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 i know i missed another week. I even had the songs picked out and everything.   However, if I can’t post the mix by the time I leave the office on Friday afternoon I just never get around to posting it.   For that reason I going to be picking the bones of 10. 17. 08 for the next couple weeks as there were some great songs I picked and just didn’t get them posted.   Enjoy the weekend before Halloween, I’ve got a great party planned which should include a great deal of prep work and some truly horrible movies such as , , and a movie my girlfriend’s father was in where he is .   (Yes, you read that right. )

Anyone who has read an indie blog this week has likely come across this cover and/or a write up from this show. (Roseland Ballroom, NYC)  This cover was recorded 2 weeks ago when of Montreal officially went insane.   I like a great deal of their releases over the years but I can’t honesty say that I’m a super fan boy.   Having seen their live show several years ago I can safely say this was nothing remotely like what I witnessed.   That said, this is a great cover and I can only imagine it was ten times better live to end this spectacle.   I’m also posting this because, as I’ve mentioned previously, there aren’t a lot of covers that contemporary bands do that I end up being familiar with. (Again, thank the likes of songs by George Strait to do that to me) Nirvana was one of the first non-country bands I ever got really into in the early 90’s in middle school.   I seem to remember getting it through one of those BMG/Columbia House “10 CDs for the Price of One” deals that anyone in my age group did when they were 15.   I listened to it non-stop and eventually broke the CD on a school trip to San Francisco.   I’ll cut the reminiscing short right there.   Download this song versus anything on as that is one huge mess of an album in my opinion and I’ll leave it at that.  

 

This comes from the soundtrack to Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist.   Please save yourself the $10 and at the very least put it as one of those “movies I keep in my Netflix queue even though I don’t really want to ever watch them and if I ever do let my queue run so low that I get this I will end up keeping it on my desk for a month without watching it until I realize it has been there for a month and just mail it back to Netflix” movies.   It’s not good.   Yes, I like George Michael. (Really, he will always be George Michael. RIP Arrested Development, the best show in TV history) yes, the premises of the movie appealed to me.   Yes, I think Norah is played by that girl from Malcolm in the Middle who Malcolm was obsessed with because she had huge boobs in 9th grade.   Everything you would like in a movie, but no.   It is completely impossible; the characters personalities change from moment to moment and not in that usual “cute” way movies do it or even in the way a normal person would do it. Just odd.   I would have given the movie a pass if it weren’t for the next to last scene in the recording studio. COME ON! REALLY?!  (And no, it isn’t worth seeing just to find out what I’m talking about. ) The song you ask? It’s good and it’s the first Vampire Weekend song I’ve posted here since I was late to the love fest (aka January rather than [discount phentermine viagra] November 07) and didn’t want to be like everyone else posting Oxford Comma, even though it kicks ass.  

 

I think this was from a Valentines day mix several years ago that I downloaded from a random blog. I found it while looking for something “old” to play this week on MediaMonkey.   Straight forward, hooky discount phentermine viagra, corny lyrics that take lines from “Twas the Night Before Christmas”, everything I love in a song.

 

My first reaction to this record was “oh cool. She has the same first name as my office manager and I’ve never heard that name before. ” Then I listened to the album and thought, “wow, this is going to have to take a second/third/fourth listen to really digest.   Upon the third helping I was ready for more.   It really is grating at first listen until you find your way through the complexities of the music, noise, vocals and lyrics all going on here.   Words, as usual, don’t do this justice so you simply must download this track to get an idea as to what I’m feebly trying to convey with words.  

 

I haven’t included a Hank Williams III track on here for some time now.   He was my favorite discovery of 2007 and made for a lot of late night karaoke-esque tributes by friends and myself.   This is off of his new album, that was finally released on Tuesday after several delays.   The CD was completed late last year and was scheduled for release in February.   Curb Records of course had other ideas and the record remained tied up in court for the next 6+ months.   The album is much darker than I remember previous albums being.   The theme of suicide runs through a great deal of the material, including this song, on the album.   While several songs, such as this, are fist pumping and could be played at a party they make you think about the subject more than a little.   The song specifically speaks to unemployment and tough times which a number of people now can relate to oh too well.   Not to go to deep with a review of the record here but it left me a little disappointed but still will be something I listen to a great deal in the coming months.  


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