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Thursday, February 01, 2007

Name One Song That Gets You in the Mood

Today's Vibes:

Hot Water Music - Caution
Lard - The Last Temptation of Reid
Static-X - Cannibal advance
Motley Crue - New Tattoo
Novembers Doom - The Novella Reservoir advance
The Lashes - Get It
Night Kills the Day - The Study of Man... advance



We're getting closer to Valentine's Day, so go with your heart and not your mind and come up with one song that puts you right in the mood...

I'm going with Barry White's "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More Baby"

10 comments:

Inconsequential said...

lucretia my reflection :)

spoon said...

Half the music you listen to, I've never heard of. I gotta get out more! Getting it on music, as it's nearing valentines day, I would say Roxy music and the City of Angels Soundtrack. And I'm a sucker for a rock ballad, an eg would be Def Leppard - Love Bites.

Metal Mark said...

Nothing really because music doesn't put me in the mood for that.

fredcharles said...

I agree with Mark. If I had to put something on, I would probably listen to a mixtape of slower Lou Barlow and Sebadoh songs...or Pelican, lol.

On My Watch said...

Moondance, Van Morrison

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Sisters of Mercy, I like that, Inconsequential! Spoon, I like the Roxy choice. I used to loathe "Love Bites" but I'm more open to it now.

Watch, wonderful choice. I always think of the shower scene in American Werewolf in London with Van Morrison playing, one of the most sensual and erotic scenes in mainstream film. I always think of that when I put on Moondance.

Mark and Fred, I know what you mean, but I suppose I have a variety of emotions that I need nurtured by different types of music.

On My Watch said...

That movie is one of my all time favs. Maybe it had more of an influence on me than I realized.

...and it's a full moon cycle, too. oh no!

"Stay on the road. Keep clear of the moors."

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Words to live by, for sure! I was pretty durned creeped out after seeing that film in the 80s. Classic stuff.

etain_lavena said...

Anything by HIM....

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

I need to sit down and have a closer listen to HIM, Etain...I've only had casual listens and know he's got a large cult of listeners out there, which is why I pay attention at least...my gut is telling me he's a potential modern Goth lord where Peter Murphy, Robert Smtih and Andrew Aldritch were before him