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The Billboard Top 200

June 16, 2010

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26 years ago, a band out of Seattle began making music. They have been described as sounding like an explosion in a machine shop, a drum set falling down stairs, a wolverine and a trout in a blender, ice cream and pickles, and talentless geeks. Personally, I think they sound like, The Melvins. Two weeks ago, […]

Mixtape – 5.3.2010

May 3, 2010

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Take It Easy On Kathy At Least She Can Dance by Andrew Graham & Swarming Branch Andrew Graham does something with the new group that I have always loved doing. Every player and instrument in the group is restricted to playing one note at a time. No chords allowed. I want to do something like […]

At Bat

April 7, 2010

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Baseball season has officially started. I have never been the biggest fan of baseball; however, I have always kept up with it, because I simply love sports. If you were to turn on my television right now, or anytime really, you would find ESPN being broadcast into your brain. I do not really know what […]

Mixtape – 3.29.2010

March 29, 2010

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Night Goat by The Melvins Not grunge, but sludge, and one of the finest rock songs ever composed. Sink Hole by Drive-by Truckers Ever fantasize about inviting the heartless banker to your home for supper, and burying the man in a sink hole on the foreclosed land that has been in your family for five […]

Mixtape – 3.15.2010

March 15, 2010

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I’ve Got a Crush on You by Rod Stewart and Diana Ross Could you coo, could you care For a cunning cottage, that we could share The world will pardon my mush, Cause I have got a crush, my baby, on you. It’s Oh So Quiet by Bjork Originally, a 1951 big band Broadway-style tune […]

Mixtape Monday – 3.8.2010

March 8, 2010

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Permalight by Rogue Wave Overproduction ultimately damns this entire record. That said, I like this song. Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing by Preservation Hall Jazz Band & Tom Waits Tom Waits doing “Tootie Ma Was a Big Fine Thing” is so wonderful, that it may just be the coolest thing you hear all […]

I’m a Fan of Kanye West

March 3, 2010

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I’m on the plane listening to the college dropout. It brings back so many memories. When we made it I had all 6 parents, 4 grandparents and my mom and dad. Now I have my dad and my grandfather. Music is so nostalgic. Every song I listen to brings me back to when I first […]