After Swami Fridays (terrible) and Cockney Fridays (underwhelming) on the mailing list, on the blog I will bring followers of my musical "lists" special musical Fridays with good sounds. Remember, buy music if you can afford it, don't download it for free from some sweaty dude who doesn't wash.
This week I had a Scott Miller revival, with super-intelligent sounds entering my head via my ears:
Game Theory - "Lolita Nation" (Enigma, 1987)
Loud Family - "Interbabe Concern" (Alias, 1996)
I always believed that the Dismemberment Plan would sound like Pac Man choking on a wasp, but after years of careful avoidance, I found that this just wasn't true:
Dismemberment Plan - "Emergency and I" (De Soto, 1999)
The Hold Steady are 50% Springsteen, 50% Husker Du. Do you see how that could be? A right racket!
The Hold Steady - "Separation Sunday" (French Kiss, 2005)
I will understand if you don't want to hear my sounds and prefer to watch "Space Wars 3", but let's face it, George Lucas is hiding something behind his pompadour and too-neat beard. It may just be your hard earned money spent watching terrible films.