Hotel California- Eagles
Kyuss- Blues for the Red Sun (that's the album. Don't know the track names.)
Contrary to popular belief, you don't need to be a stoner to enjoy this music.
Feel good Inc by Gorillaz (they rock )
Rancid- "Radio, Radio, Radio"
Velvet revolver - Big Machine
"I'm Not Fat" by 12 Skin Carrot
Now that's finished, so "If There's One Thing I Can't Stand, It's Up" by the same.
Anti-Flag - Mind the Gatt
Shostakovich - piano concerto no 2
"A cup of tea and a nice sit down" by Seven Ascended Masters.
Pearl jam- Garden.
This new group, have a listen every one is raving about them.
That was sublimely awful.
Take a listen to Nice Sit Down and Ungrumpling.
http://www.silentzone.co.uk [Broken] if you like.
"Happy New Year" at www.abbasite.com
Polly Wolly Doodle (author unknown).
You don't think that indicates I have a problem, do you?
Of course you don't...only twats try and tell you that.
Prong - Avoid Promises
Jewish Town - John Williams, performed by Itzhak Rabin (from the Schindler's List soundtrack)
The Notorious B.I.G. - Me & My B*tch (Listening to Ready to Die straight through).
The Millionaire Waltz by Queen; listening to A Day at the Races. I don't have anyone to waltz with. But maybe it's best since I never got past the box step...
I'm listening to The Beatles on the radio. Don't know hte name of the song but it goes something like "Will ya still need me, will ya still feed me when I'm 64?" It's got a real doopydoo kind of beat to it and I'm envisioning Smurf dancing down the street in his white tuxedo and top hat. That's odd because I would think that image would be accompanied by New York, New York. Sorry Smurf.
Crazily enough, that song is titled: When I'm 64
Hopefully when I'm 64 there will be something better on the radio.
I remember singing that when I was about 8. I had the most half assed teacher ever, and all we seemed to do was sing while he played guitar, and play rounders (like baseball). It's a wonder I left that class with an education at all.
drink and fight- flogging molly
Great Song! Great Band!
I will have to dig them up now.
"Wagon Wheel" by Old Crow Medicine Show. The band and the song make me remember summers as a kid up at my grandparents cabin. My grandparents would take us down to the local bars- where a bunch of locals who were old mountain folk (or their parents were) from the appalacians who had moved to northern wisconsin to work in the mines. They would play mountain string music and bluegrass. Very cool.
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