I don’t wanna sit and agonize over my ten favorite songs so I’ll just do another random thingy.
Get Up – The Dropkick Murphys
Summertime – Miles Davis with the Gil Evans Orchestra
Elegy – Jethro Tull
Mother of Violence – Peter Gabriel
Gone Hollywood – Supertramp
Blitzkrieg Bop – The Ramones
Paranoid Android – Radiohead
Outro – M83
Sometimes – Candlebox
So Deep Within You – The Moody Blues
And the LAST ONE EVER: Fat Bottomed Girls – Queen (HOLY SHIT. I swear that’s what randomly came up.)
Anyway, a fine sendoff. GOODBYE FOREVER EVERYONE! (Except those of you I see on Alicublog and/or Balloon Juice.)
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Is the Hunger Games ‘preparing’ me to make out with a hot, sweaty Jennifer Lawrence? Because I’m totally down with that apocalypse.
Onward – Yes
Around the World – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Don’t Stand so Close to Me – The Police
That’s the Bag I’m In – The Jayhawks
All I Want Is You – U2
Crime of the Century – Supertramp
Purple Stain – Red Hot Chili Peppers
It Won’t Be Wrong – The Byrds
Neon Bible – Arcade Fire
Carry On Wayward Son – Kansas
We Never Change – Coldplay
Don’t forget the most important kill target of all, Osama bin Laden! Harmless religious leader who gave jobs to young men and supported traditional marriage! But he crossed Obama, so ZAP!
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Well, now the Pats finally have a QB who knows how to win!
Easy to Love You – The Grateful Dead
Cogs in Cogs – Gentle Giant
Don’t Let Go – Weezer
Triveni – Rodrigo y Gabriela
We Will Rock You Remix – Queen
Iron Man – Black Sabbath
Love Like a Sunset – Phoenix
To Repel Ghosts – Manic Street Preachers
Propane Nightmare – Pendulum
Keepin’ It Real – Shaggy
Lost Message – Air
Wow…that was random.
I do love that the company that provided a lot of the software is named Palantir. Really, guys? Couldn’t have come up with something a bit less on-the-nose, maybe?
Breaking News: 15-year-old boy makes bad decision.
I wonder about all the piling on: last week, everyone seemed to like FF6. A lot of the reviews sounded like the writers had Stockholm syndrome: surrender to the stupidity, accept that it’s not a great movie, etc. I guess one dumb is bad and the other is good. That’s why I don’t get paid the big bucks, I guess.
No dishonesty from me, it’s all butt butt butt.
In The Canyon – The Jayhawks
Life and How to Live It – R.E.M.
Fake Plastic Trees – Radiohead
One Hundred Years From Now – The Byrds
Tear-Stained Eye – Son Volt
Baby Loves to Rock – Cheap Trick
Call Me – Blondie
Bag’s Groove – Thelonious Monk
Everybody Pass Me By – Pepe Deluxe
The Day Walk – The Byrds
Two Suns in the Sunset – Pink Floyd.
You know, from that angle Fenway’s brown spot looks like a map of the US. That’s Florida right by his right paw-pit.
No, I’m not stoned.
I Am the Resurrection – The Stone Roses
Stay Free – The Clash
Fool’s Gold – The Stone Roses
Visions – Pendulum
Albert Goes West – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
My Strange Uncles From Abroad – Gogol Bordello
Hickory Wind – The Byrds
Please Call Me, Baby – Tom Waits
Flight of the Rat – Deep Purple
Where the Boats Go – M83
And one more: Who Needs You – Queen
Pretty good lineup this week. Double dose of Stone Roses and Cave, Waits, and Hutz all sharing space.
Dear Fellow Patriot,
You know, this never works when I use it as a pickup line.
Also, does the Romney family have some sort of financial stake in the blue-and-white shirt industry?
Cry to Heaven – Meat Loaf
Places West of Shawnapee – The Skygreen Leopards
Chimes of Freedom – The Byrds
Lawyers, Guns, and Money – Warren Zevon
It’s No Use – The Byrds
Worthless Thing – Elvis Costello
Call on Me – Chicago
Glad To See You Go – The Ramones
Dear Old Shiz – Wicked
All Stripped Down – Tom Waits
And for the weekend…Femme Fatale – The Velvet Underground
Meh. Kind of a B-Sides feel to this one.
And given that the city was on lockdown, Goldstein’s Makeshift Militia would have no choice but to bust down doors and look for suspicious people. And given that they all know what ‘suspicious people’ look like, they’d find the target. You know, after a few tries.
Goldstein sees militarized police forces, but his answer isn’t ‘stop giving them military-grade weapons’ so much as ‘give everyone ELSE military weapons.’ He will not rest until the entire world looks like the scenery in a Fallout game.
I’ve still got some pretty good record stores in my area that I go to pretty often. Got shit to do today, though.
Day Tripper – Cheap Trick
Summersong – The Decemberists
Arriving UFO – Yes
Stranger Than Fiction – Bad Company
Bad For You – The Bodeans
Liberty Belle – Super Furry Animals
1969 – Boards of Canada
I Will Follow – U2
Scars – Rush
Peace Frog – The Doors
And one more: The Black Angel’s Death Song – The Velvet Underground
I’m amazed that Jennifer Rubin is still employed. Even beyond her nutjob political opinions, everything she’s written just makes her seem like a callous, passive-aggressive asshole, to her own co-workers at this point. That’s some kinda job security.
I’m just mad that hunks of burnin’ love like Mike DeWine and Ken Cuccinelli go so unloved. (But yeah, I didn’t get it either. He said she looks nice, not that she’s incompetent or hysterical or slept her way to the top. Pick your battles, folks.)
Knife Edge – Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
Blight Takes All – Trail of Dead
Italian Guy – Cake
The Weeping Song – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
03:45: No Sleep – The Cardigans
Old Shoes and Picture Postcards – Tom Waits
Margaret in Captivity – The Decemberists
The World Keep on Turning – Fleetwood Mac
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band
The Battle of Evermore – Led Zeppelin
and one more: The Sweetest Things – U2
See you at the movies, Roger.
If There is a Chance – The Cardigans
Gimme Some Lovin – The Toasters
Following Rita – Train
Stranger Than Fiction – Bad Company
I Don’t Blame You – Cat Power
Too Late – Asia
Close But No Cigar – Weird Al Yankovic
Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel
I’ve Lost My Baby – Fleetwood Mac
Terror Bird – The Mae Shi
Stones in the Road – Mary Chapin Carpenter
Solid lineup. Hope things start going better for you, Mr. Bogg.
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