Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Listen: Podcast, no10

Pleasing To Your Ears

Sorry for the tardiness folks. Life may get hectic, but the podcast always finds a way of pushing through. This is the tenth episode, a milestone of sorts. Come, celebrate with me and dish about the horror of toddler beauty pageants. The tracks:
“In These Shoes” by Kristy MacColl
“Pain Killer” by Turin Brakes
“New York Groove” by Ace Frehley
“The Rubberband Man” by The Spinners
“The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)” by Manfred Mann
“No Fit State” by Hot Chip
“Story of My Life” by Social Distortion
“Stars and Sons” by Broken Social Scene
“Bleary Eyed” by Annuals
“’Cause You Can” by Birdmonster
“Crazy for Leaving” by Catfish Haven
“House Fire” by Someone Still Loves Your Boris Yeltsin
“Wildcat” by Ratatat
As usual, the podcast is available throught RSS or iTunes. Here are the appropriate links:
* Click here to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes.
* Click here to visit the "Pleasing To Your Ears" page in the iTunes Music Store, where you can pick and choose from available episodes.
And for you folks that poo poo the enhanced podcast, here's the mp3 for episode ten:
no10 :: Night of the Living Dolls
Here's some links to "Living Dolls" on YouTube:

Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, Part Six, Part Seven, Part Eight, Part Nine
That's it for episode ten. Please tell your friends. Please tell me what you think. Please link on your blogs. Please tune in this sunday for another episode!


Christopher said...

I have loved the song The Mighty Quinn for practically ever, I can recall singing it in the car when I was quite the wee one.

Oh and "In these Shoes" cranked!

kelly said...

I'm just catching up on the podcasts I missed during the moving haze. To put it mildly: THIS IS SOME FUCKED UP SHIT. Hair dresser dad puts his 3 week old in a pagent, but at 7 she still wears floaties because she can't swim?! I guess there's not a lot of time for swimming lessons between fittings for false teeth and shimmy lessons. I'm only done with a third of this, but this makes the Hands on a Hardbody crew look sophisticated and worldly in comparison. Yelch.