Down at the stadium they're praying for the end of the age …

"One Crowded Hour," Augie March
"I Held Her in my Arms," Violent Femmes
"Weightlifting," Trashcan Sinatras
"Wicked Little Town," Hedwig & the Angry Inch
"Care of Cell 44," Zombies
"Hey Balloon," Mightyhead
"Poughkeepsie," Over the Rhine
"Calendar Girl," Stars
"Autographs for the Sick," Daniel Amos
"Stevie Nix," The Hold Steady

Vanitas vanitatum ...
(I can't) Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
'There's a song yet to be sung'
Liberation and apocalypse in a country song
  • MikeJ

    Isn’t there an uncensored version of this video up on youtube?

  • Jeff

    I love the Violent Femmes.
    Their gospel song, Jesus Walking On The Water is great fun. Can we link to it from Conservapedia?

  • Jeff

    Also, for your Friday Drive Time pleasure:
    The Dropkick Murphys — Tessie and
    Flogging Molly — Drunken Lullabies
    Irish Punk at its finest… Enjoy!

  • MikeJ

    Oooo, have to watch Tessie over and over. Got tix for the Sox Tuesday. Whoo hoo!

  • slartibartfast

    As an Australian, I’d like to take credit for Augie March’s talent.
    I’d like to, but I can’t. Still, it’s a great song.

  • VirusHead

    Love your taste in music. I am filling in some gaps. I figure that if I already have 80% of the music mentioned here, I’ll probably like the rest… thanks!

  • Pseudowolf

    The “Thou Shalt Always Kill” video (dunno the artist(s) name(s), sorry!) is interesting. But I wonder if the contradictions in it are intended or accidental?