What's On Repeat? Earphone Giveaway

What's On Repeat?

You know how it starts. You hear a sweet tune, then play it on repeat until it becomes a part of your music-lovin’ soul. And then you play it some more. It happens to us too.

In the comments below, tell us what’s on repeat for you these days. An old favorite? A new unknown? A guilty pleasure? Fess up. We want to know.

One lucky commenter will win a pair of SE535LTD Limited Edition Sound Isolating Earphones With Remote + Mic. They’ll bring out the most mind-blowing nuances in your favorite song every time you hear it.

Post your comment by June 5, 2013, to be eligible for the prize drawing.

Fine print: to win, you must be 18 or older and a U.S. resident. International laws governing sweepstakes make it hard for us to give prizes to non-U.S. residents, as much as we’d like to. Check out the official rules on shure.com.

Let the music sharing begin!

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Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott started singing at Shure and now sings wherever they'll let her. She wishes she were Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, and Johnny Cash all rolled up in a voice box. Her favorite mic is the BETA®87A. Interviews with product developers and general Shure news are her beat.

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  • Craig Manrique says:


  • Ben says:

    You’re so vain.

  • David says:

    Weezer blue album!

  • Don Brown says:

    If they sound as good as they look,need I say more?

  • Kd says:

    Robyn- hang with me, the jimmy kimmel version!!! And yes, my husband is tired of it… Along with the teenage boys

  • Kristin Britt says:

    Bad Things by Jace Everett

  • Kristin Britt says:

    Zombie by The Cranberries

  • Chris Jackson says:

    Crazy Girl by Eli Young Band

  • Chris Jackson says:

    Gin, smoke, and lies by Turnpike Troubadours.

  • Michael says:

    Ohhhhhh oh guns of brixton. All day through those 535s!

  • Dan S says:

    Europe – Ninja.

  • John I. says:

    With all due respect to the late Tommy James (whose version I also love), I’ve been squeezing every bit of remaining life from my SE530s, listening to the great Nat King Cole’s version of “It’s All In The Game”. Being recorded at a time when music was music, listening to this strings-heavy song with so-so earphones would be an injustice. My Shures have been the only ones to give this that 3-dimensional visual while my eyes are closed. I can almost picture where exactly each section is positioned in the studio – the double-bass and the harp slightly on the right; violins immediately behind Mr. Cole, who’s up front and center, leading the way with his masterful vocals. Speaking of which, that voice… that absolutely wonderful voice. The voice that Sinatra himself once recalled as perfection (“No matter what song he sang, he was ALWAYS in tune”), listening to Mr. Cole’s version of “It’s All In The Game” with a pair of subpar earphones would have been sacrilegious.. so thank you to Shure for being around my generation (I’m 41 by the way) so that I can appreciate this musical gift to humanity that is Nat King Cole. Keep up the great job!

  • Dan S says:

    Europe – Nija.

  • Twelve Foot Ninja from Australia is my first go-to. If not that, a little Skunk Anansie does the trick.

  • Dave says:

    The Veils, Vicious Traditions.

  • Thomas Brown says:

    A-Punk, Vampire Weekend. Takes me back to the 80’s. the best decade for music.

  • DKamida says:

    Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories!

  • Kyle b says:

    I got radioactive on repeat these days, song never gets old

  • Michael Murtagh says:

    No Rain, by Blind Melon has been on repeat a lot for myself lately

  • Jennifer Halberstein says:

    Low by Sleeping with Sirens.

  • Jennifer Halberstein says:

    Low by sleeping with sirens

  • Tony Cross says:

    Any highway you want – Rock Sugar

  • Louis Meyer says:

    Honestly I can’t stop listening to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Thrift shop aside the rest of his album is amazing. Beautifully written and strong thought provoking lyrics with ample head nodding pounding beats.

  • Raymond Lee says:

    Future Islands – Inch of Dust. It’s well layered and awesome.

  • Louis Meyer says:

    The only thing that can be created by these beautiful IEMs is pure bliss in reveling in how amazing your music becomes through the magic that Shure produces.

  • Jacob says:

    The song I’m really digging at the moment is I.V by X Japan!!!

  • Nick says:

    Three days grace – animal I have become

  • Ron R says:

    The first time I heard it was in the early 90s and everytime I hear it, it sticks infectiously in my head. “Particle Man” by They Might Be Giants. It’s playing in my head right now!

  • Ron R says:

    I heard it the first time in the early 90s and now anytime I come across it, it becomes very infectious and will stick in my head the rest of the day. “Particle Man” by They Might Be Giants. I’m singing it in my head right now!

  • Michael says:

    The first song I listened to that got me addicted to metal was confined by as I lay dying. Been a fan of the genre ever since.

  • nathan eaton says:

    The sound track to Rock of Ages the musical has been on repeat for awhile now.

  • Bryan E Wickes says:

    Share products are a sure thing!!!

  • Mark Eggen says:

    some Ac/dc and floyd

  • Chris Cannon says:

    With summertime nearly here in Seattle, I’m constantly repeating music from the Gipsy Kings. It would be great to replace my old frazzled SE-115M+ earphones with these new 535s….

  • Brian Gereau says:

    Muse’s Madness has been on top of my repeat list for a while.

  • Darin Snow says:

    CSO Radio: Claude Debussy’s “Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune” performed by Mathieu Dufour & The Chicago Symphony from a concert in March via Sound Cloud.

  • chris Pippin says:

    Eagles One of these nights, new Steve Earle, and Zeppelin!!

  • Blake J says:

    Ra Ra Riot’s “Boy”. Such a great intro…

  • John Hancock says:

    New York state if mind by Mel Torme

  • vern millard says:

    Home by Blake Shelton and Usher sang during benefit concert for tornado victims. Wow

  • Noah says:

    Baba O’riley by The Who – I recently started listening to Who’s Next again and I can’t seem to stop

  • Brian Logan says:

    Daft punk “Random Access Memories”

  • Paul Najera says:

    Disclosures new album

  • Rich Sowards says:

    Right now I’m listening to Low Roar’s friends make garbage(good friends take it out) & Daft Punk’s loose yourself to dance.

  • Janusz says:

    Depeche mode

  • xavier gutierrez says:

    Ed sheeran-kiss me

  • Bryan Cooper says:

    Rocking “This is the sea” by The Waterboys

  • Bryan Cooper says:

    One of the best, most accurate headphones on the market. Few others compare to the SE 535. I’d be honored to win a pair. Right now I have the SE 425 and love the brand.

  • Garen Tea says:

    Hmm, there’s really so many it hard for me to pick. The genre matters too because I literally have so many to pick from. 🙂 Don’t Look Back in Anger by Oasis, 18 and a Life by Skidrow, If I fell by The Beatles. Or ANYTHING from Johnny Craig, Periphery, or Copeland. Well yeah, there’s a couple!

  • Eric Robbins says:

    Behind blue eyes a lot and Ra do you call my name 🙂

  • Peter says:

    Panic station by Muse! Nothing like it!

  • I want those IEM’s!!! PLEASE!!!

  • “This is not the end” by Gungor

  • Thomas fanning says:

    Elton John! Aways

  • Jamie Ballew says:

    Volbeat’s “Doc Holliday”

  • William Wang says:

    Walking In Memphis-Marc Cohn

  • Maksim Chayun says:

    Wu-Tang Clan’s C.R.E.A.M. Old favorite and I’m still impressed by how raw and real it is.

  • James Chato says:

    On spotify lately, I’ve been in nostalgia and listened to a lot of 90s alternative from bands like “Better than Ezra”, “Goo goo dolls”, “Matchbox 20”, but the one I can’t really get enough lately is “Live – I Alone.”

  • Joe Bond says:

    Stay Just a Little Bit Longer by Dion and the Belmonts.

  • josh crapo says:

    sourvein – salvation

  • Derrick Small says:

    My guilty pleasure is TiK ToK by Kesha…don’t judge me! 🙂

  • Benjamin Blackmon says:

    little feat- waiting for columbus

  • Ron Shoemaker says:

    Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings “Retreat!”

  • Michael cole says:

    I’m “so sorry, Uncle Albert”, but the stylus has dug deep trenches in Paul McCartney’s “Ram”. Also “I found out” that John Lennon’s “John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band” is a record worth getting stuck in your head. “Shure” do wish I had some nice earbuds with which to enjoy these classic albums, ad infintum! Puns!

  • Marcus Parks says:

    Just today I had Fishbone’s “Fishy Swa Ska” on repeat. That song is the B-side on the “Sunless Saturday” single and in my opinion one od their best songs.

  • I usually have different genres of music from Chicago Symphony Orchestra to The Beatles. But mostly I play Mayday Parade.

  • Steve says:

    Ice Cream by Raekwon.

  • Jeremy Devlin says:

    Don’t laugh, but Diana Krall and Elvis Costello creation Narrow Daylight. Especially a live version, you hear so delicately how she plays that piano.

  • shay says:

    ACDC Long Way To The Top. I just like watching my 5 year old sing along.

  • matt trostle says:

    I have billy joel we didn’t start the fire on repeat 🙂

  • Todd Mann says:

    Big Wreck – The Albatross.

  • Logan T says:

    I’ve been listening to the whole album Hisaishi Meets Miyazaki Films! I love his soundtracks. The music is just so moving!

  • Eli Zion says:

    The Funeral by Band of Horses
    I Guess That’s Why They Call it the Blues by Elton John

  • jason roe says:

    Gimme gimme gimme DA earphones please maaaaan I want em

  • I’ve had Amanda Palmer’s ‘Want it Back’ on repeat since I downloaded her new album last fall.

  • Matt says:

    The album “Four Way Street” by Crosby Stills Nash and Young

  • Pete Cook says:

    Bob Mould, Silver Age. Love that album

  • Keith cable says:

    Little feat.
    Waiting for Columbus.

  • Curtis Nunnery says:

    What I’ve been jammin to lately is a pretty awesome dubstep playlist on spotify. That and brushing up on some country for my gigs.

  • mance says:

    rick ross- luxury tax

  • Jack cornell says:

    Atoms For Peace

  • Amy Kelley says:

    “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke is my JAM!

  • Gary J Cortese says:

    Michael Schenkers , Into the Arena

  • Joel cotton says:

    Lovely Day! Bill withers!!!

  • Sharon McHargue says:

    I discovered a duo of guitar players called Loren Barringer and Mark Mazengarb they have 2 CDs one called Onward the other is just their names. Both are excellent and amazing guitar players. Plus the voice sounds like James Taylor. Get ready for a wonderful sound experience.

  • Cliff Hall says:

    “A Fool Such as I” – Bailie And The Boys. Kathie Bailie’s silky pipes and killer phrasing on this 1990 cover of the Hank Snow classic have made it one of my favorite guilty pleasures.

  • Dave Solomon says:

    Looping Paul’s Boutique (remastered) by the Beastie Boys on my Shure SE215s. RIP MCA!

  • Eric says:

    Chelsea Dagger. Go Blackhawks!!

  • Tim Langford says:

    Ricky Skaggs Mosaic album, the whole thing. Really love the sounds on this album.

  • Alan Wong says:

    Ferry Corsten – Live Forever

  • Buddy Walker says:

    On vacation in Daytona Beach, listening to new George Strait (Love Is Everything) and a couple of old standbys, Donald Fagan (Kamakiriad) and Jethro Tull (Crest of a Knave).

  • JosephC says:

    I recently rediscovered the NWOBHM band, Saxon. Even though I own all of the first 7 releases, I ordered recently released, remastered, versions of the first few albums. The one track that is constantly on repeat is “Denim and Leather”. I still feel just as excited listening to it now as I did back in 1982! This song is so badass that I just have to turn it up loud enough for the world to hear it too. I got to see them live just once back in the 80’s. I would love to see them again soon. Until then, I’ll have to satisfy my fix with youtube clips.

  • Patrick S. says:

    Follow up to my last post…
    My Shure headphones are used as much as my iPhone… Which is all the time

  • Patrick S. says:

    Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon. With my Shure SE 210 I can hear so much clarity and sounds I’ve never heard before. Shure rocks!

  • Glider Dude says:

    Antidote by Swedish House Mafia

  • Bryan Chronister says:

    I’m listening to Angie Miller (American Idol) I Surrender & You Set Me Free.

  • Kevin Saint says:

    My band just got signed to Maurice The Fish Records, so I have been listening to my new label mates for months. Raymond Hayden, Rikk Beatty Band, Rafael Tranquilino, Sevens Revenge. So much awesome, diverse music on our label it it’s amazing.

  • Eric Berry says:

    Boodledang by Z(Dweezil Zappa)

  • Nicholas D. says:

    “Forever Young” by Bob Dylan seems to be a constant in my life

  • Mark Whittenberg says:

    Matt Chamberlain’s Company 23 album. I hear something new every time through.

  • Nick Sandy says:

    I cannot stop listenig to instant crush by Daft Punk. Honestly I can’t stop listening to the whole album. Layers apon layers of music that even after a week I’m just digging into. The inclusion of so many guest singers and instrumentalists makes this easily their best album. So much more variation then your standard release.

  • Josh Kelley says:

    I’ve had Cannibal by Cadalack Ron on repeat sine November 2012 and now have Roskin Doblin by Rheteric Ramirez on repeat for a couple of months now. They need to be heard through some Shure headphones

  • OLD
    “. ” “. “. THE WALL

    Black Keys
    Joe Bonamassa

    Frankie Goes to Hollywood. RELAX

  • Joseph Bogaard says:

    Some Nights by Fun and the Waking Up album by One Republic!

  • Randy Frazee says:

    Love the old stuff
    Lee Michaels Stormy Monday, that Hammon organ with those Leslie speakers spinning and Lee Signing always a winner!

  • George Sheridan-Smith says:

    King of The Road by Roger Miller

  • Chris Lopez says:

    God’s great dance floor chris Tomlin. Actually the whole burning lights album. Saw him in concert at red rocks a few weeks ago amazing show. Just keep playing over and over at home in the car on the iPod. Now trying to learn songs on drums to play for worship at our church. New earbuds would be nice. Lol. Here my repeat Thanks you have awesome products.

  • Craig says:

    I enjoy listening to Jason Mraz – 93 Million Miles. This song just makes me feel good and I can hit the repeat button again and again. Gives you a good perspective of how fragile our small planet really is.

  • Tony Tomaino says:

    Now that Summer’s almost here in the East coast, my favorite tune to repeat is called “Dingy Dong Day” by bassist Marc Johnson from the 1998 CD entitled “The Sound of Summer Running”. Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell playing Surf music! Do seek out and enjoy! Peace, Love, and Headphones….

  • RAR says:

    The Pump – Larry Carlton & Steve Lukather – No Substitutions: Live in Osaka

  • David Laird says:

    Lately for me it is “I’m Not Ashamed” by Kristan Stanfill (Passion White Flag).

  • mr.Joel says:

    William Basinski’s Disintegration Loop 1.1

  • Keith Kintner says:

    California Dreamin’ by the Mamas and Papas — a favorite Summer oldie!

  • Larry Seiler says:

    Richard Vidmer – The Winds of Change

  • Peter says:

    Deadmau5 Essential Mix from 2008 on BBC Radio 1 with Pete Tong

  • Ryan Callahan says:

    John Brown’s Body new album – Kings and Queens.

  • Hamza A Abbas says:

    Tom Waits – Im big in Japan!!!

  • Brian Wilkins says:

    Sia – Loved me back to Life

    What a voice!

  • Andrew says:

    The Times They Are a-Changin’ by Bob Dylan.

  • Kenny Soule says:

    Guilty pleasure? “We Gotta Know” by the Cro-Mags

  • Mick McClain says:

    My Repeat is Led Zeppelin’s “Travelling Riverside Blues”. Was originally the “B” flip side of the Immigrant Song 45 RPM record, never released on LP, finally made it onto BBC Sessions CD. Great tune, was never in my opinion a “B” side tune! A forgotten classic!

  • Charles says:

    Kendrick Scott Oracle – Be Water

  • mike andrews says:

    Doin’ it Right by Daft Punk

  • Anthony says:

    I can’t get away from Big Wreck’s new album, Albatross. It’s awesome. Great song writing and guitar playing.

  • Bryan Cowee says:

    Radio Lemans always every day

  • Alex Gutierrez says:

    My repeated song is “yours forever” by hillsong that song is being repeated in my music library

  • Jeremy Bowen says:

    I love Chaos Divine’s prog metal cover of “Africa” by Toto. It’s quite habit-forming.

  • josh sutter says:

    I’ve been listening to credence constantly lately. their greatest hits album is awesome!

  • gregoryhyde says:

    “Since I Don’t Have You” by the Skyliners. It’s such a great song, and it’s the inspiration for my next album, so I’m listening to it constantly.

  • Ron Logan says:

    “When The Ships Arrive” – Guano Apes

  • Aaron christiansen says:

    I’ve been listening to paramore part ii.
    Guilty pleasure.

    The vocals on this song get me every time
    The bass is a little overpowering nothing a little
    Eq can’t handle.

    Been on repeat since last week.

  • Omar toledo says:

    One of my old time favorites is Come Sail Away by Styx. I love the intro of that song

  • Brian says:

    Missy Higgins – The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle!

  • Omar toledo says:

    One of my favorite old time is Come Sail Away from Styx

  • Justin Zambrana says:

    Love the old school hip hop snoop dog ( gin and juice )

  • Being an avid listener since 2007, without a doubt Foals have steer headed my playlist. Not only am I Listening to there song “Alabaster” on repeat but I constantly listen to there albums “Total Life Forever” and “Holy Fire” at least once a day. Their indie feel has taken over my taste in music and has expanded my playlist. Consisting of soft harmonics and aired acoustics my SE425’s have done the trick but pushed me away from my passion with hardstyle dance.

  • Jesse B says:

    “Where Will We Go” by IAMDYNAMITE! Check them out kids!

  • Jorge says:

    I hear old Latin ballads of the 1940s and 50s, such as Los Panchos’ Desesperadamente. These are old tunes no one plays anymore except for the memory banks of old souls tuned-in to days gone by.

  • Dante says:

    Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division

  • hubie1954 says:

    Come to the River, Rhett Walker Band

  • Stephen Dawson says:

    Listening to the older stuff more and more. Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, the 60’s, and even some Rockabilly.

  • Carolyn Kennedy says:

    The Handsome Family — Lizard (from album Wilderness)

  • Rick says:

    “Burnin’ Down the House” the Talking Heads

  • Currently I have The Sky is Falling (Live) by Advent Horizon on repeat

  • John Z says:

    Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes – “I don’t wanna go home”

  • Aaron Rogge says:

    “Sleep” by Eric Whitacre.

  • Cyrus says:

    I’ve been listening to Blues for the past couple of weeks now. Specially Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Texas Flood. Amazing guitar work!

  • Willie Nelson – Across The Borderline
    Donnie Hathaway – Live
    Comanchero – The Undeserved

  • Doug Steele says:

    Been listening to Resurrection Day, by Kim & Reggie Harris, a fair bit.

  • Adam says:

    I love Shure headphones I use them all the time the song or album I listen to is Lindsey Sterling. I just love how she plays the Violin.

  • Rich Hall says:

    I’m stuck on that Goat record. It’s so good, and I always hear new stuff on it.

  • Brandon says:

    Youngblood Hawke – Stars (Hold On)

  • Rocktop says:

    Allman Brothers all day long

  • Brian Norwood says:

    Right now I cannot stop listening to “September” and “Let’s Groove Tonight” by Earth Wind and Fire. The most obsessive listening of my current groove and funk revival.

  • John Keck says:

    Lately it’s been Bob Marley and a live version of “No Woman, No Cry”. Just a sweet groove. Also, they’ve remodeled the office I work in and the cubes are smaller, with lower walls, and more tightly packed. Which means you have to pretty much wear headphones all day to drown out the noise and conversations all around you. Headphones are essential to me these days, and when you will be wearing them 8 hours a day, it would sure be nice to have some good-quality ‘phones to rely on. And, since they have a mic, I could also use them with my VOIP phone. The perfect solution!

  • Chris Townson says:

    I know, I’m Canadian and ‘can’t’ win, but recently my wife has been watching “The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent”.
    Some of the tunes are amazing and caused me to dig out an old Eagles album (CD)… “Seven Bridges Road” has harmony, finger picking guitar and something that takes me back to being 11 years old, hanging out at the record store, asking to have it played, AGAIN.

  • virgil says:

    Freewill by RUSH!

  • FLN says:

    Lincoln Brewster.

  • Tim Waitt says:

    Olly Murs – Dear Darlin 😀

  • Dan Blakeney says:

    Hard Time (Who should know better than I)

  • Peter Carlson says:

    Joni Mitchell-Come In From The Cold

  • Neal Niswender says:

    “I Am Not the Same” by Seventh Day Slumber

  • Patrick Sanders says:

    Hummingbird by Local Natives. Also, Careless Whisper by George Michael because my band is working on a cover.

  • Derek says:

    Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore or Mirrors by Justin Timberlake.

  • Chip says:

    Feel good Inc. by By the Gorillaz. Can’t get it out of my head

  • Francisco Rodrigues says:

    At Freddy’s House – Road to Rebellion

  • Larry Weinberg says:

    For the past week, I’ve been entranced by Daft Punk’s new release “Random Access Memories.” More than worth the 8 years of waiting. From the first sounds, until the end two hours later, the music is sensational and collaborator Giorgio Moroder and featured artists Pharrell Williams and Paul Williams are spectacular. Much of the music is not what you’d expect from Daft Punk, but they have no one to please but themselves. This fan has gone willingly with them to this kinder, gentler place. From the first time through, I was addicted. Now subsequent listens have begun to show the depth and complexities of each track. I only wish I hadn’t lost my 535s, so I could be hearing this magnificent new album with them and not the speakers in my living room. If you thought of Daft Punk as too noisy or to cutesy, listen to “Random Access Memories,” it is a revelation and a satisfyingly mature evolution of Daft Punk.

  • Zach Brenner says:

    I love the song True Love by Phil Wickham! He has one of the greatest voices around, and his lyrics are awesome! The song sounds especially great through my Shure headphones. 🙂

  • “Again I say rejoice” by Israel Houghton is stuck up there and bouncing around today!

  • Miguel M says:

    Gemini Club – “Nothing But History”.

    Great indie electronic band from my hometown, Chicago.
    I’m sure they would sound even better on some new Shure earbuds!

  • Josh hedge says:

    Planet Caravan by Pantera
    Awesome cover of the Sabbath tune

  • Stuart Horowitz says:

    OK I admit it. It’s not music and not quite a loop that repeats. It’s really a very, very long story, and very complicated. Some passages are so complicated, I do find it necessary to listen to them again, and maybe again once more. And it seems to go on forever, because there is only limited time to listen in the in-between, quiet moments. It’s the unabridged version of the book-on-tape of The Brothers Karamazov, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Don’t judge until you’ve tried it!

  • John Lind says:

    I have one of my favorites by Last Rites, “The Crown of Thorns”. This song sets the standard for acid rock in the 21st Century and represents a huge evolutionary step from its predecessors in the 60’s. This is one of the many reasons Last Rites is known as the “scariest band ever” . . .

  • Jonathan M. says:

    Fink – This is the thing.

  • Paul says:

    John Coltrane Giant Steps, on VINYL

  • Derick Morales says:

    Stevie Ray Vaughn – Riviera Paradise

  • Josh Potts says:

    Native (album) – One Republic

  • William Hubbard says:

    “Wishing You Were Here” – Chicago

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  • Dana Osmun says:

    Steel Panther

  • Todd Nathans says:

    I was listening to an album this morning called “This is my Blood” from a group called The Dirt Drifters. I had forgotten how much I like the song, “Just Got Tonight.” My favorite lyric is:

    “The world’s going to hell, yes
    But I got a pay check so put on a blue dress”

    It reminds me that sometimes you just have to forget some of the hassels of life and live it.

    Sounds good on my SE425s.

  • Emily Clayton says:

    Into the wild by LP
    (And for more energetic moments Euphoria by Loreen….. Bit of a guilty pleasure since it was a Eurovision winner, haha. But I think I can, or should, be forgiven because it’s goooood!)

  • Joe Driscoll says:

    Heard Frank Sinatra’s live version of “I’ve got you under my skin” and have just had to play it over – and again this morning. Fabulous horns backing him up.

  • Will says:

    Real McCoy – Another Night

    I know, I know, I should be ashamed. But I’m not and I will play it again!

  • Marco Yung says:

    Brad Paisley – Mud on the Tires

  • Anthony Lam says:

    Love you like a love song by Selena Gomez….

    Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

  • Jer says:

    Small indie band Night Riots aka PK playing “Spiders”. Good vocals and range, a younger version of Brandon flowers, clear crisp vocals and harmonics. Looking forward to the 320K version and my 215’s.

  • Tabari Durham says:

    What’s really been on repeat for me recently is English House by Fleet Foxes.

  • Roger Rodriguez Jr says:

    I can’t stop listening to the new CD by The Mavericks, In Time! I love their sound and instrumentation!

  • Malcolm T says:

    Heavily rotating right now: The Great Gatsby Soundtrack

  • Borfus says:

    The song with the most plays in my iTunes library at the moment is “The Chamber of 32 Doors” from The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway by Genesis.

  • J.O says:

    Toro Y Moi – All the albums

  • jason says:

    Animal Collective’s ‘Bluish’ has been on repeat in my head all morning long today.

  • Jamesonian says:

    Sunday, Bloody Sunday as performed by Richard Cheese

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