5.20.2005

Friday Random Ten



This week has been awful...seriously, I'm ready to quit both my job and my family right now, and the only thing that is going to keep me sane is having more than four people post their Friday Random Tens. C'mon people, give a poor girl a break here! You can find the rules of play here. I'll even step up and give you my list first--here you go, the Friday Random Ten, "Annamaria has a headache" edition:


  1. Jetstream - New Order with Ana Matronic
  2. Jerry Falwell Destroyed Earth - Ben Kweller
  3. I'm Shakin' - Rooney
  4. Hot Topic - Le Tigre
  5. Bummed Out City - Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
  6. 1000 Mile High City - Ocean Colour Scene
  7. Love Child - The Supremes
  8. Been So Long - Nina Nastasia
  9. Laid - James
  10. Short Skirts - Felix da Housecat


Your turn! Make me proud people!

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annamaria at 8:34 AM

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at Friday, May 20, 2005 9:56:00 AM Blogger Norbizness said...

Proudly won't make anyone proud, but:

1. Stereolab "The Black Arts"
2. Buzzcocks "Fast Cars"
3. Neil Young "Walk On"
4. Blue Oyster Cult "Kick out the Jams (live)"
5. Devo "Beautiful World"
6. Camper van Beethoven "Never Go Back"
7. Buck Owens and the Buckaroos "Act Naturally"
8. The Jam "I Got By In Time"
9. King Crimson "Book of Saturday"
10. Combustible Edison "The Corner Table"

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 10:04:00 AM Blogger annamaria said...

Baby, you've got The Jam on your list and that is more than enough to make this girl proud!

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 10:40:00 AM Blogger person x said...

There's nothing that makes me happier than "Friday Random Ten" waiting for me when I get to work. It makes me want to slit my wrists just a little bit less -- but if the mold near my desk keeps multiplying, I may not need to bother. More on that later...

"It's Only Time" - Magnetic Fields
"Sink to the Bottom" - Fountains of Wayne
"Hey May" - Dressy Bessy
"Fascination Street" - The Cure
"Decapitated Orgasms" - Five Deez
"Kid A" - Todd Osborn
"Keep It Comin' Love" - KC & the Sunshine Band (ha!)
"Trust & Believe" - Athletic Mic League
"Picture in a Frame" - Tom Waits
"If Your Girl Only Knew" - Aaliyah

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 11:54:00 AM Anonymous Jay said...

Heh....I am always amused on friday's. I have not heard of most of the artists on the anyone's list. So out of 1180 songs on the new ipod, here it is:

1. Ludacris "Rollout"
2. Jay-Z "Can I get a..."
3. Jeff Beal "Black Blizzard" from the Carnivale soundtrack.
4. Orbital "Halcyon & On & On"
5. The leftovers "Torquay"
6. Snoop Dogg "Murder was the case"
7. Ludacris "Move Bitch"
8. Kid Rock "Wasting Time"
9. Blue Man Group "Above"
10. Ween "The Rainbow"

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 12:09:00 PM Blogger Kurt said...

Yippeee! It's Random Ten Day!
Does anyone know a good place on the web to listen to these songs? I use Yahoo!Music and can find many of the videos, and listen that way but it seems there ought to be a enter & listen jukebox type thing, but free (I'm not wealthy, but also don't download for free)
Here's my list:
1 Love - Sixpence None the Richer
2 Rockin' in the Free World - Neil Young
3 How Great Thou Art- Pam Snider
4 Sugar MAgnolia - Grateful Dead
5 Ghost of Tom Joad - Bruce Springsteen
6 One More Day - Neville Brothers
7 The Long & Winding Road - Beatles
8 Prefiero A Cristo - Crystal Lewis
9 Sheep - Animal Couch
10 Anchorage - Michelle Shocked

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 12:24:00 PM Anonymous Rich said...

Okay, I need to know where I can get an mp3 of that Blue Oyster Cult cover of "Kick Out The Jams". I mean... hot damn!

Anyway...

1) Heartless Bastards - Onions
2) The New Pornographers - Twin Cinema
3) Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Home On Ice
4) Jimmy Cliff - Kung-Fu Fighting
5) Heikki - Former Hero
6) Spoon - Sister Jack
7) Journey - Any Way You Want It
8) Crooked Fingers - When U Were Mine
9) Sleater-Kinney - Entertain
10) The Pop Group - We Are All Prostitutes

 
at Friday, May 20, 2005 1:07:00 PM Blogger annamaria said...

Yay! I love how my little temper tantrums get everyone to leave comments...I should do that more often! :)

Kurt--webjay lets you stream and download for free, but it's not the easiest to navigate. Also, you can just check out the individual bands' websites if something sounds interesting, and they might have tracks you can stream. I don't know of any jukebox-like sites, but I agree that if there isn't one already, there ought to be!

 

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