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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

Punknews.org 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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