Friday, March 31, 2006

Friday Random 10

Occasionally it happens -- I'll listen to my iPod on shuffle and am cool with every song I hear. Today is one such day.

1. Queen, "Bicycle Race"
2. Muddy Waters, "You Shook Me"
3. Elvis Costello, "Tear Off Your Own Head (It's a Doll Revolution)"
4. The Blue Magoos, "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet"
5. The Starlight Mints, "Popsickle"
6. Yo La Tengo, "Nuclear War (Version 1)"
7. Mose Allison, "V-8 Ford Blues"
8. The Youngbloods, "Get Together"
9. The Strokes, "Hard to Explain"
10. Squeeze, "Cool for Cats"


At 9:28 AM, Blogger Daniel Gale-Grogen said...

Must be a nice day, Chasey -- the stars are aligning for our machines.

1. Tenacious D, "Rock Your Socks"
2. Parliament, "Aqua Boogie"
3. British Sea Power, "The Lonely"
4. Barenaked Ladies, "Maybe Katie"
5. One Dove, "White Love"
6. Frank Sinatra, "All of Me"
7. Charlatans U.K., "Forever"
8. Squeeze, "Black Coffee in Bed"
9. My Bloody Valentine, "Come in Alone"
10. Belle & Sebastian, "Chickfactor"

At 10:37 AM, Anonymous turtleboi said...

Corny? Sure. Overplayed? You bet. I don't care. That Youngbloods song is still a tonic for the blues.

1. The Fall, "Spoiled Victorian Child"
2. The Raveonettes, "Somewhere in Texas"
3. Sebadoh, "Trees"
4. Billy Gilman, "I Think She Likes Me"
5. The Smiths, "Pretty Girls Make Graves"
6. The Connells, "Get a Gun"
7. Ween, "Falling Out"
8. Elf Power, "Felt Good to Burn"
9. Magnolia Electric Co., "The Night Shift Lullaby"
10. Tom Waits, "Till the Money Runs Out"

At 10:39 AM, Blogger Chase McInerney said...

Is that Elf Power "Felt Good to Burn" a cover of the Flaming Lips song of the same name?

At 2:29 PM, Anonymous turtleboi said...

Why, yes, it is. From their "Nothing's Going to Happen" CD. They also cover Sonic Youth, T. Rex and Robyn Hitchcock. (Incidentally, the title track sounds like the coolest Flaming Lips song the Flaming Lips never wrote.)

At 5:02 PM, Blogger Larry Mondello said...

I don't understand, Chase. If there are songs you are "not cool with" why are they on your IPOD in the first place?


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