Friday Random Ten – The “Everybody Poots” Edition

Fire up your favorite mp3 player (WinAmp here) and load up all of your mp3s. If it’s Friday somewhere, it’s time for the Thank God It’s A Goddamned Friday Random Ten, so let’s see what the random shuffle spits out and go tell it on the virtual mountain.

1) William Shatner – Has Been
2) Rockwell – Somebody’s Watching Me (shut up)
3) The Dirtbombs – Chains of Love
4) The Roots – Step Into the Realm
5) Johnny Cash – Thirteen
6) Echo and the Bunnymen – Nothing Lasts Forever
7) Nelly McKay – Toto Dies
8) The Meteors – Give the Devil His Due
9) Sebastian Tellier – Lenny
10) Le Tigre – My Art

BONUS TRACK: Wesley Willis – The Vultures Ate My Dead Ass Up

22 comments for “Friday Random Ten – The “Everybody Poots” Edition

  1. November 17, 2005 at 11:50 pm

    I’m glad I’m not the only one with a William Shatner song. Well, he’s more speaking in the one I have – how about yours?

  2. November 17, 2005 at 11:52 pm

    I’ve got the special edition up at my place (songs that I’m ashamed to have in my jukebox and that would probably, irrevocably ruin my reputation as a human being deserving of compassion if anybody knew about them). The following ten may or may not be embarrassing:

    1. Margerine Melodie (Stereolab) / 2. Gospel Plow (Screaming Trees) / 3. Quincy Punk Episode (Spoon) / 4. First-Time Mother’s Joy (Mercury Rev) / 5. Drama (L7) / 6. Goodbye-Goodbye (Oingo Boingo) / 7. Lazer Beam (Super Furry Animals) / 8. Letter Bomb (Circle Jerks) / 9. Jelly Roll Rock (The Cramps) / 10. Bye Bye Baby (T-Bone Walker)

  3. November 17, 2005 at 11:54 pm

    Aww – Wesley Willis. Haven’t heard him for awhile – he died a couple years back… diabetes? I can’t remember.

    I like seeing long lost artists of my past on other people’s playlists – makes me want my old harddrive back.

  4. randomliberal/Robert
    November 18, 2005 at 12:28 am

    After a one-week computer-based absense, my Friday Random Ten™ returns, bringing with it lots of metal. And the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

    Artist — “Song”

    Black Sabbath — “Children of the Grave”
    Testament — “Souls of Black”
    Slayer — “Hallowed Point”
    Disturbed — “Stricken”
    Immortal — “Demonium”
    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band — “Oh What a Love”
    Deadsy — “Winners”
    The Roots — “Concerto of the Desperado”
    Tool — “Eulogy”
    Miles Davis — “So What”

    And as I finish, my computer explodes. Great.

  5. Linnaeus
    November 18, 2005 at 12:55 am

    FRT – The “Early” Edition:

    1. The Verve – Bittersweet Symphony
    2. The Cars – Just What I Needed
    3. Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want To Have Fun
    4. Weezer – Island In The Sun
    5. ABC – The Look Of Love
    6. Musical Youth – Pass The Dutchie
    7. Dr. Dre & Snoop Doggy Dogg – Nuthin’ But A G Thang
    8. Beastie Boys – Fight For Your Right
    9. Primitive Radio Gods – Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth (With Money In My Hand)
    10. The Flirts – Jukebox (Don’t Put Another Dime)

    Bonus Friday Guilty Pleasure Track: Jason Mraz – Curbside Prophet

  6. KnifeGhost
    November 18, 2005 at 1:22 am

    1. Songs:Ohia – The Lost Messenger
    2. Tenacious D – Bill, Why Did You Splooge?
    3. The Fine Options – Wally Anderson
    4. M83 – Run Into Flowers
    5. Pavement – Stop Breathin’
    6. Tenacious D – Heinous Realm
    7. Erasure – Chains of Love
    8. The Cure – Let’s Go To Bed
    9. Songs:Ohia – Blue Jay
    10. Magnetic Fields – I’m Sorry I Love You

    Bonus Friday Guilty Pleasure: Staying up to meet the sun while writing an essay.

  7. November 18, 2005 at 3:10 am

    no william shatner for me thankfully…

    1 woman – free
    2 love is a deserter – kills
    3 little sister – queens of the stone age
    4 double cookin’ – the checkerboard square
    5 remind me – royksopp
    6 stop breakin’ down blues – robert johnson
    7 pictures of you – the cure
    8 december – weezer
    9 pain – jimmy eat world
    10 evidence – faith no more

    bonus track i take what i want – sam and dave

  8. RandomGuy
    November 18, 2005 at 5:47 am

    In the most recent comments area, that reads “One woman free to love.” Coincidence? I think not!

  9. Sophist
    November 18, 2005 at 10:58 am

    01 – Pavement – Platform Blues
    02 – The Bambi Molesters – Chaotica
    03 – The Dirtbombs – Lost Love
    04 – The Secret Machines – Pharoah’s Daughter
    05 – Elvis Costello & The Attractions – (I Don’t Want To Go To) Chelsea
    06 – Jeff Buckley – So Real
    07 – Burning Spear – Throw Down Your Arms
    08 – The Magnetic Fields – Blue You
    09 – Okkervil River – So Come Back, I Am Waiting
    09.5 – Mitch Hedberg – Saved By the Buoyancy of Citrus [I don’t think this counts]
    10 – The Decemberists – The Bagman’s Gambit

  10. glennrwordman
    November 18, 2005 at 11:35 am

    1) Lone Wolf–Kathleen Edwards
    2) Jack v. Jose (studio version)–Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers
    3) Blue & Wonder–Richard Buckner
    4) Listen–Toad the Wet Sprocket
    5) Rearviewmirror–Pearl Jam
    6) Knives from Bavaria–Britta Phillips & Dean Wareham
    7) Waste Your Time–Freedy Johnston
    8) Nevermind the Enemy–Archers of Loaf
    9) The Brute Choir–Bonnie “Prince” Billy
    10) Life ‘O’ the Party–Prince (Ha! Back to back Princes!!)

    And in the shameless commerce division–if yer’ in New York this evening, Chris Mooney, the author of “The Republican War on Science” is reading here at the West Side YMCA (CPW & 63rd) at 8 PM. Free, w/ free wine and science!!

    G

  11. November 18, 2005 at 11:47 am

    Has Been rocks. Thanks to Ben Folds, I think.

    I’ve got the full edition up at my hole: http://empireofthesenseless.blogspot.com, but here are the Ten:

    1. The Rat’s Prayer from the album “The Soft Boys 1976-81” by The Soft Boys.
    2. Oh, Me from the album “MTV Unplugged in New York” by Nirvana.
    3. Diamond Smiles from the album “The Fine Art of Surfacing” by The Boomtown Rats .
    4. Stalag 123 from the album “Megatop Phoenix” by Big Audio Dynamite.
    5. Baby Genius from the album “Electro-Shock Blues” by Eels.
    6. Kenneth — What’s The Frequency? from the album “Lolita Nation” by Game Theory.
    7. Making A Noise from the album “Contact From The Underworld Of Redboy” by Robbie Robertson.
    8. How Beautiful You Are from the album “Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me” by The Cure.
    9. Rude Girl from the album “SKA The Third Wave-Volume 2” by Undercover S.K.A.
    10. What More Can I Do? from the album “The Brooklyn Side” by The Bottle Rockets.

  12. Jen
    November 18, 2005 at 12:14 pm

    Getting the hell out of the office any way I can:

    1. The Arcade Fire: Rebellion (Lies)
    2. Me’Shell Ndegeocello: I’m diggin’ You (Like An Old Soul Record)
    3. Bruce Springsteen: Youngstown
    4. Bruce Springsteen: Highway 29
    5. Taj Mahal: Freight Train
    6. Pixies: Vamos
    7. Coldplay: Don’t Panic
    8. Massive Attack: Five Man Army
    9. Kathleen Edwards: Pink Emerson Radio
    10. Colin Hay: I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You

  13. Thomas
    November 18, 2005 at 12:47 pm

    1) Muddy Waters: Mannish Boy
    2) The Commitments: Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
    3) Pink Floyd: Young Lust
    4) White Stripes: Ball and Biscuit
    5) Bongshang: If & When
    6) Rancid: Ruby Soho
    7) Melissa Etheridge: The Late September Dogs
    8) Roger Waters: 4:56 AM (For The Firts Time Today)
    9) Led Zeppelin: Dazed and Confused
    10) Led Zeppelin: I Can’t Quit You Baby

    Random eleventh) Rage Against The Machine: Year of the Boomerang

    Now, this is more like it. A reasonable limit to the classic rock, a bluesman doing blues and a punk rocker doing blues (Ball & Biscuit is the only straight blues song on Elephant, and it’s my favorite by a mile), and a modern Scottish folk band. No Wicked Tinkers, but they can’t appear in every Random Ten.

  14. Sina
    November 18, 2005 at 5:05 pm

    This FRT is titled, Explicate This.

    1.) Interpol: Stella Was A Diver and She Was Always Down
    2.) Radiohead: Airbag
    3.) Elliot SMith: Needle in the Hay
    4.) John Cougar Mellencamp (The Coug!): The End of the World
    5.) Elvis Costello: Watching the Detectives
    6.) Don Caballero: Ones All Over the Place
    7.) Descendents: Suburban Home
    8.) 2raumwohnung: Zwei Millionen Von Sternen
    9.) At the Drive-In: One-Armed Scissor
    10.) Nirvana: Pennyroyal Tea

  15. KnifeGhost
    November 18, 2005 at 5:29 pm

    I’ll be a total snob and score everyone’s list on how many songs in it I know and like. A low score may just indicate that I don’t know the stuff, so don’t worry.

    Lauren: 0 (despite lots of artists I like, I don’t know the material)
    Norbiz: 0 (way more punk than me, I guess.)
    Randomliberal: 2 (plus 5 bonus points for having the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Immortal on the same list)
    Linnaeus: a whopping 7 (I gave you Primitive Radio Gods cause, to this day, I can’t decide if I like it or not, but I didn’t give you Weezer, cause anything after Pinkerton makes me very very sad.)
    drilakila: 1 (Some artists I know, but hardly any songs. Big props on The Cure)
    Sophist: 3 (Stretching the rules, I gave you Pavement cause they’re my new favourite band, even though I don’t know the song. I also gave you Mitch Hedberg.)
    Gelnnrwordman: 0 (I really want to give you Prince, but I already bent he rules and I don’t want to make it a habit.)
    Brian: 2 (High five on The Cure)
    Jen: 2 (but 4 in spirit – I love The Boss)
    thomas: 5 (and props for reminding me of high-school – I was big into Zep, Floyd, and RATM back then)
    Sina: 6 (a proud acheivement, second only to Linnaeus. His taste and mine are twins seperated at birth.)

    Well, that’s was horrifically self-indulgent. Deal with it, after this week I’ve earned it.

  16. November 18, 2005 at 7:13 pm

    1. Said It Too Late – Silkworm
    2. You’re All I Need to Get By – Marvin Gaye & Tammy Terrell
    3. Modern World – Wolf Parade
    4. I Know Your Little Secret – Afghan Whigs
    5. My New Town – Jack Logan
    6. White Tales – Bettie Serveert
    7. Ceiling Fan In My Spoon – The Lemonheads
    8. Pole Position – Folk Implosion
    9. Beach Party – Annette Funicello
    10. Shrunken Head – Jack Logan

  17. November 19, 2005 at 1:30 am

    Gysey has me playing to!

    From my blog:
    You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate
    …and yes, I still believe in miracles
    Pretty Fly(for a white guy) by Offspring
    everything he lacks he makes up in denial . . .Barely Breathing by Duncan Shek
    I beleivied in your confussion
    Dance to the Music by Sly and the Family Stone
    Only Squares fall out
    Are you going my way? by Lenny Kravitz
    He coming to Jax with Areosmith!!!!!!
    Say what you Say by Eminem
    I was born to stir up storms
    Halie’s Song by Eminem
    when I see my baby I know that I’m not crazy
    Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode
    Reach out and touch Faith
    Monkey by George Michael
    all ways gettin into
    Raper’s Delight by The Sugarhill Gang
    Hotel Motel Holiday Inn (Use to dance to this when I got off work…at the Holiday Inn)

  18. randomliberal/Robert
    November 19, 2005 at 7:48 pm

    W00t! I got 7 points after the bonus from KnifeGhost! I win! Bwahahahahahahahaaaaaa!

    Heh.

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