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3AM Eternal: The Clientele "Monday's Rain" (1999)

Thanks to the painful ending of a relationship, I was introduced to the music of The Clientele. This was the first single I got in the mail, and while I loved the A-side, it was the dreamy, melancholy b-side that  110 more words

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3AM Eternal: Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band "Watching The Rain" (2009)

Taken from her 2009 album Between My Head And The Sky, Yoko Ono‘s in fine form here on “Watching The Rain.” This track is pure mellow, one of Yoko’s best tracks to date, and shows that her musical legacy is not merely as a mop-top’s controversial, divisive widow. 32 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Jesus and Mary Chain "Happy When It Rains" (1987)

I have a friend who is happiest when it rains; bummed when the skies are blue, thrilled with the sound of thunder. As for me, this was the first… 62 more words

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3AM Eternal: Eddie Rabbitt "I Love A Rainy Night" (1980)

Eddie Rabbitt was one of the better country singers of the late Seventies and Eighties. His songs, like “Every Which Way But Loose,” “Drivin’ My Life Away,” and “Two Dollars In The Jukebox,” were radio staples, and at the top of that list is “I Love A Rainy Night,” which came in 1980, and was one of many, many hits that he would score during the next decade. 48 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Alarm "Rain In The Summertime" (1987)

Welsh rockers The Alarm were an established band in Europe, but they didn’t really break through in America until 1987, when they released this amazing stadium rock-friendly anthem. 41 more words

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3AM Eternal: Keith Whitley "I'm No Stranger To The Rain" (1989)

The story of Keith Whitley is a tragic one. He was a child prodigy, becoming well-known in the country and bluegrass circles before his 15th birthday; when he went solo in the 1980s, he quickly became a country star on the level of… 109 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience "I Like Rain" (1986)

There’s something most charming about the video above, taken from New Zealand indie-pop band The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience’s debut album, Love Songs. It’s a silly, homemade affair, which suits the chirpy melody and innocent vibe that radiates from the song. 59 more words

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