Firstly, those crazy Japanese have done it again - they've taught crows
to play soccer. But still no flying car?
What kind of bullshit is that? I want my flying car, my robot
maid, and my sterile world full of cold, emotionless
*** The Rat Traps ***
Punk rock trio from Tennessee came through recently and played with
my good friends The Mothballs. They
were pretty damn great - high energy and all that. Plus it was
an afternoon show, perfectly suited to people too
lazy to go out late, such as myself. You can listen to them over
on their nerdspace page here.
Chuck Berry - Maybellene.
Chuck Berry, the very original rock-n-roller, what can you say about him?
He made it all pos-
he liked to piss on people, so he had that going for him. Ghostface Killah - Kilo.
rest of the Wu-Tang Clan has released little of merit in many years, Ghostface
continues to churn
hip-hop year after year. This track is the highlight off of his
newest album. The Eagles of Death Metal - I
Want You Soo Hard.
This is rock-n-roll
the way it was always meant to be. Just got back from seeing these
cats live the other
jesus christmas, do they put on a fantastic show. The M's - Plan
of the Man.
band could probably be filed in that large manilla folder entitled "Kinks
shit you could
have worse accusations thrown at you. Plus they do it quite well. The Time Flys - Teenage
of the Ly Dells is a slight departure for Oakland's fuzzy punk band The
Time Flys, but it's my
on the album. Something about doowop-tinged rock songs sound so very
right to me lately
BBQ). The Van Pelt - It's
100% positive I've wrote about the Van Pelt and the Lapse and all those
Chris Leo bands, so
I'm not going
to go into much detail other than to say this was one of my favorite songs
of theirs, and it
as good to me now as it did when I first heard it in the mid-90s.