That is actually among the remaining 931 recordings but I have to go in the random order that the universe assigns. Admittedly, today's selection isn't one of my favorites (but maybe I'll be surprised after I finish listening to them in a bit).No Wu-Tang Clan: Enter the 36th Chamber yet????? Geez!!!
I've never actually listened to it before. I think all I've ever heard from the Eagles has been their Greatest Hits and I was never really all that impressed. I know I find the song "Hotel California" to be totally annoying now.Might Hotel California be one of the most overrated albums of all time?? I think perhaps.
The write-up about that album in the book mentions that the two brothers in the Louvin Brothers had built that giant Satan out of rocks and then painted it, covered it with kerosene, and then lit it on fire. The fumes made everybody at the photo shoot sick and the kerosene got so hot that it was making the rocks explode and everybody had to keep ducking for cover.[ot]The unintentional irony on that album cover is off the chart. Yes, Satan is real and here to help emphasize and illustrate this important fact is this highly realistic and frightening representation of the Prince of Darkness.[/ot]
According to the write-up, the author picked the track mainly to give listeners an idea of why concertgoers are constantly yelling out "Free Bird!" during slow spots or quiet moments in concerts. I thought of listening to the whole album but decided to just listen to 4 different versions of the song instead at various points throughout the day yesterday.I cannot believe they only selected that one track. The entire album Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd should be required listening.
I see the 1990s hip hop is starting to show up.According to the write-up, the author picked the track mainly to give listeners an idea of why concertgoers are constantly yelling out "Free Bird!" during slow spots or quiet moments in concerts. I thought of listening to the whole album but decided to just listen to 4 different versions of the song instead at various points throughout the day yesterday.
- Nas - Illmatic
- Dinu Lipatti - Besançon Festival, 1950
- Digital Underground - Sex Packets
I had always heard about Illmatic but never actually listened to it. After doing so, I've been hooked. I think I've played it about 5 times since Wednesday. Sex Packets was always one of my favorite albums when I was in high school (I never realized it was actually from 1990, I thought it was a few years later). I really like the whole Bay Area rap scene from back then: Digital Underground, Del the Funkee Homosapian, Hieroglyphics, Too Short, Dan the Automator...I see the 1990s hip hop is starting to show up.
Illmatic is one of my favorite hip hop albums ever.
:-o 8-! :lmao:Will he get another facelift while he's on stage? He looks as bad as Burt Reynolds, Bruce Jenner, and Kenny Rogers combined.
Ah the _____ Center, promised home of new, up to date, popular acts...so far we have not seen one appear here.
The _______ Center is so full of "has beens" and "never made its" they should rename it the Edsel Center.
Are his back-up singers known as "The Hospice Girls"?