Monday, October 09, 2006

Listen: Podcast, no14

Pleasing To Your Ears

Columbus Day is one of great import to true blue, dyed-in-the-wool Americans like myself. I was off from work so I took the time to sleep in, eat chocolate and masturbate. Thus, the 'cast she was late. Apologies. The tracks:
“I Gotcha” by Lupe Fiasco
“When You Were Young” by The Killers
“Do The Robot” by Turf Talk
“Some Sweet Day” by Sparklehorse
“Better Git It In Your Soul” by Charles Mingus
“I Want Candy (Kevin Shields Remix)” by Bow Wow Wow
“What Deaner Was Talkin’ About” by Ween
“Circle Cysquatch” by Mastodon
“The Illiad” by Tapes ‘n Tapes
“Same Thing” by Pete Yorn
“Planetarium” by Squarepusher
“Backstabber” by Dresden Dolls
“Creeps Me Out” by Ima Robot
“Daydreamin’” by Lupe Fiasco
As usual, the podcast is available through RSS or iTunes. Here are the appropriate links:
* Subscribe to the enhanced podcast. (rss)
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* Click here to visit the "Pleasing To Your Ears" page in the iTunes Music Store, where you can pick and choose from available episodes.
* no14 :: Kink Senator iPod Theater (mp3)
* no14 :: Kink Senator iPod Theater (enhanced)
Here's some links I mentioned in this episode:
* Dresden Doll's v. Panic! At the Disco
* Marie Anoinette Soundtrack
* Lead singer of Panic! At the Disco gets bottled at Reading Festival
* Senator Mark Foley's kinky IM chats
* HOT! HOT! HOT! Mark Foley e-mails
That's it for episode 13. Please tell your friends. Please tell me what you think. Please post a link on your blogs. Please use the hotline: (206) 202-3142. Please tune in for a new episode this weekend.


Christopher said...

Well I'll throw out an answer to the question you posed on the podcast, sadly it was a band that you mentioned in the cast itself.

I don't understand nor do I really enjoy the "panic" over panic at the disco.

nerdelite said...

Amen to that, brother. I think that particular strain of "panic" is isolated to 15-year old girls. Any groups with a longer history and much acclaim that you despise?

Christopher said...

I'm bored with Gnarls, and would prefer to listen to Jack White in the White Stripes...

Christopher said...

Hmm... I guess those two really aren't established or have a long history.

I really dislike U2 during the 90's...

And I've never really been a big fan of the Cure, and AND (I am certain that I will get yelled at for this one) I've never really like Guns and Roses... I know that that last bit is blasphemy... but hey that's just me.

nerdelite said...

Gnarls? Yes.
Raconteurs? Surely.
U2? Definitely.
Cure and GnR? I gotta disagree.

Nevertheless, good feedback. I like the last two b'c they'll have a polarizing effect. Keep 'em coming.

Christopher said...

Now to be fair, I do like U2 in the 80's like Joshua Tree style...

And I am not certain that my last comments will have a polarizing effect, unless of course it polarizes all of your listeners against me!!!