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Type O Negative: Black
KMFDM: Juke Joint Jezebel
Parliament: Flashlight
Blue Man Group: Time to Start
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Blood Sugar Sex Magik
B52's: Devil in my Car
Joan Osborn: One of Us
Caulfields: Devil's Diary
Tom Tom Club: As Above So Below
David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust

Honorable mentions:
-- David Bowie: Space Oddity
-- Veruca: Number One Blind
-- Nickel Creek: Seven Wonders
-- B52's: 53 Miles West of Venus
-- Red Hot Chili Peppers: Funky Monks
-- B52's: Dirty Back Road
-- Type O Negative: Christian Woman
-- David Bowie: Starman

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In reply to Re: The Top 10 Perl/Programming Songs of All Time by poqui
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