Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Hot 100 #3

Yes, the Fun Boy Three had to be the band who represented 3 on our countdown.

Fun Boy Three - The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum

Although we could also have gone with...

Alabama 3 - Too Sick To Pray

Juliana Hatfield Three - Spin The Bottle

Three Degrees - When Will I See You Again

The Dirty Three - The Restless Waves

Three Dog Night - Mama Told Me Not To Come

Spacemen 3 - Lord Can You Hear Me?

Mojave 3 - Love Songs On The Radio

3 Colours Red - Beautiful Day

Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3 - Adventure Rocketship

Steve Wynn & The Miracle 3 - Amphetamine

3 Doors Down - Kryptonite

The Three O'Clock - Jet Fighter

The Three Johns - Death of the European

Third Eye Blind - Semi-Charmed Life

Unique Three - The Theme

The Len Price 3 - Swing Like A Monkey

And probably a load more. I've reached the stage where I've accepted defeat when it comes to making these lists exhaustive.

Onto the songs, and Charity Chic opens the bidding this week...

The Commodores - Three Times a Lady

Going once, going twice...

Patsy Cline - Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray 

Eddie Cochran - Three Steps to Heaven or Showaddywaddy

I think we'll stick with Eddie, thanks.

Next up is Martin, who I had to edit for reasons that will become apparent below, though he did offer the following...

Ian Dury and The Blockheads - Reasons To Be Cheerful, Part 3

The Wedding Present - Three

And I even got artist and song title round the cut'n'paste-able way :)

Always appreciated. Thank you, Martin. Although I didn't expect you to miss this...

Martin Rossiter - Three Points On A Compass

Next up is C...

I'd go for...

The Selecter - Three Minute Hero

Also, if you'll let it count, how about a song that's very evocative for those of us of a certain age:

Pentangle - Nightflight (Theme to Take Three Girls)

"TV theme from the late 60s series about three 'swinging chicks' sharing a groovy pad in London."

I'm too young to remember that, but I bet it was groovy.

OK, deep breath everybody... here comes The Swede!

(I should add that I have edited The Swede's list this week, but only to remove the Christmas songs, because we're about as far away from Christmas as it is possible to get.)

Thin White Rope - The Three Song

Juniper Tar - Three Words

Trinity - Three Piece Suit and Thing

Double points for that one.

The (fake) Clash - Three Card Trick

I should probably ask why they're fake... I'm sure there's a story there.

The Faces - Three Button Hand Me Down

Okkervil River - Stand Ins, Three

More of an instrumental break, really, but I do love the album this comes from. I am not going to allow you The Stand Ins, Two & One over the next two weeks though.

The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Three Changes

The Ink Spots - We Three (My Echo, My Shadow & Me)

That's lovely.

Joanna Newsom - Three Little Babes

Sunset Rubdown - Three Colours

Sounds like a knocking shop, as my mum wouldn't say.

Possible Selves - Three Birds

Snailhouse - Three Nights

Simplicity People - KG's at Halfway Three

McCoy Tyner - Lee Plus Three

Emily Portman - Three Gold Hairs

Rachel Newton - Three Days

One Eleven Heavy - Three Poisons

Fire on Fire - Three Or More

Jake Xerxes Fussell - Three Ravens

White Hills - Three Quarters

Nick Drake - Three Hours

At last! One I actually own!

Wire - Three Girl Rumba

Followed by one that Elastica clearly own.

Amon Duul II - Three Eyed Overdrive

Followed by one I'm betting only The Swede owns.

Gary US Bonds - Quarter to Three

Dillinger - Three Piece Suit and Thing

Wonder if it was khaki?

Bill Anderson - Three AM

Grizzly Bear - Three Rings

Bob Marley - Three Little Birds

That was a serious contender. Can't believe nobody else suggested it.

Walter Bishop Jr - Three Loves

Bert Jansch - Three Dreamers

Orange Juice - Three Cheers For Our Side

Hip hip hooray!

Herbie Hancock - Three Wishes

Herbie Hancock - Three Bags Full

Tangerine Dream - Sunrise in the Third System

Two weeks in a row for Tangerine Dream.

BeBop Deluxe - Third Floor Heaven

Khruangbin - Evan Finds the Third Room

I could have done without watching that video.

Marc Bolan - The Third Degree

Terry - Third War

I put that into youtube and this is what came up.

Brian Eno - Third Uncle

No Age - Third Grade Rave

Michael Gibbs - And on the Third Day

Roj - Attaining the Third State

Wow. You really outdid yourself this week, Swede. Although I was surprised you missed this...

Bob Dylan - Three Angels

What do you say, Swiss Adam?

Fucking hell, Swede!

Well, there's no need to swear.

(But, quite.)

You might not expect it of me, but I always loved the KLF. While most other dance music in the late 80s / early 90s made me want to put my head in the oven, Bill Drummond always made me smile.

Over to John Medd...

I'll go for anything off Squeeze's Packet of 3 EP, though 'Cat on a Wall' would be my lead track. Doesn't count, you say? Breaking some sort of code violation? Can't you invoke a Mornington Crescent style override? Go on, you know you want to!

With only two weeks (three if I can be bothered with a zero postscript - the jury's still out) left, I'm feeling charitable.

Squeeze - Cat On A Wall

Over to Rigid Digit for some fine suggestions...

Manic Street Preachers - 3 Ways To See Despair

Lightning Seeds / Baddiel & Skinner - Three Lions

(I might as well throw this in as a response: Los Campesinos! - Every Defeat A Divorce (Three Lions))

Van Halen - Sucker In A 3 Piece

From the gloriously named OU812.

Pink Floyd - Pigs (3 Different Ones)

This is the point at which Pink Floyd floats off into space as far as I'm concerned.

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Gimme Three Steps

Emerson Lake and Palmer - The Three Fates

I bet that one will go down well with certain correspondents.

Lily Allen - Three

The White Stripes - The Big Three Killed My Baby

and a special one to finish off with:

Dawn - Knock Three Times

That would definitely have been in my Top Ten.

By the way, if anyone wants to know what my hair looks like in Week 732 of Lockdown, I suggest you take a look at Tony Orlando in that video. I keep my chest hair under wraps though.

I also think that video was shot in Greenhead Park in Huddersfield.

Time for Jim in Dubai to step up to the mic...

Belle & Sebastian - The Power of 3

Jamie Wednesday - We Three Kings of Orient Aren't (Pre Carter USM)

The Royal We - Three is a Crowd

The Look - Three Steps Away

They Might Be Giants - Number 3

Always loved that one.

The Lambrettas - Another Day Another Girl (Page 3)

That's a historical artefact.

Ten Pole Tudor - 3 Bells in a Row

Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #3

All of which brings us to Douglas, who's still smarting that I compared one of his suggestions last time to his less than distinguished countrymen, Nickelback...

I will start by facetiously suggesting for your consideration a trinity of provocative suggestions that are designed to get revenge for your Nickelback allusion of last week, which on behalf of all Canadians I express offence taken at (but you knew that was coming because you were already ducking):

U2 - The Three Sunrises (who of course also have an album entitled "Three", don't they? Sure to get them extra points...)

Looked all over for that one, but couldn't find a link anywhere. It wasn't in my garbage disposal unit or the u-bend on my toilet, which seemed the most obvious places to look.

Sting - Three Steps To Heaven (or what of his critically acclaimed performance in the Threepenny Opera?)

That, on the other hand, I had to look for, just to confirm my worst fears. On the positive side, the clip I found was less than a minute long and sing sang for almost half that time.

(I should clarify at this point that I don't hate Sting in the same way as I hate Bonio and The Hedge. I liked many Police songs and even the occasional sing solo tune - I featured my favourite in this week's Saturday Snapshots. Despite that, he's too easy a target for mockery.)

Oh, and in case you were wondering, here's another clip that's less than a minute long...

Sting in The Threepenny Opera

Phil Collins - Three Brothers (from Disney's Brother Bear soundtrack, no less, though sadly Phil does not actually sing on this one)

I'm sure many people will take issue with your use of the word 'sadly' there, Douglas... but anyway, onto your proper suggestions. Now you've had your revenge...

Now that I have got that off my chest,with greater seriousness, I would offer you a few better selections from what my hard drive pulled up in the following:

Real Estate - Three Blocks

Fleet Foxes - Third of May/Odaigahara

Last leaves - Third Thoughts

For those who do not know this last band, but may be fans of the late Lucksmiths, check them out. They are three of the four original band in Marty Donald, Mark Monnone and Louis Richter but with Noah Symons newly added on the drums. They have a more lo-fi chaotic sound than the polished harmonies of the Lucksmiths, but much of the same sophisticated and wry lyrics. Interesting.

You all realise at this point that I need to invite Douglas to contribute a Guest Post Thursday sometime soon, don't you? (Not just to stop him adding to my workload on the Hot 100, because, let's face it, there's only a couple of weeks of that remaining.)

Then, of course, the Canadian in me, still smarting from the mention of Chad Kroeger, would like to represent our country a lot more palatably with the consideration of:

The Tragically Hip - Three Pistols

(And while I'm cross-promoting, you should have been here a couple of Saturdays ago, Douglas, when it took everyone a bloody long time to guess The Tragically Hip on Saturday Snapshots... even with my hilarious 'dem bones; clue.)

The Great Lake Swimmers - Three Days at Sea (Three Lost Years) (Bonus points again, surely?)

Absolutely. Anything else?

And if you insist on the labelling Canada with the alt-rock/alt-metal brush, we have a band called Three Days Grace you should check out. Perhaps the following, which has garnered 264 million views on Youtube, would adequately express your thoughts on the genre:

Three Days Grace - I Hate Everything About You

You know what, I quite liked that. Although a little bit of research revealed that their current lead singer was in another band previously who were discovered and signed by Chad Kroeger. Small world, eh?

Still, I preferred the Ugly Kid Joe song.

Oh, wait, Douglas ain't done yet...

...And just to let you know that you are doing a good service to promote great music, a couple of weeks ago, Brian suggested the song "7 Compton Street" by a group I confess to never having heard of before, Me and Dean Martin. Your comment that they sounded a lot like the Smiths intrigued me and I gave the link a listen, and rather liked the track a goodly bit, leading me to check out whatever other selections were on Youtube, and eventually ordering a copy of the album "Let's Romanticise Our Youth". The shiny piece of vinyl arrived in the mail today, and it is turning on the table as I write. Very enjoyable. So in honour of the service you are doing, I propose that the band gets a second chance at stardom, from the same LP:

Me And Dean Martin - Life And Death Issues In Three Minutes

And they still sound like The Smiths. But thanks again to Brian. Speaking of whom...

Thanks for taking the time to type that, Douglas. This makes my day. Some stellar threes on this list. I especially wish I had been the first to suggest Wire, Orange Juice, Ian Dury and the Selecter. My winner, as suggested by Adam, would be Television Personalities with Three Wishes. Here are a few more I like...

The June Brides - Three Days

(That's actually a solo effort by frontman Phil Wilson. The June Brides have performed it though.)

fIREHOSE - Disciples of the 3-Way

Very nice, but they lose points for their sins against typography.

The Elvis Brothers - Count to Three

Ooh! a contender for Elvis Fridays!

(Maybe it occurred to me that as this series will be over soon, I should signpost people to a few of the other series on this blog.)

The Very Most - Dodged Ev'ry Bullet Pt. 3

Very nice, but they lose points for their sins against grammar. You can't intensify a superlative.

The Servants - Faithful to 3 Lovers

Nice bit of Lloyd Cole guitar on that.

The Decemberists - Crane Wife 3

A strong contender.

Friends Again - Moon 3

Northern Picture Library - Untitled No. 3

Paul and Linda McCartney - 3 Legs

Heavenly - Three Star Compartment

Dolly Mixture - Three O'Clock Rhapsody

Nope, couldn't find that one anywhere.

Are ordinal numbers a rule breaker? (If they were, a third of the songs on this list would be gone.) If not, Ramones should take this thing with 53rd and 3rd.

Sadly though, that does fall foul of The Tom Robinson Rule, which we've done pretty well to avoid breaking this far this week.

OK, that's almost it for your suggestions this week. Here's a selection from my own hard-drive not mentioned above. We'll start with a very strong contender...

The Browns - The Three Bells

And then there was this...

Frank Sinatra - Three Coins In The Fountain

Or, if you prefer the British version...

Alan Klein - Three Coins In The Sewer


Here's a load more...

Carly Simon - Three Days

The Charlatans - Opportunity Three

Drive-By Truckers - The Three Great Alabama Icons

Worth a listen if you want to find out more about why Lynyrd Skynrd wrote Sweet Home Alabama, and what Neil Young thought of it.

Fats Domino - Three Nights A Week

Patti Smith - We Three

Jimmy Buffet - Door Number 3

Magnolia Electric Company - The Last 3 Human Words

Miaow - Three Quarters of the Way To Paradise

Red House Painters - Three Legged Cat

The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys

High Llamas - Three Point Scrabble

The Wallflowers - Three Marlenas

Craig Finn - Three Drinks

Eric Church - Three Year Old

(That one will choke up any dads reading this.)

JJ72 - Half Three

Richmond Fontaine - Three Brothers Roll Into Town

Rilo Kiley - Three Hopeful Thoughts

Sinead O'Connor - Three Babies

Chumbawamba - Morality Play in 3 Acts

Interpol - No I In Threesome

Jack White - Three Women

Jenny Lewis - Aloha & the Three Johns

Lucinda Williams - Those Three Days

The Courteeners - Three Months

The Divine Comedy - Threesome

The Divine Comedy - Three Sisters

The Faces - Three Button Hand Me Down

The Lemonheads - Rule of Three

The Proclaimers - Three More Days

The Superman Revenge Squad Band - Paulie in Rocky Three

William Bell - The Three Of Me

Jesse Malin - The Three Martini Lunch

The Breeders - Only In 3s

Eels - 3 Speed

Finally, I'd just like to point of that the Tom Robinson Rule has prevented this from taking the trophy both this week and next. Damn that Tom Robinson Rule!

Meat Loaf - Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad

Which brings us to this week's winner.

Or winners.

And for that, we have to go back to Martin, who began his suggestions this week thus:

I like how you teased De La Soul in your closing line, Rol, but that's just called "The Magic Number", isn't it, so I can't pitch that one.

What Martin appears to have forgotten, however, is this...

Which is a more direct cover of the original song (that De La Soul adapted), by Bob Dorough (also suggested by The Swede), which was originally written for an educational TV show called Schoolhouse Rock...

And so this week, we have not one winner... but three. Which seems rather appropriate.

Will there be two winners next week?

You tell me...


  1. Carl Butler and Pearl - Two of a kind.
    No other song will touch that, if only for the sheer majesty of Pearl's vocal (and Carl's ability to use only one side of his mouth whilst singing)

    1. I might need a link for that, George - can't find it on youtube, I'm afraid.

  2. The first to spring to mind is Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston: It Takes Two.

    (I don't suppose anyone will mention that song about little boys by a certain person...although it was covered by Splodgenessabounds)

  3. Can't believe I missed the Rozzer last time either! As for "two", there are going to be loads, aren't there? Don't envy you collating them. So here are some. No doubt I'll forget something again this week, my mind is getting soft.

    Prince or Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
    Prince - Ain't About 2 Stop
    Sonny and Cher - It Takes Two
    Bill Withers - Just The Two Of Us
    Richard Thompson - Two Left Feet
    Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock - It Takes Two

    All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth by... well, loads of people

    ...and, er, Two Hearts by Phil Collins :)

  4. Band- it would be remiss of me to go for anything other than Two Lone Swordsmen. Although the Other Two should get a mention.

    The Liminanas Two Sisters
    The Associates Party fears Two
    The Jesus and Mary Chain The Two Of Us
    FKA Twigs Two Weeks
    Pete Molinari When Two Worlds Collide
    The Clash Capital Radio Two
    Gary Clail Two Thieves and A Liar
    Reverend Horton Heat Duel at the Two O'Clock Bell
    Stockholm Monsters Life's Two faces
    Yo La Tengo By Two's
    Sharon Tandy Two Can Make It Together
    The Human Beinz Two Of A Kind
    Thee Oh Sees Two Drummers Disappear
    And probably loads more...
    The Go- Betweens I Need Two Heads

  5. The Jayhawks - Two Angels
    Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Two Tribes
    Laura Cantrell - Two Seconds
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - Two Gunslingers
    I may be back

  6. Kenny Rogers and The First Edition - Two little boys

  7. apologies for suggesting such an execrable version of an execrable song

  8. Is "Nothing Compares 2 U" allowed? (Sinead OConnor version)

  9. Douglas McLaren30 June 2020 at 14:46

    Oh my, I somehow got here before The Swede published a list a clothyard long! I just have to get a few early suggestions in, then perhaps come back later after some real thought.

    For starters, since I (indirectly) promoted The Lucksmiths last week, here are two solid suggestions from the Australian artists of winsome wordplay:

    The Lucksmiths-The Art of Cooking For Two
    The Lucksmiths-Two Storeys

    Then of course there is the master of meticulous songcraft himself, the creative genius behind The Blue Nile (who birth an album roughly every fifteen years):

    Paul Buchanan- Two Children

    Makes one want to smile and cry at the same time. And perhaps me especially after I discovered that the vinyl copy of the album from which it comes (2012's "Mid Air") which I purchased on release date for under $30 is now going on Discogs for something in the mid $300's. A better investment than real estate. And speaking of which, there is:

    Real Estate- Two Arrows

    As well as another suggestion from Kentucky's finest:

    My Morning Jacket-Two Halves

    Or if you are up for "seconds", and looking for something more ethereal and dreamy, there is my favourite shoegaze band:

    Lush - Second Thought

    And for my usual Canadian offering, you could do worse than save some room for Montreal's beloved and finest indie rock band (no, don't worry, not Arcade Fire):

    The Dears- The Second Part

  10. Missed out on last week but loved reading the suggestions and comments. Like the sound of your Tony Orlando hairdo at the moment. I do remember Take Three Girls - excellent piece of drama. And the KLF 3am Eternal most definitely a yes from me. Last bit of trivia, I thought of doing a 60 Year Saturday retrospective last weekend and Eddie Cochrane was the person at the top of the charts at this time all those years ago with Three Steps to Heaven.

    So, so many 2 suggestions. I am struggling to come up with anything better than Party Fears Two so agree with that one and here's a little extract from when I wrote about that song after my trip to Dundee.

    'It’s certainly a strange title for a song and tricky to understand the lyrics other than that a party is involved. Billy did explain the origin however, 'My wee brother was at a party watching two girls who wanted to come in. They were smashing windows and attempting to kick the door in with their stiletto heels, which he admired, so he christened them the Party Fears Two and I pinched the title from him.''

    Meat Loaf - Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
    Len Barry - 1-2-3 (Tom Robinson rule breaker?)
    Spice Girls - 2 Become 1 (Great Christmas song but not about Christmas)
    Splodgenessabounds - Two Packets of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please

    Lots of different versions of It Takes Two and Just The Two Of Us but will stick with the ones above.

    Good luck with all of this my friend - If 'It Take Two' weeks, that's fine!

  11. Iron Maiden - 2 Minutes To Midnight
    Iron Maiden - 2AM
    Roxy Music - 2HB
    Madness - My Girl 2
    Joe Jackson - Breaking Us In Two
    Queen - Death On Two Legs
    Adam Ant - Goody Two Shoes
    Spin Doctors - Two Princes

    Gary Gl***er - Rock n Roll Part 2
    (the Human League cover may get that one onto the list)

    Cast of Oliver! - You've Got To Pick a Pocket or Two

  12. Two Dollat Pistols for the Band

  13. I fully endorse Swiss Adams choice of Party Fears 2, still sounds great and would be a worthy winner.
    I can add to this with.

    Belle & Sebastian - Dirty Dream No 2
    Norther Portrait - I Give You Two Seconds to Entertain Me
    Orange Juice - Poor Old Soul (Part 2)
    Orange Juice - Two Hearts Together
    The Crotcheted Doughnut Ring - Two Little Ladies (Azalia & Rodedendrum)
    Keith TOTP - Two of The Beatles Are Dead
    Kirsty McColl - England 2 Columbia 0

  14. Hi folks. Sorry I'm late. I culled this list of appropriate tunes from my hard-drives a couple of weeks back and have attempted to take out anything already suggested - apologies for any I've duplicated...

    Bruce Springsteen - Two Faces
    Bruce Springsteen - Two Hearts
    Meat Puppets - Two Rivers
    Alternative TV - Splitting in Two
    Eddie & the Hot Rods - Highlands One, Hopefuls Two (TRB Rule?)
    Grant Green - Sonnymoon For Two
    Songs:Ohia - Two Blue Lights
    Holger Czukay - Two Bass Shuffle
    Brigid Mae Power - The Two Worlds
    Pugwash - Two Wrongs
    Jellyfish - Two All Beef Patties
    The Copper Family - Two Young Brethren
    General Saint & Clint Eastwood - Two Bad DJ
    Yo La Tengo - Two Trains
    Miles Davis - Two Faced
    Ultimate Painting - Two From the Vault
    Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band - Two Minutes Love
    Charlie & Wanda Feathers - Two to Choose
    This is the Kit - Two Pence Piece
    Kane Strang - Two Hearts and No Brain
    Wedding Present - Two Bridges
    Michael Nesmith - Two Different Roads
    Father John Misty - Two Wildly Different Perspectives
    Spooners Crowd - Two in the Morning
    Jan Eden - The Only Thing Between You Two is Me
    Western Skies Motel - Two Worlds
    Culture - Two Sevens Clash
    Cowboy Nation - Two Miles to Town
    Green on Red - Thing or Two
    Green on Red - Two Lovers (Waitin' to Die)
    Green on Red - Two Bibles
    The Stranglers - It Only Takes Two to Tango
    The Stranglers - Two Sunspots
    Polar Bear - Two Storms
    Rachael Dadd - Two Coiled Springs
    Racael Dadd - Two Islands
    Emily Portman - Two Sisters
    Tom Waits - Two Sisters
    Peggy Seeger - Two Sisters
    Alasdair Roberts - Two Sisters
    The Fall - Ivanhoes Two Pence
    The Fall - Two Face
    The Kinks - Two Sisters
    The Entourage Music & Theatre Ensemble - The Two Snails Who Went To The Funeral OF A Dead Leaf
    Shelby 'Poppa Jazz' Brown - Two Brothers, Heaven And Hell
    Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop - We Two Are a Moon
    Parquet Courts - Two Dead Cops
    Lower Dens - Two Faced Love
    Invisible Astro Healing Rhythm Quartet - Praise Two
    Bill Ryder Jones - Two to Birkenhead
    U Roy - Two Ton Gulletto
    Richard Dawson - Two Halves
    The Dynamites - Vigoration Two
    King L - Two Cars Collide
    Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne - Two Lovely Black eyes
    Willard Grant Conspiracy - Two Step
    King Creosote - Party Fears Two
    Slow Club - Two Cousins
    John Lennon & Yoko Ono - Two Virgins (probabley no need to link this one!)
    Wye Oak - Two Small Deaths
    The Strangers ‎– Two To Make A Pair
    The Jayhawks - Two Hearts
    The Jayhawks - Two Minute Pop Song
    Lee Perry & the Upsetters - Roots Train Number Two
    Linton Kwesi Johnson - Two Sides of Silence
    Mulatu Astatke & his Ethiopian Quintet - Love Mood For Two
    Minus Story - Two Stooges
    Gilgamesh - Arriving Twice
    Chantage - Same Thing Twice
    Sam Prekop - Practice Twice
    The Gourds - Two Girls
    Charalambides - Two Birds
    Vivian Goldman - Same Thing Twice
    Ryley Walker - I Will Ask You Twice
    Bob Dylan - Two Soldiers
    Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
    Bob Dylan - Workingman's Blues #2
    Wire - Two Minutes
    Out Hud - My Two Nads
    Joe Mooney Quartet - Tea For Two
    The Tears - Two Creatures
    Syd Barrett - Two of a Kind
    Prince Far I - Mighty Two Version
    The Sea and Cake - Two Dolphins
    A Small Good Thing - Twice as Evil as You
    Pauline Murray - Two shots
    Ernest Tubb - Two wrongs Don't Make a Right
    Aldous Harding - Two Bitten Hearts
    Elvis Costello - Two Little Hitlers
    Mark Lanegan - Two Horses
    The Fiery Furnaces - Two Fat Feet
    Sneaker Pimps - Wife By Two Thousand
    Game Theory - Choose Between Two Sons
    Little Dragon - Twice
    Sam Prekop - Two Dedications
    Roy Evans - Weary Yodelin Blues Part Two
    Neil Halstead - Two Stones in My Pocket
    Robert Plant - Thru' With The Two Step


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