Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Jens Lekman "Friday Night at the Drive-Thru Bingo" Friday Night at the Drive-Thru Bingo single
Trembling Blue Stars "From a Pale Blue Rosary" The Last Holy Writer\
The Real Tuesday Weld "It's a Wonderful Li(f)e" The London Book of the Dead
The Ditty Bops "Sister Kate" The Ditty Bops
Ash "Goldfinger" 1977
The Kinda Long-Haired Band "Circles" Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits
The Jena Campaign "You Stole My Car and Then You Stole My Heart" A Panda For Amanda
Belle and Sebastian "My Wandering Days Are Over" Tigermilk
****Live set by Potterwatch****
"Quidditch Is Simple"
The Red Balloons "Reading Books Out Loud" [?]
Potterwatch "Dear Ginny" Wrock & Rowl
The Parselmouths "Hermione" Sssss
The Whomping Willows "In Which Draco and Harry Secretly Want to Make Out" Welcome to the House of Awesome
Cars Can Be Blue "Doctor" Happy Happy Birthday To Me Vol. 4
19 Action News "Grand Canyon" [?]
The Ditty Bops "Angel With An Attitude" Moon Over the Freeway
Patience Please "Antediluvian" Happy Happy Birthday To Me Vol. 4
Pigeon John "Money Back Guarantee" And the Summertime Pool Party
That "skinny blonde girl" song is from the same cartoon where that "Hey Anonymous, why don't you write a poem and not attribute it to yourself?" joke came from. It's an Internet cartoon called Homestar Runner. And the character who both sang that song and told that joke is called Strong Bad. You can a demo of that that song by watching this cartoon and clicking the words "skinny blonde girls" at the end. And you can hear the "Anonymous" joke in its original context by watching this cartoon.
Also, I didn't want to discuss Snape in-depth because he's a REALLY important character in the last couple of books, and discussing him would give away too much of the plot.
Finally, I recommend that you read the books if you get a chance. The movies, especially the later ones, miss a lot of what happens, and you only get a bare skeleton of the overall plot. The books are much more fulfilling.
If there was ever an indie rapper worthy of boogie pop, it would be Pigeon John. Especially schtuff from his "is clueless" and "sings the blues" CDs
You never cease to impress me.
Joshua is so fucking cool...
...but actually, there's something we didn't mention.
He's moving to California in two weeks. NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!