January 13, 2008

Music Rotation — 7 Jan

Posted in music at 9:18 pm by berzerkeleyan

I recently took a new position at work: Product Manager. So far, it’s kicking my ass. I haven’t had time to post anything, or do much else except work. Even despite having a Holiday Break, I still felt compelled to punch in hours that week.
So, with that, the music:

Bruce Springsteen “Darkness On the Edge of Town” (1978)genre: Rock.
Richmond Fontaine “Post To Wire” (2003)genre: alt.country.
Lavender Diamond “Imagine Our Love” (2007)genre: Folk.
Leaves “breathe” (2002)genre: Emoschlock.
Espers “II” (2006)genre: Freak Folk.
Rooney “Calling The World” (2007)genre: California Pop.
Ryan Adams “Easy Tiger” (2007)genre: alt.country.
João Gilberto “The Legendary João Gilberto” (1958)genre: Bossa Nova.
Garbage “Bleed Like Me” (2005)genre: Angry Grrl.
Turin Brakes “The Optimist LP” (2001)genre: Folk.
Shelby Lynne “Love, Shelby” (2001)genre: Adult Contemporary.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre “Bravery Repetition & Noise” (2001)genre: post-60’s Psychedelia.
Air “Pocket Symphony” (2007)genre: French Electronic Pop.
Radiohead “In Rainbows” (2007)genre: Electronic Prog.
Gomez “How We Operate” (2006)genre: Emoschlock.


  1. Fridge said,

    Seriously? The Boss?

    I’ve just never gotten the fawning over the Boss.

    Glad to see Mr. Gilberto made the rotation.

  2. No fawning from me. I don’t worship the man, but I did grow up listening to all his early stuff (everything prior to “The River”). “DOTEOT” is my favorite of the lot. And you can never go wrong with a little Bossa Nova now and again. :)

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