|Drive-By Truckers - Heathens|
(Jun 07, 2011 - 07:47)
|I think we just heard one of the best song opening lines in recent memory.|
"Something about the wrinkle in your forehead tells me there’s a fit 'bout to get thrown..."
|Kate Bush - The Big Sky|
(Aug 31, 2009 - 13:47)
The more I hear of Kate, the more I think she is an unbelievably underacknowledged artist.
I agree completely!
|Miles Davis - Freddie Freeloader|
(Aug 17, 2009 - 13:15)
|Kind of Blue was released 50 years ago today. Sounds like it's holding up pretty well.|
More on the album here: http://www.slate.com/id/2225336/
|Grant Lee Buffalo - Mockingbirds|
(Jun 08, 2009 - 12:12)
|Nice to hear this. Why do I always forget about the existence of Grant Lee Buffalo when he's clearly so wonderful?|
|Roxy Music - More Than This|
(May 26, 2009 - 11:43)
|You know, after hearing about a jillion bands courageously attempt to cover this song over the years, none touches the original.|
More Bryan Ferry please - anything from Mamouna? Can't get enough of his voice...
Yes! The title track from that album is utterly scrumptious...
|Eilen Jewell - Dusty Boxcar Wall|
(Apr 27, 2009 - 08:35)
|Anybody know who originally wrote this tune? I've heard Gillian Welch and David Rawlings perform it, too. Wonderful song.|
|Chris Isaak - Very Pretty Girl|
(Feb 25, 2009 - 11:28)
|I miss hearing his shatteringly pretty falsetto front and center. Wonder if it's left town for good.|
|Tori Amos - Tear in Your Hand|
(Feb 13, 2009 - 12:43)
|Wow. You know that spine-tingling feeling you get when you get when you hear the first chords of a meaningful song you haven't heard in several years? Yep. I've got it. Really great to hear this again.|
|The Killers - This Is Your Life|
(Jan 19, 2009 - 13:43)
|What a catchy genre-bender. Could be the 80s, could be the 90s, could be the 00s.... I really like this.|
|Mike Scott - Bring 'em all in|
(Jan 14, 2009 - 13:41)
|For what it's worth, the Wailin' Jennys do a great cover of this song. "Bringemallin" repeated over & over in their crystal-clear 3-part harmony. Very nice.|
|The Smiths - I Know Its Over|
(Jan 09, 2009 - 08:26)
|This is a tough crowd for Smiths tunes. If I was starting fresh with Morrissey today, I'm certain I'd be leaving snarky comments here about the quality of his vocals. |
But I was lucky enough to come across this album in high school. My standards were lower. I loved it then and formed a real bond with the work of Morrissey. (The Queen Is Dead is probably still in my all-time top 20 favorite album list.) I'm glad I get to hear this song through my own strongly sentimental filter. I continue to appreciate the intelligence of the lyrics and the hollow longing in Morrissey's off-kilter voice.
|Matson Belle - Float|
(Dec 08, 2008 - 10:25)
|Wow. She obviously wore out her cassette tape of Jagged Little Pill in college....|
|Nik Kershaw - Wounded|
(Nov 26, 2008 - 11:08)
|Wow, Bill is on one of the most delicious musical streaks I've heard since I started listening to RP many years ago:|
Nik Kershaw - Wounded
Calexico - Crystal Frontier (Widescreen)
Mark Knopfler - El Macho
B.B. King - The Thrill Is Gone
Portishead - Glory Box
|Kate Bush - Love and Anger|
(Nov 13, 2008 - 07:59)
|Kate Bush's music is an acquired taste, but as someone who first encountered her in 1989 with this riveting song, I'm so glad that I made the effort.|
|The Weepies - Slow Pony Home|
(Oct 24, 2008 - 09:07)
|Although I can appreciate sweet lil' tunes better than most, this song exceeds my own high Twee Tolerance Threshold.™ |
|Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire|
(Oct 09, 2008 - 09:26)
| vonwienerhousen wrote:|
this should be in a different key. he is having a hard time hitting some of those notes
I think that's the main point.... hearing him reach is glorious.
|Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire|
(Oct 01, 2008 - 11:49)
|Kind of a stupid title, and correspondingly dorky lyrics, but I gotta say, I'm happy to hear this song on RP!|
|Bob Dylan - Everything is Broken|
(Sep 25, 2008 - 08:30)
|A rather perfect song for Mercury in retrograde (which just began yesterday and lasts through Oct. 15, 2008).|
|Alanis Morissette - Baba|
(Sep 22, 2008 - 10:32)
|Wow. This may be be the lowest-rated song I've ever seen played on RP. The current rating of 4.2 is much too generous...|
|Dire Straits - Walk Of Life|
(Sep 17, 2008 - 08:36)
|Man. If I wasn't in a stuffy office full of accountants at this moment, I'd be kicking off my shoes and dancing around in the kitchen with the broom right about now.|
|Bob Dylan - Most of the Time|
(Sep 11, 2008 - 12:25)
|Today's broadcast includes this song after U2's "With or Without You." A very nice pairing of mellow heartbreak songs.|
|Peter Gabriel - Growing Up|
(Sep 03, 2008 - 10:58)
|I think that after hearing this song for the 175th time, I'm realizing what I love about Peter Gabriel... his music holds up very well after repeated listenings! |
(The one exception might be the poor "Your Eyes." After hearing that one 2,351 times since the old Lloyd Dobbler days, I'm ready for a break...)
I hear something different in this song every time I listen. Love it.
|Big Country - Chance|
(Aug 25, 2008 - 07:18)
|Wow. Another song I used to love — but had forgotten about completely. Very nice to hear this again.|
|Sarah McLachlan - Possession|
(Aug 17, 2008 - 15:50)
|I'm just realizing that if I never hear this song again for the rest of my life, I'll be just fine with that.|
|Peter Gabriel - Secret World|
(Jul 30, 2008 - 08:22)
|Bill, I'd love to hear the live version of this song off PG's Secret World Live. The recorded version is OK, but the live version is amazing.|
|Nick Lowe - Peace, Love And Understanding|
(Jul 28, 2008 - 07:12)
|One of the things I like best about this station is heairng these little-known versions of familiar songs. I'd never hear this one anywhere else. Thanks RP.|
|Cake - Never There|
(Jul 28, 2008 - 06:10)
|Three bands I would be completely delighted to never hear on RP again:|
- Blues Traveler
- Red Hot Chili Peppers
|Cowboy Junkies - Miles From Our Home|
(Jul 24, 2008 - 14:02)
|Michael Timmins always struck me as a good songwriter who would have been a great songwriter with some help from a really good editor.|
|Alanis Morissette - Citizen Of The Planet|
(Jun 25, 2008 - 08:06)
|This song neatly encapsulates everything I don't like about Alanis' music. The screech factor, the odd lopsided rhymes, the inane lyrics... She's probably singing about something downright meaningful here, but I lose it in the shuffle.|
|Beck - Missing|
(Apr 02, 2008 - 14:46)
|This was always one of my favorites by Beck. Excellent.|
|R.L. Burnside - Everything Is Broken|
(Jun 18, 2007 - 08:30)
|Cool, never heard this version. Big fan of Dylan's take so that helps. It's wonderful to hear this weathered voice testifyin'.|
|The Innocence Mission - Clear To You|
(Jun 15, 2007 - 10:30)
that's because this song is off another album called Innocence Mission
, Now the Day Is Over
. I believe it was their second...
Actually, this is off the first album released by The Innocence Mission, back in 1989. Self-titled. The album art/title listed above is wrong. The Innocence Mission's sound has changed a lot since this album was released -- today it sounds much more 70s-ish and much less 80s-ish! -- but worth picking up if you like the sound of this tune.
|The Innocence Mission - Clear To You|
(Jun 15, 2007 - 10:28)
|Nope, this is off the first album released by The Innocence Mission, back in 1989. Self-titled. Their sound has changed a lot since then -- today it sounds much more 70s-ish and much less 80s-ish! -- but worth picking up if you like the sound of this tune.|
|The Connells - Something to Say|
(Apr 23, 2007 - 07:50)
|Oh, man, if I wasn't at the office right now, I'd be singing along at the top of my lungs to this still-very-likable song from my college years. Thanks for playing this.|
|The Weepies - Jolene|
(Sep 08, 2004 - 09:39)
|And here I was thinking I was the only one in the neighborhood who had been clued in to The Weepies! Good to hear them here. Would love to hear "All That I Want."|
|Belle & Sebastian - The State I Am In|
(Feb 06, 2004 - 14:23)
I've listened to a bunch of Belle and Sebastian and I just don't get it. To me they are boring boring boring.
If you are bored by Belle & Sebastian, it may be because you are not soaking up all the wry, understated humor of their lyrics.
Examples from this song:
"My brother had confessed that he was gay.
It took the heat off me for a while.
He stood up with a sailor friend
and made it known upon my sister's wedding day..."
"The priest in the booth had a photographic memory for all he had heard.
He took all of my sins and he wrote a pocket novel called
'The State I Am In.'
So I gave myself to God. There was a pregnant pause before he said OK..."
|Coldplay - Moses|
(Jan 30, 2004 - 08:42)
|OK, I love Coldplay just as much as the next die-hard Britpop fan, but this one sounds a little undercooked to me. I'm surprised they decided to release it.|
|John Campbell - Down In The Hole|
(Jan 29, 2004 - 11:49)
Why not just play the real thing?
Exactly. This is styled so close to TW that it's uncomfortable. "Tom Waits called and wants his schtick back...."
|XTC - Senses Working Overtime|
(Jan 27, 2004 - 14:42)
|I always dive for the volume control when this one comes on... so I can turn it way up!
I don't know the name of the drummer who played in this song, but some of the fills he pulls out right after the "1-2-3-4-5" sequence are just fantastic.
|Ryan Adams - Wonderwall|
(Jan 27, 2004 - 10:11)
|Wow! Nice. I emerge with my adoration for the original AND this cover fully intact!
Who knew Ryan Adams could make such beautifully vulnerable music?
|Erik Satie - Gnossienne No1|
(Dec 11, 2003 - 13:48)
|I'm happy to report that this song is available for purchase on iTunes. I was delighted when I found this out and purchased this one and several other "gnossiennes" from the same composer. Best $5 I ever spent! |
|Garbage - So Like A Rose|
(Dec 08, 2003 - 12:33)
|Butch Vig needs to take a bold step into this decade and develop a new sound for his guitar. The guitar work here sounds frighteningly reminiscent of his work with Smashing Pumpkins in "Siamese Dream" 10 years ago!|
|Elliott Smith - Waltz #2|
(Dec 05, 2003 - 07:24)
|I always was moved by this bit of the lyrics:
"tell Mr Man with impossible plans / to just leave me alone / in the place where I make no mistakes / in the place where I have what it takes"
I wish we had more years of his music to look forward to.
|Audioslave - Hypnotize|
(Dec 03, 2003 - 11:30)
great song, great band, maybe best voice in rock ever.
Wow. Couldn't disagree more. Personally, I hope I never hear another tune sung by ol' Chris for the rest of my life.
|Sixteen Horsepower - Black Soul Choir|
(Dec 03, 2003 - 10:35)
Hmm... new music day at RP. Put this one back in the vault; it's not ready yet.
I beg to disagree. This band has been around for years & years and they're wonderful. They take some getting used to... but once you are on board, there's no going back....
The lyrics are loaded with Old Testament references. The lead singer believes every word of it, too... I think he considers himself a bit of a prophet.
I think this is what William Faulkner would sound like if he made creepy folk music for a living.
|R.E.M. - Orange Crush|
(Oct 14, 2003 - 12:52)
|Wow. GREAT to hear this one again. REM at their most vital. This one also scores major points for singalongability.
I love the drums as well. I think that perhaps that trademark rat-a-tat drum fill was sampled by Garbage on their single "Stupid Girl." Correct me if I'm wrong, somebody.
I miss the "Green" album -- REM and their music actually seemed to matter back then.
|Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Allegro|
(Oct 07, 2003 - 07:31)
|This makes me want to watch "Amadeus" (the movie) again. I've seen it about 25 times, and it's still one of my favorites.
This song definitely doesn't qualify as "eclectic rock," but I'm still happy to hear it here.
|Over the Rhine - B.P.D.|
(Oct 01, 2003 - 06:49)
|This album (OHIO -- a double album!) is definitely worth its weight in chocolate. It's really good.
I'm told that 'B.P.D.' stands for 'Borderline Personality Disorder.'
Dig the genuine rock'n'roll payoff at the end of the song!
|The Police - Roxanne|
(Sep 18, 2003 - 13:02)
This song was great the first 5,429 times I heard it.
Exactly. Man. If I never hear this song again, it will be not a moment too soon. Or, uh, something like that.
|Ani DiFranco - Tamburitza Lingua|
(Sep 15, 2003 - 09:31)
|Hmmmm.... somebody thinks she's channeling Tom Waits.
Compare to TW's "9th & Hennepin" (off the Rain Dogs album).
Ani seems to be a polarizing figure in music. Myself, can't stand her....
|U2 - All I Want Is You|
(Sep 12, 2003 - 12:41)
|This kind of song and this kind of day makes me grateful that I work in an office where I can turn up the volume on RP. Everyone in the office just got a healthy dosage of Bono & Co.
Man. This song really has some enduring power.
I've always loved the long, drawn-out orchestration at the end. Somehow that makes the song even more remarkable and memorable.
|BT - Mercury and Solace|
(Sep 05, 2003 - 08:09)
|Uh, this totally reminds me of spending the afternoon at the roller-skating rink as a 7th grader. I'm happy to hear this song end... 8-< |
|Bob Marley - Exodus|
(Jul 28, 2003 - 12:48)
|Too Much Bob Marley! Even the masters need a break sometimes...|
|Joni Mitchell - All I Want|
(Jun 27, 2003 - 07:43)
|I feel guilty for saying this, but I think I like the concept of Joni Mitchell and her songs more than Joni Mitchell herself...|
|Tempest - Surfing To Mecca|
(Jun 26, 2003 - 07:25)
|This was so schmaltzy that it was actually sort of pleasant.
I double-dare you to follow this up with a really tragic, poignant Radiohead song.
|Patty Griffin - Change|
(Jun 12, 2003 - 12:11)
Originally Posted by Boomer:
I don't know much about this artist, but I am going to find out real soon. I've seen other cuts that rp plays, can anybody recommend a disc to start with?
If I'm not mistaken, Ms. Griffin has 3 CDs. One is "Living with Ghosts," which is a sad, dark record with some phenomenally beautiful ballads & lots of acoustic guitar. "Change" is from "Flaming Red," which is a bigger, rock record that sort of put her on the map and made people start to notice her. Then about a year ago she released "1000 Kisses," which is soulful and heartfelt.
As far as which one is best -- I guess it's sort of like picking out the best flavor in the ice cream freezer at the store. It just depends on what kind of taste you prefer. But you're pretty much guaranteed to get something delicious.
|Train - She's On Fire|
(Jun 10, 2003 - 11:56)
|What can you say about this song? It's exactly what I was fleeing when I sought shelter at Radio Paradise....|
|Leonard Cohen - Bird on the Wire|
(Jun 09, 2003 - 07:48)
|I think Leonard must have borrowed the doo-wop feel-good organ used in this song from Simon & Garfunkel's "Concert in Central Park" record....|
|Hem - Leave Me Here|
(Jun 09, 2003 - 07:41)
|I just can't get enough of these guys. Her voice is so pure. And as fine as this song is -- it's just one of many wonderful songs on the Rabbit Songs CD.
If you like their sound at all, get the CD -- it will not let you down. It only gets better.
Thanks for sharing Hem with everyone, Bill!
|Leo Kottke - The Fisherman|
(Jun 06, 2003 - 11:24)
|I think it's time for me to break out the bowing down symbol:
This guy is such an incredible talent.
|Audioslave - Show Me How to Live|
(Jun 02, 2003 - 09:58)
Originally Posted by Shimmer:
Is this the same guy who sang "Spoonman" in whatever that famous band was called?
Yup. This is Chris Cornell (formerly of Soundgarden) and Tim Commerford (formerly of Rage Against The Machine), as well as a few others.
Chris Cornell certainly has that endurance gene. He's like the Energizer bunny, or maybe like that pesky cockroach that just won't go away, even after you thought you had crushed it with your shoe.
At any rate, this song is definitely hard and angry enough to be considered NSFW (Not Safe For Work). A little too much angst for my taste.
|Jayhawks - Save It For A Rainy Day|
(May 23, 2003 - 12:04)
|Definitely enjoying the new tunes from the Jayhawks... thanks for playing them. i respond to them sort of like I do The Doves. I find nothing terribly flashy or spectacular about their music, but it's really nice to listen to.|
|Annie Lennox - A Whiter Shade of Pale|
(Apr 29, 2003 - 13:03)
|Sometimes when you hear a cover like this, you just realize how much you liked the original. That preschooly keyboard has gotta go....|
|Pieta Brown - Lullaby|
(Apr 03, 2003 - 10:04)
|Nice. Thanks for playing it. I'm interested in hearing more from this artist.|
|Peter Murphy - All Night Long|
(Mar 25, 2003 - 12:49)
|Another wonderful offering by the lovely Peter. Definitely recommend seeing him in concert if you ever get the chance. He is dangerously cool.|
|U2 - Two Hearts Beat As One|
(Mar 20, 2003 - 13:59)
|Wow. I'm pleased by how well this has held up over the past 18 (?) years. Sounds great!|
|Nik Kershaw - Wounded|
(Mar 20, 2003 - 09:07)
|It's uncanny how this song seems to come on when I am feeling gloomy or sorry for myself. It never fails to pull me out of the doldrums. It's like nature's (or God's, or Bill's, whichever you like) way of telling me to LOOSEN UP!|
|Leonard Cohen - I'm Your Man|
(Mar 18, 2003 - 12:05)
Originally Posted by yermum:
This is awesome - except for the crazy ass Kenny G at the Casbah setting on the Fisher Price synth!
Does that sound too harsh?
Yeah. EXACTLY. I love this song, but I've never been able to figure out where an amazing songwriter like Leonard Cohen picked up his penchant for plastic drum machines and kazoos. (Do you suppose those backup singers are on loan from Ray Stevens?)
|Joseph Arthur - Dear Lord|
(Mar 18, 2003 - 11:51)
|Dig it! This is a toe-tapping song that manages to artfully pose some meaningful spiritual questions. It's great to hear Joseph Arthur on this station. Thanks for playing him.|
|Johnny Cash - Hurt|
(Mar 17, 2003 - 11:36)
|I don't know the original version of this song, but this cover is really chilling (and excellent). I can't remember the last time I heard a song delivered with such conviction. It really sounds like he's speaking (singing) from experience.|
|U2 - Bad (Live)|
(Mar 14, 2003 - 08:10)
|Just gorgeous. This is a particularly fantastic live version which I have forgotten about completely. Thanks for playing this. |
|Rolling Stones - Saint of Me|
(Mar 12, 2003 - 06:04)
|I think I could probably live happily for the rest of my life if I never again heard any more pop theology from the Rolling Stones....|
|Steve Earle - Copperhead Road|
(Mar 07, 2003 - 06:44)
|Steve Earle is one of those guys whose songwriting skills I have always admired. But I always get hung up on his delivery, which seems really silly and affected. That over-the-top sneer -- gah. Spare me.
Maybe some other really good artists (Neil Young? Tom Petty?) need to get together and develop a CD of Steve Earle covers, so I can continue to appreciate his work without actually hearing his voice.
|Corey Harris - Wild West|
(Feb 26, 2003 - 12:19)
|I usually enjoy the wide variety of genres and sounds this station offers, but sometimes (like now), the variety just goes wrong. This song definitely isn't doin' it for me....
|Eels - Last Stop|
(Feb 22, 2003 - 13:06)
|Ewww. I want this to stop. As soon as possible.
|Supertramp - Logical Song|
(Feb 21, 2003 - 09:17)
|I have to admit that P. T. Anderson's movie "Magnolia" gave me an appreciation for Supertramp that I'd never had before. Always enjoy hearing this one.|
|Hem - Half Acre|
(Feb 21, 2003 - 06:45)
|Let me count the ways I love this band. Their "Rabbit Songs" CD is just like this -- strangely comforting, serene music. Highly recommended if you like the Cowboy Junkies' "Trinity Sessions."
I read some press about this record that suggested that a few of the band members had almost gone broke while financing the recording. They insisted on including all those special touches, like the 18-piece orchestra, etc. And they paid for it themselves. Gotta admire that kind of conviction.
|Tori Amos - God|
(Feb 20, 2003 - 14:49)
|Tori, sometimes you don't come through, either....|
|Bruce Cockburn - Night Train|
(Feb 20, 2003 - 13:11)
|I really like the way Ani Difranco handles the backing vocals for this song.
This is a song that offers some interesting new perspectives if you listen to it on headphones at a decent volume. Lots of interesting little layers hidden for those who listen carefully.
|Janah - Oil On My Head|
(Feb 20, 2003 - 11:33)
|I'm definitely at the saturation point with this one. In fact, I might burst into flame if I hear it again.|
|R.E.M. - Drive|
(Feb 20, 2003 - 09:44)
|"Hey. Kids. Shake a leg.
Maybe you're crazy in the head."
Yeah, I think this song is the point at which I discreetly slipped off the REM bandwagon....
|Alanis Morissette - Utopia|
(Feb 19, 2003 - 08:49)
|Heh. The song playing just before this one was Jeff Buckley's version of "Hallelujah."
Finding an appropriate follow-up song to "Hallelujah" is tricky no matter what, but this is a little bit like sitting down to a dinner of steak and wine, and then being served a Ho-Ho for dessert.
Yeah, I'm definitely not a fan of Alanis, can you tell?.....
|Mazzy Star - All Your Sisters|
(Feb 18, 2003 - 13:36)
|It is so nice to hear some "deeper cuts" from Mazzy Star's CDs -- not just the one or two songs that received scattered radio play years ago! Thanks!|
|U2 - Bad|
(Feb 18, 2003 - 09:51)
|This is why, a few months ago, I placed a little mason jar on my bureau and labelled it "U2 Live." I have since been adding to it every spare coin and stray dollar bill I come across. Next time they come in concert, I am there! (Well, hopefully I'll be able to afford a concert ticket with my spare change by, say, 2004...)|
|Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Rifles|
(Feb 17, 2003 - 11:22)
|This song resides in some secret Ninth Circle of Coolness inside my head, where only a very select few are allowed entrance. (Al Pacino, Anton Corbijn, and Tom Waits are a few of the privileged guests. And now, B.R.M.C.)|
|B-tribe - Love, Tears, Heartache & Devot|
(Feb 17, 2003 - 07:43)
|Definitely don't get it. For me, this song is one step up from the AM static you hear buzzing through the speakers when you're passing through tiny rural towns.|
|Joseph Arthur - Honey and the Moon|
(Feb 13, 2003 - 12:19)
|I'm extremely impressed with Joseph Arthur. His "Redemption's Son" CD is full of glittering gems like this. So nice to hear this on RP.|
|Aimee Mann - Jacob Marley's Chain|
(Feb 13, 2003 - 09:49)
|I keep wanting to like Aimee, because I know she's good. But then I keep thinking, "MAN, this girl brings me down."|
|Robbie Robertson - Unbound|
(Feb 13, 2003 - 08:53)
|what a lovely groove. Although it actually makes me long to hear some Bryan Ferry (the undisputed duke of understated cool).|
|Over the Rhine - Fever|
(Feb 12, 2003 - 13:32)
|A lovely cover by a delightful band. Thanks, Bill. oneworld, Over the Rhine is a terrific bunch of musicians from Cincinnati, OH, USA. I'd call them "one of contemporary music's best kept secrets."
Sometimes their stuff gets a little heavy-handed, but other times -- like with this -- they get it just right, and it's so good.
|Blind Faith - Sea of Joy|
(Feb 11, 2003 - 13:49)
|Man. I appreciate the effort the guy's making, but I still think this song should be called Sea of Pain.|
|Madonna - Justify My Love|
(Sep 19, 2002 - 08:02)
|This station never fails to keep me guessing. That's one of the things I like best about it. The moment I think I have Bill's play list pretty figured out, he plays Madonna! Go figure!|
|Nik Kershaw - Wounded|
(Sep 10, 2002 - 17:35)
|Having only heard a few of his songs, and having been very impressed with them, I must ask: is young Nik as terrific and talented as I think he might be? Which CD of his should I start with?|
|Grey Eye Glances - If I Was|
(Sep 06, 2002 - 06:17)
|Sorry, but these guys make me yawn.
They sound like the rest of the plastic pop music seething from the "new rock" station on my FM dial.
|Ryan Adams - Nuclear|
(Sep 05, 2002 - 08:26)
|Ah, "A Summer Place." A smash hit by Percy Faith. And one of my father-in-law's favorite songs!...
I'm trying to stay open to Ryan Adams, but I just can't help but miss the old Whiskeytown days. I still enjoy their "Strangers Almanac" CD a great deal.
|Devlins - Waiting|
(Aug 29, 2002 - 09:54)
|Yeah, I think the Devlins are pretty mediocre musically, but I find Colin Devlin *extremely* crush-worthy.|
|Red Hot Chili Peppers - Midnight|
(Aug 29, 2002 - 08:27)
|Down with Red Hot Chili Peppers. Playing this song is the only indication I have that Bill is not, in fact, completely perfect. :(|