Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator

In order to bore Andrea

I could do this shit all day.

The game you’re huntin’ for ain’t beef: yesterday afternoon.

“Everything Happens to Me”, Chet Baker (Jazz ‘Round Midnight)
“Magnus”, the Ass Ponys (Some Stupid with a Flaregun)
“Snowblind”, System of a Down (Nativity in Black, Vol. 1: A Tribute to Black Sabbath)
“I Get Wild/Wild Gravity”, Talking Heads (Speaking in Tongues)
“Habitat”, Mos Def (Black on Both Sides)
“Your Squaw is on the Warpath”, Loretta Lynn (20 Greatest Hits)
“Old Kentucky Home”, Randy Newman (12 Songs)
“Sweet Rockin’ Baby”, Sonnee West (Rock This Town – Rockabilly Hits, Vol. 1)
“Nutria”, Ken Nordine (Colors)
“Can’t Hardly Wait”, the Replacements (Pleased to Meet Me)
“Bombora”, Man…Or Astro-Man? (Destroy All Astro-Men)
“For the Captain”, Okkervil River (Stars Too Small to Use)
“Folk Jam”, Pavement (Terror Twilight)
“Bossa Nova”, Shivaree (I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump)
“Backstage Pass”, Negativland (Escape from Noise)
“The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill”, the Beatles (The Beatles)
“Skrew”, Wesley Willis (Greatest Hits)
“The Definition of Ill”, Peanut Butter Wolf (My Vinyl Weighs a Ton)
“Thunder Road”, Bruce Springsteen (Greatest Hits)
“Banister Fight”, the RZA (Kill Bill, Vol. 1 OST)

Two into one doesn’t go unless you’re happy with meager fractions, and I for one am not: yesterday evening.

“War is Hell”, DJ Shadow (Diminishing Returns)
“Anthropology”, Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra (Dizzier and Dizzier)
“Where is My Mind?”, the Pixies (Surfer Rosa)
“Why is That?”, Boogie Down Productions (Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip-Hop)
“Bring the Boys Back Home”, Pink Floyd (The Wall)
“That’s When Your Heartaches Begin”, the Soft Boys (The Soft Boys 1976-1981)
“Way Too Helpful”, the Loud Family (Days for Days)
“The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side”, Magnetic Fields (69 Love Songs)
“The Card Cheat”, the Clash (London Calling)
“Wanderlust”, Salem 66 (1983-1987: Your Soul is Mine, Fork It Over)
“Relay”, Gastr del Sol (Upgrade & Afterlife)
“Watermark”, the Weakerthan (Left & Leaving)
“Tallahassee Lassie”, the Flamin’ Groovies (Absolutely the Best)
“Half a Day”, the New Year (Newness Ends)
“Beyond the Great Vast Forest”, Emperor (In the Nightside Eclipse)
“Chartreuse”, Ken Nordine (Colors)
“So Says I”, the Shins (Chutes Too Narrow)
“The Girl Who Sleeps with Persian Tulips”, Muslimgauze (Sufiq)
“Down in the Willow Garden”, the Osborne Brothers (The Best of Bluegrass – Vol. 1: The Standards)
“Yakuza Oren 1”, the RZA (Kill Bill, Vol. 1 OST)

I got some weird ideas in my head: last night.

“Why People Funny?”, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry (Dub Fire)
“Paper Cup Exit”, Sonic Youth (Sonic Nurse)
“Tarragon”, Vic Chesnutt (About to Choke)
“Sunshine Sounds”, Quasi (Hot Shit!)
“Just Like an Egg on Stilts”, Red Red Meat (There’s a Star Above the Manger Tonight)
“Baby Alive”, Moonshine Willy (Pecadores)
“Walking Contradiction”, High & Mighty (Alon)
“Compeller”, the Wellwater Conspiracy (Brotherhood of Electricity)
“Cohesion”, the Minutemen (Double Nickels on the Dime)
“Dynamite Lover”, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (Now I Got Worry)
“Dueling Banjos”, Flatt & Scruggs (Real Country)
“13-Year Itch”, His Name Is Alive (13-Year Itch)
“Southernplayalisticadillacmusik”, Outkast (Southernplayalisticadillacmusik)
“The Sewer Lady”, Neal Hefti (The Batman Theme and 13 Hefti Bat-Songs)
“California”, Sexual Milkshake (Teenbeat 50 sampler)
“Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead”, Warren Zevon (I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead: An Anthology)
“The Grind Date”, De La Soul (The Grind Date)
“I Think I Love You”, the Partridge Family (The Partridge Family Album)
“Yours to Keep”, Guided By Voices (Bee Thousand)
“Die Another Day”, Vast Aire (Dirty Magazine)

A face like a par-boiled ham: this morning.

“Nicotina”, Sparks (Angst in My Pants)
“Strange Condition”, Pete Yorn (musicforthemorningafter)
“Soul By the Pound”, Common (Can I Borrow a Dollar?)
“Wherein Obscurely”, the Pernice Brothers (Overcome by Happiness)
“The Baby Elephant Walk”, Henry Mancini (Hatari! OST)
“Discipline (Manchester)”, Throbbing Gristle (20 Jazz Funk Greats)
“One of These Days”, Wu-Tang Clan (Iron Flag)
“1967”, the Auteurs (How I Learned to Love the Bootboys)
“Up and Down”, Tara Key (Ear and Echo)
“Potato’s in the Paddy Wagon”, the New Main Street Singers (A Mighty Wind OST)
“8 is Enuff”, People Under The Stairs (O.S.T.)
“A Strange Light”, Brian Eno (Music for Films)
“Oceanside”, Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians (The Kershaw Sessions)
“What Should I Do?”, the Shaggs (The Shaggs)
“What is Fight Club”, the Dust Brothers (Fight Club OST)
“Welcome to the Occupation”, R.E.M. (Document)
“Wasted”, Black Flag (Wasted…Again)
“Lign in der Gasn Nign (Lying in the Street Tune)”, Frank London’s Klezmer All-Stars (Di Shikere Kapelye)
“Untitled 3”, the Loud Family (Days for Days)

Blowin’ hella chronic smoke: lunchtime today.

“Liquid Paper 2”, All Natural (Second Nature)
“Kingdom of Love”, Robyn Hitchcock (Gravy Deco)
“This Heart o’ Mine”, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys (Jumping from 6 to 6)
“One Blood Under W”, Wu-Tang Clan (The W)
“Increase the Grease”, the Short Fuses (The Short Fuses)
“Country Box”, New Radiant Storm King (Rival Time)
“Morning Bell”, Radiohead (Kid A)
“Kung Fu Fighting”, Robyn Hitchcock (Alvin Lives in Leeds)
“The Wind Cries Mary (Live)”, Robyn Hitchcock (Storefront Hitchcock)
“Evidence (Live)”, Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers (Paris 1958)
“Roman Candle”, the Velvet Crush (Free Expression)
“Get the Time”, the Descendents (Somery)
“Yesterday’s Men”, Madness (Divine Madness)
“The Sabre Dance (from ‘Gayenne’)”, the Bergenz Festival Orchestra (Cossacks!)
“Murder Was the Case (That They Gave Me)”, Snoop Doggy Dogg (Murder Was the Case)
“Twisted Wire” Freakwater (Springtime)
“You Should Be Ashamed of Yourself, Seamus”, McLusky (The Difference Between Me and You is That I’m Not on Fire)
“Wrong”, the Archers of Loaf (The Speed of Cattle)
“Reconstruction”, the New Year (Newness Ends)
“Kill ‘Em All”, Aesop Rock (Definitive Jux Presents)

Only you know how much I have lost: this afternoon

“Baap”, Run On (Start Packing)
“The High and the Mighty”, Les Baxter (Baxter’s Best)
“That’s Not Me”, the Beach Boys (Pet Sounds)
“Yesterday Once More”, the Shaggs (The Shaggs)
“Look Away”, the Apples in Stereo (Discovery of a World Inside the Moone)
“The World’s Address”, They Might Be Giants (Lincoln)
“The Heatrays”, Anti-Pop Consortium (Tragic Epilogue)
“The Tennessee Waltz”, Redd Stewart (Sioux City Sue)
“Beat on the Brat”, the Ramones (The Ramones)
“Keep Hanging On”, Hüsker Dü (Flip Your Wig)
“Sin City”, Uncle Tupelo (B-Sides & Rarities)
“Uglatto”, Devo (Hardcore Devo Volume 1)
“Rifles”, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (B.R.M.C.)
“Second Movement”, Glenn Branca (Symphony No. 5)
“Hot Shot”, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (Now I Got Worry)
“Malambo #1”, Yma Sumac (Mambo Fever Vol. 2)
“Painting the Town Blue”, X (More Fun in the New World)
“Mama Said Knock You Out”, L.L. Cool J (Mama Said Knock You Out)
“Just a Beat”, Eric B. & Rakim (Follow the Leader)
“Doctor! Doctor!”, the Thompson Twins (Radio Days: ‘80s New Wave)

I can carve my initials on any ol’ mule’s behind: now.

“Night Boat to Cairo”, Madness (Divine Madness)
“Mannequin”, Wire (Pink Flag)
“Wang Dang Doodle”, P.J. Harvey (Man-Size EP)
“Advice to the Graduate”, the Silver Jews (Starlite Walker)
“Fascist”, the Minutemen (The Punch Line EP)
“Let’s Explode”, Clem Snide (The Ghost of Fashion)
“Muleskinner Blues”, the Cramps (Stay Sick!)
“Run”, Ghostface Killah (The Pretty Toney Album)
“Water into Wine”, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club (Always Say Please and Thank You)
“All Hell Breaks Loose”, the Misfits (Plan 9)
“Milkshake ‘n’ Honey”, Sleater-Kinney (All Hands on the Bad One)
“Moshe V’aharon”, Moshe Berlin (L’olam lo Eshkach)
“High School Hellcats”, the Cramps (I Was a Teenage Werewolf)
“Gorilla”, the Handsome Family (Odessa)
“My Apology”, the Grifters (Ain’t My Lookout)
“Run, Run, Run”, the Velvet Underground (The Velvet Underground & Nico)
“New Sneakers”, Deerhoof (Milk Man)
“Staring at the Sun”, TV on the Radio (Young Liars EP)
“Cuban Carnival”, Stan Kenton & His Orchestra (The Time-Life Big Bands Series)
“Up the Country”, Sixth Great Lake (Up the Country)

taking long nap

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