More evidence of a Ron Paul/Radiohead Conspiracy!

from the comments section to a radiohead video on youtube:

Click here for The Theory.

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the radiohead - ron paul venn diagram

just an observation:

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Cities. / Thanksgiving.



1. Vangelis - "Blade Runner Suite Part 17" [edit] (Blade Runner)

2. The Chromatics - "In the City" [demo version] (Body Language, Vol. 4 (DJ Dixon))

3. Toy - "Rabbit Pushing Mower" (DJ Kicks: Annie)

4. Black Moth Super Rainbow - "Rollderdisco" (Dandelion Gum)

5. Glass Candy - "Rolling Down the Hills"

6. The Tough Alliance - "A New Chance" (A New Chance)

7. Cut Copy w/ Fade - "So Haunted" (In Ghost Colours)

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Gotham's Greed - Thanksgiving Mix '07

Here we go. Repeats are due to the fact that I mostly just listen to what my friends send me rapidshare links to. And they find good shit on rapidshare.

Get it.

  1. Star Guitar - Shinichi Osawa ft. Au Revoir Simone - A cover of an electronic song. Love that concept. Better than the original.
  2. Simon Says - Pharaohe Monch - Remember when Kavinsky dropped this bomb before Daft Punk went on? DO YOU?
  3. Do You Remember the First Time - Pulp - Dan, remember when we heard this song playing you put this song on the jukebox in the bar? Then you put it on your mix for which I give you thanks. This shit has been on loop ever since
  4. Please Sunrise - Supermayer - A gem on an otherwise strangely shitty superstar album
  5. Atlas - Battles
  6. Barry Bonds - Kanye West ft. Lil Wayne - I don't understand this song. Like, at all. But now that Bonds has been indicted it's been imbued with some kind of horribly abstract meaning (more than before). Anything Weezy cannot foresee?
  7. Pony - Ginuwine
  8. Trust - Prince
  9. Can't Hurt My Style - Cam'ron - Cam goes grime and it's awesome
  10. Come Undone - Duran Duran - Thanks Andy D
  11. When the Sun Grows on Your Tongue - Black Moth Super Rainbow - Horrible album title, horrible song title, horrible band name. Love this song.
  12. Breezin' - Cornelius
  13. I'm So Tired - The Beatles
  14. Ruler of My Heart - Irma Thomas - McNulty reminded me how good this song is
  15. Stars - Hum - This shit is in some Nissan commercial or something. Thanks Nissan for bringing it back.
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making sweet love to monster ballads after eating too many thanksgiving leftovers

order is not important.
here is the mix. here are the trax:

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Simon Adebisi

HERE is my mix under 30 minutes.

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Giving Thanks For Mixes

Every year each member of Cosmodrome creates their own mix to keep them entertained on planes, distract themselves from family, and digest leftovers. We now provide these mixes to you, dear reader, too:

Nate's Mix
("All I ask is to put the Los Campesinos! song at the start and the Hatchback at the end. The rest is for you to decide... ")

Trina's Mix

Dan's Mix

MWang's Mix

Alex's mix

Mahoney's Mix

Booyahbaisse's Mix

Scott's Mix

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Meniscal Tears: A Mix

This place has gone too long without any music, so HERE or HERE is some music to dance to despite a couple bum knees.

1. Midnight Juggernauts: “Shadows (Ajax Remix)” (Dystopia)
2. Hot Chip: “Shake a Fist” (Shot Down In Flames)
3. Future of the Left: “Fingers Become Thumbs” (Curses)
4. Notorious B.I.G.: “Party & Bullshit (Ratatat Remix)” (Remixes Vol. 2)
5. Matthew Dear: “Deserter (Four Tet Remix)” (Deserter Promo)
6. Scenario Rock: “Both Gotta Move On (Sebastian Remix)”
7. Pulp: “Do You Remember The First Time?” (His ‘n Hers)
8. Liars: “Plaster Casts of Everything” (Liars)
9. Blue States: “Allies” (First Steps Into)
10. Kylie Minogue: “2 Hearts (Studio Version)”
11. Muscles: “Ice Cream” (Guns Babes and Lemonade)
12. Boyz Noize: “Let’s Buy Happiness” (Oi Oi Oi)
13. Love And Rockets: “Mirror People ‘88”(Sorted! Best of…)
14. Robyn: “Since U Been Gone”

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Jaguar Calling

The Washington Post has created a formula to determine the level of reputational damage to bands that lend their songs out to stooge for products.

The formula is, of course, named for Richard Melville Hall.

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"I have to go now. My planet needs me." Note: Jacko died on the way back to his home planet

Last night was the premiere of Justin Timberlake's FutureSex/LoveShow on HBO, a cavalcade of spinning stages, projections on gauzy columns, lasers, walls of space age sound equipment, hydraulic risers, and scantily clad dancers. The only people that rivaled the lack of clothing were the permed bridge-n-tunnelers shown in the audience, screaming their eyes out, beer cups raised in joy.

While JTim might be this generation's Michael Jackson, he lacks the consummate showmanship of Jacko.

For example, let's look at how each one ends a show to decide which is better:

  • Justin Timberlake ended his show with a ballad on the piano and then, with tears in his eyes, thanked the audience, truly and sincerely, for coming.
  • Michael Jackson on the other hand decided to end his 1992 concert in Bucharest by taking off from stage strapped to a jet pack and flying over the audience, presumably on his way to meet Captain EO:

winner: MJ

Also of Note: One person who didn't benefit from the broadcast of the show in high definition was Timbaland, who would randomly rise from and then lumber onto the stage. Dude looked like right before the show he bench-pressed a cow then dipped it in nacho cheese and ate it.

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