Tuesday, March 27, 2007

playlist for march 27, 2007

The Icicles "Crazy" Arrivals & Departures
The Smittens "C'mon (Where the Grass Grows Tall and Green)" Let It Bee
The Grade Grubbers "Down With Mo" Let's Kiss to Make It Real
The Lil' Hospital "There Could Be Girlfriend" I Wanna Be Well
Let's Go Sailing "Better Off" The Chaos In Order
Ford R. Corl "Play Tough" Tribute In Stereo
Apples In Stereo "Play Tough" New Magnetic Wonder
Apples In Stereo "Sun Is Out" New Magnetic Wonder
Modest Mouse "Education" We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank
Kidz Bop Kids "Float On" Kidz Bop 7
Artichoke "Pretty Vacant" Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols
Dean & Britta "Words You Used to Say" Back Numbers
Of Montreal "Tim I Wish You Were Born a Girl" Cherry Peel
Of Montreal "Du Og Meg" Icons: Abstract Thee
Julie Doiron "The Wrong Guy" I Woke Myself Up
Maxmilian Hecker "I Am Falling Now" Rose
Camera Obscura "Hands Up Baby" If Looks Could Kill
Maria Taylor "A Good Start" Lynn Teeter Flower
The Postmarks "Goodbye" The Postmarks
The Afternoon Naps "Sneaky Hand" LIVE ON BOOGIEPOP! WOO HOO!!!
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players "Beautiful Dandelion" Adventures In Middle America Vol. 2
The Icicles "La Ti Da" Arrivals & Departures
Piney Gir "Bumblebee (Abelha)" Let It Bee
Modest Mouse "Missed The Boat" We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Entertainment System "Street Fighter 2-Title, Ken's Theme" The Computer Always Cheats
Automusik "The Hound Dog" The Hound Dog EP

Finally made it in front of a computer for the show. Do you or anybody else, know of anyplace in Cincinnati to go out to a show during the week. I am stuck here M-F for the next couple of months. I did a little poking around on google and didn't see anything promising on MySpace, although I have to say my efforts were weak at best.

You know, I still can't understand what you say in the motorcycle safety PSA after 'You know, if you hadn't got your brains scrambled in that motorcycle accident, you wouldn't have to ??????? [something something something 'like over at eighty-eight']
The Hecker song sounded almost 'Gothic'!
"...you wouldn't have thrown Red Right 88."
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