Monday, July 25, 2005

So Give Your Distance Now

And because I think it's an interesting glimpse into my personal life, and because I think these kind of updates are healthy and necessary, here are the ten post played songs, according to my iTunes:
  1. "Hot Pursuit" - Bravery
  2. "Shake Some Action" - Flaming Groovies
  3. "The Two Sides on Monsieur Valentine" - Spoon
  4. "Rage!" - Chromeo
  5. "I Thought You Were My Boyfriend" - Magnetic Fields
  6. "Be My Baby" - Ronettes
  7. "Get It Get It" - Scissor Sisters
  8. "Voodoo Lady" - Ween
  9. "Hello Again" - Cars
  10. "I Came as a Rat" - Modest Mouse
I was surprised as anyone, though I heartily recommend any of these for your ears. Perhaps more indicative of the present, here are the ten newest songs in my music collection:
  1. "Dream Police" - Cheap Trick
  2. "Soundtrack to Mary" - Soul Coughing
  3. "Japanese Gum" - Her Space Holiday
  4. "This Magic Moment" - Lou Reed
  5. "A New Morning, Changing Weather" - International Noise Conspiracy
  6. "Feel" - Big Star
  7. "Flowers on the Wall" - Statler Brothers
  8. "Witch Mountain Bridge" - Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks
  9. "Celebration on the Planet Mars" - Raymond Scott
  10. "Don't Sleep on the Subway" - Petula Clark
Totally more me than the top ten, though that seems like it should be the other way around, I know. Anyone with an opinion about any of these — or this or those, for that matter — is encouraged to share it.

[ If my hands are shaking, I feel my body reeling. ]

1 comment:

  1. Muscle memory took over and I reached for my nexus phone to call someone angrily. The EIC reflexes are still there, but alas the nexus phone is not.

    Yay for Nina.