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My CD collection covers a broad spectrum of music from all over the world:

from 2 Unlimited to 883,
    from Anggun to Apocalyptica,
      from Sebastian Bach to Toni Braxton,
        from Clannad to The Crüxshadows,
          from Danzig to Duran Duran,
            from The Eagles to Enya,
              from Mylene Farmer to Nelly Furtado,
                from Peter Gabriel to Guns n' Roses,
                  from HIM to The Human League,
                    from Billy Idol to Chris Isaak,
                      from Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince to Journey,
                        from Joshua Kadison to Kula Shaker,
                          from Liberty X to Linkin Park,
                            from Manau to Mr. Big,
                          from Youssou N'Dour to Stevie Nicks,
                        from Offspring to Orange Blue,
                      from Michael Penn to Placebo,
                    from Quad City DJs to Queens of the Stone Age,
                  from Raemonn to Robbie Robertson,
                from Skid Row to Stereo MC's,
              from Take That to Type 0 Negative,
            from Ugly Kid Joe to Midge Ure,
          from Vertical Horizon to Visage,
        from W.A.S.P. to World Without Sundays
      from the X-Files soundtrack to... uh, the X-Files soundtrack,
    from Dwight Yoakam to Yothu Yindi,
from Zucchero to ZZ Top.

Here, I would like to present to you some of my all-time favourite music, as well as new artists I noticed. I hope you'll enjoy exploring my recommendations.

The Crüxshadows
I saw them play live at RingCon 2006, and they totally blew me away with their music, lead singer Rogue's voice, and their incredible stage presence and energy, so I immediately had to buy one of their CDs (Ethernaut) which I proceeded to listen to pretty incessantly for weeks. The above link leads you to their official site.

Duran Duran
They're back!!! The Fab Five have reunited and their new single and album sound just like old times, without seeming outdated. Check out their official site at the link above.

World Without Sundays
"Who?" you'll probably ask, especially if you live outside the US. WWS is a LA-based band who I discovered recently, and fell in love with. If you like pop/rock/blues with influences from David Bowie, Queen, Tom Waits and a variety of others, this is the band for you!

More to follow.