3 thoughts on “FMD 8-18-17: If I had a hammer”

  1. During the Wisconsin Uprising music was essential to keeping our spirits up. I sung myself hoarse many times singing old protest & solitarily songs in the Capitol rotunda or trudging around the Square in the cold.

    'A few favorites from that time and all times:' SelectShow
  2. 1. BJörk “Hidden Place” Vespertine
    2. Linked Horizon “Guren No Yumiya (Feuerroter Pfeil und Bogen)”* Jiyuu he no Shinegeki
    3. L'Arc~en~Ciel “Shine”* Butterfly
    4. Theatre Brook “Uragiri no Yuuyake (Extended TV size)”* Uragiri no Yuuyake
    5. Emot “Sacrilege” Trees & Claws EP

    6. SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]:mizuki “aLIEz (TV Size)”* A/Z
    7. Jacob Plant “Drop That”* Home: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    8. Peter Gabriel “Sledgehammer” So
    9. Urban Tribe “Micro Machines” The Collapse of Modern Culture
        a. Blue Grosbeak* “Song” (Cornell Master Set)
    T. They Might Be Giants “Birdhouse in Your Soul” Flood
    E. Bonnie "Prince" Billy “The Dragon Song” Pete's Dragon: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    2. Attack on Titan, Season 1 Opening Theme.
    3. Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit, Opening Theme
    4. Durarara!!, Season 1 Opening Theme. At two minutes instead of 90 seconds, this version was extended with a guitar solo in the middle which was used in some episodes to show scenes from previous episodes.
    6. Aldnoah.Zero, One of two Season 1 Closing Themes. I think I can pull the word "Rayet" out of the lyrics, which is the name of a my favorite character on the show.... Nope, it's Japanese-pronounced English words "Crier" and "Liar". I should have never looked it up.
    I see that a good share of the lyrics aren't Japanese (or English interjections), but German. I get why for the Attack on Titan songs, but why here?
    7. Gorg theme.
        a. A bit of an irruption into Minnesota this summer, with a handful of county-first records as far east as Hennepin and Washington. If you know of any gravel pits in the Southern third of the state, go look for some.

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