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Dust Brothers, the Beastie Boys, Paul’s Boutique, 1989, and one of the most revolutionizing albums in history. See sampling laws. “Shake Your Rum” is one of our all-time favorite tracks, and in honor of MCA, we keep the tracks rolling all week long…
This doesn’t always have to be a Radiohead song, it can be a cover. By someone else. Jazz trio, the Brad Mehldau Trio, cover one of the most groundbreaking songs in 21st century music; Radiohead’s Kid A opener, “Everything In Its Right Place.” It almost sounds here as it should.
“1..2…3…4…1…2…4!” With that beginning countdown and George Harrison asserting himself as a major songwriter in the Beatles, Revolver begins and becomes one of the most critically acclaimed album ever made. And George wasn’t happy about the tax situation he was in.
One of the most underrated Christmas/Holiday albums of all time is the Sufjan Stevens’ Songs for Christmas album of 2006. There are some great traditional tracks on there, and some great original arrangements as well, like “It’s Christmas! Let’s Be Glad!”. Enjoy.
This song may never see the light of day, and just like “True Love Waits,” remains one of the most cult-followed songs in the Radiohead catalog. And it sort of just follows Radiohead around wherever they go. Like “Creep.”
Wow. This is the most incredible moment of Tarantino dialogue that we have ever heard, and that is saying a lot. How he goes from subversion to the greatest script ever in “Top Gun,” and it being man’s struggle with his own homosexuality, is just top notch brilliance. Sword fight!
Please!? And Kanye called, he said he was better than you. So the most overrated talent of his generation is going to retire from sub-par performances? (Minus is fantastic role in Get Him to the Greek). We are lucky today.
Olaf Breuning is one of the most exciting artists we can think of, a Swiss-born, NYC-based conceptual artist that does things like this, make a line of ghosts all in a row. He did this installation w/ BERNHARD WILLHELM in 2003, and WeWasteTime was on it today.