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"The Mack Daddy on the Left," De La Soul
"Macy's Day Parade," Green Day
"Mad About You," Sting
"Mad Drums," The Delgados
"Mad Mission," Patty Griffin
"Mad World," Gary Jules
"Mad World," Sara Hickman
"Made in the Dark," Hot Chip

The Gary Jules cover of Tears for Fears' "Mad World" is of course from the soundtrack for Donnie Darko, which easily earns a place in my all-time Top Five List of Movies With Giant Rabbits.

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  • Loaded a bunch more of my CDs into iTunes a couple of weeks ago, but I still have little to offer this week:
    “Macross City,” Robotech Perfect Soundtrack
    “Mad Russian’s Christmas,” Trans-Siberian Orchestra

  • QuantumLobster

    I can’t believe it, but I don’t have any music on my iPod in that range… :(
    I do have an audiobook of E.M. Forster’s “The Machine Stops”, if that counts.

  • Spalanzani

    “The Gary Jules cover of Tears for Fears’ “Mad World” is of course from the soundtrack for Donnie Darko, which easily earns a place in my all-time Top Five List of Movies With Giant Rabbits.”
    Let’s see…there’s Harvey, Night of the Lepus…what else? Do Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit count as giant rabbits? Does Totoro?

  • Ryan

    I got nothin’.

  • Ryan

    Do’h, on the wrong list:
    “Machine Gun,” Portishead
    “The Mad Hatter’s Song,” The Incredible String Band
    “Madame George,” Van Morrison
    “Made-Up Dreams,” Built to Spill

  • Em

    Machine – Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Machine – Arkham Asylum
    Machine Gun Etiquette – The Damned
    Machine Vision – I:Scintilla
    MacNamara’s Band – Bing Crosby
    Mad Dog – Madder Rose
    Mad Dog Killer – Psycho Pomps
    Mad Donna – T. Rex
    Mad Jack – The Chameleons
    Mad Mad Me – Wendy Waldman
    Mad Old Lady – The Skeletons
    Mad Power Keg – Skinflowers
    Maddening Cloud – Blonde Redhead
    Made of Gold – Jonatha Brooke & the Story

  • “Machine Shed Wrestling,” Local H (2 versions)
    “Machinehead,” Bush
    “Macnas Parade,” Saw Doctors
    “Macy’s Day Parade,” Green Day
    “Mad Season,” Matchbox 20
    “Madagascar,” Guns ‘N’ Roses (Chinese Democracy: not worth a 15 year wait…)
    “Made of Steel,” Our Lady Peace
    “Made of Stone,” Stone Roses
    “Made to Heal,” Our Lady Peace
    “Madeline and Nine,” Mike Doughty (2 versions)

  • Amaryllis

    MacIlroy the Emerald Cowboy – Mike Waterson
    The Mad Lady and Me – Christy Moore
    Madam Bonaparte – The Chieftains
    Madam Cole – The Chieftains

  • Caroll

    Donnie Darko is excellent. Have you heard Tim Minchin’s summary song of Donnie Darko? If not, look it up on youtube.

  • peep

    Let’s see…there’s Harvey, Night of the Lepus…what else? Do Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit count as giant rabbits? Does Totoro?
    Wallace and Gromit:The Curse of the Were-Rabbit! Highly recommended!

  • LeRoc

    “Macumbeat de Catimbox” – Negroove
    “Macumbeba” – Dona Célia Coquista
    “Madagasikara” – Rossy
    “Madalena” – Elis Regina

  • sptrashcan

    Mack the Knife – Nick Cave
    Maddening Shroud – Frou Frou
    Made For TV Movie – Incubus

  • hapax

    Wow. I actually have songs here. Two, count ’em, versions of “Mack the Knife”, Tom Smith’s “Mad Scientists United” and the syllepsistic zeugma-gnificent “Madeira M’Dear.”

  • Well, Bugs and Roger are both quite large for rabbits, but since we’re talking feature films and the only example of that for Bugs is the drecktacular Space Jam, I gotta go with Roger.

  • Emcee

    Only two here, and this goes to show my musical biases:
    “Madame Guillotine” – The Scarlet Pimpernel (Original Cast)
    “Madame Rose’s Toreadorables” – Gypsy (2008 Revival Cast)
    What? No Mack the Knife on mine? Will have to get it loaded on…is my signature karaoke song!

  • For what it’s worth:
    Machine Head, Deep Purple
    Madelaine, Jonathan Coulton
    Macho Insecurity, Dead Kennedys

  • Emcee

    Hmmm…looks like Typepad ate my post? apologies in case of a duplicate if it comes up.
    Only have two here, which shows my musical biases…
    “Madame Guillotine” – The Scarlet Pimpernel (Original Cast)
    “Madame Rose’s Toreadorables” – Gypsy (2008 Revival Cast)
    What? No Mack the Knife on mine? Have to upload that ASAP…is my signature karaoke song!

  • cminus

    “Machine”, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    “Machinehead”, Bush
    “Machines (Back To Humans)”, Queen
    “Mad Dog”, Elastica
    “Mad Love’s Comin'”, Golden Earring
    “Mad Lucas”, The Breeders
    “Madazula”, Deep Forest 3
    “Maddest Kind Of Love”, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
    “Made In Heaven”, Queen
    “Made Of Steel”, Our Lady Peace
    “Made To Last”, Semisonic
    A short and not very distinguished list; a lot of these songs aren’t that good and the ones that are probably aren’t the sort Fred would care for. No recommendations this week.

  • Callyn

    Machine Gun Petrify -Venetian Snares
    Machine Gun Funk – Notorious B.I.G.
    Macho Insecurity – Dead Kennedys
    Macho rama – Dead Kennedys
    Macro – Depeche Mode
    Macrotus – Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard
    Macy’s Day Parade – Green Day
    Mad as Rabbits – Panic at the Disco
    Mad World – Rolando Orzabal
    Mad World – Tears for Fears
    Mad World (Alternate Version) – Rolando Orzabal
    Madam Me – Alkaline Trio
    Made for TV Movie – Incubus
    So I’m kinda new to the blog, is there a point to this style of post besides comparing music taste?

  • Nic

    Machine – Herbie Hancock/Josh Groban
    Madame Endora – Nox Arcana
    Madame Giry’s Tale/The Fairground – Andrew Lloyd Weber
    Madeleinne’s Lullaby – Eric Rigler/Lisa MacEwan/Scarlet Rivera
    Madeline’s Lament – Nox Arcana
    The Magic Of Halloween – John Williams (E.T.)
    Magic of the Mansion – Various Artists (Rigoletto
    Magic Works – The Weird Sisters (HP and the Goblet of Fire)
    Magical Lasso – Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Magical Mystery – Yoko Shimomura (Kingdom Hearts II)

  • hapax

    is there a point to this style of post besides comparing music taste?
    Personally, I’m hoping that it will draw out the still-silent cjmr. I think she is the only person here whose iPod I wish to steal.

  • Theo

    Just one.
    M.A.C.H.I.N.E. – Sator (Stimulators cover)

  • cminus

    So I’m kinda new to the blog, is there a point to this style of post besides comparing music taste?

    Back when they first began, Fred said he was looking to identify any gaps in his music collection. That’s why I try to make it a point to suggest which song on my list would probably most appeal to him, based upon his revealed preferences. (Also, why I never list anything that’s already on Fred’s list — no gap to fill in that case.) A few artists I’ve recommended show up on Fred’s later list, so I like to think I’ve done a little bit to pay back our host.

  • cminus

    To clarify, here’s how Fred described the point of these posts:

    (The idea here, generally, is an alphabetical list of songs from my iTunes collection. Feel free to compare and contrast with your own list from the same alphabetical range and to let me know, in comments, what’s missing. The list below, for example, does not include “Alone,” by Heart. You might point out this omission, thus potentially prompting an interesting discussion of the relative merits and demerits of early vs. later Heart, possibly getting someone who’s heard it to chime in to let us know whether or not the new Ann Wilson collection of protest songs is any good. That sort of thing.)

  • “Machine Ballerina” – Suzanne Vega
    “Machine Gun” – Manu Chao
    “Macho Man” – Village People
    “Mack The Knife” – Ella Fitzgerald
    The Ella version of “Mack the Knife” is one of my favorites of her live performances: she forgets some of the words, but still proceeds to do an amazing Louis Armstrong style scat AND improvise new words about her not being able to remember the words.
    And am I the only one admitting to have the Village People in my collection?

  • “Mad Love,” – Linda Ronstadt
    “Madame Geneva’s,” – Mark Knopfler

  • kali

    rinôcérôse – machine pour les oreilles <–recommended
    kanno yoko – machine soldier <–Yay!
    bush – machinehead <–you know what this is
    gomez – machismo <–recommended
    village people – macho man <–… you know what this is
    depeche mode – macro <–depeche mode is depeche mode
    kouda masato &c – mad factory <–devil may cry 2 ost
    fisher – mad girl's love song <–not bad
    gary jules [tears for fears] – mad world
    long blondes – madame ray <–not my favorite, but fun
    isolée – mädchen mit hase <–plip-plop
    frou frou – maddening shroud <–not bad
    queen – made in heaven <–… you know what this is

  • Aha! Sandbagged by a different title! I also have Gerald Price singing what Time-Life’s Broadway compilation calls “The Ballad of Mack the Knife.”

  • hapax

    cminus: “am I the only one admitting to have the Village People in my collection?
    No, but since anyone who knows me knows that I have horrid taste in music (i.e., I collect songs that make me laugh, remind me of being a teenager, make me think of characters in my stories, or have some faint potential to make me get off my butt and exercise) that isn’t saying much.
    Never cared for “Macho Man”, though. I do have “YMCA” and “In the Navy”, tho’ (for all the reasons above)
    I showed my son the video for the last a few months ago. I don’t think he was more awestruck by the absolute insanity of his parents’ generations since… I showed him the video for “Total Eclipse of the Heart.”

  • Schrodingers Duck

    Just the two in this range – oddly enough, I have more audiobooks and soundtracks in this range than actual songs:
    Machines – Biffy Clyro
    Made Up Love Song #43 – Guillemots
    Both are okay, but not especially recommended. Normally I love Biffy, but “Machines” is just a bit too sappy.

  • David

    “A Mad Russian’s Christmas,” Trans-Siberian Orchestra
    “Mad the Swine,” Queen

  • “Machine Gun”, by the Commodores
    “Machine Gun”, by Jimi Hendrix
    “Machines”, by Omega
    “Mack the Knife”, perforemd by Louis Armstrong
    “Macska-duett”, by Géza Hofi and János Koós
    “A madár”, by Omega

  • Michael Cule

    Madeira M’Dear – Flanders and Swann

  • chancelikely

    Top five movies about giant rabbits?
    Well, North has Bruce Willis in a rabbit costume, but that’s one of the worst movies I can think of, so let’s hope there are at least five other movies with giant rabbits in them so it doesn’t get on the list by default.
    Donnie Darko, Harvey, Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and the inestimable Night of the Lepus.
    OK, I feel better.

  • cminus

    cminus: “am I the only one admitting to have the Village People in my collection? ”

    It was Victoria who said that, man, not me. I don’t have the Village People in my collection, being more of a Rocky Horror sort.

  • Not quite in the list but:
    Madness, Mines, and Mortgages — Penelope Swales

  • Propagatrix

    “Mad About the Boy” – Dinah Washington

  • interleaper

    Machine Men – Bruce Dickinson
    Mack The Knife – Marianne Faithfull
    Mad – Lou Reed
    Madame Noir – ALI Project

  • Cat

    I’d add “Machine Messiah” by Trevor-Horn-era Yes. That’s all I got.

  • KevinWC

    Machine Gun / Voodoo Chile — John Mayer, 2004.12.28–Webster Hall, NYC (bootleg)
    Mack The Knife — Oscar Peterson, 1996.10.01–Live at the Town Hall (official release)
    Mademoiselle — Styx, Crystal Ball
    Come on, nobody else has Styx on their iPod? ‘Fess up now.

  • borealys

    Machine Punch Through – Moist
    Machinehead – Bush
    Mack the Knife – Bobby Darin
    Mad Season – Matchbox Twenty
    Mad World – Gary Jules
    Made in USA – Noir Silence
    Made to Heal – Our Lady Peace
    All of the ones I might list as favourites have already been named.
    Made to Heal is from Spiritual Machines, the last Our Lady Peace album I really liked — and not nearly as much as I liked the ones that came before. I am very much dating the time and place where I came of age when I say that I don’t think they’ve ever topped Naveed. ;-)

  • Made in NYC- The Casualties
    Madeline- Hanson
    Madness- The Transplants
    Maggots- Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
    Mainlining Murder- Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
    Mama Said- Metallica
    Man from Milwaukee- Hanson (one of the greatest songs ever written)
    The Man I Killed- NoFX
    A Man Without- THe Mighty Mighty Bosstones
    Marie Marie- Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
    Maritime Tragedies- The Briggs
    Mars Attacks- The Misfits
    The Marxist Brothers- NoFX
    Master of Puppets- Metallica
    Mattersville- NoFX
    Maximum Firepower- The NightWatchman
    Maxwell Murder- Rancid
    Media Control- The Briggs
    Media Control- The Casualties
    Medieval Bush- Stephen Lynch
    Megalomania- Black Sabbath
    The Memory Remains- Metallica
    Memphis- Rancid
    Mephisto Waltz- The Misfits
    Metal Militia- Metallica
    Metal Storm- Slayer
    Meteor of War- Rancid
    Middle Fingers- Death by Stereo (greatest band name ever)
    Midnight- Rancid
    Mierda Mundial- The Casualties
    Mind the G.A.T.T.- Antiflag
    A Minor Threat- A Minor Threat
    A Minute Without You- Hanson
    Missionary- Operation Ivy
    Mmmm Bop- Hanson
    Modern Life- Strike Anywhere
    The Modern Rome Burning- Antiflage
    Mommy, can I go out and kill tonight?- The Misfits
    Mommy, can I go out and kill tonight- The Bouncing Souls, and a damn good cover
    Monolith- Mudvayne
    Monosylabic Girl- NoFX
    Motorbreath- Metallica
    Motorcycle Ride- Rancid
    Motto- Less than Jacke
    Mr. Jones- NoFX
    Mucky Pup- The Exploited
    Mumia’s Song- Antiflag
    Murder the government- NoFX
    Murdertrain a Comin- Dethklok
    Murmaider- Dethklok
    Mutatis Mutandis- Mudvayne
    My Apocalypse- Metallica
    My defense- The Briggs
    My Design- Strike Anywhere
    My Friend of Misery- Metallica
    My God- Pennywise (a real good one for LB Friday)
    My Life Inside Your Heart- Rise Against
    My Life to Live- Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards
    My Own Enemy- The Briggs
    My Vagina- NoFX (it’s a classic)
    My Very Own Flag- Less Than Jake
    Love. Peace. Metallica.