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Monday, January 16


This is a concept that was introduced to me by fellow DMer: Jace. Its called:
"I cannot belive you dont have this album" club.
Its more of an approach than a club. When you look at your MP3 collection there are a couple of must have must haves. Those classics that when you mention them at dinner parties and the recipient of you conversation goes:" who?" you can safetly say (and Loudly might I add) " I cannot believe you dont that this album!!!" you get the picture.
I am actually working on a ICBYDHTAC soundtrack list. This is what I have so far:

  • Garden State
  • Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
  • Laural canyon
  • The life aquatic with steve zizzou
  • Amelie
  • Pulp fiction
  • Motorcycle diaries
The list is much longer, but its my first day back at work, and thinking is a new concept.

Then if you havent heard of these guys, make a effort:
We are Scientists
Brooklyn's We Are Scientists create a kitschy, brash mix of new wave and punk rock on their debut album, For Love and Squalor. Fans of Devo, the Strokes, and Franz Ferdinand should be able to get hip to We Are Scientists. Songs such as "Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt" and "The Scene Is Dead" once more make art rock fashionable enough for both indie rock mainstays and new millennium pop fans.


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