Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Tuneville: Top 50

According to my computer, this is my TOP 50!

(Some surprise appearances, but I feel confident in stating that this is a list of SUPERIOR music!)

1. Before- Caligula.
2. Dancing on the Jetty- INXS
3. Tennessee Stud- Johnny Cash
4. That Mellow Saxophone - Big Town Playboys
5. I Stay Away -Alice In Chains
6. Take Five - Dave Brubeck Quartet

7. Dirty Harry- The Gorillaz
8. The Best Is Yet To Come- Tony Bennett
9. I Sucked A Lot Of Cock- Regurgitator
10. Wanted Man- Johnny Cash
11. Ball and Chain- Janis Joplin and the Fulltilt Boogie Band
12. Honky Tonk Train Boogie (1939)- Bob Zurke
13. The Best Is yet To Come- Stacey Kent
14. Come Together- The Beatles
15. Too Darn Hot- Stacey Kent
16. Temptation- New Order
17. The Good Life-Ray beadle
18. My Daddy Rocks Me- Blue Harlem
19. Feel Good Inc.- The Gorillaz
20. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me- Duke Ellington
21. Redemption- Johnny Cash
22. Who Is He (And What Is He To You?)- Bill Withers
23. Bound to Ramble- John Butler
24. Helicopter- Bloc Party
25. The Fallen- Franz Ferdinand
26. Love Is Here to Stay- Frank Sinatra
27. Get Back- The Beatles
28. Ball and Biscuit- The White Stripes
29. Better Get Hit in Yo' Soul- Charles Mingus
30. I Just Want To Make Love To You- Blue Harlem
31. Heroin- The Velvet Underground
32. Boys Better- The Dandy Warhols
33. Love Me Or Leave Me- Sammy Davis Jr.
34. Shout, Sister, Shout- Lucky Millinder
35. All That Meat And No Potatoes- Louis Armstrong
36. James River Blues- Old Crow Medicine Show
37. Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive- Johnny Mercer
38. This Modern Love- Bloc Party
39. Kiss the Dirt (Falling Down the Mountain)- INXS
40. Wonderwall-Oasis
41. Cocaine Habit- Old Crow Medicine Show
42. Just Keep Walking- INXS
43. Dream It Down- Underground Lovers
44. No Excuses- Alice In Chains
45. You Can't Always Get What You Want- The Rolling Stones
46. New Virginia Creeper- Old Crow Medicine Show
47. War- Edwin Starr
48. King of the Road- Roger Miller
49. Rock Me Like A Titan- The Hyperions
50. Hard Times- The Cruel Sea

Diggsville Tunes! 2006 RADDEST!

After my last RANT, I thought a little about it. And I can't do any better.

I think I only bought FIVE albums that were released last year. So how the hell can I do better then the listeners/voters of JJJ's chart?

One of those albums I wouldn't even bother to run..... but it gets points for showing up...


1. Broken Boy Soldiers: The Raconteurs.
2. Peeping Tom: Mike Patton & crew.
3. A Hundred Highways: Johnny Cash
4. Monsters on 45: Zombina & The Skeletones
5. Suspended by Stars: The Wonderstuff

Any I missed?


Friday, January 26, 2007

So we just spent the day listening to JJJ Hottest 100.

And I am GLAD that todays youth are having their civil liberties taken away from them from todays government COS THEY WOULDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THEIR FREEDOM IF THEY HAD IT!!!!!

Fucking christ! What a bunch of derivitive, bland bunch of average crap!!!

HOW THE FUCK DID KAYNE WEST get on the charts??

Was it his INSPIRED formula of taking a great song (Curtis Mayfeilds' "Moving on Up") sampling a loop and then hitting REPEAT and then rapping ATROCIOUSLY over it??!!


Aside from that... a great day was had at the Love Shack! Beers, gin cocktails, bbq'd meats, live webcams sunshine, australian FLAG tattoo's on cleavages and good company!!

Tomorrow I may post up MY top 50 songs!

Tune in!

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Feel the HEAT!

It might be a good thing that I'm not house sharing these days.

In this heat (30-40 degree's) I've just been striping off the layers of clothes until I can't go no more.

I was going to post a photo..... but decided against it.

Friday, January 19, 2007


I've been away from the internet for the last 2 weeks.

Still waiting for it to be hooked up at home. Should be good in the next few days.

Expect a return to our normal publishing schedule at that time.

In the mean time there is these breaking news items:

I bought a scooter for $15 from K-Mart! My transport problems ARE OVER! (except I rode a bike the other night and it was fun!)

Trying to get tickets for the Australian Open.

Trying to get my hands on a fishtank.

Trying to get my eye back in on the drawing front. Attempting such projects as a painting, t-shirt designs and just plain, old fashioned sketching. It's remarkably harder then I thought it'd be!