Still, I gotta admit it felt good to just throw the thing together, to just start dragging in tracks and slapping them in haphazard order. Maybe it's a little messier than usual—hell, maybe even a tad dissonant at times—but I hope you find something in there you really dig.
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I know you can't hate on this one.
Track 1: YTCracker – "Swygar"
Damn, Rygar had an amazing soundtrack!
Z's 1st interlude: "A rudderless ship."
My first and last solid metaphor of the show.
Track 2: Mikal kHill – "Damien (Morrowind to Cyradiil)"
kHill's buy product drops tomorrow, but I've already heard it. It is excellent, and you should pick it up.
Track 3: Busdriver – "Everyday Oblivion"
"Motherfucking penguin suit!"
Track 4: Phil Retrospector – "Killing Kids"
There were a lot of MGMT mash-ups making the rounds there for a while, but I just happened to find this one sitting on my desktop. No idea how/when it got there.
Track 5: Kirby Krackle – "One More Episode"
KK tend to have pretty solid videos, but this one is truly something special.
Track 6: Alestorm – "That Famous Ol' Spiced"
I started to play some Dethlehem here—I'm going to see those guys in Charlotte again next weekend—but went with pirate metal instead.
Z's 2nd interlude: "Ruining your high."
/glances at Larry
Track 7: Dj Moule – "303 is TNT"
I wanna say this particular bootleg is at least a couple of years old. Kinda surprised I've never played it!
Track 8: Abinox – "Absolute No Give Up"
I couldn't in good conscience not play a song called "Absolute No Give Up."
Track 9: rockleetist – "Laika (English)"
Did this one bring you down? It… it brought me down.
Track 10: Klopfenpop – "Prime Obsession"
Oh course then Klopf picked shit right back up again. With maths.
Z's final interlude: "Protracted crock-pot related analogies."
Track 11: Tribe One – "Midlife Crisis (ft. Adam WarRock)"
I sometimes worry that many don't yet realize what an amazing talent Niles truly is. I really wish he could tour more. And release that goddamn full-length!
Next up is my annual holiday episode, so feel free to hit me up with your yuletide picks. After that comes my year-ender; I've been squirreling away tracks for that one for months. And after that?
A whole new year, my friends. A whole new year.