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I Shall Be Released, Tears of Rage, and When I Paint My Masterpiece, while all incredible, were all written by Bob Dylan, perhaps the reason for their absence. Also, Dylan painted the album cover of Music From the Big Pink.
3030, way past the millenium!
Need new Deltron!!!
They’re not wearing their seat belts.
It’s a silly song, but man I crank it and rock out to some Jimmy Jazz everytime.
aesop rock cycles to ghenna? it looked like they really put a lot of work into that video, and it’s a great song to boot!
James and the Giant Peach.
Black Keys- Gold on the Ceiling
Could just be me, but the vocals during the chorus of Gold On the Ceiling remind me of the chorus vocals of the Red Hot Chili Peppers version of Higher Ground.
I really dig the songs I’ve heard so far, can’t wait to hear the whole thing. Black Keys roooock!
10 AM Automatic
I mean Rhinoceros.
If this were a field goal attempt: IT’SSS GOOOD!
Beck’s face was great when Neil came out. It looked like it wasn’t rehersed and Beck was genuinely happy, and grateful for the surprise. But maybe it was planned for Neil to come out. Either way, looked like a nice cup of coffee and a good performance of one of my favorite Young songs, from my favorite Young album.
The White Album.
I also love what they did with the cirque du soleil album Love, with the song mash ups, but that doesn’t count. Just thought it’d make a nice side note.
Lou Reed- Rock N Roll Animal
Yay: Colin Meloy
Nay: Craig Finn
street joy. takin my new headphones when i win, to the streets…street joy.
Pearl Jam- Alive. But I don’t attempt to jump off of balconies.
Working Class Hero. Though, Happy Christmas (War is Over) is my favorite Christmas song behind the Pogues “Fairy Tale of New York.”
His songs from Jim Henson’s the Labarynth…Orrrr Suffragette city.