katernater: (okay (c) // We're all just spinning)
Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] medland.

How many songs total: 3866
How many hours or days of music: 11 days
Most recently played: "Tonight We Fly" - The Divine Comedy
Most played: "Suite No. 5 in G Major, I. Allemande, BWV 816" - Hugh Laurie (yes, it's a rip of the audio clip from "Skin Deep"), 413 plays

Sort by song title:
First Song:"The A La Menthe (Oceans 12 Edit)" - Nikkfurie
Last Song: "2000 Miles" - Coldplay

Sort by time:
Shortest Song: "Elephant Parade" - Jon Brion (0:28)
Longest Song: "The Goldberg Variations" - Bach (clocking in at 51:19)

Sort by album:
First album:
"9" - Damien Rice
Last album: "Abattoir Blues" - Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

Search the following and state how many songs come up:
Death – 20
Life – 75
Love – 169
Hate – 14
You – 375
Sex – 17 (counting all three versions of "SexyBack" -- holy crap)

I can't decide if I want to play Donna or Ten at [livejournal.com profile] thisisarea42. HALP.
katernater: (h/w // Compelling television)
As far as music videos go, this one is probably my favourite:

This kind of thing? Is what goes on inside my head when I take Sudafed and NyQuil together.
katernater: (dw (10) // Timey-wimey detector)
Today feels like a day for EPIC METAL.

Too bad that Ben Harper is as "metal" as my iPod gets.

Those of you who are still waiting on Christmas presents from me -- [livejournal.com profile] gleam, [livejournal.com profile] fadedluthien, [livejournal.com profile] makemerun, I believe this includes you -- I promise that they're on their way. I'm going to mail everything out when I go to the post office to fill out the paperwork for my passport. Which should be soon. I mean, before Saint Patrick's Day at least. No, seriously.


You know who's metal? MICHAEL PALIN. )

/pointless entry
katernater: (house // ...What were we talking about?)
Good Christ.

Nick Cave's "The Secret Life of the Love Song/The Flesh Made Word" is incredible. Two "lectures" about religion, art, heresy, and the union of all three -- read by the man himself, in his rumbling, achy brogue.

One could drown in a voice like that.

And now you can drown, too: here
katernater: (naked // House can multi-task)
I put my iPod on shuffle when I drive to work in the mornings. Today, I got a trifecta of coincidental awesomeness:

1. MP3 of House's line from "Hunting" ("If memory serves, a quick climb up Mount Gregory and you'd doze through a seal hunt. I can make sure you sleep like a baby tonight.")

2. Barenaked Ladies - "Who Needs Sleep?"

3. MP3 of House's "massage" from "Detox" (which really needs to be heard to be appreciated)

I cannot make this stuff up.

Well, I could. But it wouldn't be finished in time to count as a [livejournal.com profile] cuddy_fest prompt.
katernater: (music // Love is slippery when wet)
I don't know if you can call it "delicious" (unless your taste buds are acclimated to cocaine, garden sod, tobacco or hooker's knee pits), but Keith Richards is apparently writing a memoir, due out in 2010. You might be thinking, "Well, gee. It's 2007. 2010 seems like an awfully long way off, doesn't it? I mean, that's three years from now. Surely they could crank that tome out earlier than that."

To which I riposte: It's Keith Richards. He can barely remember where he left his knee pits.

Nevertheless, I'm going to update my iCal to reflect this occasion.

I'd like a memoir from each of the 'Stones, actually. Charlie Watts, especially, because I've got a thing for drummers. I just found out that he has this habit of sketching every hotel room he ever stays in; 'just diagrams the layout of the furniture and the art on the walls. That's crazy. I also think it'd be great to hear about that time he punched Mick. "Don't ever call me your drummer again. You're my fucking singer."

God, it would have been great to've been a roadie/groupie for the 'Stones. '69-'74, preferably.

Top 5 Bands/Artists Whose Equipment I'd Gladly Schlep Across Continents For Nominal Pay )
katernater: (dw (ten/rose) // She's my plus-one)

I just took the last of my $121 antibiotics (it was, like, a month's supply) and, if you ask me to, I think I'm quite physically capable of singlehandedly moving your couch from Spokane to Bangor. Or at least to the other end of the living room.

Man. I feel like I just got done with The Amazing Race or something. 'Least in Bangkok I'd be getting better coverage.

I also love this song. I literally can't stop listening to it.

ALSO. From [livejournal.com profile] bonorattle.

I usually don't post candid/fan shots of celebrities (some things I just consider to be too invasive), but Hugh is wearing a fedora and it trumps my sense of decency )

Men in hats. Yeeeeah.


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