Sunday, November 05, 2006

Listen: Podcast, no17

Pleasing To Your Ears

I get a headache once a day. I could stop sitting in front of a computer for 15 hours at a stretch, but then I'd have to kill myself. Until that day, I podcast away. The tracks:
“Here’s Your Future” by The Thermals
“Public Warning” by Lady Sovereign
“The Hardest Way to Make an Easy Living” by The Streets
“Gotta Reason” by Hard-Fi
“Jellybones” by The Unicorns
“Hitman” by The Fags
“Amsterdam” by Peter Bjorn and John
“Here I Dreamt I Was an Architect” by The Decemberists
“XR2 TURBO” by M.I.A.
“Tripped” by The Oohlas
“Roll With It” by Oasis
“Country House” by Blur
“Steal the Blueprints” by +/-
“We Share Our Mother’s Health” by The Knife
“I Buy the Drugs” by Electric Six
“My England” by Lady Sovereign
As usual, the podcast is available through RSS or iTunes. Here are the appropriate links:
* Subscribe to the enhanced podcast. (rss)
* Subscribe to the mp3 podcast. (rss)
* Click here to visit the "Pleasing To Your Ears" page in the iTunes Music Store, where you can pick and choose from available episodes.
* no17 :: Brilliant, Innit? (mp3)
* no17 :: Brilliant, Innit? (enhanced)
Here's some link(s) I mentioned in this episode:
* Video for "A Pillar of Salt" by The Thermals (YouTube)
* Video for "We Share Our Mother's Health" by The Knife (YouTube)
* Track listing for all songs played to date (Excel)
Here are the supplementary tracks for this week's episode. They'll only be live for a week, so grab fast:
* "Gatheration" by Lady Sovereign (mp3)
* "I Don't Wanna Die" by The Unicorns (mp3)
* "The Island/Come And See, The Landlord's Daughter, You'll Not Feel The Drowning" by The Decemberists (mp3)
* "A Pillar of Salt" by The Thermals (m4a)
That's it for episode 17. 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 next weekend.


Christopher said...

I really do sound like a girl don't I, and not even a fully developed one...

So I'm glad that you got "The Island..." out of what I said, considering I was pretty certain I combined like 13 words into one there.

And thank you for the birthday well-wishing.

nerdelite said...

Yeah. In this age of digital music, I never read liner notes or pour over back covers, so I'm always a little hazy on song titles. I was surprised I had both of the songs you requested. IT'S TIME FOR A PURGE!

Christopher said...

Hmm... but what if I happen to request another song? How ever would you fill that request.

I was surprised that you put the island up as a supplimentary mp3... I know it's not your thing, but that song cranks!