He don’t even break the branches where he’s gone

I felt like posting some filler, so here is a Friday Random Ten.

  1. The Shins, “Mine’s Not A High Horse”

  2. New Order, “Who’s Joe?”
  3. Orange Juice, “Falling And Laughing”
  4. Sleater-Kinney, “Hot Rock”
  5. The Boy Least Likely To, “My Tiger My Heart”
  6. The New Pornographers, “Breakin’ The Law”
  7. Cat Power, “Werewolf”
  8. Belle & Sebastian, “Meat And Potatoes”
  9. Warren Zevon, “Numb As A Statue”
  10. Dungen, “Sluta Följa Efter”

Number 11 was the “Legend of Pai Mei” dialogue from the Kill Bill, vol. 2 soundtrack. My iPod seems to like Orange Juice and Dungen more than I do, since these bands come up on shuffle more often than they really should. The best song in this list is definitely the Cat Power.

One thought on “He don’t even break the branches where he’s gone

  1. Mason

    I remain a sucker for stuff like this. Here’s what my iPod produced:
    1. Sweet Sensation, “Hooked on You”
    2. Huey Lewis & The News, “Couple Days Off”
    3. “Fantasia on Greensleeves”
    4. London Symphony Orchestra playing Sting, “Invisible Sun”
    5. Candy Dulfer, “Donja”
    Interjection: You must listen to her song “Lily Was Here” if you have never done so!
    6. MC Hawking, “Crazy as F#@K”
    7. Bob Seger, “Old Time Rock & Roll”
    8. Toad the Wet Sprocket, “Stupid”
    9. Icehouse, “The Kingdom”
    10. CoCo Lee, “A Love Before Time (English)”
    Best song of the group: It’s a close call between Huey Lewis and Seger. Both songs evoke similar feelings. Those two far outshine the others here.

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