Friday, August 18, 2006

Friday Random 10

Play that funky iPod, Chasey.

1. Stereolab. "The Noise of Carpet"
2. Eels, "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues (Untitled)"
3. Jonathan Richman, "Abu Jamal"
4. Pretty Girls Make Graves, "Interlude"
5. The Dead Milkmen, "Gorilla Girl"
6. The Hollies, "On a Carousel"
7. Hot Hot Heat, "Oh Goddamnit"
8. Me First & the Gimme Gimmies, "Me & Julio Down by the Schoolyard"
9. Elvis Costello, "13 Steps Lead Down"
10. OK Go, "Invincible"


At 8:32 AM, Blogger Dash Riprock said...

1. Ray Charles, "The Genius After Hours"
2. Elton John, "Michelle's Song"
3. Klipspringer, "59 Priests Walking"
4. Alanis Morissette, "Ironic"
5. Jimmy Eat World, "Get It Faster"
6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, "Gold Lion"
7. Pete Yorn, "Burrito (Live)"
8. Ben Folds, "Family of Me"
9. Nine Inch Nails, "You Know What You Are?"
10. Simon & Garfunkel, "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"

At 8:50 AM, Blogger Chase McInerney said...

Christ Almighty, do I hate the song, "Ironic." Do you suppose the REAL irony in that song is that Alanis' examples of irony are actually NOT ironic? Could it be the most ironic song of all time for exactly that reason?

At 9:53 AM, Blogger Dash Riprock said...

I find "Ironic" centers my chi and gives me weighty life lessons to consider whenever I'm faced with a problem - can "it" really be like 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife? Or can "it" be like a black fly in your chardonnay? Deep and profound thoughts, verily I say unto you ...

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Daniel Gale-Grogen said...

1. Belle & Sebastian, "Ease Your Feet in the Sea"
2. Bryan Ferry, "All Tomorrow's Parties"
3. The Roots, "Thought@Work"
4. Kings of Leon, "Happy Alone"
5. Gemma Hayes, "Let a Good Thing Go"
6. The New Pornographers, "The Slow Descent Into Alcoholism"
7. Parliament, "Rumpofsteelskin"
8. Amerie, "1 Thing"
9. Kanye West, "Hey Mama"
10. William Shatner and Henry Rollins, "I Can't Get Behind That"

At 10:45 AM, Anonymous turtle said...

Christ Almighty, was I annoyed with the furor over whether or not the song "Ironic" was definitionally accurate. God forbid we should start disecting the grammar of Bob Dylan. It's a SONG. And a catchy one with (sort-of) intelligent lyrics at that, which is more than you could say for 99% of the shitte coming out of the radio at the time. I stand behind Jagged Little Pill as a fun, solid (albeit over played) album.

And speaking of female rock artists, I'm going on record right now and say that Patti Smith sucks ass. I'll pit Jagged Little Pill up against that overrated Horses crap any day and I'll say that to my grave.

1. Booker T. & the MGs, "Something"
2. Woody Guthrie, "It Takes a Married Man to Sing a Worried Song"
3. Big Star, "Thank You Friends"
4. The Equals, "Let's Go to the Moon"
5. John Trudee - "A Blind Man's Penis"
6. Bob Marley & the Wailers, "So Much Trouble In the World"
7. The Small Faces, "My Mind's Eye"
8. Of Montreal, "Oslo In the Summertime"
9. Mississippi Fred McDowell, "Jesus Is on the Mainline"
10. Badly Drawn Boy, "Pissing In the Wind"

At 10:59 AM, Blogger Chase McInerney said...

Wow, turtle... I hit a nerve.

I don't think songs need to be excused from making sense because they're songs. I like every song on "Jagged Little Pill" with the exception of that stupid piece of shit ditty.

At 11:40 AM, Anonymous turtle said...

If all songs are supposed to make sense, will someone please explain what "I Dig a Pony" is all about?

At 11:53 AM, Blogger Chase McInerney said...

C'mon, an old hippie like you don't "dig" a pony?

At 2:34 PM, Anonymous Louis Rukeyser Soze said...

I just thought Lennon wanted to fuck a horse.

At 8:22 PM, Blogger Brit said...

Jesus, I love the Hollies so very, very much. Esp. "Bus Stop."

Hey Chase, have you ever listened to the Nuggets comps? If not, email me and I'll burn copies of all 4 CDs for you.

At 10:41 PM, Blogger Chase McInerney said...

Brit - Yep, I love "Bus Stop" bestest of all (with "Dear Eloise," "Look Out Any Window" and "Carrie Anne" not that far behind).

I appreciate the offer about burning the Nuggets comp, but I've got 'em.

The Standells -- greatest of 'em all.

At 8:13 AM, Blogger Brit said...

Ohh. Carrie Anne. I forgot that one...

Damn. Whay wasn't I born in 1950 instead of 1980?


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