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So long at it seems to be mostly bad puns, let's see if anyone can recognize the bands/songs from the code snippets:

!( $this->isa( 'exit' )) until ($brooklyn) { } continue { sleep() } while ($america) { $america->DESTROY } `touch evil` @ways_to_die == 99 @fix == 1 $self->name eq 'mud' 7 + 7 == die unless $too_tough; if ( $you->buy('cd') ) { $self->get('porche') } require 'English' || die (! $self->believe() ) $technicolor->blur() $self == $hell

And, for the case of no real code involved, but search engines probably won't help you: (okay, with the one word names, there's probably more than one artist who have songs with these titles)

time if $pass && $fail split Test use less sleep push

I guess one hint -- they're in alphabetical order by artist name (as I just browsed through my listings)

Update: well, no one seems to have tried guessing in the ~40hrs it was up, so here are the answers:

In reply to Re: The Top 10 Perl/Programming Songs of All Time by jhourcle
in thread The Top 10 Perl/Programming Songs of All Time by thezip

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