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Top 40 Hit Take 15

In the spirit of today’s theme of shitting on cookie cutter pop hits, the Axis of Awesome.

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Tom “God” Brady.

Just Another AFC Player of the Week Award for Tom “God” Brady, tied for most ever with 22, NBD.

This Dude is Enamored w/ Lil Wayne’s Guitar Shredding Skills

?;^)

Dave Grohl & KG Talk Pop/Rock Hits

Ok so to write a hit, it basically just goes Chorus, Chorus, Prechorus, Chrous, Verse (kinda), Chorus, Prechorus, Chorus, Chorus, Chorus, Finale, Chorus.

also, “Most white people dance to the lyrics” <– True.

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Top 40 Hit Take 14

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I F*cking Love Pink Floyd

 

Introducing Kid Chocolate

Cuban-American Boxer, Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin

At 6’1” weighing in at 160lbs, WBO Middleweight Champion of the World, and potentially the Future of American Boxing, Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin. Fighting out of Brooklyn, this dude recently whooped the formidable Frenchman Hassan N’Dam, giving N’Dam his first career loss and improving his own record to a perfect 28-0 (20 knockouts).

1 of the 6 knockdowns for Quillin on 10/20/12

Kid Chocolatetakes his nickname, in honor of the legendary and the original “Kid Chocolate,” Black Cuban Eligio Sardiñas Montalvo, who rose to boxing stardom in the 1930s with an insane career record of 136-10-6. I guess they fought a little more often back in the day huh? Shit. The new Kid Chocolate, Peter Quillin, is an absolute beast and is going to be a major contributor to the face of American boxing in the present. With all the most diesel American athletes now in the NFL, NBA, and MMA, Boxing has sort of taken a back seat in the public eye. But whatever, Middleweights are the new Heavyweights right? So keep an eye out for Kid Chocolate.

Peter Quillin

This Day in Rock: Led Zeppelin

 

October 23, 1976, Led Zeppelin made their US television debut on Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert, they performed ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Dazed And Confused’

 

 

http://thisdayinmusic.com

On My Playlist

Indian Group of Seven

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Formed in the 1970s, their name a reference to the (Canadian) Group of Seven impressionistic painters of the 1920s, the following seven Native American painters held several art exhibitions together in the 1970s. They’re mostly self-taught and many of their paintings are trippy.

Daphne Odjig (93 years old)

Potawatomi

To Endure

Alex Janvier

Morning Star

Sky Reader

Untitled

Jackson Beardy

Birdcalls

Love of Birds

Eddy Cobiness

Thunderbird

Birds in the Sky

Norval Morrisseau

As the Artist Sees Himself

Fish Bird

Carl Ray

The Bear

Recreation Myth

Spider Woman

Joseph Sanchez

Raven Portrait

Local Showcase: Truman Highway

Hyde Park, MA

American Heavy Metal

The legends tell of a great power, lying dormant in the heart of Boston. A power to be used for good or evil. That power is Truman Highway. Currently jamming in Allston, Truman Highway is looking to display its unique form of American Heavy metal to the eyes and ears of headbangers worldwide. With a thundering three song demo produced by the legendary Pete Rutcho, and an alliance with the Throggship Convoy, Truman Highway is here to party!

These guys are ridiculously talented. Check out the relentless thrashing and double bass on “Disasternation” and “High and Dry.” Admittedly I am not well-versed in the world of heavy metal, but I respect the shit out of the musicianship of many metal-heads. I recently saw Truman Highway  at the Beachcomber in Quincy, MA and they were ridiculously awesome. So impressive, it was just an all around great display of heavy metal. They “went in,” as the urban youth say. (<-dud) So enjoy Truman Highway, for the good of the rock.

On My Playlist

Jeff the Brotherhood

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Patriots Recap from the Nosebleeds

Absolutely perfect day for football. Lovely New England foliage, grilled meats, Pats vs. Jets, & Beahs.

only a few rows from the absolute top

Tebow leading a post-game prayer for both sides? I think?

 

Stupid Jets Fan

I felt more joy from this Nitwit finally shutting up than from the actual win itself. He’s lucky the Pats won. Lubed up fans around him were gettin pissed. Wear your jets jersey to Gillette, sure. But then just sit down and shut up.

PATS WIN! 29-26 (OT)

 

Throwback Time

 

On My Playlist

This Day in Rock: Jimi Hendrix

October 18, 1966 The Jimi Hendrix Experience played their first gig as a band in France. 

 

 

http://thisdayinmusic.com

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