Friday Random Top 10


For my class Monsters, Robots, and Cyborgs, I am writing a 10-page research paper on the Cloverfield Monster and representations of 9/11 in cinema. Do you know of any academic journal articles that have looked at this same issue? If so, let me know.

Here’s this week’s Top 10:

1. Whip It – Devo
2. Teenage Depression – Eddie & the Hot Rods
3. I Can’t Stand It – The Underbeats
4. Long Black Veil – Johnny Cash
5. A Punch Up at a Wedding – Radiohead
6. Alcohol and Pills – Fred Eaglesmith
7. Oh, Me – Nirvana
8. Sweet Jane – Cowboy Junkies
9. Thank the Lord for the Nightime – Neil Diamond
10. Have You Ever Been Lonely – Patsy Cline

Whoa, after getting my “new wave hits of 70’s? on, this list gets pretty dark pretty fast. Even thanking the Lord for the nighttime feels sinister amidst Long Black Veil and Have You Ever Been Lonely.

What’s your Top 10?


Steve Earle "Go Amanda" Jerusalem
Guided by Voices "Take to the Sky" Under the Bushes Under the Stars
The Magnetic Fields "My Only Friend" 69 Love Songs
Pixies "Where Is My Mind?" Surfer Rosa & Come on Pilgrim
James Brown "Doing It to Death" The CD of JB
Maria McKee "Opelousas (Sweet Relief)" Sweet Relief--A Benefit for Victoria Williams
Meat Puppets "Up on the Sun" Up on the Sun
The Mekons "Not Long Ago" New York
Urge Overkill "Tin Foil" Exit the Dragon
Son Volt "Dead Man's Clothes" Wide Swing Tremolo

The Clash "Train in Vain (Stand by Me)" London Calling

Not my best but not my worst, I guess.


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