Friday, March 12, 2010

The Rhetorical Situation, March 12, 2010

On today's Rhetorical Situation, Jacob and I introduced Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings and Broken Bells before finishing the show with the first band we ever played, Mount St. Helens Vietnam Band.

Our best show ever? I won't say it's not.

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The playlist:

So Called, "You Are Never Alone"
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, "How Do I Let a Good Man Down?"
Julian Casablancas, "Eleventh Dimension"
Local Natives, "World News"
Bloc Party, "Positive Tension"
Viva Voce, "Paper Doll"
Wilco, "Impossible Germany"
Real Estate, "Fake Blues"
Julian Casablancas, "Out of the Blue"
Portugal. The Man, "The Dead Dog"
Harlem Shakes, "Niagara Falls"
Rod Stewart, "Tonight I'm Yours (Don't Hurt Me)"
Hockey, "Learn to Lose"
Broken Bells, "The Ghost Inside"
Yeasayer, "Rome"
Neutral Milk Hotel, "Holland, 1945"
Mount St. Helens, "Albatross, Albatross, Albatross"
Beck, "High 5 (Rock the Catskills)"


Dennis said...

It was an excellent show. You should take that shit on the road.

Dennis said...

I mean, there was synchronicity and everything.

Travis said...

Thanks, Dennis. On the road? Do you think there's money it in for us if we take our show on the road? Is synchronicity some kind of high yield investment?