Hello, I am Jesse. These are things I'm thinking about at any given moment. Often this means I'm thinking about Batman.
Oh, you can see some of my artwork at JFSculpts.com .
"You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your media player and write down the first 20 songs. Rules: No skipping! Then pass this on to 10 people"
Ugh. #sgtjamesbarnes has roped me into this, as though anyone else cares what a musically retrograde dope like me has on his player. BUT HERE GOES:
1. “Book of Liars” by Walter Becker, 11 Tracks of Whack (aka when everyone gets up for beers at a Steely Dan concert except me and #awakeningliquid because we are true fans)
2. “Godzilla vs. Megalon- Jet Jaguar/ Megalon SFX” from The Best of Godzilla 1954-1975 (this is not a song, but a 15 second sound effects clip. Does it count because it’s not a song? We’ll see…)
3. “Master Blaster (Jammin’)- Stevie Wonder, The Definitive Collection
4. “One Way or Another”- Blondie, from the Mean Girls soundtrack (!)
5. “When 2 R In Love” -Prince, The Scandalous Sex Suite
6. “Hold You Down” -Childish Gambino, Camp
7. “Trust” -Prince, Batman Soundtrack
8. “Superfeats”- John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra, Superman Soundtrack (Batman then Superman… Pattern?)
9. “The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprize” -Devo, Duty Now For the Future
10. “High Fidelity” -Elvis Costello, The Best of the First 10 Years (apparently Elvis Costello just turned sixty today, which… Hurts.)
11. “Crosstown Traffic”- The Jimmy Hendrix Experience
12. “Lord Only Knows”- Beck, Odelay
13. “Forever Came Today” -The Jackson 5, Anthology: The Jackson 5
14. “Roxanne” - The Police, The Police
15. “Anderson’s Theme” - Paul Leonard-Morgan, Dredd Soundtrack
16. “Delirious” -Prince, Ultimate
17. “Release It” -Prince (WHAT IS GOING ON?), Grafitti Bridge Soundtrack
18. “Toledo” -Elvis Costello, Painted From Memory
19. “European Son” -Velvet Underground, Velvet Underground
20. “White Knuckles” OK Go, Of The Blue Colour of the Sky
And BONUS (because one of those wasn’t a song):
21. “Starman” -David Bowie, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
…And there you have it, folks: three entire songs from this century. Musically backward.
I have -supposedly- 91 hours of music on this machine, which still seems like someone out of science fiction to me.
I won’t tag anyone else, but if you follow me and feel like it, do likewise and I’ll be glad to read your musical hit list.
Anonymous said: something weird as fuck.
See? This is what I get.
REBLOG IF ITS OKAY IF I PUT SOMETHING FUCKING WEIRD AS FUCK IN YOUR INBOX
Yeah, it’s cool.