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Oct 21 2010
1 The Beatles - One of the first mainstream albums to use a Moog was Abbey Road 84824
2 Michael Jackson 55460
3 Paul McCartney 45563
4 Linkin Park 38647
5 George Harrison 31239
6 Muse - Minimoogs are used to perform the band's siganture synth arpeggios, played live by Dominic Howard and Morgan Nicholls. 22308
7 David Bowie 22237
8 Freddie Mercury 20105
9 Dr. Dre 19064
10 Deadmau5 19041
11 Prince 17482
12 Radiohead 15613
13 Daft Punk 14394
14 Alicia Keys 13834
15 Coldplay 13795
16 Rush - Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson 13098
17 MGMT - (formerly known as The Management) 12167
18 Beastie Boys 10108
19 ABBA 9926
20 Stevie Wonder 9760
21 Frank Zappa - had most of his keyboard players playing a Minimoog in the '70s and '80s. 9466
22 Jason Mraz 9349
23 The Beach Boys 8958
24 Janet Jackson 8648
25 The Cure 8363
26 Depeche Mode 8124
27 Timbaland 7609
28 Deftones 7000
29 Neurosis 6984
30 Trent Reznor 6836
31 Queens of the Stone Age - Dean Fertita (Uses a Little Phatty) 6816
32 Incubus 6668
33 Heart 6593
34 John Frusciante - Red Hot Chili Peppers 6353
35 Yes 6312
36 The Monkees - Their song "Daily Nightly" was the first known pop recording to feature a synthesizer, namely the Moog Modular synth purchased by Micky Dolenz, only the third to be sold commercially at the time. 6203
37 Hans Zimmer - Film composer 6170
38 Cake 6055
39 Lenny Kravitz 5949
40 David Gilmour 5948
41 Paul Simon 5797
42 Brian Eno - Roxy Music 5342
43 Zakk Wylde - Black Label Society, on the album, Mafia 5230
44 Linda McCartney - Wings 5054
45 Ben Folds 4677
46 Silk - Multi Grammy Winner 4663
47 Moby 4569
48 Brian Wilson - On the album Love You 4432
49 Joni Mitchell - On the song "The Jungle Line" from The Hissing of Summer Lawns 4339
50 DragonForce 4175
51 Air 4066
52 Norman Cook 4020
53 Franz Ferdinand 3977
54 John Paul Jones - With Led Zeppelin on the song "Friends" 3918
55 Mastodon 3777
56 Rick Rubin 3669
57 Kraftwerk (used Micromoog, Minimoog and Polymoog) 3653
58 Devo 3388
59 Herbie Hancock 3376
60 Lettuce - Lactucarium 3274
61 Geddy Lee - Rush 3066
62 Relient K - Select songs 3040
63 Santana 2827
64 Jean Michel Jarre 2695
65 Richard Wright - Pink Floyd 2692
66 Gordon Lightfoot 2584
67 Gary Numan 2540
68 John Fogerty 2522
69 CKY 2439
70 Vangelis 2400
71 Leon Russell 2353
72 Jeff Lynne - Electric Light Orchestra 2180
73 Goldfrapp 2147
74 Steve Earle 2068
75 Alex Lifeson - Rush 2032
76 Scott Storch 2004
77 Manfred Mann 1836
78 Billy Preston 1802
79 Chick Corea 1763
80 Rick Wakeman 1743
81 DJ Quik 1679
82 Zero 7 1603
83 Sunn O))) 1595
84 Micky Dolenz - The Monkees 1580
85 Tangerine Dream 1575
86 Morcheeba 1571
87 Paul Shaffer - Late Show with David Letterman 1558
88 The Crystal Method 1552
89 Motion City Soundtrack 1528
90 Skinny Puppy 1445
91 Jack's Mannequin 1420
92 Chad Hugo - The Neptunes, N.E.R.D 1417
93 BT 1385
94 Thursday 1379
95 Ray Manzarek One of the earliest uses on an album, from the psychedelic rock album Strange Days by The Doors 1358
96 Thurston Moore - Sonic Youth, on Evol 1357
97 Sun Ra 1338
98 Portugal. The Man 1274
99 Stereolab 1245
100 Vince Clarke - Erasure 1236
101 The Residents 1228
102 Giorgio Moroder and his team 1219
103 Liam Howlett - The Prodigy 1179
104 Matt Sharp - Weezer, The Rentals 1168
105 Nuno Bettencourt - Extreme, Population1 1152
106 Mike Farrell - Morrissey, Macy Gray 1117
107 Adam Jones - Tool 1091
108 Fu 1084
109 Jordan Rudess - Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment 1007
110 Wendy Carlos 974
111 Soulwax 954
112 VAST 929
113 Thomas Dolby 911
114 Steve Morse - Dixie Dregs, Steve Morse Band, Deep Purple, Kansas - In the 70s and 80s Morse played a modified Fender Telecaster run through a homemade effects system using a full MiniMoog, both studio and live 873
115 Yellow Magic Orchestra 851
116 Hinterland 840
117 Robert Miles 817
118 Graham Coxon - Blur 805
119 Ludo 786
120 Friendly Fires 779
121 Dennis DeYoung - Styx 777
122 Madonna Wayne Gacy - Marilyn Manson 758
123 Roger McGuinn - The Byrds 734
124 Mark Linkous - Sparklehorse 728
125 Front Line Assembly 703
126 Keith Emerson - Emerson, Lake & Palmer 677
127 Jesse Carmichael - Maroon 5 629
128 Alan Wilder Recoil 613
129 Telex 598
130 Nick Rhodes - Duran Duran 594
131 Kenna 571
132 The Locust - Post-punk/noise rock/crust punk band 567
133 Klaus Schulze 561
134 The Rentals 547
135 Akira Yamaoka 528
136 Gary Wright- Spooky Tooth, Gary Wright (solo) 499
137 Jan Hammer - Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jeff Beck, Miami Vice 477
138 Dean Fertita - Queens of the Stone Age, The Dead Weather 474
139 The Unicorns 461
140 George Duke 430
141 Charlie Clouser - Nine Inch Nails 409
142 Don Airey 399
143 Bernie Worrell - Keyboards player with Parliament, Funkadelic, etc. 358
144 Head East 340
145 Frank Lucas 306
146 Geoff Downes - Asia, Buggles 289
147 4hero 278
148 Isao Tomita 270
149 Rita Lee 267
150 Doug Fieger - The Knack 252
151 John Linnell - in both They Might Be Giants and the early band The Mundanes 238
152 Page McConnell - Phish 233
153 James Dewees - The Get Up Kids and Reggie and the Full Effect 227
154 Money Mark 226
155 Hugo Montenegro 222
156 Greg Phillinganes 218
157 Jesse F. Keeler - Death from Above 1979 213
158 Nellee Hooper 210
159 John Vanderslice 203
160 David Sancious 203
161 Edan 198
162 Patrick Moraz - Yes, The Moody Blues 196
163 Gershon Kingsley - Music to Moog by, etc. 183
164 Trocadero 183
165 Jane Child 179
166 The Anniversary 172
167 Dick Hyman 161
168 Steve Walsh - Kansas 151
169 Adrian Utley - Portishead 151
170 Joy Electric 145
171 Peter Bardens - Camel 145
172 Richard Tandy - Electric Light Orchestra 135
173 Edgar Froese 134
174 Lee Curreri 134
175 Jenny Conlee - The Decemberists 128
176 Chris Jasper 127
177 John Medeski - Medeski, Martin and Wood 126
178 Peter Wolf - in Frank Zappa's band. 124
179 Paul Bley - First live performance of a Moog, at Lincoln Center in 1969 124
180 Jean-Jacques Perrey 120
181 Gary Usher - On Sagittarius' album The Blue Marble 116
182 Battlecat - Hip hop producer (Snoop Dogg) 116
183 Roger O'Donnell - The Cure, Thompson Twins, The Psychedelic Furs, Berlin 114
184 Timmy T 113
185 Piero Umiliani 112
186 Neal Doughty - REO Speedwagon 112
187 Ian Underwood 112
188 Dave Greenfield - The Stranglers 111
189 Tonto's Expanding Head Band 110
190 The Moog Cookbook 108
191 Hybrid 104
192 Thighpaulsandra 104
193 Don Preston 100
194 Max Middleton 94
195 Zac Baird - Korn, Everlast, Fear and the Nervous System, Jonathan Davis and the SFA, Maimou 92
196 Christopher Franke 88
197 Tim Blake - Crystal Machine -Gong & Hawkwind 81
198 Travis Dickerson 81
199 Los Jaivas - On the album Alturas De Macchu Picchu 80
200 Dead Disco 80
201 DJ Logic 80
202 Larry Fast 78

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