Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Dear Diane.

These "Diane Tapes" are really a great amusing listen for those of you whom share the same love for the Twin Peaks series.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Thursday, October 18, 2007

I Feel like Dying

Haha...Ok..don't be confused by the melodramatic title. I actually had a conversation today about this Lil' Wayne song. Some love it..some think its absolutely retared. I've thought little about this yet still came to this conclusion: I respect both points of view. Nonetheless, I have to admit it peculiar and catchy. (*Oh and please do check youtube and see the variety of people who have decided to lip sync this song..fatties, goths, geeks, 6 years olds with keyboards...) I couldn't help myself and found the sampled track. The sample is from an Aussie pop folk singer named "Karma", the song titled "Once" is pretty depressing...well..oddly enough the girl moved to Miami.. of all places after writing a theatrical song about some serious issues with the powder white..who would have thought...

Karma's: Once
Lil Wayne's: I feel like dying

I appreciate you

I really have little interest in new music.
**I reuploaded this so the link should work.**

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Smoking and Drinking with no Reason to Celebrate.

I'll bring it back to something a bit closer to what most people can agree on and enjoy (*with all that rappy rap I felt bad leaving some of you out). Each song on here I could listen to over and over. Its like a Sweater in the Fall. Its like Smoking and Drinking with no reason to celebrate. Fuck it...Get on your bike and do what you like.


Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Rappy Rap #3

Hello Folks! It's tuesday.. basically a day of the eternal Doldrum..(*and when I say doldrum i mean: A region of the ocean near the equator, characterized by calms, light winds, or squalls.) So to battle the squalls and light winds I give you some more great 90's rappy rap. The intro samples possibly one of my favorite songs ever made titled "Can we pretend?" by Bill Withers. Annalillia is just a classic from Aceyalone's first solo album "All Balls Don't Bounce". Any of you who like Rich Boy's "Throw some D's" will appreciate UGK's delivery on "Pocket full of Stones". There have been several memorable Posse cuts..the most famous would have to be the Juice Crew All Stars an Homage the D&D studios' "1,2 Pass it" is also just a classic great funtime track. Cabfare makes Bob James' Taxi theme into an addictive backdrop of multiple perspectives of some taxi cab confessions. Although there are several other notable tracks I'll wrap this up saying....THE DANGER ZONE

Friday, October 12, 2007

Bonus Friday!

Well, I'm feeling generous and I feel slightly bad that I didnt get a rappy rap mix up this week. Stay Tuned! In the is Aceyalones, "Book of Human Language" I can't recall how many times while conversing about rap stuff this album comes up as peoples favorite top 10. So please.. get in backpacker mode.. get a pair of big Studio headphones and take the time to enjoy this amazing introspective album.


There's things one should never be proud of..being a raver is one of them. When I think of electronic music I think of designers in black framed glasses listening to Intelligent Dance Music (*translates to: indecipherable robotsfucking noises) while kerning type and drinking lattes... Electronic music much like raving it is something I do not admit to having any relations with...Possibly because if you say electronic..they think you mean electronica...which makes almost anyone imagine someone who thinks Ibiza is heaven on earth and the sound of really repetative,loud, boring good MUSIC....yet again I digress..I can are some things..that I listen to which may or may not be electronic music. Yet, overall good music to kern to..uh..I mean work to..

as always heres the suggested play order..and be sure to set the playback overlap to 6 seconds or so.

age gracefully..have a nice weekend.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Broken links.

hey folks I've been getting reports that some of the previous links are broken. I am in the process of figuring out a better way of going about it. in the meantime please comment or email on the ones that are broken and if you would like me to re'up it.


Friday, October 5, 2007

The Rappy Rap 90's edition part 2

Well time for another Rappy Rap session...This week as a few gems. Pete Rock and Cl Smooth's "One in a Million" featured on the Poetic Justice soundtrack...Janet in a mail truck...I'm saying! KMD's "What a Nigga Know?" *please note MF Grimms verse one of my favorites. "Fallin'" by De La and Teenage Fanclub **the odd tom petty nod. Brand Nubian's "Punks Set Up to Get Beat Down" which must have been on 20 mixtapes i purchased as a lad..."john theyre stealing part 2" ....i'll steal the ice out of your fridge and leave the food...ok I'm losing focus here, let me get to the superfluous info....Heres a list of the preferred play order I also suggest to set your itunes crossfade playback at around 6 seconds (its in preference under playback).


Thursday, October 4, 2007

Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Select, Start

Some ponderings and revelations need the proper music...Samus is a girl? Mario's last name is Mario...and his first name is name is Mario Mario...which means Luigi is Luigi Mario...hmm...The Advantage..."Elf Titled" if your curiosity isn't picqued by the album artwork alone.. I don't know what to say.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Eat Brains

Well its a two for one today!
First Up...

Dario Argento's soundtrack for George Romero's zombie's in a mall classic "Dawn of the Dead".

Second up...The Splash Band!
Leave it to the germans to devote a whole album to the songs of director John Carpenter. Included are renditions of Christine, Escape from New York, Halloween and others.