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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options May 31, 2012: Get Some Failure into your life and watch what happens

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party  0:00:00 ()
Iibiis Rooge  untitled   Options Hespherides  0:11:53 ()
Invisible Sports  It's a Warhorse   Options The Future Tastes  0:36:44 ()
Lucifer  Dance with the Devil   Options Big Gun  0:38:39 ()
The Soft Machine   We did it again   Options The Soft machine  0:45:18 ()
Lucifer   Banshee   Options Big Gun  0:48:30 ()
Ultimate Spinach  (Ballad Of The) Hip Death Goddess   Options Ultimate Spinach  0:52:54 ()
Pharoah Sanders  Red, Black and Green   Options Thembi  1:14:15 ()
The Pyramids  Lalibela   Options Lalibela  1:19:25 ()
Eddie Harris  Silver Cycles   Options Silver Cycles  1:39:28 ()
Sun Ra   Disco 3000 (exerpt)   Options Disco 3000  1:27:14 ()
Love Cry Want  Ancient Place   Options Love Cry Want  1:39:51 ()
Ennio Morricone  Titoli (A fistful of Dollars)   Options A fistful of Dollars  2:03:00 ()
Ennio Morricone  Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu   Options For A Few Dollars More  2:03:33 ()
Ennio Morricone  Navajo Joe   Options Navajo Joe  2:04:08 ()
Ennio Morricone  The Good, The Bad & The Ugly   Options The Good, The Bad & The Ugly  2:05:03 ()
Ennio Morricone  The Big Gundown   Options The Big Gundown  2:05:37 ()
Ennio Morricone  The Man with the Harmonica   Options Once upon a Time in the West  2:06:28 ()
HNAS  Leckere Krapfen (die Republik Steht Kopf)   Options bitte werfen sie ihren mull aus dem fenster  2:29:16 ()
Goblin  Suspiria (main titles)   Options Suspiria  2:30:36 ()
Neil Jendon  The Morbid Age   Options Corporate Laughter  2:47:10 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 5/31/12 3:13pm Cecile:

hi Fabio, today is my birthday. Could you play some cutting-edge, atmospheric experimental music today?

Avatar Swag For Life Member Thu. 5/31/12 3:14pm fabio:

you got it Cecile! Happy Birthday!
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:14pm Cecile:

thanks, Fabio!
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:15pm pierre:

strength through bonjour Fabio !
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:15pm pierre:

strength through bonjour Fabio !
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:15pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

getting Fabio to comment on the board is your birthday present.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:16pm Cecile:

hahahahha, that's right.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:17pm BSI:

Weapons-grade failure!
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:19pm Cecile:

Failure not intended for internal use.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

side effects may include awesomeness, hallucinations and mind expansion
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:22pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh hell I'm 'bout to turn my speakers way UP
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:23pm BSI:

Speaking of medicinal audio, I've officially been sneezing since May 22nd. Need seriously prescription-strength (read: weapons-grade) audio. We're off to a fine start.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:23pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sleeping must be rare for you at this point
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:25pm BSI:

oh hell, DCE, that's been rare since about 1989.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:29pm pierre:

oh there's High Wolf in this !
so yeah "Ibis Rouge" kinda of make sense.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is the perfect title for this song. I can totally picture myself cutting a rug with the big red guy.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:49pm BSI:

Egad, I just dug out this Ultimate Spinach LP yesterday. Weapons-grade Fabio has deep powers...
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:50pm sdfjones:

Ultimate Spinach--Failure of Vegetables.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:51pm emmagineering:

Hiya everyone! Is the playlist stuck on the soft machine track? Maybe that's my degenerate device acting out. Very much enjoying thee set, fabio ;)
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:54pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Fabio is notoriously slow at updating the playlist. But we love him anyway.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:55pm paula pc:

I see ultimate spinach, after lucifer, after soft machine
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Ultimate Hippie Bassline
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:56pm emmagineering:

Ah okay, all caught up then. Tanks for teh infro
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I can almost see the "Keep on Truckin'" beltbuckle...
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:57pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Today's show isn't failing. It's completely winning in all categories. I dare say it's a failure of failure.
  Thu. 5/31/12 3:58pm BSI:

Jeepers, I'd kill for one of those belt-buckles. Actually kill.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:00pm Cecile:

I think they are being silly.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:00pm Cecile:

the peanut butter conspiracy
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:00pm BSI:

Tonto's Expanding Headband.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:00pm Cecile:

the electric flag
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:01pm Carmichael:

Hey Fab, hey people.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:01pm dinatekno:

Much acid was used in the creation of those band names.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:01pm sdfjones:

Moby Grape, Chocolate Watch Band, lotsa food.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:04pm Parq:

Wasn't the Exploding Plastic Inevitable the name of Andy Warhol's happenings, not a band?
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:05pm Carmichael:

I don't want to go back to the 60s. You can't make me go back!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

let's go forward to the 2060s...it'll be so much more happening!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:07pm duke:

Those hippies had to do it on their own. Now we have the band name generator http://www.1728.org/bandname.htm
e.g. Defiant Naked Scoundrels
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:10pm northguineahills:

Zarathustra bless you for playing this.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:13pm pedro:

wow, what a great track! who's playing in this?
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:13pm Carmichael:

I knocked the socks off my jazz-head brother in law last weekend with Zappa's Gumbo Variations. He couldn't believe that other genres could "groove" ...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:13pm northguineahills:

Pharaoh Sanders
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:14pm northguineahills:

"Red, Black, Green" from Thembi.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:15pm northguineahills:

(had to dig the LP out)
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:19pm Carmichael:

Pretty fast on the draw, NGH. Seems like you're a jazz-head too ... :-)
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:22pm northguineahills:

It's one of my favorite albums of that period (post Coltrane/Ayler - pre 90s).

  Thu. 5/31/12 4:23pm pedro:

i never heard much of pharoah sanders, actually i thought it was that ultimate spinach track over there. my mistake eheh
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:23pm dc pat:

you know, there WAS another The Pyramids, you know...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:25pm northguineahills:

Actually, I do know, as I haven't heard of these Pyramids. I was confused.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:26pm Cecile:

lalibela, I used to go to an Ethopian place called House of Lalibela.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:26pm emmagineering:

I really thought that pharaoh sanders track was going to go into the creator has a master plan, but then, the noisy amazing first part threw me off. Impulse jazz good stuff...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:26pm Cecile:

Not to be confused with the House of Labeja in Paris is Burning.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:26pm House of Ninja:

F*** the House of Labeja!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:26pm dc pat:

the other Pyramids were bald. Don't know what these Pyramids have on their heads.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:27pm pedro:

@emmagineering: i thought the same thing, it sounded like the most modern of the noise-trancey songs.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:27pm dc pat:

touche, house of ninja...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:28pm BSI:

got an Ethiopian joint called Lalibela within an easy walk of this very desk. Suddenly hungry.....
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:28pm dc pat:

it would be really cool to follow the Pyramids with the Pyramids....aawwww....
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:28pm Cecile:

for injera and kitfo....
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:33pm Shawn:

I love the failure of skronking saxophones!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:34pm dc pat:

lucky BSI, I don't have one Ethiopian joint within walking distance....well I guess if I walked for 20-25 minutes maybe, but no good ones..
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:36pm Robt777:

I know it's Sun Ra and all that but that gentleman sounded like the Maynard Ferguson of free jazz.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

we've got one Ethiopian place in CLE but I've never been there. Never had the cuisine. I assume I'm an ignorant ass.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:36pm Fredericks:

Fantastic segue Pyramids >Ra
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:37pm Cecile:

Well, no.
It is different. You eat with your hands, for the most part - you scoop stuff up with spongy injera bread.

We used to go to the best place until a friend got salmonella from the kitfo. :(
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:38pm Todd 76%:

There's yet another Pyramids, if anyone's interested: a current experimental band from TX who have recorded w/ Nadja. Thanks for the great music, Fabio!
Haooy Birthday, Cecile!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:38pm Cecile:

Haven't found a perfect place since Lalibela closed (not the salmonella place, that was earlier).
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:38pm BSI:

@DCP: honestly, I've heard less-than-favorable things about the Logan Circle Lalibela. There's surely better options, slightly longer walk. Hungrier still...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:38pm Cecile:

Hey Todd!!!!!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:38pm Robt777:

Well kitfo is a risky business.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:39pm Chris from DC:

Now I'm starving for Ethiopian. Anything decent is at least a subway ride or pretty long walk away.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:39pm Todd 76%:

* that's Happy Birthday, Cecile!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:39pm emmagineering:

Sun Ra called Philly "the city of brotherly shove." hehe
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:40pm Robt777:

All the DC critics seem to love Ethiopic tho I have never been.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:40pm Cecile:

it is. If they offer it cooked, get it.
Some places do.

There is a spicy spinach dish I love, can't remember the name...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:40pm Maya:

Hi Fabio! great show!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:41pm Chris from DC:

Have yet to try Ethiopic or Etete, but I have a hard time believing they're better than Abol.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:41pm Cecile:

I should just go follow the She-Royal truck. The guy makes great Ethopian food.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:42pm BSI:

No Ethiopian today. Meeting the missus in 50 minutes for pub grub & several pints of frothy brown. But I'll be dreaming of Abol's sacred lentils...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:42pm Listener John:

Thanks for the Pharoah Sanders piece. This Love Cry Want piece is also blowing my mind . . .
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:43pm Carmichael:

My next band will be called Frothy Brown.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:43pm Robt777:

Man, Love Cry Want is THE BOMB.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

your next band may be called santorum
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:44pm Listener John:

I've never eaten the Ethiopian food, but the Ethiopian music is interesting.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:44pm Carmichael:

  Thu. 5/31/12 4:44pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Thu. 5/31/12 4:45pm Cecile:

Carm, I made up a bunch of your Carm's chicken - cooked it a little less time so it stayed whole - making soup and nachos from it. yum yum
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:45pm Chris from DC:

How about Sanctum Santorum?
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

would have to be black metal, then
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:46pm Mitt:

Spanked 'im Santorum!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:47pm Cecile:

I love Michael White.
A great violinist.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:47pm dc pat:

I'd have to walk to Adams Morgan for good Ethiopian. Georgetown doesn't cut it in my experience.
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:47pm Robt777:

Killer name, C from DC!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:47pm Cecile:

He was Eyvind Kang's violin teacher!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:49pm BSI:

That reissue of Disco 3000 is really gorgeous. Great packaging...
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:49pm Robt777:

Is anyone else having problems with the 128k stream?
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:52pm Carmichael:

I just heard the riff and assumed my ass off.

Cecile, that's great chicken nachos!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:52pm Cecile:

it is!
Are there any Trinity movies?
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:55pm pierre:

Ennio Morricone… formidable !
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:56pm dc pat:

I never get sick of this, "we can fight!"
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:57pm dc pat:

oh yes, Morricone Marathon!!
  Thu. 5/31/12 4:57pm Chris from DC:

Maybe my favorite of them all here. What a great series that sounds like.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:00pm pierre:

I'm working on very long and painfull project of book, and you can't imagine how much this help !
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:00pm dc pat:

THIS is my fave. Sounds like Kiowas getting ready for ass-whuppin
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:04pm hubba:

good afternoon fellow astral travellers...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:04pm Carmichael:

I'm standing in the sun staring at my enemy. A bead of sweat is running down my nose.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:04pm Cecile:

waaaaaaa! stream went down.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:06pm Mike East:

oh snap! mine too!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:06pm Parq:

Thanks, Cile, I've been frantically trying to figure out what's wrong with my puter. Happy birthday, b/t/w.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:06pm hubba:

Fabio, dead air please? We don't want to miss anyhting.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:06pm Cecile:

thanks, Parq!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:06pm dc pat:

I'm dancing around the room trying to explain what Carm is talking about to my 6 year old boy and his best friend. They would rather play with Legos...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:07pm ERD:

Huh, the title to Queimada! sounds like a Navajo Joe rehashing, never noticed that!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:07pm dc pat:

hmm, I'm doing ok here in Mac world, 128k stream
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:08pm hubba:

Flash is all I can muster...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:08pm Cecile:

beta flash stream is way down
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:09pm hubba:

I know this awesome track... but i can't hear it... did it get to the guitar part yet?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:09pm Scotty:

The Flash stream cannae take it no more Captain Ken!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm Shawn:

The stream is fine here in Linux land as well. --Perhaps you have network issues?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm hubba:

  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm Cecile:

back, whew!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm pierre:

it's still continues to amaze how much this music (provided that you can listen to it in good conditions) is so visually powerfull.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm Parq:

OK, Flash is back on mine.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm Parq:

And he brought Green Lantern.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:10pm Cecile:

nope, cause Parq and Mike East were having issues, too.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:11pm hubba:

Totally agree pierre
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:11pm northguineahills:

Man, I wish you were going to play the Finale from "Once Upon a Time in the West".
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:12pm dc pat:

yep, brings back my childhood 7 to 9 year old, obsessed with Clint.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:13pm northguineahills:

Eyvind Kang is an amazing violinist/composer. Check out his Tzadik and recent releases (speaking of Michael White).
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:15pm Cecile:

Henry Fonda!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:16pm dc pat:

"not exactly Clint Eastwood" that is a quote I will use soon, thank you sir.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:17pm other david:

A cool beer and Strength Through Failure. Excellent.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:17pm still b/p:

The gunshot sound effects in Once Upon a Time in the West are nuts. The visuals are great but the endless audio dubbing/looping of actor's dialogue is distracting.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:18pm dc pat:

s b/p: I dunno, that dubbing/crazy bullets is what makes these films seem like they're from another world to me...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:20pm Cecile:

I love your inappropriate laughter, Fabio.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:21pm Parq:

My kid's BF is a big fan of Alan Sliverstri's movie scores, .e.g., the recent Avengers movie. Which has me thinking -- are Superhero movies now what Westerns were for the mid-20th Century? Will some future Fabio be talking about "Dark Knight" or "Spiderman" as semi-forgotten cult items one-third of a century hence?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:21pm Carmichael:

When I was young, Yul Brynner seemed to be from another world. I never got a reasonable explanation of why some Eastern European gunfighter was hanging around with Steve McQueen in a Mexican village.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:22pm pierre:

Battle Royal 's great !
much much more darker than what i 've seen from Hunger Game.

The great thing about that movie, is that each participant gets a different weapons, some will have machine guns, some will have a frying pan (or a map of the island), it's starring Beat Takeshi, which means, it's dead pan fun.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:22pm Frank's Brain:

That's Henry's only role as a villain ever. Apparently he showed up in Italy to see Leone wearing black contacts and a black mustache - thinking he needed to look the part. Sergio had him take it all off. He wanted Fonda's baby blues to be up front and center. Genius. Your OUATITW fun fact of the day. Thanks for playin'.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:23pm hubba:

Carm, ever check out that Yul Brynner album where he is accompanied by a "gypsy" guitar player?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:23pm dc pat:

@Carm: exactly, a lot of things needed 'splainin..

@Parq: hmmm, maybe I should have a look at that stuff after all...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:23pm still b/p:

Oh, the gunfire's good. Funner and better than the lame-ass effects in so many westerns until recent decades. The dubbing is a signature trait making it a differnt kind of entertainment, no doubt, but staying "outside" the picture and story somewhat because of it is too bad.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:24pm still b/p:

Is this a DX-7 demo track?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:27pm Robt777:

whatever it is I'm digging it!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:28pm dc pat:

speaking of which, did anybody see Cowboys and Aliens or whatever it was called (should have been Cowboys vs Aliens)?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:29pm pierre:

@ dc pat : yeah, it's good fun too, it's the best Harrisson Ford i've seen in a long time.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:30pm Robt777:

yep. decent but not thrilling. tho I am a big fan of Daniel Craig in anything.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:32pm dc pat:

seems like it's always good practice to mix genres, maybe I should watch a movie made in the last 20 years?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:33pm northguineahills:

All I can think of is glass & blood w/ this Goblin track. (and barbed wire)
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:34pm Carmichael:

@hubba: Good God, another Golden Throats album?

@cd pat: Yes, I saw it. It was silly and fun, completely implausible with an awful ending.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:34pm other david:

I found the HNAS track on youtube.. and forgot I had it playing at the same time as the Stream - went rather well with this Goblin track
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:34pm pierre:

i think the director named Barry Sonnenfeld, is going to make a movie called : Dinosaures Vs. Aliens, written by Grant Morrisson.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:35pm northguineahills:

Where's Battle Royale playing (I was in the other room when Fabio mentioned it)? I've only seen it on mute while I was djing a a club a while back.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:35pm Carmichael:

*dc pat ...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:36pm Cecile:

I am actually looking forward to Men in Black III and not just because one of the FOTC guys is playing the bad guy.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:36pm Carmichael:

anything *versus* anything is usually a safe bet, movie-wise.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:37pm Parq:

Cile, we are big MIB fans, even saw the second one. It is known for being terrible, and it is, but we found stuff to laugh at anyway. We are psyched for the third one because they shot scenes of it in our nabe.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:38pm Parq:

Carm, Godzilla vs the Smog Monster!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:39pm Mike East:

I saw MIB3 last weekend. It was fun. Apparently Andy Warhol was an agent.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:41pm Parq:

Mike E, I'm reminded of the curtain line from the first one -- what a lousy disguise!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:46pm Mike East:

Ha! yes.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:46pm nic:

really like this 1 !!!!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:48pm seang:

bring out the Pidge
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:50pm Matt from Springfield:

More updates on Clay's arrival. Fab should do this every week!

"Corporate Laughter"--like the title.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Glasses: "If you haven't seen them, they're NEW TO YOU!"
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:52pm nic:

  Thu. 5/31/12 5:53pm dale:

clay - you should pick up a six of carnation instant breakfast
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:54pm Cecile:

yep! People have gone blind because of regular measles, and deaf because of German measles

You get shingles.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

The Institute for Herpetic Research
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:54pm glenn:

no no. SMALL pox.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:55pm Matt from Springfield:

BRIAN Turner Overdrive! Go BTO!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:55pm Cecile:

waitin' for the fallout...
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:56pm dale:

rte 28 is a yard salesrs dream on a holiday weekend!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:56pm Ike:

Wasn't there an REO Speedeater? Or was it just REO Speeddealer?
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

"Herpetic" is an actual adjective, usually it seems for "post-herpetic", like Postherpetic Neuralgia (PHN).

But, right now "The Institute for Herpetic Research" is a GOOGLENOPE! And thanks to my comment, you will soon be able to find that on GOOGLE after this playlist is closed!!!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:59pm Cecile:

OMG, Clay, I asked Fabio about that.
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:59pm Ike:

I hope Fabio doesn't mean The Killing USA, which is utterly horrible. Maybe even worse than Pidge's taste in music!
LOL LOL j/k!
  Thu. 5/31/12 5:59pm Cecile:

you scare me.
  Thu. 5/31/12 6:03pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I agree with the Trinity movies with Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. They Call Me Trinity, Trinity Is My Name and Trinity Is Still My Name, and maybe some others.
  Wed. 6/6/12 6:13am Bas, NL:

The Pyramids! I had this track on an old tape and never knew what it was! :D
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