Eric Schmuckler

Member Since: 8/16/2001
Total Mixes: 69
Total Feedback: 132

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There Ain't No Sanity Claus

Side A
Artist Song
Wayne County & the Back Street Boys  Max's Kansas City 
Hoodoo Gurus  (Let's All) Turn On  
Bowling For Soup  1985  
Wheatus  Teenage Dirtbag  
Adam Green  Jessica  
the Tearaways  Jessica Something 
Chris Von Sneidern  Everything I Own  
the Sneetches  54 Hours  
the Critters  Mr. Dieingly Sad  
Glen Campbell  Guess I'm Dumb  
Rockin' Berries  The Water is Over My Head 
Alex Chilton  Singer Not the Song  
Lord Sitar  If I Were a Rich Man  
Side B
Caetano Veloso  Come As You Are  
Bobby Short  I Happen to Like New York 
Sammy Davis Jr.  Lulu's Back in Town 
Lonzo & Oscar  I'm My Own Grandpa  
Gene Vincent  Flea Brain 
Robert Gordon  Black Slacks  
Southern Culture on the Skids  Mojo Box  
Link Wray  Batman Theme  
Los Straitjackets  Rockula  
the Crescents  Pink Dominos 
Donovan  Superlungs My Supergirl  
Mickey Finn  This Sporting Life 
Liz Brady  Palladium (The Hip)  
Charlie & Chan  My Boyfriend's Learning Karate 
Steve and the Holidays  Unemployment 
Screamin' Jay Hawkins  Armpit #6 
Millie Jackson  Phuck U Symphony  


Marking my triumphant return to the site and beginning to post a backlog with my annual all-over-the-place birthday mix for Steverino. Opening with three 'list' songs and i shoulda added 'Life is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)' except I was in too much of a hurry to get to my aching powerpop run, into some sunshine pop (thanx, Jim, for Glen-cum-Brian Wilson), ending with a mammoth showtune/sitar workout that somehow works. Side Two starts with some very wise vocalists (bye bye Bobby S) and you must hear Sammy's dead-on Velvet Fog-into-Jerry Lewis shtick. More novelty takes us into rockabilly (Gene's best ever, no lie), the usual sleazey/cheesey and swingin' sixties-ish, ending with more yuks (that's Keef backing Screamin' Jay) and Millie's amazing chorale finale. I have been away far too long and missed you all to pieces.


Date: 10/26/2005
I'm giving this mix five stars for the Marx Brothers quote title alone. The songs are another kettle of bananas -- and a very tasty bunch they are. I don't know who you are, or where you come from, but you've done me a power of good. Make that three hard-boiled eggs.
Rob Conroy
Date: 10/26/2005
This is absolutely to die for, Eric. GREAT to see you back. If you'd like to trade for this, I'm game... (Btw, if you'd have included "Life is a Rock," you would have included the third single that I ever bought.)
Date: 10/26/2005
We missed your pieces as well, Eric. Love the looks of this C90. Don't leave us this way again.
Date: 10/27/2005
Wow, this does look like a helluvalottafun.