Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Next Stop: Disney

I leave tomorrow for yet another trip to Disney World, this time not only with HoMu, The PB & The J, but the rest of HoMu's family...





Now, I could write about how much I'm dreading fearing looking forward to the trip... or I could beg for guestposters... but I won't.

Instead I'm asking for YOUR help.

I need some new music for my iPod and before perusing I thought to myself, what better source than my b-l-o-g-m-i-g-o-s and the rest of the blogosphere to get some ideas.

So I'm asking all of you... what new albums/music should I illegally download?


Mr Big Dubya said...

The National - Boxer
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights
Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga
The Rumble Strips - Girls and Weather
Radio One Established 1967 (great bands doing great covers)
Bloc Party - Weekend in the City
The Bravery - The Sun and The Moon

Childsplayx2 said...

See, I suck when it comes to recommending music because I see someone like dubya up there recommending songs I've never heard of and I know my tastes pale in comparison.

I was going to recommend KT Tunstall or The White Stripes but do so at your own risk.

Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

Hmmm. You're going to need something loud to cover up all that noise...

I for one am going to go check out Big Dubya's 1967 suggestion.

QueenofSpain said...

Personally I think you're just dreaming if you think you'll even get a chance to wear your ipod. So I refuse to participate in this fool's errand.


Anonymous said...

Holy crap, my friend. 18 people traveling to Disney World all at once? You're going to need some serious mellow chill out music. Try the soundtrack to the new Dylan movie ("I'm Not There.") Maybe the latest Springsteen. Or Arcade Fire.

Good luck and safe travels.

Lance said...

Shit. You're already gone by the time I read this. I would have said get the new Sigur Ros album or for that matter, all of them.

Oh, and Radiohead. Yes, listen loudly.

Have a great time in D-World.

Devra said...

Son Two was singing "My little shrimp" until Son One, obviously frustrated by his brother's loud performance tells him, "Dude, that song? Um no. 'It's One Little Slip' besides, Shrimp isn't Kosher." Of course The Huz and I were laughing so hard at this exchange of information we wished we were wearing Depends. (If you aren't familiar with the Barenaked Ladies, the song's main theme is about confusion AND we don't even keep Kosher!)

As for songs to put on your iPod...I'm not up on much of the new stuff. My own feeling is you can never go wrong with Sugar Hill Gang, The Beastie Boys or Harry Chapin.