Friday Random Top 10


I was very close to riding my bike to work this morning but 34 degrees was telling me that was not a good idea. I would like to get a least a couple more rides in but I don't think it's going to happen this weekend. How about a Random Top 10 instead:

1. Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Wedding Present
2. Sentimental Heart - She & Him
3. 14 Cheerleader Coldfront (live) - Guided By Voices
4. Freak Scene - Dinosaur Jr.
5. Silver Naked Ladies - Paul Westerberg
6. Southern Girls (live) - Cheap Trick
7. Diamonds and Rust - Joan Baez
8. Spirit Road - Neil Young
9. 1,000,000 - R.E.M.
10. Cold Gin (live) - KISS

Bonus: The Tourist - Radiohead

Nice little mix of live tracks, lo-fi, metal, and rock. What's on your list?


* 5 Minutes Alone – Pantera (Live)
* New Millenium Homes – Rage Against the Machine
* How Many More Times – Led Zeppelin
* I Want You to Know – Dinosaur Jr.
* Sun Will Set – Zoe Keating
* Shadow on the Sun – Audioslave
* Kill Each Other/Live Forever – Scars on Broadway
* 4° – Tool
* Headup – Deftones
* Tissue No. 7 – Wendy Sutter

- a mix of rock, more rock, and cello (pretty much sums up my iPod actually)

"Silver Naked Ladies" is Westerberg's nadir as a songwriter. Just a horrible, horrible song.

1. "Between The Bars" Elliot Smith Good Will Hunting
2. "Start a War" The National Boxer
3. "Fillmore Jive" Pavement Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
4. "Maybe Tomorrow" Badfinger The Very Best of Badfinger
5. "Raised Eyebrows" The Feelies Crazy Rhythms
6. "The Commercial Wire Pink Flag
7. "Brother Louie" The Stories Zodiac OST
8. "Horn" Nick Drake Pink Moon
9. "23 Minutes In Brussels" Luna Penthouse
10. "Those Crimson Tears" Ed Harcourt Here Be Monsters
bonus: "NYC" Interpol Turn On The Bright Lights

Hey, I don't know where you found this William Lindholm character, but I wanna know what's on his random. And how he might spell it...

"Silver Naked Ladies" is Westerberg's nadir as a songwriter.

Obviously you have blocked out of your memory that whole All Shook Down album. I know I have. But ya, SNL is pretty bad.

1) A Good Idea - Sugar/Copper Blue
2) Old World - Modern Lovers/Modern Lovers
3) Telstar - The Tornados/The British Are Coming
4) Smash Your Head - Girl Talk/Night Ripper
5) Let Me Ride - Dre/RBX/Snoop
6) In The Name of The Father - Black Grape/It's Great When You're Straight ... Yeah
7) Waterfall - The Stone Roses/The Stone Roses
8) Timeless Melody - The La's/The La's
9) Sharkey's Day - Laurie Anderson/Mister Heartbreak
10) Is That All There Is? - Peggy Lee/The Best of Miss Peggy Lee

Yo La Tengo "Nothing but You and Me" Summer Sun
Elephant Micah "Dream Feedback" Loose 4: Start Your Own Country
Condo Fucks "With a Girl Like You" Fuckbook
Marshall Crenshaw "Caling Our for Love (at Crying Time)" This Is Easy: The Best of Marshall Crenshaw
Wendy Rene "Bar-B-Q" The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968
Sleater-Kinney "The Fox" The Woods
Otis Redding "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968
Tom Waits "[hidden track]" Real Gone
Arturo Sandoval "Quimbombo" For Love or Country
Calexico "Chach" The Black Light

Freedy Johnston "On the Way Out" Never Home

Leans to Hoboken plus one actually known by normal folks classic and fine Crenshaw, too.

Am I going to get kicked out of the club for liking "Sadly Beautiful"? I mean, it's got John Cale viola, how bad can it be?


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