Saturday, June 5, 2010

The Falling Rain...

i need to make this a quick post since i'm going to my little brothers b-day in a bit. i gotta go pick up my grandma, so that's going to take some time. still, i hope today will be fun and full of good memories for once!!! oh, and i hope you all will still check out the Scott Pilgrim series. i finished volume two last night and it was most excellent!!!

for some more 90's nostalgia, let's check out Luscious Jackson.



some of you might think i'm really reaching here for post worthy material, and just going through the bins and bins and bins of old music that's long forgotten. well, it's my freekin' blog and i can post whatever i want too!!! okay, so anyway this all female rock/dance group formed in 1991 in manhattan, new york and were quickly discovered by The Beastie Boys, and were the first act signed to their grand royal label. the girls would all eventually break up in 2000 though...



one thing i will always remember is seeing these ladies play on the show The Adventures of Pete and Pete. it just goes to show you how awesome nickelodeon was in the 90's and how most shows today don't have the testicles to try that still.

bbbbbuuuuuuuuttttt anyway, on to the tunes!!! i'm skipping out their ep and final album for their debut and second full length. first is the album, Natural Ingredients and then the album that blew them up high, Fever In Fever Out. look for the songs, "here" deep shag" and "city song (ny state of the world)" from natural ingredients and "naked eye" "under your skin" and "why do i lie" from fever in fever out. this is catchy, yet sleek and slender music with grooves that make you wanna get laid or hit the dance floor. dig it...


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BELV6PNI


http://www.mediafire.com/?n5yojd213rn

i had some troubles of my own...

1 comment:

  1. Check out a podcast review of Fever In Fever Out and an interview with singer/bassist Jill Cunniff of Luscious Jackson the Dig Me Out Podcast at digmeoutpodcast.com, a weekly podcast dedicated to revisiting lost and forgotten albums of the 1990s.

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