Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bayou Country
Kings of Leon: Youth & Young Manhood
The Byrds: Mr. Tambourine Man
Big Star: #1 Record/Radio City
Don't You Know Who I Think I Was? - The Best of the Replacements
Guided by Voices: Bee Thousand
The Allman Brothers Band: Beginnings
Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band: Safe as Milk
Cocteau Twins: Treasure
Suzanne Vega: Nine Objects of Desire
Bruce Springsteen: The Rising
The Story: Grace in Gravity
Nick Cave: The Boatman's Call
Another Side of Bob Dylan
Eric Clapton: 461 Ocean Boulevard
Elliott Smith: Either/Or
Tim Buckley: Goodbye and Hello
Jeff Buckley: Grace
Blondie: Parallel Lines
The White Stripes: Elephant
B. B. King: Live in Cook County Jail
Miles Davis: Dark Magus-Live at Carnegie Hall
Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert
Depeche Mode: Music for the Masses
Randy Newman: Good Old Boys
Travis: The Invisible Band
The Afghan Whigs: Gentlemen
Bruce Springsteen: Darkness on the Edge of Town
The Beatles: Revolver
Badly Drawn Boy: The Hour of Bewilderbeast
The Judybats: Down in the Shacks Where the Satellite Dishes Grow
David Gray: White Ladder
The Blue Nile: A Walk Across the Rooftops
Black Sabbath: Paranoid
Sleater Kinney: Dig Me Out
Grant Lee Buffalo: Fuzzy
The Smiths: Meat Is Murder
David Bowie: Diamond Dogs
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I feels it.
Friday, March 12, 2010 at 07:38 AM in Television | Permalink
I love the internet.
I just read the following comment:
do the lirics to Springsteens song " born in the USA" bother anybody else besides me???
And I wanted to say:
Yes! Thank you! I thought I was the only one!
Although, you know what's even worse? Have you ever read The Grapes of Wrath? Oh my goodness! You won't belieeeeeve the way America is portrayed.
It's shameful, really.
UPDATE: Ah, now I see why the lirics bothered the aforementioned internet poster.
It always goes back to Glenn Beck, doesn't it? What we do without him?
Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 08:33 PM in Books, Bruce Springsteen | Permalink