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Now Playing: REM

by meanlouise February 2, 2009 music

I’m currently addicted to REM’s Accelerate, which is a bit unfortunate because Husband is not an REM fan.

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Now Playing: Drive-By Truckers

by meanlouise August 19, 2008 music

Lots and lots of Drive-By Truckers, including The Dirty South, A Blessing and A Curse and of course, Southern Rock Opera. Somewhere, I think we have Pizza Deliverance on vinyl. I just read the notes about this album on the discography page on the band’s website: Pizza Deliverance (1999 – Soul Dump Records) SONGS: Bulldozers […]

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Now Playing: Tsunami

by meanlouise August 8, 2008 music

Tsunami, A Brilliant Mistake

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by meanlouise June 7, 2008 music

Beth Orton, Central Reservation and Trailer Park. Also, this crazy storm. And my cellphone. I’m very popular tonight, but for all the wrong reasons.

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Now playing: Money Mark

by meanlouise June 5, 2008 music

Money Mark. Apples in Stereo too damned whiney for this early in the day. Things are much better now.

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Now Playing: Nine Inch Nails

by meanlouise June 4, 2008 music

Nine Inch Nails, The Slip

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now playing: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

by meanlouise May 26, 2008 music

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, I Love Rock ‘n Roll and Sinner. Earlier: Tapes ‘n Tapes, The Loon and Walk it Off on shuffle (with Pink (I’m Not Dead), just to keep Husband on his toes).

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now playing: stuck in the A's

by meanlouise May 21, 2008 music

Arctic Monkeys, Apples in Stereo, Arcade Fire, AC/DC

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now playing: Gnarls Barkley

by meanlouise May 16, 2008 music

Gnarls Barkley, St. Elsewhere still great, Odd Couple still not all that exciting. Maybe it’ll grow on me. It’s not bad, it just seems like they tried too hard.

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now playing: Tapes 'n tapes

by meanlouise April 30, 2008 music

Tapes ‘N Tapes, Walk it Off

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