Friday, May 26, 2006

Friday Random 10

Give the gift of music. Or don't. It's not really any of my business.

Oh, and before I forget, you might want to check out this amusing Slate article on politicians and the political implications of what's on their iPods.

1. Tom Jones, "What's New, Pussycat?"
2. The Clash, "The Magnificent Seven"
3. The Ass Ponys, "And She Drowned"
4. Bongwater, "The Bad Review"
5. The Beatles, "Blackbird"
6. The Fruit Bats, "When U Love Somebody"
7. The Cure, "Why Can't I Be You?"
8. Kings of Leon, "Wasted Time"
9. The Starlight Mints, "Pumpkin"
10.Wilco, "Misunderstood"

5 Comments:

At 8:14 AM, Blogger Dash Riprock said...

1. Beck, "Lost Cause"
2. Gerald Levert, "One Million Times"
3. Bush, "Machinehead"
4. Elton John, "Michelle's Song"
5. Constantine M., "Bohemian Rhapsody"
6. Bob Dylan, "When The Ship Comes In (live)"
7. The Roots, "Pussy Galore"
8. Athlete, "A Few Differences"
9. Talking Heads, "Memories Can't Wait"
10. Ray Charles, "Blackjack"

 
At 9:35 AM, Anonymous turtleboi said...

That Slate piece was funny. Gosh I wish I lived on a planet with no U2.

1. Cake, "Satan Is My Engine"
2. Glen Campbell, "Witchita Lineman"
3. Bob Dylan, "Solid Rock"
4. The Replacements, "Johnny's Gonna Die"
5. Gay Dad, "Keep It Heavy"
6. Neko Case, "Favorite"
7. Randy Newman, "Take Me Back"
8. My Bloody Valentine, "Soon"
9. Tom Waits, "Jockey Full of Bourbon"
10. Ben Harper, "Ashes"

 
At 9:55 AM, Anonymous Lucy Fuhr said...

1. Ben Taylor Band, "Surround Me"
2. Cast of Rent, "I'll Cover You"
3. Carolyn Dawn Johnson, "Complicated"
4. Fiona Apple, "Waltz (Better Than Fine)"
5. Dixie Chicks, "A Home"
6. Norah Jones, "The Prettiest Thing"
7. Coldplay, "Square One"
8. Ben Folds, "Trusted"
9. Counting Crows, "Mr. Jones"
10. Billy Joel, "Just the Way You Are"

 
At 10:09 AM, Blogger Daniel Gale-Grogen said...

1. John Zorn, "Snagglepuss"
2. Princess Superstar, "Bad Babysitter"
3. Animal Collective, "Grass"
4. Cornershop, "Brimful of Asha"
5. The Chills, "Heavenly Pop Hit"
6. The Starlight Mints, "Sidewalk"
7. Nada Surf, "Do It Again"
8. Lene Lovich, "New Toy"
9. Freestylers, "Here We Go"
10. Bob Marley & the Wailers, "Trenchtown Rock"

 
At 10:41 AM, Blogger Larry Mondello said...

re: the Slate article.
I fear those "ipod playlists" people like Sen. Clinton, Pres Bush, etc, supply to inquiring minds from the media are compiled by staff. Something tells me the Itunes account in these offices is probably registered in the press secretary's name. That way those playlists are racially balanced, politically correct and "really rockin'"

 

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