Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Diversion Of The Day: Incredibox

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Music Video Of The Day: Millworker

A classic from JT. Great song, wonderful lyrics. I'm pretty sure he played this on one of his many SNL appearances.

Best line in the song: 3:59.



Vid Of The Day: Mr. T's Commandments

Mr. T's talent never fails to amaze. Who else can sing about respect and the Bible and doing what's right while hurling some poor bastard through a window?

And what the hell's going on at 1:30? How's he lifting that car?

From BLong.



QOTD: Compliment



What's the best compliment you've ever been given?

Don't worry, we won't take it away from you.

Go.

Chart Of The Day: Steve

The man has range, plain and simple. Don't act like you don't see his mastery of nuance.


The 15 Worst Albums By Great Bands (Of The Day)



From Rolling Stone, which sucks, but some of these sound about right. It's all subjective, anyway, so whatever...

1. Bob Dylan, “Down In the Groove”

2. Rolling Stones, “Dirty Work”

3. David Bowie, “Tonight"

4. Van Morrison, “Beautiful Vision”

5. The Clash, “Cut the Crap”

6. Neil Young, “Old Ways”

7. Van Halen, “Diver Down”

8. The Who, “Face Dances”

9. Elvis Costello, “Mighty Like A Rose”

10. Red Hot Chili Peppers, “One Hot Minute”

11. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, “American Dream”

12. Aerosmith, “Rock in a Hard Place”

13. Lou Reed, “Mistrial”

14. Morrissey, “Kill Uncle”

15. Led Zeppelin, “Presence”

They forgot:

R.E.M. - Up
The Cars - Panorama
U2 - Pop
The Who - Face Dances

Got any others?

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