An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between November 14th and November 29th.
An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between July 16th and July 30th.
If you’re not a fan, I totally understand — but for me, it will remain a staple of my winter playlists.
Lo-Fidelity All Stars’ ‘Battle Flag’ is one of the few times when I’ve heard a group release a de-profanitized radio-friendly edit of a track that I actually prefer to the original uncensored version.
I think it’s the slide from amusement to condescension to all-out-rage as the song goes by that really does it for me. This is one song that I just will never get tired of.
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Sources: The Lords of Acid’s The Crablouse (In Its Native Environment (Album) and Whatever You Do, Remain Calm (Instrumental)) mixes, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Give It Away.
When Kevin and I were younger, and too small to work dad’s record player, we had our own: the classic Fisher-Price phonograph. To go with this, Dad gave us a small blue box (well, blue, white, and green, but I’ve always thought of it as blue) with a bunch of old 45s that he and his brother Doug had collected when they were younger.
This is a piece by[Josh Medsker, originally written for and published in the Anchorage Press in October of 2000. When I first found this, it inspired my ‘Back When Anchorage Was Cool’ post. Unfortunately, at some point since then, a redesign of the Anchorage Press website took Josh’s article offline. Recently, he was kind enough to dig the article up, dust it off, and pass it on to me. With his permission, I’m re-posting it here.
This record is sold upon the express condition that it shall not be copied or duplicated and that the full right of property or possession reverts to the Columbia Phonograph Co. upon violation of this condition.