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May 28th, 2007

On Vox: 90s Music Monday: Nerd edition

There's no way I'm going to find videos or even cover art for these. Well, maybe cover art if I had the motivation to look for it, but I'm currently at work and I wanna get out of here as soon as humanly possible, so you'll get no cover art and like it.

These are really random songs from way in the past. They were both introduced to me by girlfriend at the time (who went on to achieve the coveted title of ex-wife) who came across them while DJing at a college station in Newark, DE. Both songs appear to have been recorded by bandloads of nerds, which rules.

The first track is Considering a Move to Memphis by the Colorblind James Experience. I haven't heard any other songs by them, but they actually have a MySpace page with a couple of others. I'll get to it eventually.

00 - Considering a Move to Memphis
The Colorblind James Experience


The next track in this double shot 90s Music Memorial Day Monday is "Spittle on My Chin" by Me, Mom & Morgantaler, a short-lived Canadian ska band (from Toronto, I believe). Again, I haven't heard anything else by them, but they're on MySpace. This song is pretty hilarious.

00 - Spittle On My Chin
Me Mom and Morgentaler




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On Vox: <3 Rudy

One of the best things about having a Chihuahua is that every once in a while, that little fucker just has to tear ass up and down the longest corridor he can find. Crazed look on his face, ears thrown back like he's leaving the atmosphere, panting wildly, he hauls ass from the living room to the bedroom, makes a quick turn, and hauls ass back. He'll do this for a few revolutions and eventually get tired of it, but all you have to do is just clap your hands and yell "GO RUDY GO!!" and he amps back up and keeps the party going. Add a fat wandering black cat for a dash of unpredictability and that's a good five minutes of free entertainment. 

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