01 Fantomas: 4/10/05
02 The Cure: All Kinds of Stuff
03 Joshe Henry: I Think I Went Too Far
04 Chameleons UK: Perfume Garden
05 Lush: Outdoor Miner
06 Jason Falkner: Became Anita Captured
07 The Flaming Lips: Pompeii am Gotterdammerung
08 Brian Reitzell & Roger Manning: Metropia
09 Steroid Maximus: Metropia
10 Suzanne Vega: Blood Makes Noise
11 Blur: Bugman
12 The Jesus Lizard: Puss
13 The Jesus & Mary Chain: I Hate Rock n Roll
14 Film School: Lectric
15 My Bloody Valentine: Honey Power
16 Ash: Twilight of the Innocents
17 John Zorn: The Ballad of Hank McCain (instrumental ver.)
18 Liz Phair: Shane
19 Iggy Pop: Tonight
(the art, in all it's hugeness, is at the original thread. Of course now I realize that I can only count up to 17, it seems!)
...and some random track notes
2. I was not looking forward to this recent flurry of singles... but it's some of the best stuff they've done since Wish.
4. I'd call the Chameleons "underrated", but I think "criminally ignored" is a better way to put it ...
7. I cannot become sick of this song.
8. From the "Logan's Sanctuary" album - a soundtrack to a ficitious "Logan's Run" sequel.
9. Another Jim Thirlwell project.
10. Yeah, Suzanne Vega, I know. I'm surprised, too. But I heard this when recently re-watching "Homicide" and had to find out what it was. Catchy as hell and not what I expected were I to hear the words "Suzanne Vega"...
13. You can tell that I organize my CDs alphabetically, huh? A total lazy impulse when reaching for the Jesus Lizard disc...
14. Heard these guys (+girl) on 'ZBC last year and wish I had heard about them sooner...
17. From the "The Big Gundown" - Zorn's tribute to Ennio Morricone. There was also a vocal version w/Mike Patton, but I like it better as an instrumental...
18. "Exile In Guyville" is over-rated, and actually kinda sucks except for a few songs. "Whip Smart", on the other hand, had some pretty awesome stuff that never gets talked about.