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Billboard just named James Blunt one of the top one-hit-wonders of the decade. For Seattle listeners, he's a timeless treasure.
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Seattle's Jonesing for James Blunt, Babs, The Pogues, and Music From The Last of the Mohicans

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Billboard just named James Blunt one of the top one-hit-wonders of the decade. For Seattle listeners, he's a timeless treasure.
Sure, sure, Seattleites gobble up hot zeitgeist records from the likes of The xx, Tom Waits, and ... Susan Boyle. But when nobody's looking, they're lurking around the library picking out soon-to-be favorites like Genesis, Blunty, and Babs. Here's a look at what Seattleites had on hold recently at the Seattle Central Library:

-- Various Artists, Now That's What I Call Music, Volume 30 (2 Copies!!!!)

-- Jay Z, In My Lifetime: Vol. 1

-- Dr. Dre, The Chronic, 2001

-- Soundtrack, The Last of the Mohicans

-- Eels, Hombre Lobo: 12 Songs of Desire

-- Various Artists (K.C. & the Sunshine Band, War, The Doobie Brothers, etc.), A.M. Gold: 1975

-- Barbara Streisand, Funny Girl

-- Various Artists, Now That's What I Call Classic Rock

-- Genesis, Trespass

-- The Pogues, Rum Sodomy & the Lash

 
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