dream Syndicate, Nine Inch Nails, Liz Phair, Beck, Veruca Salt)

Female/male duos
(Sonny & Cher, Ike & Tina Turner, Captain & Tennille, Eurythmics, Nu Shooz, Frou Frou, Goldfrapp, She & Him)

Hanukkah holiday hits

One-name male pop stars (Liberace, Donovan, Yanni, Sting, Beck, Eminem)


Songs that go on for, like, forever


Report from WordPress: 2011 in review

Report from WordPress: 2012 in review

Ask Run-DMSteve

Go ahead, ask him again

Dogs as music critics

Jack Palmer

Internet radio (’90s Week)

Intro to ’90s Week

My loyal readers

Ray Bradbury

Goodbye just now

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