Here’s a mix that I put together on 8tracks of songs that have the word “Shit” in their titles. I’m filled with shame for having done this.
Frances Baskerville - The Grassy Knoll
Certainly the best thing to result from the assassination of JFK is this song by The Singing Psychic Frances Baskerville. She was there and she knows what really happened and she tells her tale of the events in this beautiful song.
Floodgate - I Choose Danger
I was trying to decide which song from Floodgate’s “I Choose Danger” double 7” to post on here, but then I discovered that someone posted the entire thing in one video here on YouTube so now I don’t have to make a decision. I can just post a link to the whole thing. Ha Ha! Another decision avoided! Oh decision making stresses me out so much. Anyway, here’s some screamy emocore stuff from the 90s for you to enjoy if you enjoy that specific kind of music.
Flight - Flowers
2009 was a good year for fuzzy psych-y lo-fi garage/punk stuff and I feel like this song might have sort of gotten lost in the shuffle. Or maybe I just don’t talk to enough people and this is actually a really popular song. I don’t know. I don’t leave the house much anymore. But it sounds like it should be on a commercial or the theme song to a tv show or something like that and it isn’t. Or maybe it is and I just don’t know because I’m too poor to afford cable. Sorry, I didn’t mean for this to be an expression of how pathetic my life has become. My main intention was just to share this song by Oxford, Mississippi’s Flight. I should have just said “Check out this neat song!”
I haven’t made one of these in a long time, and I don’t think anyone cared. Anyway, here’s a collection of songs I put together based around bands that have Fire or Flame based names. There are at least three bands with the word “On Fire” in their name on it. It features some pretty obscure bands like The Startfires and Fabulous Royal Flames along with some very popular bands like Arcade Fire and Waka Flocka Flame. Please enjoy my Fires.
|Tom:||High school, I will tell you. I found high school to be the worst years of my life. Are you looking forward to college?|
|Tom:||Yeah that's a mistake too. Don't get to worked up about that. And how about after that? You looking forward to being out on your own, kinda like being out in the world and doing your own thing?|
|Caller:||Sure why not?|
|Tom:||Yeah that's a little overrated as well. Anything else you are looking foward too?|
Tom’s pasting of Billy Crystal’s “jazz man” character. Wurster’s surprise call as erstwhile Aerosmith guitarist Jimmy Crespo. “This Oblama cat.” Podcastin’. Tom’s story of having to cover a Jim Beam promotional basketball game featuring the band Papa Roach (“Why are you here?” “Jim Beam,…