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I could use a little break, but today was a good day

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The Something Corporate Greatest Hits album is out today. I’m not usually a fan of Greatest Hits, I think there needs to be a minimum number of releases. I think they’ve had 3 full lengths and an EP. At least, that’s what I have. If you include Jack’s Mannequin, they you have enough.

Not saying I don’t still love SoCo. I didn’t go through and make my own Greatest Hits like I did for Blink and Fall Out Boy. You can’t even ask me to pick a favorite. Ok, maybe you can, and it would obviously be Konstantine. But after that, it’s a log jam of songs. I have to pick a song to post, and Konstantine will fill your day (and if you know me, has likely filled a few). I’m going with Watch the Sky because it might be my next favorite, and it’s not the most common. I’m not even sure it was released before this album. (Looked it up, it was a British bonus on North).

Something Corporate – Watch the Sky

Ready Set, start the week

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This is my upbeat song to start the week. Seems like a lot of these kids are just solo acts and just find a band to preform. I don’t mind, just seems like there are a lot of them and they have a band name rather than just using their name.

The Ready Set – Love Like Woe

The video was a little odd, no? It said Pete Wentz was in it (no surprise, the band is signed to Decaydance). Maybe he was one of the creepy hoodie guys with the eyes.


Summer Soundtrack, Track 1

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My first entry into the summer soundtrack. Tell me you aren’t hooked right away. I’ll forgive you if you are turned off by the lyrics at first, but I think they’ll grow on you. They still haven’t fully grown on me.

Passion Pit – Little Secrets

I Really Want To Like Lady Gaga

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I think the first Lady Gaga song I heard was Just Dance. I’m usually not a fan of pop like that, since so much of it is the exact same regurgitated stuff in a different package, I figured she would be no exception.

Then I noticed a lot of people, who wouldn’t normally be into that sorta thing really liking her.

Then I saw this video of what happened when she had a soundboard failure and gained a whole new level of respect for her. One of the things that drives me nuts about popular music these days is it has completely lost the ‘show must go on’ attitude, I need not mention all the lip singing scandals in recent years.  When they tried to pull her off the stage she said, “I promised them a 30 minute set, and I’m not stopping.” That is awesome, more artists should follow her example. It’s good to see a popular artist that really understands this.

Then I saw this video of a performance before she became Lady Gaga. You can’t ignore that talent. She knows how to play and man she can sing. That video knocked me over. In a same respect this is a more recent video  with an acoustic performance of Poker Face.

And most recent was this video with Elton John at the Grammy awards. It’s fantastic and I can’t in any fair mind call it anything else.

The evidence of her talent is overwhelming, you just can’t ignore it. But I can’t get into her normal pop style. It’s just not the kinda thing that sounds good to me. I feel like she isn’t playing what’s right for her… but I guess she wouldn’t get the audiences she does if she did anything else.

I guess I’ll remain a fan of her side stuff, because it is fantastic.


Even when he kissed her, he was looking over staring at her sister

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iTunes had multiple gems this weekend, but I wanted to spread them out. You can’t help but enjoy FM Static.

I’m not sure if I knew this or not but FM Static started as a Thousand Foot Crutch side project. I probably won’t remember even after writing it here.

FM Static – Definitely Maybe

There is an official video, but embedding is disabled. You wouldn’t want people to easily experience the best quality you have to offer, they might get hooked and buy it.


Patrick Stump. Solo album.

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Patrick Stump. Solo album. Can I have now please? I can’t really decide if I’m more exited for this or the new blink record.


Yeah you make me merry make me very very happy

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iTunes decided I wanted to hear Kate Nash. iTunes was right. I didn’t even know it, but somehow it knew.

Kate Nash – Merry Happy

This way is a waterslide away from me that takes you further every day

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I saw this video of Haley (from Paramore) singing Say It Ain’t So with Weezer. I don’t usually care for the shakey crowd videos with bad sound. It did however make me want to find the video for the song.

Weezer – Say It Ain’t So

They are so young! I shouldn’t be surprised. I was in elementary school when this album came out.


Motion City Soundtrack – My Dinosaur Life … awesome

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I’ve been anxious for this album since I heard the first track. It came out this week and I grabbed it from Amazon MP3. It’s as excellent as I had hoped. I’ll have to listen a few more times. I’m going with posting Stand Too Close here. It caught my ear out of the songs I hadn’t heard already. Meaning Your Words Destroyed My Planet and A Lifeless Ordinary are also in the running for best of the album.

It’s been a while since I’ve been excited for an album, but this is a good month. I think Tuesday brings The Wonder Years and new The Rocket Summer in about a month.

Also, I’m trying something new. Links to Amazon where you can get what I’m talking about. I’m not a big fan of the limited options for the links. I’d like the one I have here in a horizontal flavor.


I’m tryna find the words to describe this girl without being disrespectful

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This one has taken a while to catch on. I heard it again last week and it got stuck in my head for the weekend. Then it was in the opening to the 2nd episode of the Chuck premiere.

David Guetta feat Akon – Sexy Chick (at least that is what I’m used to it being called on the radio)

The way you move ain’t fair you know

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I should have posted this yesterday. I forgot and I was punished by this song being solidly stuck in my head when I woke up this morning.

I was never really a Train fan. Meet Virginia was one of those songs that was on the radio so much it convinced me I liked it. I know they had other singles, but none jump to mind. Still, I’ll call this a solid comeback. At least a comeback to me, I can’t say for sure if they ever left.

Train – Hey, Soul Sister