Let’s Remember to Forget :: A Playlist

Let’s Remember to Forget :: A Playlist Let’s Remember to Forget Saturday Playlists A Face in the Crowd :: Tom Petty All Apologies :: Sinead O’Connor Losing Your Mind :: The Lemonheads A Sorta Fairytale :: Tori Amos For Me This Is Heaven :: Jimmy Eat World It Doesn’t Matter :: Depeche Mode I’m On Fire :: Bruce Springsteen Walking After You :: Foo Fighters Solsbury Hill :: Peter Gabriel I Remember You :: Skid Row I Wish It Would Rain :: The Temptations Forget Her :: Jeff Buckley Summer of Drugs :: Soul Asylum Don’t You (Forget About Me) … Continue reading Let’s Remember to Forget :: A Playlist

This spot was a playground :: VOTD

Black Gold :: Soul Asylum from the album, Grave Dancers Union Black Gold is a 1993 single performed by the Minneapolis rock band Soul Asylum. It, along with the band’s more famous hit Runaway Train, helped bring their album, Grave Dancers Union to a multi-platinum level. The song was written by Soul Asylum’s lead singer Dave Pirner. It was the second single from their album, Grave Dancers Union. The meaning of the song has been the topic of many debates. Some fans state that it simply is about racism and/or black soldiers fighting in a war (“You’re a black soldier, white fight“). Other disagree and claim it is … Continue reading This spot was a playground :: VOTD

I couldn’t see I was lost at the time :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: Art by Wlodzimierz Kuklinski “I didn’t know I was lost at the time, so I went looking for an exit sign.” It was time to leave, time to go, time to follow the waning sound of music away on down the u-turned road. The red dye is fading, maybe she will let it leave her forever, blending into what only comes naturally. Does she even remember who she is underneath, anything real and natural, does it exist anymore? She leaves “Isabel” on the side of the street, next to three misshapen trees, their branches bending as … Continue reading I couldn’t see I was lost at the time :: SOTD