Friday, April 20

Friday Random Ten: If you see your mom this weekend, will you be sure and tell her . . . SABAN! SABAN! SABAN! SABAN!

Who's got two index fingers and wouldn't piss on you if you were on fire? This guy.

Yes, I know I already made that joke during the online chat for "EDSBS Live," but I'm making it again because I'll be heading to Tuscaloosa tomorrow to tailgate with some of the guys from Roll Bama Roll before the annual A-Day Game. Make that the Golden Flake A-Day Game. (Does G-Day have a corporate sponsor yet? If not, I say we go after Delta first, and then the Cheetah if that doesn't pan out.)

So this whole tailgating-before-the-spring-game thing is catching on. But more importantly, this may give me an opportunity to finally meet the infamous Nick Saban. The day just isn't going to be complete until I get him to call me an asshole. (Or until I plant a big sloppy wet one right on his face -- one or the other.)

But that's for tomorrow . . . for today, the Ten:

1. G. Love and Special Sauce, "Cold Beverage"
2. The Young Fresh Fellows, "Picture Book"
3. Underworld, "New Train" (Live at Benicassim)
4. Pet Shop Boys, "You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk"
5. Folk Implosion, "Natural One"
6. DJ Shadow, "Midnight in a Perfect World" (Gab mix)
7. A Tribe Called Quest, "Crew"
8. The Beastie Boys, "Brass Monkey"
9. Naughty By Nature, "Hip Hop Hooray"
10. Pet Shop Boys, "The Sound of the Atom Splitting"

Your own Random Ten, and where you'd kiss Nick Saban if given the chance, in the comments.


DC Trojan said...

1. Muse, Take a Bow
2. Supergrass, caught by the Fuzz
3. Rolling Stones, Carol
4. The Specials, Guns of Navarone (Live)
5. Ella Fitzgerald, How High the Moon?
6. John Coltrane, Blues to Elvin
7. Depeche Mode, Love in Itself
8. Bruce Springsteen, Old Man Tucker
9. Aphex Twin, Analogue Bubblebath 1
10. The Clash, What's my name?

BTW, did you know it's 30 years since "The Clash" was released? I'm a couple of albums away from feeling very old indeed.

Kanu said...

1. "Living In The Moment" {live}, Jack Johnson

2. "Ready And Willing", Jagged Edge

3. "You Know Us!", Luckyiam

4. "Friday Night (Hundred Dollar Bill)", G. Love & Special Sauce

5. "Cold Outside", Ludacris

6. "I'm The Man", Gangstarr

7. "Bitch Please (feat Xzibit)", Snoop Dogg

8. "Group Four", Massive Attack

9. "You Shall See", G. Love & Special Sauce

10. "Sally Ann", Natalie Merchant

A happy weekend to all.

some chick w/ a boy's name said...

1. Moby, “Natural Blues”
2. The Cure, “Friday I’m in Love”
3. Otis Redding, “These Arms of Mine”
4. Billy Joel, “Just the Way You Are”
5. Depeche Mode, “Blasphemous Rumours”
6. Allman Brothers, “Ramblin’ Man”
7. Indigo Girls, “Three Hits”
8. U2, “Angel of Harlem”
9. Depeche Mode, “World in My Eyes”
10. Snow Patrol, “Hands Open”

kleph said...

locust abortion technique. a classic. i'm as awed seeing on your blog today as i was seeing on the chat last tuesday.

your next assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to work "the shaw sleeps in lee harvey's grave" into next week's chat somehow.


1) "she's got eyes that tell lies" - the lyres
2) "god damn job" - the replacements
3) "big brown eyes" - the dB's
4) "newark wilder" - pavement
5) "my little rainbow" - east river pipe
6) "it's only divine right" - the new pornographers
7) "my past lives" - too much joy
8) "folly" - camper van beethoven
9) "invisible sun" - the police
10) "an honest mistake" - the bravery

Zen Bubba said...

So as I understand it the defense at the game was so bad that even Alabama was able to score 3 times.