Apologies for the delay. I did love the sword fight and watched it twice.
Anyway, I rode yesterday with this song in my head. I also was wearing my old Fashion Nugget shirt and had someone approach me at one of the rest stops and ask if Satan was my motor.
Dressy Bessy is one of the many offshoot bands on the Elephant 6 family tree. John, the guitarist, also plays in Apples in Stereo. I found out about both bands from the incredible Heroes & Villains compilation inspired by the Powerpuff Girls. Really. Anyway, this is one of my favorite Dressy Bessy songs. I hope you all enjoy.
PS: Tammy Ealom is adorable, isn't she?
with the negotiations completed and contracts all signed, we're happy to announce the recruitment of a fresh round of guest DJs. we're looking for a few sensitive young men and women to take a turn behind the tables.
we dug up `6 from the retirement home, but if you're interested as well, please send an email to hungryjoe [this thingy] wgom.org. first priority goes to new DJs. spots left over will be spread among returning DJs, awarded by random number generator. also, months will be awarded by random number generator.
come be the next opportunistic renegade.
Greetings Citizens. Be forewarned, my tastes - although they do encompass a wide assortment of genres - are fairly pedestrian when compared to the great variety displayed weekly by hitman and jobu (and others). The videos this week may not push many boundaries or broaden many horizons musically, but its music I like and I had a blast putting it all together. Enjoy. Or don't...
First up is Feeder, a run-of-the-mill British alternative/grunge band. I like most of their catalogue, but I love this song.
Enjoy your week off boys.
Thanks for putting up with my tastes all week. I figure a fitting end to cheaptoy week would involve some cookie monster vocals.
Behold! The Eagles of death metal! (or at least, the inspiration for the name of that band.)
A band already introduced to the Nation.
This is your horrorscope. \m/
Ahhh, Death. Founders of a genre. Their last two albums were terrific, some of the best music I've ever heard. Sadly, Chuck Schuldiner, founder of the band and lead guitarist and vocalist, died of a brain tumor in 2001 while working on a project with similar musical style but a more traditional vocalist.