Saturday, November 29, 2008

guess the theme

George Brigman - Schoolgirl

The Heroine Sheiks - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl

Mudhoney - She's Just Fifteen

bonus video - killer live version of She's Just Fifteen by the original band:

Thee Headcoats

Minor Threat

Rage Against The Machine

Bad Brains

pay to cum

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i against i

don't bother me

big takeover


Thursday, November 27, 2008

happy thanksgiving from Geronimo Black

"I want you to tell me WHO.... are the savages?!"

Geronimo Black - An American National Anthem

R.I.P. Mr. Black 2/1/1938 - 11/1/2008.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Uriah Heep - The Wizard

this is an epic song about getting to meet The Wizard of a thousand kings. it must have been a really exciting time.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Terry Reid

terry reid was apparently a pop singer and then one day, all of a sudden, he figured out how to completely rock.

and it seems like he figured this out halfway through his debut album. it starts off pretty samey - a cover, some pop songs. not bad just not great. then, hang on a second, two ten-minute jams? what? yes! just check out the last six songs off this anthology album and that's really all you need. i wish this WAS the album because it is much better like this.

trust me - one day, all of a sudden, you will figure out that this completely rocks. for fans of: free, 13th floor elevators, led zeppelin.


Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)

"Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" is the name of a song written by Sonny Bono. In 1966, Cher released it as the second single from the album The Sonny Side of Cher. Nancy Sinatra later covered the song in 1967.

Also in 1967, Nancy Sinatra released her version of the song on her album How Does That Grab You?. This version remained relatively obscure until it was used in the opening scenes of the 2003 movie Kill Bill Volume 1.

Nancy Sinatra

Terry Reid


Saturday, November 22, 2008

Friday, November 21, 2008

Sunday, November 9, 2008

The Golding Instituted - Final Relaxation

brilliant and hilarious parody of self-hypnosis/relaxation records by gregg turkington (neil hamburger).

ps - please do not attempt to do the things the voice is describing.

Send No Flowers - Playing For Time

nice post-punk 80's number replete with out of tune bass and weird chirpy vocalizing.

the other songs from this 7" are pretty good too so here they are:

Chokebore - Speed Of Light

every pop song should be in a minor key.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Intelligent Hoodlum - Arrest The President

i don't remember where i found this today but it's pretty great.

Cat Stevens - Can't Keep It In