Random 10 for July 28, 2008
1. Chromeo, “Momma’s Boy.” Love the Supertramp “Dreamer”-style electric piano in the intro, and the transition into Chromeo’s trademark early ’80s synth-R&B groove. Somewhere, Roger Troutman is smiling.
2. Jim Noir, “Look Around You.”
3. Alice Smith, “Know That I…”
4. Evangelicals, “How Do You Sleep?”
5. Thunderclap Newman, “Something In the Air.” Pete Townshend produced the band’s only disc, Hollywood Dream, and if for some reason you think that “Air” is all these men accomplished, you’re deadly wrong. This should have gone on much longer.
6. Remy Shand, “The Way I Feel.”
7. Datarock, “Nightflight…”
8. MC Paul Barman, “School Anthem.”
9. Todd Rundgren, “Mighty Love.”
10. Office, “Wound Up.” Don’t exactly know what’s going on with this band: “Wound Up” was accepted as a free download of the week on iTunes about a year and half ago, and the Chicago group’s debut disc on Scratchie, A Night at the Ritz, came out in late ’07, but six months later the group was sloughing off members and had asked to be released from its contract. Strange animal, this business.
Buy Tickets View all
Message Sent Successfully
Be Sure to Check Out Our Top Headlines
- 83911Oklahoma tornadoes: 'It took it all'
- 66115Oklahoma weather: Severe storm updates
- 33602Oklahoma State football: Limiting Wes Lunt's transfer options makes Mike Gundy look bad
- 20416Oklahoma weather: Crews work to clear storm damage in Oklahoma City as the state braces for severe weather Sunday.
- 18059Oklahoma Severe Storm Updates
- 13064Oklahoma sucker-punched by second round of twisters
- 9549Oklahoma City tornado so large, may not be recognized, officials say
- 8530Bounty hunters look for bail jumpers, fugitives on the streets of Oklahoma City
- 8480Oklahoma football: Jay Norvell working on luring a tall group of wide receivers to Norman
- 8114Oklahoma City Thunder: What could Serge Ibaka learn from Hakeem Olajuwon?
Back to share with a friend form.
Add More Recipients