Friday Random Top 10


Wow, that Xavier/K-State game was one for the ages. This is one of my favorite weekends chock full of college basketball and hockey. Let's start it off with a Friday Random Top 10:

1. Vicar in a Tutu -- The Smith
2. Via Chicago -- Wilco
3. Papa was a Rodeo -- Kelly Hogan and the Pine Valley Cosmonauts
4. Stop Your Sobbing -- The Pretenders
5. Raised In the City -- The Replacements
6. Faraway Eyes -- The Handsome Family
7. All You Fascists -- Billy Bragg and Wilco
8. Drug Train -- Social Distortion
9. Garageland -- The Clash
10. French Film Blurred -- Wire

Bonus: -- About You -- Teenage Fanclub

Little 70's and 80's punk vibe going there, I'm liking this list. What's your top 10?


A little background music while I try see sunspot 1057…

“The Girl in Byakkoya” – Susumu Hirasawa, Paprika Soundtrack
“Thirty Years” – U.K., U.K.
“Don’t Cross the River” – America, History: America’s Greatest Hits
“All I Need” – Level 41, Retroglide
“Pennants” – Steve Howe, The Steve Howe Album
“Dawning of the Day” – Starcastle, Fountains of Light
“Crime of Passion” – Rick Wakeman, Rick Wakeman’s Criminal Record
“Hot House Ball” – Bruce Hornsby, Hot House
“I’ve Been Searching” – Roger Eno/Kate St. John, The Familiar
“The Demon Power II” – Joe Hisaishi, Princess Mononoke soundtrack

* Titan – Monolake – Atlas
* Hollow Man – REM – Accelerate
* Silence – Portishead – Third
* Me in Honey – REM – Out of Time
* The Flame – Black Keys – Magic Potion
* After the Gold Rush – Neil Young – After the Gold Rush
* The Wretched – Nine Inch Nails – And All That Could Have Been
* Section IIIa – Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble – Music for 18 Musicians (Reich)
* Basket Case – Green Day – Dookie
* Fall Children – AFI – All Hallows EP

That was a fantastic basketball game.

1) Blues Stay Away From Me - The Delmore Brothers/Maverick Country
2) Prohibition Has Done Me Wrong - Jorma Kaukonen/Blue Country Heart
3) Enter the Dragon - Charlie Hunter/Jazzno Festival 98
4) Before They Make Me Run - Steve Earle & The Supersuckers/More Magnitized Motherf******
5) For The Turnstiles - Neil Young/Decade
6) Fire (put it in the air) - The Knux/Remind Me in 3 Days ...
7) Fightin' In The War With Spain - Wilmer Watts & the Lonely Eagles/The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of
8) Just What The Doctor Ordered - Ted Nugent/Ted Nugent
9) Jersey Clowns - Josh Rouse/Subtitulo
10) Kern River - Merle Haggard/Legendary Hits

bonus: Southern Girls - Cheap Trick/Essential

1. "Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down" Interpol Turn On The Bright Lights
2. "Numb" Portishead Dummy
3. "Elephant Woman" Blonde Redhead Misery Is A Butterfly
4. "Your Mind and We Belong Together" Love Forever Changes
5. "Uncle" James Brown Gettin' Down to It
6. "The Wheel" Bill Callahan Woke On A Whaleheart
7. "The Apocalypse Song" St. Vincent Marry Me
8. "Seeing Other People" Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling Sinister
9. "Lonely Lonely" Feist Les Black Sessions/Studio 105
10. "Breadcrumb Trail" Slint Spiderland
bonus "Strayed" Smog Dongs of Sevotion

Agreed, fantastic game. And Gus Johnson was the perfect guy to call it.

I thought Gus was going to have a heart attack at least three times last night.

#5 is my fav!


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