Five Songs, 9/15/2022
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Five Songs, 9/15/2022

Wilco, "Kicking Television"

"Kicking Television" appeared on a tour EP for the A Ghost Is Born tour, and later lent its name to their live record. Here, the track is collected onto Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014, and it's nice to have a rocker like this be widely available again. Wilco was never really just an alt-country band, but it's always fun to hear their style wander around a bit from their assumed baseline.

Coheed and Cambria, "The Gutter"

More like Cornball and Cambria, am I right? (Good thing I'm fine with corny stuff sometimes.)

Tar Babies, "Swarm of Devils"

Bent underground rock from the late 80s/early 90s that never made too much of an impact, but kind of presaged US Maple and the Grifters, which, yes, is an endorsement. I only have this record, but it's a fun trip.

Joseph Haydn, "Symphony no. 92 in G major, Hob I:92 'Oxford': II. Adagio"

Keepin' it fuckin' classy up in this bitch today!

STS x RJD2, "Hold On, Here It Go"

See, classy! Haydn could really use some more "motherfuckers" involved with his music, I think.

This collab record between STS and R2D2 is excellent, by the way.

Joshua Buergel
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