Saturday, June 23, 2007
Will you still love me tomorrow
Yay for summer! I don't know what it is about girl group songs, but they're perfect for summer. I've always been a fan of doo wop. When CDs first came out, I remember going to the record shop with my dad, and he let me pick out one. I chose The Shirelles. Speaking of girl bands, here are some you should check out: The Pipettes, Rocket, The Grates, and the Plasticsines. For some weird reason, "Breakup Season" by Rocket is number one on my itunes most played list. That tells you a lot, doesn't it? It's a simple girly song. As for some oldies, what about "He's A Rebel" by the Crystals! or "Sweet Talking Guy" by the Chiffons!
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Wednesday, June 20, 2007
He walks away, the sun goes down
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Saturday, June 09, 2007
Other people's lives seem more interesting 'cuz they ain't mine
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Sunday, June 03, 2007
Give 'em the boot!
Last year, I went to see Rancid for the very first time at the Fonda. It was super fun. We dressed up in major punk rock attire. We went all out. I wore black skinny jeans, red suspenders, black Rancid tee, skull print neckerchief, studded/zipper hardware belt, with my black chucks. It was a lot of fun. It was exciting to see them open with Ruby Soho and go right into Roots Radical. Such a moment. Did a lot of dancing and jumping around. Good times, fo sho!
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