Thursday, May 27, 2010

Playlist 1

I discovered yesterday that Meghan McCain publishes playlists on her blog.  Her latest playlist includes "Neat Neat Neat" by The Damned and "Ahead" by Wire.  That's impressive.  Anyway, I was inspired to post one of my own.  Shuffle play on my iPod produced the following playlist last night.  Not surprisingly, it's prog-heavy.
  1. King Crimson, "Eyes Wide Open," The Power to Believe
  2. The Fall of Troy, "We Better Learn to Hotwire a Uterus," Doppelgänger
  3. Radiohead, "In Limbo," Kid A
  4. Yes, "Cinema," 90125
  5. Ben Folds Five, "Underground," Ben Folds Five
  6. The JV Allstars, "Roleen Wa Baka Desu," Take Me Back to Spectre
  7. Talking Heads, "Pull Up the Roots," Speaking in Tongues
  8. Public Image Ltd., "Careering," Metal Box (a.k.a. Second Edition)
  9. Frank Zappa, "Pick Me, I'm Clean," Tinseltown Rebellion
  10. Electric Light Orchestra, "Easy Money," Zoom
  11. The Decemberists, "Margaret in Captivity," The Hazards of Love
  12. They Might Be Giants, "Spine," The Spine
  13. Genesis, "The Return of the Giant Hogweed," Nursery Cryme
  14. Minutemen, "Ack Ack Ack," "The Politics of Time"
  15. Planet P Project, "Static," Planet P Project
  16. Adrian Belew, "Ampersand," Side One
  17. Pinback, "Syracuse," Summer in Abaddon
  18. David Bowie, "Wild is the Wind," Station to Station
  19. The Beatles, "Yesterday," Help!
  20. Dead Can Dance, "Black Sun," Aion

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