Monday, April 03, 2006

Music Quarterly Report

Sports stats are in your local paper daily. Politicians poll every day even in non-election years. So why not a more regular statistical breakdown of my musical preferences. Don't you impose your arbitrary opinion on everybody who happens to stumble on to your blog, every day Tim?

The answer is... um shut up. Here are my favorite albums and singles of the first three months of the year,

Singles:

6- Herbert "Something Isn't Right"
5- Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Gold Lion" Power ballads for now peopole!!!
4- Rumble Strips "Motorcycle" It's a song about a bike, with horns, like the kids are into.
3- Clipse featuring Pharrel "Mr. Me Too" Conversational rap at it's best.
2- T.I. "What You Know" Everything that made Young Jeezy so awesome only with T.I.
1- El Perro Del Mar "God Knows (You Gotta Give To Get)" The Dog of the Sea teaches us all a valuable lesson about karma. My Name is Earl starring Kate Bush created by Phil Spekter.

Albums:

6- Destroyer Destroyer's Rubies
5- The Knife Silent Shout The darkest pop album this side of Xiu Xiu and this one is listenable!
4- Cat Power The Greatest Speaking of listenable, I don't know if it's complimentary but Chan is just so easy to listen to.
3- Belle & Sebastian The Life Pursuit Where in the Scots proove themselves a superior indie-pop band to The Smiths.
2- Boris Pink Metal, Art Rock, Japan. Yes!
1- Ghostface Killah Fishscale Me and Ghostface are bullet proof brothers.

2 Comments:

Blogger Eric said...

Belle and Sebastian is superior to The Smiths. Yes. And I'm satisfied with my sex life.

7:43 PM  
Blogger Tim Duffy said...

Doesn't take much to keep Eric happy!

9:08 AM  

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