i'm nostalgic for conversations i had yesterday: an homage to 120 minutes.

Side A
Artist Song
the flaming lips  turn it on 
wolfgang press  goin' south 
the unheard music 
morphine  honey white 
mike watt  against the '70s 
matthew sweet  girlfriend 
beth orton  she cries your name 
folk implosion  natural one 
superchunk  driveway to driveway (acoustic) 
son volt  drown 
the breeders  saints 
chavez  break up your band 
sonic youth  100% 
pj harvey  sheela na gig 
violent femmes  add it up 
beck  pay no mind 
papas fritas  hey hey you say. 
Side B
the ramones  do you remember rock n' roll radio? 
the supersuckers  born with a tail 
the ass ponys  little bastard 
belly  super-connected 
yo la tengo  sugarcube 
wilco  i must have been high 
paul westerburg  dyslexic heart 
better than ezra  in the blood 
liz phair  whip-smart 
the pixies  here comes your man 
pavement  rattled by the rush 
weezer  say it ain't so 
loud lucy  ticking 
veruca salt  seether 
seaweed  go your own way (f. mac) 
sunny day real estate  in circles. 


i've been meaning to make this mix for a long time. it was first inspired by brent fundak's 120 minutes mix, then rekindled by all the '90s nostalgia on vh1. i tried to keep it to the pre-matt pinfield days (with a few excpetions). i loved watching the musicians guest hosting and struggling with the cue cards. too funny. and just a note: i'm not entirely sure the mike watt or seaweed tracks were ever featured, but what the hell...


Date: 2/9/2005
Very nice! I remember staying up late on Sunday nights, hoping to see videos from my favorite bands like Lush, Pale Saints and the Replacements, as well as many of the bands seen above. I wish they'd bring the show back, but it will never be the same. Whatever happened to Mr. Fundak?
Fall Semester
Date: 12/19/2007
I remember the Matt Pinfield days. To me his music knowledge was like a god to me. I was in junior high at the time.