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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Mix CD: Midweek Mambo

There is absolutely no theme to this CD, except that it was all tracks I had saved on my PC. I'm guessin' from the title that I probably burned it on a Wednesday. Aren't you thrilled?

  1. Tattooed Love Boys - The Pretenders
  2. Down on Me - Jackyl
  3. Hamp-Mo-Tized - Susan Tedeschi
  4. This Love - Maroon 5
  5. Super Duper Love - Joss Stone
  6. Fever - Kung Fu Diesel
  7. Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Jet
  8. Hackensack - Fountains of Wayne
  9. Hurricane on China Lake - Marcia Ball
  10. Spooky - Classics IV
  11. Stiletto - Billy Joel
  12. Jackson, Mississippi - Kid Rock
  13. The Letter - The Boxtops
  14. Suddenly Last Summer - The Motels
  15. Time Won't Let Me - The Outsiders
  16. Love Spreads - The Stone Roses
  17. Paradise by the Dashboard Lights - Meatloaf

10 of you felt the overwhelming need to say somethin':

Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

So, can I um, like, um, can I um, like give ya a hard time and stuff about this CD?

10:37 PM, March 11, 2005  
Blogger Katy Barzedor said...

Only about three steps past obnoxious.

And nyah you can't bitch about anything I left out because there is no theme! AHAHAHAHA!

god, can you tell I'm glad to have comments back?

10:40 PM, March 11, 2005  
Blogger Katy Barzedor said...

Oh, and the lunchbox in your profile pic really ties the whole thing together, don'tcha think?

10:41 PM, March 11, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

*a tear of joy forms*

Awe Bucky, you saw my lunchbox and entertain the idea of tying it up. Woo hoo!

Are you sure I can't give you a hard time about this CD? Even about the one dude that actually recorded some of his work in this very town in which I sit?

7:56 AM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Katy Barzedor said...

You are allowed to give me a hard time up to and not exceeding three steps past obnoxious. I know you know your way around that slippery slope.

OK, now I'm curious: what dude?

10:49 AM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

The boy to which I speak, Kid *cough cough* Rock. Seems like family is close or something, I am not completely sure why he recorded here. But it really sort of puts one more blemish on the town.

How many steps do I have? :)

5:17 PM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Katy Barzedor said...

But Mr. B: is is any larger than the blemish you've already laid on the town? Not that I can say much; I was chased out of Kentucky at the age of 2.

And you've got a good 2 and 1/2 steps.

5:27 PM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...


Is this 2.5 steps anything like “and one to grow on” where you get your ass pinched after getting your birthday whoopin’? If so, I’m a doin’ fine! Woo hoo!

Kicked out at the age of 2? Heck, you hadn’t even gotten in good blemish leaving practice yet.

Me? Leave a blemish? On this pockmarked town? Who’d notice? Hehe Ok, so I like my icky-small town enough that I don’t wanna move, and since it’s stuck in Kentucky, I’ll just steal from a Hoosier and belt out:

”I was born in a small town…”

5:59 PM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Katy Barzedor said...

I dig Cocker's version as well. I'm sure I have that one on at least one other mix CD!

10:34 PM, March 12, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Bloggerific Himself said...

Bucky I'm gonna have to dig out my “Chain of Covers” mix CD. I don't normally make mixes, but someone had to put together a collection, though far from complete, of different versions of Chain of Fools. It's quite fun and I think I quit around 12 or so covers, though there are plenty more out there.

Chain, chain, chain…

1:22 AM, March 13, 2005  

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