Friday, August 05, 2016

Stuck In Thee Garage #140: August 5, 2016

If there's one thing in short supply these days, it's thinking. So much energy is generated before an actual thought takes place. This week on Stuck In Thee Garage, I played songs about thinking in hour 2. That doesn't change the fact that most thinking on social media is along these lines:



The thoughtful playlist:

Hour 1
Artist - Song/Album
Protomartyr - Born to Be Wine/2016 Adult Swim Singles Program
Descendents - Shameless Halo/Hypercaffium Spazzinate
Diarrhea Planet - Bob Dylan's Grandma/Turn to Gold
Krill - Happy/Krill
Used Cassettes - President/Rock 'n Rills
Free Pizza - Sighing/Berlin, DE
Versing - Medicine Man/Nude Descending
DMA's - Timeless/Hills End
Pinegrove - Aphasia/Cardinal
A Giant Dog - Too Much Makeup/Pile
Hot Hot Heat - Kid Who Stays in the Picture/Hot Hot Heat
Steve Gunn - The Drop/Eyes on the Lines
Cosmonauts - Be-Bop-a-Loser/A-OK!
Johnny Foreigner - Undevastator/Mono No Aware
Radiohead - Desert Island Disk/A Moon Shaped Pool
Consilience - Grim/Under Our Beds

Hour 2: Thinky
Lyn Collins - Think (About It)/Think (About It)
Beck - Think I'm in Love/The Information
The Cars - Think It Over/Shake It Up
Sloan - People Think They Know Me/Never Hear the End of It
Dinosaur Jr. - I Don't Think So/Without a Sound
Queens of the Stone Age - You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire/Live at the Melkweg, Amsterdam, 6/24/02
Jane's Addiction - Standing in the Shower...Thinking/Nothing's Shocking
Hot Snakes - Think About Carbs/Audit in Progress
Cloud Nothings - No Thoughts/Here and Nowhere Else
Aerosmith - Think About It/Night in the Ruts
Rollins Band - Thinking Cap/Get Some Go Again
Fu Manchu - Thinkin' Out Loud/California Crossing
Lou Reed - Think It Over/Growing Up in Public
Yo La Tengo - Before We Stopped to Think/Stuff Like That There
Matthew Sweet - Thought I Knew You/Girlfriend
Pavement - Father to a Sister of a Thought/Wowee Zowee
Sebadoh - Think (Let Tomorrow Bee)/Bubble and Scrape
The Fall-Outs - One Thought Too Much/Summertime




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