Sweet Chops

Member Since: 2/11/2004
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Cassette | Theme - Narrative

Thomas Hardy's Heart Was Eaten by a Cat

Side A
Artist Song
Connie Francis  Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) 
Bruce Springsteen  My Father's House 
The Osmonds  Utah 
Smashing Pumpkins  33 
Clinic  Sunlight Bathes Our Home 
Shawn Mullins  Salt Lake City 1973 
REM  Sweetness Follows 
The Old 97's  Question 
The Beach Boys  Salt Lake City 
The White Stripes  Same Boy You've Always Known 
Pink Floyd  Mother (Live) 
Pipe Dream  Book of Mormon Stories 
'til Tuesday  Coming Up Close 
Tom Waits  Chocolate Jesus 
The Red House Painters  Sundays and Holidays 
Freakbomb  Mormon Girl 
Elvis Costello & the Attractions  All This Useless Beauty 
Ween  Spinal Meningitis (Got Me Down) 
Professor Frink  "You kidnapped me..." 
Nina Simone  Sinnerman 
Side B
Julie London  I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City 
Red Delicious  Eden 
Camper Van Beethoven  The History of Utah 
Radiohead  How to Disappear Completely 
Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson  Don't Touch Your Sister 
Jeff Buckley  So Real 
XTC  I'm the Man Who Murdered Love 
Cat Power  The Coat is Always On 
Dan Hill  Sometimes When We Touch 
Bonnie Raitt & John Prine  Angel from Montgomery (Live) 
Inside Out  I Hope They Call Me on a Mission 
Suzanne Vega  Bad Wisdom 
Dave Matthews Band  Say Goodbye 
South Park  "I"m afraid it was the Mormons..." 
Indigo Girls  Mystery 
The World's a Mess, It's in My Kiss 
Tori Amos  Mother 
Magnetic Fields  Meaningless 
Peter Gabriel   Blood of Eden 


The CD soundtrack to an unproduced screenplay. A simple story of Mormons, lumbar punctures, underground cartography, Jell-O, kirkbuzzers, stained glass, kidnapping, sommeliers, peanut allergies, John Stockton, rock climbing, incest, Chuckchee mythology, poisoned meatloaf, the Lost City of Atlantis, cotton shooters, child abuse, and the titular puss-puss. That should answer any questions regarding why it's still unproduced.


Date: 12/4/2002
great tracks and interesting, brainstorming, thought-provoking and funny prose.
Date: 12/4/2002
i didn't know thomas hardy, had a heart. "sinnerman" is the best ever closing song...it's so good i think that i never want to hear another songs for like two or three minutes after it goes off.
Sean Lally
Date: 12/5/2002
Really ambitious, and very interesting. Good luck - it sounds like the must-see flick of 2003. Or is that 'must-flee'?....
Date: 12/5/2002
Boy-o, nice again.
Date: 12/5/2002
Quite the variety (understatement). Very nice.
abigail dice1
Date: 12/6/2002
please excuse me while I go get a bib to wipe my drool. OY! this is brilliant. *claps* I'm very impressed!
Date: 6/16/2003
exactly what Utah is about, John Stockton is awesome