Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Morrissey and Marr gave me choice

Songs in me head:
"To Repel Ghosts" by Manic Street Preachers
"Glasnost" by Manic Street Preachers
"1985" by Manic Street Preachers
"A to B" by the Futureheads reports that the Casket Lottery has broken up. I thought they broke up a while ago. They had some good stuff, especially their split EP collaboration with Small Brown Bike.

Since Kev and I discussed this group/movie in a previous post, I found this quote from this article on Judas Priest very timely: "We're serious musicians, but we can still be Spinal Tap."

The housemate and I watched the new New Order video, "Krafty," last night. I think the song is really good and the video is interesting in its own way.

Chrome Waves posted the good word about what I was hoping for: The Life Aquatic DVD will have the Criterion treatment. More info is here.

There is a local telephone provider that has a radio commercial featuring a guy singing a popular guitar riff to his friend. The way he sings it and the way I hear it, the riff sounds like "Drink Deep" by Rites of Spring, but alas, he reveals he is singing "Layla" by Derek and the Dominoes.

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