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From yesterday, I’ve decided that I need one more disc, so I’m changing my mind about counting Stevie Wonder as two discs. After all, it was all written, composed, and released as one work, right?? I’m desperate to add one more disc (even though the whole list will probably change next week!). The addition is:
I was thinking this weekend about the concept of my Desert Island Discs. You know, assuming you had a Discman with a case of batteries or something, which CDs would you take with you to a desert island? And I’m not talking about which discs you “should” take, what other people think are classic records, but which ones you listen to a lot and couldn’t live without. Limit yourself to 10, and no Greatest Hits collections allowed. Here are mine. In no particular order:
- Pixies-Surfer Rosa
- The The-Soul Mining
- Bowie-Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
- Rheostatics-Whale Music
- The Wedding Present-George Best
- The Waterboys-This is the Sea
- Stevie Wonder-Songs in the Key of Life (I guess this counts as two because it’s two discs)
What are yours?
Jish was kind enough to add me to his list of Toronto Blogs. So hurray for Jish, and please go and visit his site now.
In its previous incarnation, this page was where I would list the latest CDs I bought, or the last film I saw, or book I read, whatever. I don’t want to lose that, because it gives people an opportunity to respond, and it just helps me formulize some sort of capsule review (sometimes!), so:
- Modest Mouse-The Moon and Antarctica
- Modest Mouse-This is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About
- Travis-The Man Who
- Chicken Run
- The Perfect Storm
Also, check out my review of Rushmore on Epinions