Friday, September 30, 2011


This was a lotta lotta fun!

Requiem - Killing Joke - Killing Joke

The Choral Sea - Split Enz - True Colours

Horoscope - No Zu - No Age

New Life - Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell

When We Hit The Ground - Monnone Alone - 7"

Hospital - The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers

A Chicken With It's Head Cut Off - The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs

Mis'ry is my Middle Name - Warren and John Ellis - Where Joy Meets Sorrow

Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan - Bringing it all Back Home

Going Up - Echo and the Bunnymen - Crocodiles

Overground - Siouxise and the Banshees - The Scream

Primitive - Killing Joke - Killing Joke

Aint No Fun - AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

Miss Judy's Farm - The Faces - A Nod is as Good as a Wink to a Blind Horse

Thought Ballune - Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Unknown Mortal Ochestra

Puppet to the Man - Kurt Vile - Smoke Ring For My Halo

Sweet Jane - Blue Aeroplanes - Loved E.P.

Just What I Needed - The Cars - The Cars

Hanging Around - The Stranglers - Rattus Norvegicus

Release the Beast - Breakwater - Discovered: A Collection of Daft Funk Samples

Wipeout Beat - Alan Vega - Saturn Strip

Hanging On - Active Child - You Are All I See

Pale Shelter - Tears for Fears - The Hurting

Whatever Leads Me to You - Geoffery Oconnor - Vanity is Forever

Cry Cry Cry - Roxy Music - Manifesto

Sulky Girl - Robert Palmer - Looking For Clues

Scanners - Assassins 88 - New Weird Australia Compilation

Ashes in the Fall - Rage against the Machine - The Battle of Los Angeles

El Rodeo - Kyuss - ....and the circus leaves town

Cantina - Richard Davies - Telegraph

Air - Frente - Shape

Sunrise - Transformer - CDR

Something in the Way - Nirvana - Nevermind

May This Be Love - The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are you Experienced

Happiness is a Warm Gun - The Beatles - The White Album

Words of Love - Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Zuma

California - Low - The Great Destroyer

Love is What I Say - INXS - The Swing

When Love Breaks Down - Pre Fab Sprout - Steve McQueen

Planet Health - Chairlift - Does You Inspire You

The Quiet Planet - Solar Bears - She Was Colored In

Eighties - Killing Joke - Night Time

Acting Out - Iron Curtain - Artifact

Honeymine - Korralleven - Honeymine E.P.

Eat Yr Heart - HTRK - Work (

Sometimes - My Bloody Valentine - Loveless

Carry Me Ohio - Sun Kill Moon - Ghosts of the Great Highway

Time Has Told Me - Nick Drake -- Five Leaves Left

Goodnight Irene - Dutch Tilders - Working Man

Heart Attack and Vine - Tom Waits - Heart Attack and Vine

Coming Apart at Every Nail - Neil Young - Hawks and Doves

Red Hot - Robert Gordon w Link Wray

Faith/Void - Bill Callahan - Sometimes I wish we Were an Eagle

Thursday, September 1, 2011


The smorning I wondered at our insistence on differentiating between the
fork and the the spoon/fork or spork.

Is this necessary? Does the little bit of spoon in the fork
actually aid the eating of food? Are there certain foods one might choose
a spork over a fork or does it just come down to which one comes out of the

If you pull a spork out but were intending upon a fork do you really go back through
the drawer and acquire a fork? Or do you stay with the spork?

Or if you pulled out a fork but had in mind to utilise a spork do you hunt
down said spork or just think, fuck it, a fork will do? And if you are the latter,
what food is it that so requires a spork?

In short: Is it necessary to differentiate in name between
the fork and spork, if so, why?

For the record....although I find the term spork comical, Im happy to call both
utensils forks and alternate their use between foods.