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Options November 30, 2011: I don't have enough to complain about, but I manage.

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  Blue Note  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Lee Morgan  Totem Pole   Options The Sidewinder  Blue Note  0:03:11 (Pop‑up)
Sonja van Hamel  Fast Fragmented Mind   Options Transcendental Man  Basta  0:13:19 (Pop‑up)
Marco Benevento  Fireworks   Options new 7" single  Royal Potato Family  0:17:00 (Pop‑up)
Lindisfarne  Road to Kingdom Come   Options Nicely Out Of Tune  Charisma  0:26:40 (Pop‑up)
Scott Walker  The Amorous Humphrey Plugg   Options Scott 2  Fontana  0:30:28 (Pop‑up)
Fleet Foxes  Montezuma   Options Helplessness Blues  Sub Pop  0:34:48 (Pop‑up)
Loudon Wainwright III  Bruno's Place   Options The Atlantic Recordings  Atlantic/Rhino  0:38:31 (Pop‑up)
Mikal Cronin  Again and Again   Options self-titled  Trouble in Mind/Carrot Top  0:42:03 (Pop‑up)
Brian Blade  Mercy Angel   Options Mama Rosa  Verve Forecast  0:50:57 (Pop‑up)
The Black Swans with Eve Searls  Christmas Alone   Options Christmas Alone  Misra  0:55:05 (Pop‑up)
Roger McGuinn  If I Needed Someone   Options Limited Edition  April First  0:58:23 (Pop‑up)
Cults  Oh My God   Options Cults  Columbia  1:01:30 (Pop‑up)
Strapeze  Tage   Options 7" single  (German label, 1983)  1:04:39 (Pop‑up)
Wilco  Dawned On Me   Options The Whole Love  dBpm/Anti  1:06:05 (Pop‑up)
Lüger  Monkeys Everywhere   Options Concrete Light  Maxophone  1:14:55 (Pop‑up)
The Weekend  80s Rock Star   Options Teaser + Bonus Level  Lakeshore  1:19:32 (Pop‑up)
Eddie Murray  Stepping High Dance   Options Stepping High Dance ... and Other Songs  Radiophone Archives  1:22:46 (Pop‑up)
The Turtles  Outside Chance   Options Save the Turtles: Greatest Hits  Rhino  1:24:52 (Pop‑up)
Dusty Stray  Henry's Room   Options Light Years Away  Basta  1:26:59 (Pop‑up)
Lane Steinberg  Andmoreagain   Options 2010 home recording  Lane Steinberg  1:31:04 (Pop‑up)
Stephen Duffy & The Lilac Time  Memory and Desire   Options Memory and Desire — 30 Years in the Wilderness  101 Distribution/Cherry Pop  1:34:00 (Pop‑up)
Musci/Venosta  Breathless Melody   Options A Noise, A Sound  ReR / Cuneiform  1:38:30 (Pop‑up)
Tiger Lillies  Carnival   Options Here I Am Human  Misery Guts  1:49:13 (Pop‑up)
The Temple Cloud Country Club  My Mother's Coat   Options Bremen Is My Name  Cohort  1:53:28 (Pop‑up)
Cincinnati University Singers  Father's a Drunkard, and Mother Is Dead   Options The Hand That Holds the Bread - Songs of Progress and Protest in the Gilded Age 1865-1893  New World  1:59:12 (Pop‑up)
Judy Collins  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (arr. Joshua Rifkin)   Options In My Life  Elektra  2:03:24 (Pop‑up)
Red House Painters  Song for a Blue Guitar   Options Songs for a Blue Guitar  Fontana Island  2:08:08 (Pop‑up)
The National  Lemonworld   Options High Violet  4AD  2:14:07 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Fashion from Limbo   Options Let's Get Plastered and Raid Circus World  WFMU  2:17:49 (Pop‑up)
Beth Sorrentino  Tullis & Clark Pressure Mix   Options For SelectQuote.com  WFMU  2:22:35 (Pop‑up)
Matthew Sweet  Sick of Myself   Options 100% Fun  Zoo  2:24:03 (Pop‑up)
The Good Rats  Does It Make You Feel Good   Options Ratcity in Blue  Uncle Rat  2:27:37 (Pop‑up)
Charlotte Sometimes  How I Could Just Kill A Man   Options Waves & The Both Of Us  Geffen  2:30:46 (Pop‑up)
Lord Kitchener  Smoke a Cigarette   Options Legacy of a Calypsonian 1967-1971  Radiophone Archives  2:39:31 (Pop‑up)
Jason Karaban  Misplaced   Options Shift  New Model Music  2:42:08 (Pop‑up)
Donny Osmond  Would I Lie To You   Options Somewhere in Time  Decca  2:45:08 (Pop‑up)
Lew Jones & Guernica Gazebo  Coaster   Options Ecstatic Cahoots  Art for Art's Sake  2:49:12 (Pop‑up)
Patsy Cline & the Jordanaires  Lovin' in Vain   Options Sweet Dreams: Her Complete Decca Masters (1960-1963)  Hip-O Select  2:52:03 (Pop‑up)
Missy Craner  What's Love Got To Do With It?   Options found recording  WFMU  2:54:44 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 11/30/11 3:03pm Matt from Springfield:

It was just Thanksgiving, Irwin! Be thankful that there is so much to complain about. In the Third World, people only have lack of food and shelter to complain about. Whereas we never lack for any complaints here in America.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Like now: I'm complaining that there's no one else on the comment board!! And that I'm at work! And that there's so much to do here...(fumes)
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:08pm das:

I don't know about you guys, but this is jazzy
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:09pm Mike East:

Matt! Magic Christian was excellent! Definitely check it out.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

(That's why they call it: "jazz")
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:10pm hamburger:

cos blimey this trumpet is sponterrificly jolly jeeves joe jackson jemimah
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:10pm Matt from Springfield:

And Mike!
Thanks for the review--it's going to the top of my Netflix!

(And I forgot to point out: ANOTHER Lee Morgan Twin Spin!)
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:13pm Mike East:

I thought you had said they throw money from a building, but actually they submerge it in a vat of shit and piss and vomit - which is way better.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:13pm Whit Whitlesly:

We could complain about this if they use it during their endless fundraising appeals.

Saw a promo for it the other night.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:13pm Mike East:

Sorry, I just spoiled the ending. Still worth it though.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:17pm Droll:

Fast, fragmented, and flowing in five/four! Impressive!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: Don't worry, I kinda knew the ending, but it's still something that sounds great to see.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:23pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

so SICK OF SURVEYS. These days you're asked to take a survey on everything you do.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:23pm trrs:

Someone(s) treated my neighbourhood to some fireworks recently. I'm not sure the occasion, but they were great.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:24pm glenn:

dce, would you be willing to take a survey on which surveys you're willing to take?
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:24pm Laura L:

Hi Irwin, I gotta take a powder and go out to a meeting (I know, the nerve! A meeting on Wednesday!), but see you tomorrow evening at the Raymond Scott Orchestrette performance--heads up locals! http://new.lincolncenter.org/live/index.php/atrium-raymond-scott-orchestrette-dec-1-2011
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:26pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Wed. 11/30/11 3:26pm the internet:

on his upcoming West Coast run he'll also have a new limited edition 7-inch available with two previously unreleased tracks "Escape Horse" and "Fireworks."
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:31pm Whit Whitlesly:

Yikes! Flashback! Lindisfarne, Capitol Theater Passaic 1973
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:35pm Matt from Springfield:

You'll stay until 6 no matter what, no matter how I butter the biscuit? What if...I buttered you a biscuit, but placed it in the outside the building away from the studio? Would you leave the show to take it?
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:39pm ADL:

Oh, Fleet Foxes, the backlash against you is unjustified.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:40pm Jan:

I'm liking these recent songs starting with Scott Walker. Nice set!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:42pm BDR:

I still love you, but Fleet Foxes blow. Oops! Ruth Marcus would disapprove of my language!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:46pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Irwin! Thanks! Man! YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:48pm jbm:

I hate it when I get head catarrh.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:49pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

He played on MASH for a couple episodes too....did "Tokyo"....
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:50pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Or a Beppie Preepnik...
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:50pm Jan:

Irwin, were you a hippie when you were younger?
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:51pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh I'd doubt that Jan
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:52pm βrian:

Recall Scott Walker!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:55pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Great harmony!
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: No it's true, Irwin has complained about the "hippyish" tone of his past writings before.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:56pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Sounds a little like Neil Young...in the solos this Brian Blade does...
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:56pm Irwin:

@Jan: I'm still a hippie anarchist libertarian freethinking republican-voting drug-abusing disheveled disbeliever.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:58pm glenn:

seven out of eight ain't bad.
  Wed. 11/30/11 3:58pm kata:

heh heh glenn ;)
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:01pm Detroit Mac:

Still here (it's a Wednesday Hit Parade!)
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:02pm Jan:

Irwin, that's all well and good, but how do you feel about bearing arms?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:04pm Irwin:

Got two. Damned if I'm lettin' the gubmint twist either.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:06pm glenn:

bearing arms is okay. it's shooting people with them that's the problem.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:06pm Snortley:

The second amendment spells it out: "A well regulated militia," in other words, felons and paranoid schizophrenics must have free access to firearms.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:06pm Matt from Springfield:

@Jan: Everyone's in favor of that--who wouldn't want to bear arms on each of their shoulders. Come to think, arms are really functional, they're not a burden to "bear"...
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:07pm glenn:

don't forget religious wing nuts and racists.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:07pm Jan:

L.O.L. You gotta check out all the arms bearing american families on Discovery Channel. My life has devolved since I got the cable tv!
Now I know all about gun love.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:08pm Mike East:

Bear arms are quite dangerous, especially because of those sharp claws on the ends.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:08pm glenn:

make it fair. arm the bears.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:09pm Smokey the Bear:

Now _I_ have a right to bear arms.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:10pm trrs:

Bare arms in winter.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:10pm Coco Chanel:

And _I_ have a right to bear arms.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:14pm AnAnonymousParty:

Thacker's Pig Powder is NOT a quack remedy.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:16pm Carmichael:

Hello Irwin and Leute auf der Welt.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:17pm hamburger:

ou, luger comments on here or sumptin eh
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:18pm Micheal Nesmith:

Hey, hey, we're the ... oh, never mind.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:18pm Dave B:

Good afternoon. From here on out its smooth sailing....
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:18pm pdiddy:

Is it an oink remedy?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:19pm Irwin:

@AAP: I stand corrected. Totally.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:19pm Clouseau:

I know: The Minkeys!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:20pm Dave B:

What's all this about alms for bears?

Can't they just forage around for stuff?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:21pm Carmichael:

Discovery Channel has really hit the American white trash vein, what with Swamp People, American Hoggers, Shrimpers, etc .... Too bad their target demographic can't afford cable. Or a TV. Or shoes.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:21pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Veruca Salt?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:22pm Jan:

Luger pistols were pretty popular with the Germans. I am thinking of
pointing one at my head now that you are playing "80s Rock Star".
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:23pm AnAnonymousParty:

Thacker's pig powder is the Campho-Phenique of porcine unguents, tinctures, potions and salves.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:23pm seang:

Hillbilly Handfishin
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:23pm j:

lets see ,,,wilco ,,, 80's rock star ,,,hmmm
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:24pm Lizardner Dave:

Actually Carmichael, Discovery's audience is largely comprised of well monied urban dwelling folks who like to look down on the great unwashed. Real working people don't have the time to watch that crap.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:25pm Kurt:

Hey I'm a redneck and have two sat. dishes. Careful who you look down on Carmichael.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:26pm Parq:

That is why I have the Montreal Canada Blues.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:27pm Carmichael:

Oh yeah, the Turtles!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:28pm Clouseau:

Ach, those poutine-eaters!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:28pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

These guys are so freakin cool! The Turtles are SUCH great singers!!!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:29pm AnAnonymousParty:

How does being nothing more than someone who works hard doing difficult thankless jobs deserve being equated with trash?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:29pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Anybody seen The Sterile Cuckoo? Liza Minelli so hot but so existentially insecure....
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:30pm wild.......NEIL!!!!!:

Just so you know white trash is not the same as redneck....
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:31pm Jan:

Discovery Channel programs are some of the most widely watched programs on TV. Some of the shows are fascinating anthropological
studies of people not like us. Who doesn't love Pawn Stars, I ask?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:31pm Carmichael:

I'm not looking down on ANYONE, Kurt. Except perhaps the asshole network executives who keep puuting on these shows. It's not out of altruism.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:32pm kat330:

@Carmichael & Lizardner: Unless you must have it for reception, best solution is to stick with antenna TV. I've only had cable in a couple of places (where it was paid for), and don't need or miss it at all.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:34pm Kurt:

When can I join your elite club of social sophistication Carmichael? But I fear I'm wouldn't meet up to lofty standards. Especially regarding entertainment choices. They still are choices aren't they?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:34pm Dave B:

Low production costs on all of these "reality" shows. No SAG members to deal with, limited script writing, low budget production etc, etc...

And next holiday season, I'm going to Scottsdale to get my Christmas Card picture.


  Wed. 11/30/11 4:35pm Clouseau:

Where I come from we don't have any TV. Only an old paper towel tube through which we look out the window, at the dumpster.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:37pm hamburger:

when I was young, my parents couldn't even afford a cardboard box to make a pretend TV show...
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:37pm Dave B:

reality shows are cheap to make, catch lots of "eyeballs" and sell lots of ad spots.

It's a vicious cycle
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:37pm AnAnonymousParty:

You have a dumpster? We don't even have that, just an old stump with a rusty can on it.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:38pm kat330:

Seriously, I don't see why people want to be saddled with cable. Four broadcast networks and a (growing) number of other antenna tv movie channels are plenty. HBO, yeah, well, if anyone is capable of delayed gratification these daze, you can buy or rent the series when it's issued on DVD.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:38pm das:

stephen duffy, wasn't he the drummer for guns and roses!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:39pm Carmichael:

Oh great, I'm just getting cranked up to argue with Kurt, and Irwin mellows the whole friggin' internet out with folkiness. Now I'll just complain about that.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:39pm Clouseau:

Well, it's not a real dumpster. Only a garbage bag propped up with old pipe cleanrs. But it's a dumpster to us.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:40pm Jan:

Dave- Scottsdale Gun Club illustrates that subgroup of our culture
that fetishizes military weapons, making them objects to be desired by more and more of our freedom loving fellow citizens.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

ha ha, lol you guys
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:43pm j:

curiously the dumpster was invented by sir isaac newton, hidden in his drawings for years
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:43pm Carmichael:

You mean that Dempsey dude ripped off Newton?? The bastard!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:44pm AnAnonymousParty:

@Clouseau That's ok, it's good to dream. We call the rusty can 'Shangri-la' and tell fanciful tales of what's inside.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:45pm Lizardner Dave:

@kat 330 - if you like sports you need cable. Otherwise, yeah, the hell with it.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:45pm kat330:

Imagine if you could throw all that wasted cable monies at WFMU programming.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:46pm kata:

Irwin, try chocolate covered bacon.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:46pm Carmichael:

Or, if you like crappy gadgets, gewgaws and whirly-gigs.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:47pm kat330:

Ah, right, sports. Since we're aping all the other aspects, we should have a return to live colosseum bloodsports.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:48pm Heinz:

"Those who can, do.Those who can not, eat what others have canned."
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:48pm Carmichael:

We do, Kat. It's called *Ultimate Fighting*. Soon we'll all be able to tune into The Execution Channel.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:48pm Lizardner Dave:

Also, I give more to WFMU than I pay for cable on an annual basis. And actually, I feel the same way about both entities. They suck except for the stuff I like.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:49pm kat330:

Ohh, where's the Nesmith best?
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:50pm Evan the Human Serviette:

The Weekend: http://www.rocktheweekend.com
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:50pm Carmichael:

Dave, I think I've found my motto for life in your post: it sucks, except for the stuff I like.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:50pm Lizardner Dave:

@Carmichael - the NFL is closer to live colosseum bloodsports than MMA is. MMA is just all the fighting sports that were already in the Olympics thrown in a blender. Old Tyme boxing is way more dangerouns than MMA too.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:52pm Clouseau:

@Heinz : That has a nice Victory Garden appeal to it.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:53pm Clouseau:

@Carmichael: Similar to "It's the same thing – only different."
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:53pm Dave B:

@Jan - I'm only joshin'

Though a good "Bread and Circuses" reality show would be nice.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:54pm kata:

Irwin, I appreciate how you are not afraid to play accordion music, bring it!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:57pm bitter bassist:

I'm so proud of the comments section, no one took advantage of Irwin's "goggles" comment to indulge in a tired meme.
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:58pm bitter bassist:

great show, Irwin!
  Wed. 11/30/11 4:58pm Lawrence Welk:

Ya, more of the Accordion wud be nice.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:02pm bitter bassist:

moving, but still needs more accordion
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:02pm kata:

so true, bb
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:03pm jonathan:

good lord
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:03pm das:

what a crybaby
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:03pm kat330:

Very good phrasing, this little moppet.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:03pm W. C. Fields:

I like this. Snappy tune. Can't stand the brat singing, though.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:03pm bitter bassist:

they should go full sea shanty and bust out the concertina
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:04pm Carmichael:

Sounds like something from Boardwalk Empire. Speaking of crap on cable.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:04pm kat330:

Lotsa kids don't breathe at the right moment. Must be a good director of the Cincy U Singers.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:05pm AnAnonymousParty:

'Crap on Cable' is a new series on E!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:05pm kat330:

Yay, Sweet Judy Blue Eyes! She holds my record for "most seen live" artists.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:05pm bitter bassist:

@kat330: rofl very true
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:06pm kata:

too much irony will kill a person, unless you live in portland oregon.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:06pm kat330:

@bb: Karen Carpenter, best phrasing ever, though some would claim Sinatra.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:06pm bitter bassist:

suddenly, work appears. I'm out
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:08pm Listening Out There:

Karen Carpenter, Judy Collins...oi. Where's Wing when you need her, hmm?
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:09pm Carmichael:

This song is long enough, without Joshua slowing it down to dirge speed.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:09pm kat330:

On the subject of bests: Rifkin & Schikele for arranging simple music.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:10pm Dave B:

I'd settle for some Amanda, if Wing's not available.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:11pm kat330:

Yeah, Carm, it IS too slow, and that was not a great example of the arranging I was thinking of. Irwin, better throw some Amanda at the hungry hordes!!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:11pm Irwin:

All this dreary downer music. What's he going to play next -- The National?
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:12pm Carmichael:

How about something upbeat, like Nick Drake?
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:13pm kat330:

Ya know, you don't have to actually like the oeuvre of an artist to recognize some wonderful aspect of him or her.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:13pm AnAnonymousParty:

Track list:
Song for a Blue Guitar
Another Song for a Blue Guitar
Yet Another song for a Blue Guitar
Song for a Guitar, a Blue One
Song for a Blue Guitar, reprise
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:13pm Carmichael:

I like Judy Collins. But as you said, that was NOT a representative example.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:14pm kata:

"I wanna hold the hand inside you"
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:15pm kat330:

Having seen her 4 times live (beginning at Brown U. in 1970) is more a weirdness than a perpetration. Just happened.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:18pm kat330:

(Dylan is second most and John Hiatt is third, just FYI.)
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:21pm Dave B:

Now yer talkin'
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:22pm kat330:

Yeah, fresh Amanda meat for the hordes.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:23pm Huh?:

Hi! What is the origin story of this amanda stuff? Or is that a dumb question?
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:25pm Dave B:

@ Huh?

  Wed. 11/30/11 5:25pm kat330:

Don't ask me. I'm a latecomer to this party. I only know she's a crowd fave and is played every week.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:25pm kat330:

Awww,, Sweeeeet!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:25pm Huh?:

Holy moly! I remember this song!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:26pm Huh?:

Its good!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:26pm kat330:

Girlfriend, yeah!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:27pm ted:

I firiggin LOVE this song!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:27pm AnAnonymousParty:

If he weren't sick of himself it would be 115% fun.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:28pm Mike East:

I went through a long period of hating this song (mostly high school when my sister wouldn't stop playing it) - but now I've come around to it. Probably because it makes me remember when my sister used to play it all the time....ah nostalgia.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:29pm Dave B:


There's a blast from the past!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:29pm rick r:

ditto for the WOW
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:30pm ted:

I didn't think it was even humanly possible to 'hate' Sick Of Myself!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:30pm kat330:

Taylor Swift made us miss a Matthew Sweet concert recently in Lullville. Um, it's a long (traffic jam, broken bridges) story.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:32pm Mike East:

@ted - its easy to hate anything if you're an angsty teen
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:33pm angsty teen:

  Wed. 11/30/11 5:34pm kat330:

@angsty teen: Except Taylor Swift. (annoying traffic...)
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:35pm some other guy:

I'm pretty sure I don't understand. What's her problem?
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:35pm George Taylor:

Damn you Taylor Swift! Damn you yo Hell!
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:36pm kat330:

  Wed. 11/30/11 5:40pm beafdog:

you used "transition" as a verb. I'm telling Santa.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:42pm Dave B:


Guy With Glasses - Hello Peppi Marchello

  Wed. 11/30/11 5:47pm hamburger:

  Wed. 11/30/11 5:47pm Dave B:

its rather horrible. (Guy With Glasses)
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:47pm consumer:

holy shit
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:47pm kat330:

Um, trying to recognize and appreciate the great part of Donny...
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:49pm Frisco Squid:

I'm having a Donny Osmond radical rethink here. His records are probably hard to come by in the thrift store bins at this point....
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:49pm Listening Out There:

Oh...it's Donny Bieber. He's the nicest lil' guy...
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:50pm kat330:

I think Irwin "apologized" too early. :)
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:52pm kat330:

Worth measured by obscurity and rarity...a slippery slope.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:54pm kat330:

El Cajon / Ecstatic Cahoots...EC come EC go.
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:57pm kat330:

Thanks, Irwin! (sorry I drove folks off)
  Wed. 11/30/11 5:57pm Dave B:

I'm out!
  Wed. 11/30/11 6:00pm Listening Out There:

Thanks, Irwin
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