Friday, July 21, 2006

It's Booty Bugaloo!

There was once a time, not too long ago, that I made at least one mix CD a week for myself. Sadly my recent schedule has not allowed this weekly mix making to continue so I was happy when I had the time to make a Happy Booty Bugaloo Trip the Light Fantastic Dance mix yesterday. Here's about half of it.

Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City
Ghostland Observatory - Piano Man
Peter Bjorn and John - Young Folks
The French Kicks - Knee High
33Hz - Digital Lover
The Pipettes - It Hurts to See You Dance So Well
Jim Noir - Key of C
A.C. Newman - Miracle Drug
Islands - Jogging Gorgeous Summer
Art Brut - Good Weekend

Stay tuned for the Red Blondehead dancehall hit "Booty Bugaloo." We're currently holding auditions for people that can say "booty" 50 times in 10 seconds. A sampling of the lyrical brilliance:
Booty booty booty!
Boo-oo-oo-ty!
Booty Bugaloo!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Grammar Nazi #13 said...

Forgive my grammar Nazism, but shouldn't it be "Peter, Bjorn And John" - as there are three (main) people in the group (y'know: Peter, Bjorn and John)? Otherwise, it looks as if the group consists of one Peter Bjorn and some guy named John.
But they also screwed it up on their own album covers, as well as on their website, so I guess they are to blame for the confusion, no?
Oh, yeah, and your "word" verification isn't actually a real word...

4:09 PM  
Blogger Leah said...

that "Piano Man" song scares me. I was expecting a nice, soft Billy Joel cover. Whoops.

Love,
Leah, who is really hoping grammar nozi #13's post is tongue-in-cheek.

5:35 PM  
Anonymous Grammar Nazi #13 said...

No, it was not tongue-in-cheek, it was fist-to-table, damnit. Why do Peter & Bjorn have to confuse us like this? Poor John is guilty by association, but too bad; he should've set them straight before the first album cover .psd file was sent to the printer. Now, they are forever a two-man group as far as the average Joe Sixpack can tell (although, said simpleton would probably be listening to country & western instead of indie).
BTW, an average, average guy is pretty darn average.

And it's Nazi, with an "a" not "o" :•{

6:42 PM  
Anonymous Mr k said...

The grammar nazi makes a valid point though but it doesn't really matter.

12:28 PM  
Blogger Leah said...

country and western rule. long live dwight yoakam--neither is that tongue in cheek. =)

7:02 PM  

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