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Bill Murray  Star Wars [from 'SNL']  buy on itunes
Bratmobile  Kiss and Ride  buy on itunes
Ramones  Judy Is A Punk [demo]  buy on itunes
The Misfits  Halloween  buy on itunes
Beat Happening  I Spy  buy on itunes
Guided by Voices  I Am A Scientist  buy on itunes
The Velvet Underground  I'll Be Your Mirror  buy on itunes
The Doors  Moonlight Drive [demo]  buy on itunes
Vince Taylor & His Playboys  Brand New Cadillac  buy on itunes
Cher  Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves  buy on itunes
Frank Zappa  Bobby Brown Goes Down [live]  buy on itunes
Daniel Johnston  Grievances  buy on itunes
The Kinks  Lazy Old Sun  buy on itunes
Stray Cats  Rumble in Brighton  buy on itunes
Ted Nugent  Free-For-All  buy on itunes
Guns N' Roses  You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory  buy on itunes
Black Flag  My War  buy on itunes
"Weird Al" Yankovic  Yoda  buy on itunes
Gang of Four  Cheeseburger  buy on itunes
Dead Kennedys  Soup Is Good Food  buy on itunes
Garbage  Queer  buy on itunes
Living Colour  Cult of Personality  buy on itunes
AC/DC  For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)  buy on itunes


Title from the Ramones. I will go on the permanent record as not being the world's biggest Ted Nugent and Guns N' Roses fan. I've never been too keen on the Nuge's music and his politics (and hunting videos) only make things worse. The cowbell obviously makes all the difference with that particular Nuge song. I loved Guns N' Roses twenty years ago (I was 9 years old the first time I listened to APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION) & first gave up on them after Nirvana exploded. A few years back I gave Axl and the Boys another shot and gave up once again 'cause I can only tolerate a few of their songs. It is the wailing of Axl Rose that grates on the ears, plus I go to school at a NCAA Division II football powerhouse that has loved to blast "Welcome to the Jungle" all day for many a year during football season. Axl doesn't ruin the Johnny Thunders original as he did "Knockin' On Heaven's Door."


Date: 8/30/2009
Fuggin AWESOME dude! This is the best mix I've come across on AOTM. To open with Murray's hilarious loungey Star Wars theme is GENIUS! I am a fan, dude. Instant 5-stars!
girl please
Date: 8/31/2009
This is great! I particularly like the Bratmobile and Cher tracks.
Darth Pazuzu
Date: 9/3/2009
Now this is a really cool mix! I like your picks from the Ramones, Velvets, Doors, Nugent, GN'R...and the Living Colour and AC/DC tracks make for the perfect closer! Now as far as the Nuge is concerned, I totally get where you're coming from. Personally, while I think that Ted totally rocks out on the guitar, I'm not into his politics either! (In fact, in the past I've sort of playfully - albeit not spitefully - taken the piss out of Ted in my own mixes, by placing one of his songs in a sequence next to another song whose lyrics undercut the sentiments of the Nugent number! For example, I once placed "Weekend Warriors" back-to-back with Pearl Jam's "Glorified G" (ha, ha, ha)! Elsewhere, I started a mix with the '74 Amboy Dukes number "Lady Luck" and immediately followed it with Dylan's "Ballad Of Hollis Brown" (DOUBLE-ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!) ;-) Now as far as GN'R is concerned, the only thing they've ever really done that's given me pause in terms of being a fan of theirs is "One In A Million." (And lyrics aside, that's still a cool song musically - go figure!)
Date: 9/3/2009
Hey man, I don't wanna get all 'Single White Female' on you, but I just made this very same mix for myself (not quite - I've got 'normal' versions in place of your demos and live tracks)! Fuggin top listen!

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