Friday, May 28, 2010
Been humming this song for hours. Or maybe it's been days that I haven't been able to get it out of my head.
Of all the Radiohead b-sides and rarities, and there are many, this is absolutely one of the best. It's jerky moodiness, like the College Karma EP that it comes from, was the hallmark of the band's ascent to "Best Band In The World" status: the OK Computer era.
I swear to god I had a six-hour anxiety attack tonight, from about mid-afternoon to around 10:45 pm when I got on the highway to come home. I couldn't sit still, and had no desire to be anywhere, really. But I had this song stuck in my head the entire time. 85 mph, Motley Crue singing about strippers and cocaine on SFL's main modern rock station, and all I heard was Thom Yorke...
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Monday, May 17, 2010
Thursday, May 13, 2010
About FB privacy concerns: If you don't want people to know your info or favorite things, why would you post it ON THE INTERNET?!?
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
If were able to make it to a show, and The Dead Weather were coming to South Florida, this video would force me to be there.
Monday, May 10, 2010
When this track arrived at the radio station on a three-song teaser disc for "Come In And Burn," the first album Rollins Band recorded for Dreamworks, I had been listening to the band for a few years. I had already read one or two of Rollins' books, and was fast on my way to becoming a devotee.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Gonna have to hunt down a copy of this for myself. Hopefully someone will have shown Danzig by then. We already know Hank don't care...
How To Destroy Angels: The first track from Mr. and Mrs. Reznor's musical child is everything I've wanted from Massive Attack since the late 90s.
Monday, May 3, 2010
This would have been my post last week, had my computer not crashed and I been able to put the lastest album from These United States on my iPod and listen to it for any part of my drive to and from Orlando.