Before the meat, let’s talk about the sauce: I’ve not gotten any new suggestions for thebest indie rock album of all time since Tuesday, and on that day I only received a few. I haven’t counted them yet, but I’m pretty sure I didn’t get 200 responses, which makes me sad. So, if you want to help keep me from crying, please go here and give me a suggestion or two or three (up to 25). While you’re there, reading the comments, I bet you’ll see a record or two you’ve always been curious about, so maybe you’ll be inspired to buy.
I intend to tally the results of the 25 best poll this weekend. So get on it, dudes.
COLIN MELO sings MORRISSEY: A limited edition, no-longer-available private pressing EP. (Links to tracks 4 and 5 apparently unavailable.)
I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Pregnant for the last time
Jack the Ripper
Every Day is Like Sunday
COLD WAR KIDS: 3/23/07
I know I post a lot of Cold War Kids here, but this is a particularly special show because they do two new covers and a tune with members of Delta Spirit and Tokyo Police Club. Ch-ch-check it out.
01. Nobodys Fault But Mine (Blind Willie Johnson)
02. We Used to Vacation
03. Passing the Hat
05. Hang Me Up to Dry
06. Saint John with members of Delta Spirit and Tokyo Police Club
08. Hospital Beds
09. God, Make Up Your Mind
10. Hair Down
11. Every Valley is Not a Lake
12. Quiet, Please
– encore –
13. Tell Me in the Morning
14. Well Well Well (John Lennon)