Friday, April 27, 2007
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
I didn't have big hopes for this second part of season 3 after the weak beginning of it last summer/fall. However, I was excited to have it coming back. Sadly, I'm thinking the show peaked during season 2. These past few episodes have lacked seriously in Johnny Drama content and he's the best part of the show. There needs to be a scaling back of Ari, because he's hillarious in small doses. Hopefully the show will strike a balance between Ari and Drama screentime. The producers and writers should know that my enjoyment rests fully on the usage of these two characters.
p.s. The Sopranos is off to a great start.
rock n roll,
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Thursday, April 12, 2007
It's been awhile since I gave these guys a listen and their tunes have aged wonderfully. This must be because they're timeless songs. They play straight up, snotty rock 'n' roll. The songs aren't complex, ranging from drugs to chicks to... chicks. If you haven't heard these guys before get at me and I'll give you a proper introduction. Sadly, the band was no longer in July of 2003 after a car accident claimed the lives of three of the four members. I'm seeing Lucero tomorrow night and I'm starting to freak out. I'll post about the show this weekend.
rock 'n' roll,
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
New mix time, I'll post about The Sopranos/Entourage premieres later?
The National- Apartment Story
Harry Nilsson- Many Rivers to Cross
Timbaland feat. MIA- Come Around
Andrew Osenga- Photograph
Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons- Pale Blue Dress
Bright Eyes- I Must Belong Somewhere
Hot Chip- My Piano
Clipse feat. Bilal- Nightmares
The Band- The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Coyote Bones- Let the Burden Be Mine
Young Buck- Black Gloves
Willie, Merle, and Ray- Still Water Runs the Deepest
Nick Lowe- She's Got Soul
Miranda Lambert- Famous in a Small Town
The Beatles- Good Day Sunshine
Cash Money Millionares- Family Affair
UGK feat. Outkast- International Players Anthem
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
The Shield started up again last night and daggummit if it didn't start up right where it left off. Watching last night reminded me of last year when Mike and I would dominate some Rollins pizza late and watch each Tuesday. Good times, good times. Forrest Whitaker is back as the IED lieutenant trying to bring Mackey down. His character is so taken over with a personal vendetta against Vick that he can't be around much longer. This is one of the most consistent shows on tv and is really worth grabbing on DVD and starting from the beginning if you have the oppurtunity.
Rome ended a week ago and this is a show I'm sad to see go. I totally got wrapped up in the story and characters this season and it's a shame that it no longer has a home at HBO. I don't know that they could go on without Marc Antony however, he was one of the best likeable villians on TV.
rock n roll,