Thursday, September 30, 2010

RIP Tony Curtis & Greg Giraldo

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Next Is The E

My DVD cataloging project is fast under way, but no manner of speed will ever make this list expediently done, nor 100% complete. And I haven't even gotten to the television shows, music videos, or even the VHS collection yet. Porn will probably not factor, and I'll leave the wrestling DVDs in Joe's capable hands.

Eating Raoul
Eddie & The Cruisers
Edgar G. Ulmer Archive
Edge Of The City (DVD-R)
Edward Scissorhands
Ed Wood
8 1/2
El Calentito
Electra Glide In Blue (DVD-R)
Elephant Man
El Mariachi
El Topo
Empire Records
Emperor & The Nightingale
Empire Of The Sun (DVD-R)
Employee Of The Month (DVD-R)
Enemy Mine
Enter The Dragon
Equalizer 2000 (DVD-R)
Equilibrium (DVD-R)
Escape By Night
Escape From The Planet Of The Apes (DVD-R)
Escape Me Never
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Every Girl Should Be Married (DVD-R)
Everything Is Illuminated (DVD-R)
Evil Dead II (DVD-R)
Evil In The Deep
Executioner’s Song (DVD-R)
Executive Suite (DVD-R)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Meanwhile Back In The Laboratory...

First 20 tracks on my iTunes while clearing out the random photos from my cell phone.

1. "Like A Ship" - T.L. Barrett & Youth For Christ Choir
2. "Birthday" - The Beatles
3. "Going To Hell" - Brian Jonestown Maccare
4. "Badlife" - My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
5. "Not Now John" - Pink Floyd
6. "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
7. "Can I Live" - Jay-Z
8. "Nutty" - Thelonious Monk Quartet
9. "Ibanuje Mon Iwon" - King Sunny Ade
10. "God Told Me" - Pain Teens
11. "Pyramid" - Hortlax Cobra
12. "Christmas Prayer" - St. Etienne
13. "The Ability To Swing" - Thomas Dolby
14. "My 36 Favorite Punk Songs" - Jason Forrest
15. "Tears At The Birthday Party" - Elvis Costello With Burt Bacharach
16. "Livin' Large (East Coast Mix)" - Kool Keith
17. "Anastasia" - Prince
18. "Jet Pilot" - B ob Dylan
19. "Bette Davis Eyes" - Kim Carnes
20. "War Baby Son Of Zorro" - Hall & Oates

Friday, September 24, 2010

As She Lives And Breathes

Been feeling drained all week. Depression from lack of money and has caused me to gain weight and put more wear and tear on my heel spurs and bad knee when I'm at work, so I am taking a four day weekend to relax and regain my strength -- rest my legs, nap, shake this fluish feeling I've been having, and maybe go to Outer Banks this Sunday, depending on how much money I'll have and how Joe will be feeling at the time. Yesterday was my father's 67th birthday and all through dinner I was nodding off and wound up crashing early last night, as if I had just run a marathon. It seems my body just wants something... don't know what, something that will help it heal whatever the problem is. So I have been allowing myself to eat and sleep whenever my body demands it, which seems like too of both, but maybe it's what I need right now. And maybe a day out of town with friend's at Alvin's aunt's beach house in Kill Devil Hills will snap me back into the waking world, although I'm hoping the house won't be filled with drunks by the time I get there. We're generally not a hard-partyin' lot, but some of the people who will be there this weekend who are guests of our regular inner circle have been known to be. I have heard that last year's bacchanal was just a smidge south of... uh, epic.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Mon 27: 9-5
Tue 28: 9-11am
Wed 29: 12-6
Thur 30: 12-7
Fri 1: 12-8

Computer Blew

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Wednesday on @ 10 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

march to the bay” from Book of Eli
2. “Iceolate”-Front Line Assembly
3. “How To Nuke Heaven”-Kervorkian Death Cycle
4. “Your First Year in High School pt 2”
5. “On We March”-Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
6. “That Cake!”- Wallace and Gromit
7. the garden of Eden from Water Power
8. “X-3 / The Getaway Special (Knuckelheads in Space)”-Motorpsycho
9. “The new improved hypocrisy”-Radio Dept.
10. “Shoot him please” from Book Of Eli
11. “Never Talking To You Again”-Husker Du
12. “What Do I Get”-Buzzcocks
13. “New Radio”-Bikini Kill
14. “Animal Rap(featuring Kool G Rap)”-Jedi Mind Tricks
15. “Have a Nice Trip”-Merv Griffin
16. “Manager hates to see you go”- The Onion
17. “Move For Me”-Output
18. “Just As Long As We’re Together”-Prince
19. “You and I”-Rick James
20. “50 Grand Bounty” from The Hi-Riders
21. “She’s Strange”-Cameo
22. “you caught the tater”-Ron White
23. “Infatuation “- Rod Stewart
24. GED Science
25. “Evening News”-Basehead
26. “Countdown F. [Harold Faltermeyer vs. Europe]”- MMM] MadMixMustang
27. “opening to Coven”
28. “small time” from Two of A Kind
29. “I am the Black Gold of The Sun”- Rotary Connection
30. “That Ain’t My Finger”-Mantan Mooreland
31. “Buster Voodoo”- Rodrigo Y Gabriela
32. “I’d Rather Go Blind”-Etta James
33. “What Else is there”- Royksopp feat Karin Dreijer (of The Knife & Fever Ray)
34. “Trapped(featuring Bjork)”-Death to Throne
35. “Girlfriend is Better(bitfunk Edit)”-Talking Heads

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Future Days Of Present Past

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Wednesday on @ 10 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. “This is Thirteen”-Anvil
2. “Devil’s Octopus”- Martha Wentworth
3. Madison Ave Tango
4. sexomnia –from Strange Sex
5. trailer for Roll Bounce
6. “1+1+1=3(Live from The Aladdin)”- Prince
7. “Rappers in Wonderland”-Mind Over Matter
8. “woah”- from Hi-riders
9. “Duck Sauce”-Barbara Striesand
10. “scum of the Earth”- from Hi-Riders
11. “Activate!”- Atari Teenage Riot
12. “Youth and Lost”-Cold Cave
13. running away from the murder he had committed in his mind from Thirteen
14. Cleveland Town
15. “you’re the prick” from The Bad Bunch
16. “Gene Machine/Don’t Bother Me”-Bad Brains
17. “Indian War Whoop”-Hoyt Ming and His Pep Steppers
18. “This Land” –Westboro Baptist Church
19. Theme from S-Express
20. Police Academy 6 + unouomedude
21. Jane Birkin vs Johannes Brahms
22. final confrontation from the Hi-Riders
23. Onion News
24. “Here to Fill you in”-Kurran and the Wolfnotes
25. Jabba The Hut
26. “Step The Game Up”-Dead Bully
27. “Burst Your Heart”-Triple C’s
28. “Everything Little Thing I Do”-Soul For Real
29. “shortnin bread”-Chris Rock
30. “Burning Too”-Fugazi
31. “Vogon Poetry from Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy
32. snake disco from Blade Runner
33. “Saturday Night Fish Fry”-Louis Jordan
34. “I Was Pregnant” from Sex & Fury
35. “Stuck On You”-Lionel Ritchie
36. trailer for Suddenly Last Summer

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Kevin McCarthy, 1914-2010

Friday, September 10, 2010


Sat 11: 12-6
Sun 12: 10:30-6
Mon 13: 10-5
Tue 14: 9-11am
Sat 18: 12-7
Sun 19: 10:30-5:30
Mon 20: 9-tenative
Tue 21: 9-6
Wed 22: 11-6

Thursday, September 09, 2010

The D-List

My DVD cataloging project is fast under way, but no manner of speed will ever make this list expediently done, nor 100% complete. And I haven't even gotten to the television shows, music videos, or even the VHS collection yet. Porn will probably not factor, and I'll leave the wrestling DVDs in Joe's capable hands.

Damned Don’t Cry (DVD-R)
Dance With A Stranger (DVD-R)
Dangerous Affair (DVD-R)
Dark City
Dark Crystal
Dark Knight
Dark Passage
Das Boot
Dawn Of The Dead (1978)
Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
Day After
Day At The Races
Day Night Day Night (DVD-R)
Day Of The Locust
Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
Day Time Ended
Dazed & Confused
Dead Again
Dead Heat (DVD-R)
Dead Heat On A Merry-Go-Round (DVD-R)
Deadly Affair (DVD-R)
Dead Man Walk
Dead Presidents
Dead Reckoning (DVD-R)
Dead Ringers (DVD-R)
Dead Zone
Death Of A Scoundrel (DVD-R)
Death Of Donny B (DVD-R)
Death Proof
Death Race 2000
Decade Under The Influence (DVD-R)
Decasia (DVD-R)
Decision Before Dawn
Decline Of Western Civilization 1 & 2 (DVD-R)
Defending Your Life (DVD-R)
Déjà vu (2006)
Devil In A Blue Dress (DVD-R)
Dial 1119 (DVD-R)
Dirty Pretty Things
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dishonest Lady
Dispatch From Reuters (DVD-R)
Dividing Hour (DVD-R)
Dog Day Afternoon (DVD-R)
Doll That Took The Town
Don Juan DeMarco
Donnie Brasco
Donnie Darko
Don’t Get Angry (DVD-R)
Doors (DVD-R)
Dot & The Kangaroo
Do The Right Thing
Double-D Avenger (DVD-R)
Double Indemnity
Dracula (1931)
Dream Team
Dream Wife (DVD-R)
Drop Dead Fred
Dr. Coldfoot & The Bikini Machine
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
Drive-In Cult Classics V1
Drive-In Cult Classics V3
Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb (DVD-R)
Drum (DVD-R)
Drunken Master
Drunken Monkey (Chui ma lau) (DVD-R)
Dr. Zhivago (DVD-R)
Duck And Cover (DVD-R)

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Glenn Shadix, 1952-2010

The openly gay southern gentleman got his big breakthrough role in Tim Burton's Beetlejuice and went on to feature in several other Burton roles, including The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Planet Of The Apes. He played the priest in Heathers and Jerry's landlord in Seinfeld, and a myriad of other cult films and animated voice-over work. Glenn passed away September 7th after a blunt force trauma to the head during a fall in his Birmingham, Alabama home. He was 58.

RIP Glenn

The Crusher

First 20 tracks on my iTunes dreading the inevitability of inventory ahead of me at the store about ten hours from now.

1. "Show Me The Coast" - War On Drugs
2. "School's Out" - Alice Cooper
3. "Red Warrior" - Ronald Shannon Jackson
4. "Nazi Dixieland" - Einstein's Creation
5. "Plain Unhappy" - Mussolini Headkick
6. "Hi-Heel Sneakers" - Tommy Tucker
7. "Shame On The Moon" - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
8. "Warmer Than Hell" - Spinal Tap
9. "Wheel Of Fortune" - Betty Hutton
10. "Big Fool" - Ronnie Self
11. "Rocket USA" - Suicide
12. "Mirror In The Bathroom" - The English Beat
13. "In The Navy" - Village People
14. "I Hadn't Anyone Til You" - Thelonious Monk
15. "I Against I" - Bad Brains
16. "Satan" - Throbbing Gristle
17. "Move Your Body" - 101
18. "Empty Lives" - Graham Parker
19. "Celestial Chant" - McCoy Tyner
20. "Gin Guzzlin' Frenzy" - Mojo Nixon

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

If It Ain't Broken

I totally fail as a girl, it's true. Nothing compares to root canal as far as I'm concerned as shopping for clothes and shoes, especially when there are no nice shoes for size 11's and no nice shirts or jackets or coats that will wrap around an I-cup bra. I went all of last winter without a decent warm coat because they just don't make anything that can button over my chest. And I could grab the most enormous sized men's coat on the rack which might button in the front but everywhere else I look like David Byrne because it still doesn't disguise the fact that I am wearing a big friggin' coat.

So it goes without saying what a nerve-wracking experience it was shopping for a new suit to wear for Mr. Williams' funeral Thursday morning, settling on some cheap Chinese collared jacket that still doesn't button over the boobs but I might be able to get away with it leaving it open and hoping that my nice cotton white shirt will help distract from its tackiness, plus a pair of equally hideous black trousers that aren't straight legged so I have to try and pin the hips so that I don't look like MC Hammer, and a pair of faux suede high heels that actually came in 11's so on my limited budget it'll do in a pinch. Oh, how I despise Lane Bryant.

But if I gotta get gussied up at least once a year it'll be worth it to pay my respects and do my mother proud that all her money sending me to charm school didn't go to waste. So the funeral is Thursday and it sounds like it might be quite an event with some of the folks that are already beginning to RSVP. Here's to hoping I get out of inventory before 4am this time so I can catch a few winks before the viewing in the morning. Meanwhile as I go try on my new duds here are some pictures from Ernest Williams' 92nd birthday party that we all threw for him at 37th & Zen this past March, while Mike sat in with the band on the skins that night as well.

Mike 'n Daddy

Hunter, David and Ernie

The band

The drummer

Save your fork, there's cake!

Mike captures all the exciting candle-blowing action

Happy birthday

Monday, September 06, 2010

Walks A Backward Path

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Wednesday on @ 10 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time

1. ambient music from Blade Runner
2. “Accusation” –Ruts DC
3. “H as in hate” from The Lineup
4. “Postlude”-Sam Rivers
5. “Miami Riot” from Doors doc
6. “Five To One”-The Doors
7. “Zouk”-Marius Cultier
8. “It’s Life or Death” from The Hurt Locker
9. The Cro-Mags Live @ CBGBs
10. Madball Live @ CBGBs
11. “Hippie Ass Brother Murdered”-Liam Neeson
12. “Ouch”-The Rutles
13. “Get Your Hands Off My Filthy Desert”-Pink Floyd
14. “Kod Hang Kam (The Circle of Karma) (aka The Wall)”-Kana TNT
15. “Sexy Lady”-Rick James
16. “Check Stub”-DJ Assault
17. “The Inside”- RPM
18. “Tear Me Down”-Hedwig and the Angry Inch
19. “Atlantic City”-Bruce Springsteen
20. “Unsatisfied”- The Replacements
21. “Don’t Want To Know If You Are Lonely”-Husker Du
22. “Nobody But Me”-The Human Beinz
23. “wake up time to die” from Blade Runner
24. “Clock sewing” from Asylum
25. “Acting So Bad”-HR
26. “Old Friends For Sale”-Prince
27. “First We Take Manhattan”-Leonard Cohen
28. “not a scared”- from The Phenix City Story
29. “Celeste Dream” from Desperate
30. Liam Neeson talks about the Greeks
31. “F The Hippies”- DJ Zebra
32. “drum circle and hippies” from The Hippie Revolt
33. “Harry Hippie” –Bobby Womack
34. “hippie freakout”- from The Hippie Revolt
35. “Sac”-Ruins
36. “People of Earth” from Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy
37. menu and music video from Spun
38. “I’m A King Bee”- Slim Harpo
39. “Speech Impediment”- Zach Galafinackis
40. “Theme From Pigdom Come”- Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel
41. “Include Me Out”-Robyn
42. lobby homophobia from Call of Duty
43. “Just Like A Baby”- Sly and The Family Stone
44. “You Can’t Piss on Hospitality”- from Troll 2
45. “Distractions 3”-Roy Hargrove
46. “Stolen KFC”- Tracey Morgan in Death @ a Funeral
47. “Show Me Your Soul”-Red Hot Chili Peppers
48. Obama wins
49. “All I Do”-Tammi Terrell
50. “Binge and Purge”-Clutch
51. “ugly sex situations” from The Celluloid Closet
52. “Earache My Eye”- Cheech and Chong
53. trailer for The Street With No Name

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Prime Time Keeps On Ticking

Ugh yuck weekend. Spent Friday in a crampy Tylenol PM haze and slept for nearly 17 hours. More aches and yuckiness Saturday, up all night with stomach issues. Sunday was better but still tired from the weekend, and it was my brother's birthday so I had to manage to keep my eyes open during dinner out with the family. I am thoroughly ready for real, restful REM sleep for a change but first I wanted to post some pictures that my old college friend Jay sent me tonight that I haven't seen since they were taken back in 1987. Namely, the old radio station we set up in Jay's dormroom, a good three years before the movie Pump Up The Volume hit the big screen.

A photo of Chuck sitting in at the old official college radio station where I started out as a DJ (and where Jay was the frustrated music director). The station was still just AM and you really couldn't hear it anywhere on the campus unless you just happened to be standing right next to the station itself, and they didn't really train their DJs worth a lick. And we weren't allowed to play Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls" because the program director was afraid that we might offend somebody. Honestly, there was a girl at that station whose shift consisted of little more than dropping the needle onto side one of Hotel California and sitting there letting it play through, then flipping it over on the air and fumbling with the needle to start side two, again while sitting there staring into space. Already being a friend of Jay's it didn't take long to recruit me for his new radio project, and although Chuck initially resisted, he eventually came aboard later.

With our college trying to raise thousands of dollars to go FM all year, we did it in a week for basically free. There was a giant mono single cart player under the desk with a remote start that Jay had wired to the desk and bingo... we were broadcasting under 1/40 of a watt which was just enough to be heard all over campus on the FM dial. Technically we were just under the amount of wattage needed for an FCC licence, but we still tried to keep our noses clean by abiding FCC laws: no cursing on air, call letters on the hour, regular readings, etc. Jay taught it all to us. Oh, I was such a basket case every Tuesday night, lips pressed nervously to that microphone, desperately trying to segue Public Image Ltd. into Parliament-Funkadelic. I think I still have one of my old air checks laying around here somewhere.

A picture I took of Jay sitting at the "DJ booth" at our station Christmas party, which consisted also of Joe and three other guys (I was the only girl, how does that always seem to happen around music geeks?). Speaking of Pump Up The Volume, I always thought Jay looked an awful lot like Christian Slater back then. I remember what a big deal it was to get him to wear that hat because it would flatten his "foof", which is what we used to call his carefully moussed-up 80's hairdo. Jay also really enjoyed it when I brushed and styled his arm hair. I would give it a nice part down the middle and Aquanet it in place for the rest of the day. Jay loved showing off his sporty arm hair "foof" to the world.

And last but not the least bit least, Jay's 1972 Camero Z28, which I remember loving to ride in because back in 1987 I was so impressed that it had a CD player which as far as I was concerned was real state of the art cutting edge technology back then. That was like, somebody owning a jet pack or something. Oh, the memories of that cul de sac where Jay lived in Roanoke, Virginia, and the Halloween '87 party where some mysterious guy in a long brown trenchcoat wearing a child's plastic Glo Worm Halloween mask was cranking "Whistle Stop" by Roger Miller (from the Disney Robin Hood soundtrack) and banging his head against Jay's bedroom wall. Later as Leeann and I sat out in the middle of that street circle under the stars the Glo Worm Guy got in his station wagon and slowly drove past us, with the Glo Worm mask still on his face and "Whistle Stop" blaring out of his car windows as he disappeared into the night. And 23 years later I still can't stop laughing about that.

Friday, September 03, 2010

C Jungle! C Jungle!

My DVD cataloging project is fast under way, but no manner of speed will ever make this list expediently done, nor 100% complete. And I haven't even gotten to the television shows, music videos, or even the VHS collection yet. Porn will probably not factor, and I'll leave the wrestling DVDs in Joe's capable hands.

Bring on the C's now. And I just got the Criterion version of Crumb to replace my standard old one!

Cabin Boy
Cabin In The Sky (DVD-R)
Caine Mutiny
California Split (DVD-R)
Call Me: The Rise & Fall Of Heidi Fleiss
Call Northside 777
Camille 2000
Cannibal Holocaust
Can’t Stop The Music (DVD-R)
Captive City (DVD-R)
Capturing The Friedmans
Caretakers (DVD-R)
Carnival Of Crime
Carnival Of Souls
Cars That Ate Paris (DVD-R)
Cashback (2004) (DVD-R)
Casino Royale (2006)
Castle In The Sky
Castle Of Cagliostro (DVD-R)
Cat People
Catch Me If You Can
Catch 22
Cat’s Meow
Cause For Alarm
Cecil B. Demented (DVD-R)
Celluloid Closet
Cemetery Man
Chamber Of Horrors
Chandler (DVD-R)
Chase (1946)
Chasing Amy
Children Of Men
Chinese Connection
Chinese Ghost Story
Choking Man
Christmas Story
Chrome & Hot Leather
Cincinnati Kid
Cinema Paradiso
Citizen Kane
City For Conquest
City Of Violence
Clash By Night
Clash Of The Titans (1981)
Clockwork Orange
Close Your Eyes
Coach Of The Year
Cobweb (DVD-R)
Cockfighter (DVD-R)
Color Me Blood Red
Color Me Kubrick (DVD-R)
Color Purple
Colossus Of Rhodes (DVD-R)
Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics 1
Combat Shock
Coming To America
Conan The Destroyer (DVD-R)
Constantine (DVD-R)
Contract (DVD-R)
Control Room
Convoy (DVD-R)
Cooley High
Cool Hand Luke
Cop In Blue Jeans
Cop Land
Corpse Bride
Cowboy Bebop
Crash (1996)
Crazy Love
Creature Comforts
Crime, Inc.
Crime Of Passion (DVD-R)
Crime Wave
Crimewave (1985) (DVD-R)
Crimson Rivers
Crisis (DVD-R)
Criss Cross (1949)
Crooked Way
Cross Of Iron
Crossroads (1986) (DVD-R)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Cry Danger (DVD-R)
Cry In The Night (DVD-R)
Cry Of Fear
C.S.A.: Confederate States of America (DVD-R)
Curse Of Her Flesh
Curse Of The Cat People
Curse Of The Golden Flower (DVD-R)
Cyrano de Bergerac

Thursday, September 02, 2010

Ernest Williams, 1918-2010

My good friend Mike's father Ernie Williams passed away this afternoon at 1:15pm EST. World War II veteran and retired postal worker. And one of the sweetest, kindest men I have ever met. I will miss you, Daddy.

Ernie in his brand new (giant!) recliner bought for him only a few weeks ago.

Ernie with his son Michael (far right) with our friend Hunter (third from left).


Sat 4: 12-7
Sun 5: 11-7
Mon 6: 9-5
Wed 8: 6-INV
Fri 10: 12-7
Sat 11: 12-6

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Here Comes The Flood

Audio Junk is another Stoopid Kar Production live every Wednesday on @ 10 pm EST. The World's Worst Mixing DJ -DJ JOE INC plays a variety of music-no format- just samples variety and more tonight. The Modern Mixtape. Replays on every Sun 5 am - 7 am-Texas Time.

1. “Marcus Antonious on the Run”- Cleo and Patra
2. closing credits to Blade Runner
3. poor fanatic from Cornered
4. “A Hard Day’s Night”- Keely Smith
5. “boogie fight” from The Phenix City Story
6. Funk Ferret vs Grapevine
7. “private matter”-Tiger Woods
8. DJ Spooky featuring Daniel Bernard Roumain
9. “Adama has to go”-Battlestar Galactica
10. “E-Man Par-Tay”-Jimmy Castor Bunch
11. random intestination from Fortress
12. “replicant or lesbian” from Blade Runner
13. “F**k You”-Cee-Lo
14. “disco horror” from Virginia Creepers
15. kindest warmest –Frank Sinatra from The Manchurian Candidate
16. “got any vibrators” from Suburbia
17. “2000 A.D.”-The Rezillos
18. “population control” from Hardward
19. “Year 2000”- Die Toten Hosen
20. “Mr. Suit”- Wire
21. “The Cloud Song”-Rudimentary Peni
22. “stripper motel handcuffs” from Spun
23. “Dr Feelgood”-Motley Crue
24. “Eatin’ Ain’t Cheating”- Steel Panther
25. “Zero”-Smashing Pumpkins
26. “Ace of Spades”-Motorhead
27. “end in tears” from Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy
28. “Metal On Metal”-Anvil
29. trailer for Someone To Watch Over Me
30. “What Do I Have To Do”-Stabbing Westward
31. “The Drug”-Royksopp
32. “Feel It On The Southside”-The Hood Internet
33. “Dreams and Light”-The Wolfgang Press
34. “Mein Herz Brent”- Rammstien
35. “electrobreath”” from Hardware
36. “Liverpool Sluts”- Sigmund Droid
37. “Vietnam”-Crystal Castles
38. “Drugs”-Ratatat
39. “Shiver”-Virna Lindt
40. “Sensitive Artist”- King Missile
41. “Eminence Front”-The Who
42. trailer for The Orgy of The Dead
43. cruising around LA from Murder By Contract
44. “Midnight on the Bay”-Neil Young & Stephen Stills
45. “Carousel” from Mad Men
46. “The Play”-Christopher Smith
47. “The Playboy Channel”-Negativland
48. “Sploghm”-Slim Gilliard
49. “is always cheap” from Torch Singer