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Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins Reveals Top 10 'Satisfying' Songs

Third Eye Blind frontman Stephan Jenkins, who recently stopped by the office to meet the AOL Radio and AOL Music staff and is now readying the August 18 release of the band's new album, 'Ursa Major,' has joined us as a guest blogger to list his top 10 favorite songs that he's listening to right now. From hip hop to indie rock, find out what track makes Jenkins dance in his kitchen, what tune he considers to be "a perfect soundtrack for deep, rich, satisfying sex" and more.

Hello, Stephan Jenkins here from Third Eye Blind. Here are some of my current listening habits. I just need to hear a track that moves me. I think my playlist can explain this better than I can -- hope you enjoy this.
10
'The Mountain'
My favorite singer since The Distillers.
Heartless Bastards The Mountain
09
'Skinny Love'
This is from last year and if you haven't let this cold, beautiful song sink into you, it's time.
Bon Iver Skinny Love
08
'Flashback'
A perfect soundtrack for deep, rich, satisfying sex.
Fat Freddys Drop Flashback
07
'Anthems for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl'
You can't turn this song off. It lures you in with its quiet, suspenseful sound and keeps you listening with that ticking-clock tempo.
Broken Social Scene Anthems for a Seventeen Year Old Girl
06
'Day 'N' Nite'
Great song to chill out to at the end of the day. I dance to it in my kitchen.
Kid Cudi Day N Night
05
'Love Dog'
The build-up in this song is fantastic. It starts and ends really softly, and still keeps this quality when the song blows up somewhere in the middle.
TV on the Radio Love Dog
04
'Guyamas Sonora'
I have no idea what is influencing this group. It all feels so exotic and fresh.
Beirut Guyamas Sonora
03
'Kids'
This song is all over the place these days, but it still feels fresh.
MGMT Kids
02
'Little Secrets'
I love the whole album 'Manners' -- pure summer disco magic.
Passion Pit Little Secrets
01
'Hysteric'
Karen O knows how to freak freely, and oh how I need it.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Hysterics

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