We've received a few inquiries wondering how we are enjoying the high speed service. Well, essentially we've spent the last three days sitting in the family room with two computers searching up free music to listen to.
Most of it is stuff we haven't heard in years because we never replaced the tapes with CDs, albums were lost, or they were in someone else's collection. Some of tracks we searched up include "So Much Mine" by The Story, "Three Strange Days" by School of Fish, "Close But No Cigar" by Thomas Dolby (w/ Eddie Van Halen on guitar), "Rainbow Child" by the Dan Reed Network, "Chain" by Chris Whitley, "Glutton of Sympathy" by the Jellyfish, "Crew Slut" by Frank Zappa, "So Like Candy" by Elvis Costello, "Dee" by Randy Rhoads, "Lay It Down" by Ratt (ya, that's right, it's got a badass riff), "Changes" by Tesla, and "The Only Time" by Nine Inch Nails.
Since we're on the subject, here's "Dust Radio" by Chris Whitley, the all-time coolest effing song on the planet.