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Friday Afternoon Jukebox: Scarface Edition

I went ahead and solved that Thursday Night Fight y’all we’re having. It’s Giorgio Moroder’s “Push It To The Limit”. I frankly can’t think of another song that more accurately what it is that...


Friday Jukebox: Music Is Better Than Politics

That is “Timebomb” by the Old 97’s, a fantastic song that has been included on several soundtracks, including the relatively good one that accompanied the entirely forgettable Clay Pigeons. Without getting too heteronormative, I’d...


Friday Jukebox: It’s Gonna Be A Long Night

As you might have guessed, I’m a huge poetry fan. I like the subtlety of language in the hands of masters. For example: “Don’t call your mother, don’t call your priest, don’t call your...


Friday Jukebox: a Summer’s Worth of Hip-Hop Tracks

I really wanted to submit something to the recently finished Democracy Symposium, only I couldn’t come up with anything anywhere nearly as thoughtful and incisive as the work done by my colleagues here. My...


Friday Jukebox

I haven’t yet done one of these, so here’s an inaugural.  Love and Rockets formed in 1985 from the ashes of Bauhaus, one of the first post-Beatles “Aw, man, they broke up?” bands in...


Friday Jukebox

Bob. A guitar. 1970-ish.  Hanging out in a hotel room.*  Nothing else. No one else.** ‘Nuff said. Sometimes less is more.   *IIRC. **Well, except for the guy doing the recording.

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