Friday Random Ten, “Hip hop is prosecution evidence” edition

1. “These Peoples Try to Fade Me.” Coach Z
2. “Undressed,” Outhouse
3. “Go-Go Gadget Gospel,” Gnarls Barkley
4. “You Are What You Love,” Jenny Lewis & The Watson Twins
5. “Lemonade,” Bullette
6. “Mankind,” Pearl Jam
7. “One Note Song,” Tenacious D
8. “Mistake,” Big Wreck
9. “Jugular Vein,” Mr. Lif
10. “Time’s Up,” Living Colour

Post your own in comments. Today’s topic for discussion is “Who decided that the Ying Yang Twins should be on the radio? What’s wrong with the world, that I even know they exist?”

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9 thoughts on “Friday Random Ten, “Hip hop is prosecution evidence” edition

  1. pedro

    “Things behind the Sun” Nick Drake
    “Alcohol” CSS
    “The Man Who Sold The World (Live)” Nirvana unplugged
    “Leaves are Gone” Secret Machines
    “All of Seventeen” The Eames Era
    “Mr. Bones” Throwing Muses
    “Holding Out for a Hero” Emery (from Punk Goes 80s)
    “No One Else’s Problem” Kevin Devine
    “Car Wash” Cloud Cult
    “Honey” Screens

    I don’t really update my nano all that much. It’s a monthly process.

    As for radio, I don’t listen to it either. Radio sucks.

  2. Tom

    The Outcast – Dropkick Murphy’s
    Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall – Bob Dylan (Live)
    Holding out for a Hero – Measure for Measure (pouring a little out for our homegirl)
    Sabotage – Beastie Boys
    Don’t let the Bastards get you down – Kris Kristofferson
    Come talk to me – Peter Gabriel (whatever. Like you don’t have a uterus as well)
    Janie Jones – The Clash
    Give it Away – Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Last Day of our Acquaintance – Sinead O’Connor
    Fields of Athenry – Dropkick Murphy’s

  3. pedro

    I am shocked that we both have versions of Holding Out for a Hero. What the fuck is up with that?

  4. Tom

    I noticed that as well and found it equally troubling.

    Let us never speak of it again.

    Particularly after a strangely enjoyable happy hour with otherwise unenjoyable people with $2.50 20 oz beers. 4 of them. and the night is young.

  5. Nicole

    My cousin the documentary filmmaker who is making a documentary film (the trailer- http://www.crosscountryfilms.com) about asbestos and the mines in Libby, Montana, and 9-11, found out that the Yeungling brewery is basically situated next to some sort of toxic dump and the water used for the beer is radioactive poison. Just so you know.

    Kiss Me-Sixpence None The Richer
    No More Drama Remix-Mary J Blige
    Ev’rything I’ve Got-Chick Corea
    Stay (Wasting Time)-Dave Matthews Band
    Rudy Can’t Fail-The Clash
    Ain’t No Mountain High Enough-Diana Ross
    Lover Lay Down-Dave Matthews Band
    Rhyme & Reason-Dave Matthews Band
    Sleep To Dream-Fiona Apple
    Footprints-Barenaked Ladies

  6. Tom

    yes. yuengling. ( and 4 leinenkugels, celebrating all regional microbrews, regardless of their radioactivity).

  7. Eric

    Stop! – Jane’s Addiction
    Lightning Crashes – Live
    A Stranger – A Perfect Circle
    Home – Sarah McLachlan
    Myself – The Verve Pipe
    End It On This – No Doubt
    Protect Ya Neck – The Wu-Tang Clan (aw yah, again and again)
    Aenema – Tool
    Papercut – Linkin Park
    Brownsville Girl – Bob Dylan

    I’m starting to think I might need to download songs released outside the 90s

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