Friday, November 10, 2006

Friday Random 10

Hey, kids, here's something to dig -- it's the iPod shuffle!

1. The Neville Brothers, "Voo Doo"
2. Little Milton, "Lonely No More"
3. Weezer, "Slave"
4. The Jam, "Strange Town"
5. The Fruit Bats, "This Little Acorn"
6. King Missile, "(Why Are We) Trapped?"
7. Elvis Costello, "Fish 'n' Chip Paper"
8. The Velvet Underground, "After Hours"
9. Bongwater, "The Power of Pussy"
10. Lone Justice, "After the Flood"

5 Comments:

At 10:41 AM, Anonymous turtle said...

Two songs about guns and two songs from Sebadoh. Other than that, not much of a theme.

1. The Connells, "Get a Gun"
2. David Bowie, "Boys Keep Swinging"
3. Mission of Burma, "That's When I Reach for My Revolver"
4. Sebadoh, "Good Things"
5. Sean Lennon, "Parachute"
6. The Beatles, "Don't Bother Me"
7. Hank Thompson, "I'm a Fool to Fool Around With You"
8. Sebadoh, "Willing to Wait"
9. Squeeze, "I Won't Ever Go Drinking Again"
10. Phish, "Chalk Dust Torture"

 
At 10:46 AM, Anonymous Dr. Pants said...

1. The Killers, "When You Were Young"
2. DJ Rap, "Good To Be Alive"
3. Bob Dylan, "Spanish Harlem Incident"
4. Danger Doom, "Space Ho's (Madlib Remix)"
5. Bright Eyes, "Another Travelin' Song"
6. The Beatles, "I Want to Tell You"
7. Radiohead, "How Do You Do?"
8. The Standells, "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White"
9. The Caesars, "Jerk It Out"
10. Los Straitjackets, "Venturing Out"

 
At 1:20 PM, Blogger Daniel Gale-Grogen said...

1. The Perishers, "Trouble Sleeping"
2. June and Johnny Cash, "Jackson"
3. Sean Lennon, "Headlights"
4. Josh Rouse, "Sparrows Over Birmingham"
5. Jill Scott, "It's Love"
6. Rogue Wave, "Nourishment Nation"
7. Roxy Music, "Both Ends Burning"
8. Kanye West, "Hey Mama"
9. Supergrass, "Tales of Endurance (Parts 4,5 & 6)"
10. Dr. Dre, "Let Me Ride"

 
At 3:46 PM, Anonymous turtle said...

Dr. Pants, "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White" may be the greatest nugget of all time. And who played that song for me the first time I heard it? None other than our very own Chase. That was way back in the mid 80's and we were of course both completely different people back then...

And Daniel, I see I'm not the only one with Sean Lennon's new album. Geez, isn't it BORING!?!? I mean, I really dug his first album almost a decade ago. It was eclectic, playful and perfect for a lazy summer afternoon by the pool. This one just plods along, spinning it's wheels, as if I'm supposed to be impressed that he got played by Bijou Phillips. The fact that the record is constantly reminding you of that just leaves a gross pall over the whole affair.

 
At 2:35 PM, Blogger Daniel Gale-Grogen said...

Turtle, to me it is nothing but mildly pleasant ear candy from a guy with potential, but probably wouldn't have a record contract if it weren't his birthright. Right now, he's Elliott Smith, but with nothing to say.

As for Bijou, it's like what has been said about John Phillips and Denny Dougherty in that horrible "Behind the Music." These broken down old bastards lost their youth and blew their talent, but they drifted off with the memory of having had Bijou's mom. Sean, don't let it rot your mind.

 

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