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April 6, 2003: Apparently, I've Gone Crazy

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  A friend and I spent today (Sunday) wandering around the city, contemplating how royally fucked up everything is: Heightened Terror Alert, National Guard with AK-47s wandering freely through NYC subway stations, brunch ration cards not showing up in the mail when the Department of Total Information Control's website says they're going to, and the fact that I am in some sick way actually excited to see the new Vin Diesel movie. Let's face it, September 11th set a really lousy tone for the start of the 21st century, and this war certainly isn't going to help things, so it's apparent that we've all got to change our routines and habits to reflect the new times. (The "Reign of Terror," as my friend rather pessimistically refers to it.) Basically, it's all about cheating. Since brunch is already being rationed by the government, you can kiss the tradition of salmon pate, eggs benedict, and 40 cups of coffee with your pals every Sunday goodbye. Nowadays, it's all about the Sunday afternoon Dim Sum. See how this works? The government is trying to screw you, well you screw them right back! Lost your job and don't have money to blow on foolish materialistic pursuits like you did back in the 90s? Be creative. Write the Great American Pamphlet. Bury all the food in your refrigerator in the backyard and see what grows. Only eat things you catch. (Or find.) Write angry letters to celebrities with corny, outspoken political beliefs. Keep a toothpick tucked behind your ear. Nap excessively. Put apples in your salad. Bet you never tried that, eh? It's delicious! And this list is just for starters. From what I understand, you're apparently an imaginitive S.O.B. with an impressive vocabulary, so let's see what you're made of.
Go Home Productions  Ray of Gob   MP3    *  
Undertones  You've Got my Number (Why don't you use it?)   Hypnotised     
Low Daddies  Bingo, Cowboy!   Gomma Gang Start 2xCD  Compilation. Also includes a Sexual Harassment cover.  *  
Black Keys  Hard Row   Thickfreakness    *  
Fluid  Hey Big Brother   Roadmouth  Rare Earth cover. Does anyone have a copy of the original they'd like to give me? You'd be shocked and awed (to use a little of the more colorful elements of the local dialect) at the kind of looks I get in record stores when I ask for it.  *  
Superlover Cee & Casanova Rud  Come & Get Some   Girls, I Got 'em Locked     
The Faint  Posed to Death   Dance Macabre Remixes    *  
Ike Turner  Baby Makes me Feel Good   His Woman, Her Man Vol. 1    *  
Jesus and Mary Chain  April Skies   Darklands     
Dura Delinquent  I Could Kick Your Habit   Dura Delinquent     
Prefuse 73  Storm Returns   One Word Extinguisher 12"    *  
Wire  Being Watched   Send  I have 271 words to eat.  *  
Billy Childish and the Buff Medways  Nurse Julie   Sympathetic Sounds of Toe Rag  Compilation  *  
Shangri Las  Right Now and Not Later   Greatest Hits     
Henry Kaiser Band  Tell Me   Stoned Again  Compilation of Rolling Stones covers.   
Soulstice  Novus Ordo Seclorum   Classic Elements  Compilation   
Sage Francis  Narcissist   Makeshift Patriot 12"  Anticon does it again.  *  
Lungfish  Friend to Friend in Endtime   20 Years of Dischord 3xCD  Compilation   
Greg Perkins  Yellow Roses   Where Joy Kills Sorrow  Compilation  *  
Los Mockers  My Baby   Complete Recordings    *  
Kyuss  Thong Song   Blues for the Red Sun  When the world does finally end (this October, I'm betting... I was going to start an office pool about this here at FMU, but no one else went for it), I think the music of Kyuss should be played at an unreasonable volume in suburban shopping malls and church parking lots.   
Bert Switzer (performing with the Destroyed)  Power   1977-2002  Go here  *  
Whirlwind Heat  Tan   Do Rabbits Wonder?    *  
Hint Hint  Harry's Ass is a Picnic   Sex is Everything    *  
Boom Bip  Last Walk Around Mirror Lake (Boards of Canada Re-Mix)   12"    *  
Oblivions w/ Mr. Quintron  Live the Life   The Oblivions Play 9 Songs with Mr. Quintron     
(Artist Unknown/Unwilling to ID himself.)  I Took One Step and Fell in Love with You   More Truck Drivers (sic) Songs     
X  Holiday Story   Fourth of July     
Nomads  ESP   Raw and Rare     
Otto Von Schirach  Earjuice Synthesis   Earjuice Synthesis 12"    *  
Asian Dub Foundation  Jericho   Frontline 92-97    *  
Hello  Another School Day   Velvet Tinmine  Compilation  *  
The Kravin' A's  The Picker   Hey Mom! The Garage is on my Foot! Volume One  compilation  *  
Angry Samoans  Haizman's Brain is Calling   The Unboxed Set     
Nervebreakers  Stand Up!   We Want Everything     
100 Flowers  All Sexed Up   100 Years of Pulchritude     
T.A.T.U.  How Soon is Now?   200 KM/H in the Wrong Lane    *  

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