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Between beef and nothing, I'll take beef
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Playing to my vanity is always a good business idea
I'm surprised I haven't heard of
before. I feel a bit guilty for wanting one.
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Better than Dylan
I guess Peter Murphy is limber
Ricky Gervais, genius
Dith Pran, 1942 - 2008
I can't help it
New Car Mix
Austin City Limits (the show)
Maybe I woke up on the wrong side of the bed
Band names I don't like (a work in progress)
Childhood was exciting, confusing
College circa 1994
Two from The New Pornographers
That old feeling
One bad jam
The Pogues + Joe Strummer = London Calling
Keeping it Peel (I get that one!)
Idlewild is catchy
I want specifics on the general idea
The minor fall and the major lift
My two favorite videos of the last few months
Maybe Stephen Malkmus is just a regular dude
Late Night Drive
That I'm even talking about this means I'm getting...
Olivia Newton-John > Every current female pop sing...
Recreating "How Soon Is Now?"
You can buy almost four Radiohead albums for that
Rolling like thunder, under the covers
The Answer to the Question Nobody Asked
Radiohead is expensive
I like headphones
Sometimes numerous songs have the same name
Art Garfunkel: songbird, reader
Apparently it's just me.
Music videos are fun
A new video from Spoon
This song makes me want to not cry so bad.
Swing batter swing
We are young despite the years
The dirty little secret of live performances
There are lame guitar shops, and then there's Rock...
My Morning Jacket's Wall of Sound
Namechecking Christina Applegate seemed pretty coo...
The Manchester Orchestra are good, young
Arthur Yoria is worth the $10
Indie music is so, um, white.
You heard it here first
I don't really get Vampire Weekend
Lick the Tins does a good Elvis
Kevin Devine should be more famous
Playing to my vanity is always a good business ide...
France's First Lady > Our First Lady
My Morning Jacket plays Houston the day after tomo...
You cannot sexy-dance to "Jesus, Etc."!
You talk like Marlene Dietrich
Wizard! You shall not pass!
Covering The Beatles
R.E.M.: "Houston is filled with promise"
Nels Cline is ridiculous
Neil Finn is good
Soundtrack to the Motion Picture
There is no point to this blog.
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