Monday, January 01, 2007



Sunday, August 27, 2006

I'm done with the blog, peace kiddos.


Thursday, August 17, 2006

Hey everyone, I started a group (for the website called Northeast Indie so that people who live in the north east part of the U.S. (or at least people who see concerts in the north east) can post and view info for upcoming good concerts in the area. (I included PA, NJ, and NY) We have 35 members now but are trying to get more, so if you are interested you should definitely join.

And so this post isn't just advertising for the group, I figured I'd post some Flaming Lips albums that are not on the huge list below since they are the next concert coming up (you have to join the group to find out the date and place though :P)

The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From The Satellite Heart
The Flaming Lips - Hit To Death In The Future Head
The Flaming Lips - Live At Wakarusa Festival (originally posted by RegnYouth)

Peace & Love,

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Umm hey I just got back from vacation for two weeks to find out I got 70 comments on that last post. Thanks for commenting, but when I said "I had some extra time this morning so I thought I'd upload a few albums for all you kiddos." I was completely joking and I'm sorry if anyone thinks I meant to take credit for the uploads myself. Personally, I uploaded maybe 5-15, around that area. All the rest were either taken from other various blogs around who I would have kept track of and given credit to individually but honestly, I didn't have the time. Most of it is from Album Base and also a great deal from The Livejournal Sharealbums Forum. It did however take a lot of time to compile them altogether, but yeah, I just gradually built it up in my spare time a couple weeks when I was bored. I'm sorry if the links or passwords don't work, but I can't do anything unless I have it in which case I'll upload it for you myself.

Yeah, that about covers that...

Two weeks is too long to be spent in Cape Cod, but whatever, it was nice to relax and read. I also made an futile attempt at growing facial hair. I didn't bring a razor and didn't feel like buying one, so I decided to see how it came out. I just shaved it though five minutes ago though, and I miss my mustache. I'm not sure whether I should be sad or glad for the fact that I think no pictures were taken of me with it. At least in its prime. I'm off to that free Ted Leo show in Bridgeport that's today at 4PM, but I might have a new post in the next coming days.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

New Bonnie "Prince" Billy Album over at Zinhof

I haven't posted in a while, but it's only because I'm working on something big so be ready for it in the next few days hopefully.

I haven't listened to the new BPB album, but I'm betting it's gold. Anything Will Oldham produces is bound to be good. I just got off work and am tired after a long day showing up all the other bagboys. Let me know what you think of the new album, I'll be back later.

Friday, July 21, 2006

I wanted to post this album cause it's really good, but I didn't feel like writing a lil' synopsis so i stole this from Enjoy!

Margot & the Nuclear So and So's - The Dust of Retreat
The band's debut album, The Dust of Retreat, was issued on Standard in spring 2005. The picturesque dozen-song set is themed around the musicians' own fancies of Greenwich Village in the 1960s. Playfully ironic, the modest Richard Edwards (band's creator) has also admitted to critics that the bandmembers aim to play how they feel when they're watching Woody Allen films.

Support the band and buy it here.
Peace & Love,

Wednesday, July 19, 2006



Tryo is a reggae band. They are very popular in Canada, France, and my CD player. They sing about their political views in a humorous way. Even if you have no idea what they're saying, you'll get a kick out of their funny noises and fall in love with their three guitarists & sweet harmonies.

Check them out!
You can find these tracks on THEIR SITE:
Comme les journées sont longues
Ta réalité
"Lorelei" thiéfaine
G8 remix
Pompafric (live)

I highly reccommend their album "GRAIN DE SABLE",
which may be purchased for a mere 10 euros!


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