rock over london
Lunch was good. The drinks were good. I lost my desire to get any work done and would much prefer to go home, put on something comfortable and read until I fall asleep.
You people are nothing if not eclectic. Let's go over some of the choices:
Frank: I bought my mother the Elvis 30 cd for Christmas. I may have to borrow it, as long as it does not have "In the Ghetto" on it.
Carol: I'll pass on the Power Rangers music. Bad enough I get the Yu Gi Oh! theme stuck in my head on a daily basis.
Lair: Talk radio is for my ride in (Curtis and Kuby) and my ride home (Hannity).
Joe: It's got Radiohead and one of my favorite songs, Rundgren's "Can We Still Be Friends," so I'll check it out.
Andy: I forgot all about "Postcards from Paradise." I loved that song. And how can you go wrong with William Shatner and Ben Folds?
Taco: Monster Magnet is always good. I think that's one of my dust collectors that I need to drag out.
Cow: Yes. Email on its way.
Ith: Listened to the Two Towers soundtrack over the weekend. That Gollum song made me cry.
Holly: Nick Cave is always playing in my house. We even had a Nick Cave tune for our wedding song.
Jay: I like the remix version of Hybrid Theory. I prefer old Incubus; Enjoy Incubus and S.C.I.E.N.C.E. are among my favorite albums ever.
SondraK: Rammstein and Clawfinger are always on regular rotation here. The self-titled Clawfinger is an amazing album. Deftones, Static X have been done to death not only by the both of us, but by DJ, too.
Keith: I wasn't that happy with Offspring's Americana. I much prefer Smash. I do like the sound of Audioslave. Oh, and Robbie Williams? Yum.
Roe: That is a truly astounding collection of music. The Warrant song almost made me dismiss it, but you totally redeem yourself with the inclusion of Aztec Camera and Handsome Boy Modeling School.
Lisa, dear sister of mine: You know what you can do with your hair metal.
Sal: LOVE the Cowboy Be-Bop music. Could listen to it all day.
Lisa: I haven't take the Korn cds out in a while. I think I'll try the self-titled today, as well as the first Chevelle and Cold's 13 Ways to Bleed on Stage, which I thought was brilliant.
Tom: Love the SOOL album. We have the Therapy? cd also, just have to try and find it.
Tim: I have a lot of Me First mp3s - I love their take on the Grease soundtrack.
Danielle: I collect cover songs and have quiet a few Misfits covers (I got the Misfits Boxset for my birthday last year - the one in the coffin). Off the top of my head I know I have Refused doing Bullet and AFI doing Halloween. If you want them, let me know.
Brendan: Thanks for reminding me of that music! I made a cd once with a lot of VAC, FLA and stuff like that. I'll have to look for it.
Mike: Just listened to Watching Scotty Die yesterday. Great stuff.
I certainly have a lot to go on now. Thanks everyone. Don't stop!