Sunday, January 10, 2010

For Your Listening Pleasure

Got the new computer, and it's fucked. Long story but the OS is toast, and I've spent the past two days trying not to throw it out the window.

In an attempt to restore my sanity, using my ├╝ber-unstable old laptop I added a stack of new songs to my player. For your listening pleasure here's your Saturday Night Song List. Maybe you'll find a couple of good ones in there to get you moving this weekend. No one can accuse me of having a narrow taste in music.


ABBA - Does Your Mother Know That You're Out.mp3
Beck - Loser.mp3
Blind Melon - No Rain.mp3
Bob Dylan - Mr. Tambourine Man (Rare).mp3
Buddy Holly - That'll Be the Day 45PRM.mp3
Chuck Berry - Maybellene.mp3
Chuck Berry - Rock and Roll Music.mp3
Def Lepard - Pour Some Sugar On Me.mp3
Del Shannon - Runaway.mp3
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing.mp3
Don McLean - American Pie.mp3
Eagles - Take It Easy.mp3
Elton John - Crocodile Rock.mp3
Eydie Gorme - Blame It On the Bossa Nova.mp3
Faith No More - Epic.mp3
Fats Domino - Let the Four Winds Blow (45RPM).mp3
Jefferson Airplane - Don't You Want Somebody To Love.mp3
Jim Croce - Bad Boy Leroy Brown.mp3
Little Richard - Good Golly Miss Molly.mp3
Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Through the Grapevine.mp3
Melanie Safka - Mr. Tambourine Man.mp3
Nine Inch Nails - Head Like A Hole.mp3
Offspring - Come Out and Play Keep Em Separated.mp3
Offspring - Self Esteem.mp3
Queen - Under Pressure.mp3
Rhett Miller - World Inside the World.mp3
Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman.mp3
Sam Cooke - Twistin' the Night Away.mp3
Sam Cooke - You Send Me 78RPM.mp3
Santana feat. Rob Thomas - Smooth.mp3
Searchers - Love Potion No. 9.mp3
Searchers - Needles and Pins.mp3
The Eagles - Hotel California.mp3
The Five Satins - In the Still of the Night.mp3
The Ramones - I Wanna to Be Sedated.mp3
The Searchers - Love Potion No. Nine.mp3
Toto - Africa.mp3
Twisted Sister - We're Not Gonna Take It.mp3
U2 - The Sweetest Thing.mp3

10 comments:

only a movie said...

Cool mix! Could have come from my ipod. :-)

Mirth said...

The Offspring's Self Esteem is one of my favorites. Lots of others in your list could have come from mine as well. I've honestly never listened to ABBA though, so that first one is lost on me.

Patois said...

Yeah, that would make me feel better.

Not Afraid to Use It said...

@only a movie: I knew you were groovy!

@Mirth: I never did either until I dated a Swede. ABBA is one of their national pastimes. And truly, the reason this one got added was because ABBA was just inducted into the Rock & Rock Hall of fame, and when I was in ATL three DJs were arguing whether or not they should have been. They stripped the lyrics out, and the rock beat shocked the hell out of the dissenter. And now that I've looked at the rest of the lyrics instead of just the chorus, I'm digging it a little more. Plus, my kids will love the line "Does your mother know that you're out?" and I'll privately laugh bc they don't know what they are really singing.

@Patois: I can't wait to get my headphones on today and crank it.

Cristin said...

great tunage. That's one of my fave U2 songs.

Chamuca said...

This list is amazing. So many of my favorites. And I love ABBA. =)

A Free Man said...

Wait, I'm stuck on the fact that you got a new computer and its buggered. You bought a PC, didn't you? I told you to get a Mac...

Not Afraid to Use It said...

@Cristin: I love it, too, but as my hubs is a HUGE U2 fan, this is just one of many to come.

@Chamuca: I have definitely learned to love ABBA in doses. The kids love this song today, though.

@AFM: And I keep telling you to buy me one.

Gypsy said...

You've got ABBA on there, which makes it all ok with me.

Joe @ IrrationalDad said...

No "Insane Clown Posse"?? I thought I knew you! *says the guy with an ICP tattoo* /shame.