Thursday, February 28, 2008

Black Crowes :: Warpaint

The Black Crowes will be releasing Warpaint, their 7th studio album, on March 4.

Their new single, "Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution" can be heard in the Press N Play to the left. Sites have been warned by the Web Sheriff about posting the mp3, so I won't be posting it. If posting the song on my blog with a Boomp3 player is unacceptable, leave a comment, I'll take it down.

With the new album just days away, here's a taste to whet your appetite, but remember: Support the artists! Buy the album!

Fork out 50 bucks and go to the concert!

Buy a 35 dollar t-shirt!

And a 20 dollar program!

Hell, spend 25 for a cool hat, too!

Shit, might as well shell out your last 10 bucks on some buttons for the blue jean jacket you've owned since high school!

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Meet The Eels

If you've been living under the same rock I have for the past decade or so, The Eels' newly released compilation, Meet The Eels, is aptly titled.

Meet The Eels features the band's hits and favorites while a companion release, Useless Trinkets, presents b-sides and rarities spanning 1996 - 2006, the band's first decade.

Though it took more than a decade, I'm very glad I finally met The Eels.

Read more about Mark Everett (known as E) and his band The Eels at wiki.

...and enjoy some great music!

Mr. E's Beautiful Blues


Hey Man (Now You're Really Living)


Novocaine For The Soul

My Beloved Monster

Souljacker Pt. 1

Friday, February 8, 2008

Flo Rida :: Low

My guilty pleasure at the moment comes from the soundtrack to the film "Step Up 2 The Streets".

give it a listen...

take it home with you...

Flo Rida ft. T-Pain :: Low

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Whiskeytown :: Stranger's Almanac

I am anxious for the arrival of a deluxe release of the Whiskeytown's seminal major label release, Stranger's Almanac . This two disc edition will be available on March 4.

Along with the original album, which included such alt-country classics as "Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight", "16 Days" and "Avenues", the second disc promises to be chock full of outtakes, demos and unreleased songs.

Though I expect many (if not all) of the extra recordings to be ones which have come out through bootlegs such as A Stranger Is Born, I can't wait to hear songs such as "Ten Seconds Till The End Of The World" and the Fleetwood Mac cover, "Dreams" in their shined-up, fully remastered beauty and glory.

From Stranger's Almanac:

16 Days

Everything I Do

and a few extras:

Turn Around

Theme For A Trucker

Dreams (Fleetwood Mac cover)