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22 September 2006


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Standing in the shower - Janes Addiction
People are People - Depeche Mode
April 26th, 1992 - Sublime (Where were YOU during the Rodney King trial? I was in SF and the riots were nuts)
Where are we running - Lenny Kravitz
Crafy - Beastie Boys
Connected - Sopranos Theme
Dani California - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire - Social Distortion
Mirror in the Bathroom - English Beat
Owner of a lonley heart - YES

That's my runner's playlist.



1. The Crying Game from the movie of the same name, sung by Boy George. It’s really a beautiful song.
2. Bigger is Better from Howard Crabtree’s When Pigs Fly. Not it’s not about what you think. ;)
3. Joseph all the Time from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
4. At the Ballet from A Chorus Line
5. Land of Canaan by the Indigo Girls
6. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down by Joan Baez. I’ve always loved Joan.
7. Montage, Part 1: Hello, Twelve from A Chorus Line
8. Hawaiian Wedding Song from When Pigs Fly. Just imagine what a gay wedding would have been like if it had become legal in Hawaii in the 90's and then make it funnier. ;)
9. Livin’ La Vida Loca by Ricky Martin. This should probably be on my “embarrassment” playlist. ;)
10. Halloween from Rent. You can’t possibly still be surprised that I have so much Broadway music, right? Right?



Sigh ... this is the embarrasment list:

1. “Time, Love And Tenderness” -- Michael Bolton & Lucy Lawless

2. “Oh, Baby Baby” -- Smokey Robinson & Lucy Lawless

3. "Whenever I Call You Friend" -- Kenny Loggins & Lucy Lawless

4. "Footloose" -- Kenny Loggins & Lucy Lawless

5. “I'll Never Love This Way Again" -- Dionne Warwick & Lucy Lawless

6. "I Say A Little Prayer" -- Dionne Warwick & Lucy Lawless

7. “I'll Be Right Here Waiting For You"
-- Richard Marx & Lucy Lawless

8. "My Immortal" -- Evanescence

9. "Burial" - XWP Soundtrack, S1 -- Lucy Lawless

10. "Tango to Evora" -- Loreena McKennit

A one-track mind is a terrible thing, but I still hold Christie personally responsible for this thing that has happened to me!

Nancy Campbell

Pfffft...you are grumpy. *duck*

Oh...I suppose I'll forgive ya, all things considered.

1) Rapture--Blondie (Brings back youthful memories)
2) Freeway Of Love--Aretha Franklin (just a fun ditty that I like to wiggle to *I DO NOT dance*)
3) Victim of Love--The Eagles (It's the Eagles, there is no explanation)
4) Catch me While I'm Sleeping--P!ink (so I'm predictable)
5) Set Me On Fire--Type O Negative (what deep dark vamp doesn't listen to Type O?)
6) Full Circle--Loreena McKennitt (my light side)
7) Love Song--P!nk (yea)
8) Goodnight Moon--Shivaree (I *LOVE* this song, first heard it on Kill Bill 2, I play it on a loop most times)
9) Stigmata Martyr--Abney Park (local Seattle band, most popular in Cali so they don't play here much, I love their music: http://www.abneypark.com/)
10) Plaster Caster--KISS (*incredulous look* How did that get in there??)


This is my "deadline weekend" edition. Glad to be back on iPod Fridays now that the Pet Fair is over....

1. Beautiful, Me'Shell Ndegeocello
2. Put Your Lights On, Santana w/ Everlast
3. Two Sides to Every Story, Etta James
4. Countenance, Beth Orton
5. When I Changed My Life, Pretenders
6. Troubled Mind, Everything But the Girl
7. Never Givel All the Heart, Chieftains
8. Too Lost in You, Sugarbabes
9. Train Song, Holly Cole (great Canadian, relatively unknown here)
10. Go-Go Gadget Gospel, Gnarls Barkley


Oh no you didn't just call us bitches....

1-Almost Blue
Elvis Costello
2-Summer Winds
Frank Sinatra
3-Hammer and a Nail
Indigo girls
Jimmy Cliff
5-Do the Dog
The Specials
6-Here comes the summer
The Undertones
7-The Passenger
Iggy Pop
8-Really saying something
9-One Bright Day
Ziggy Marley
10-Midnight Radio
From Hedwig and the Angry Inch

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