1. Northeastern Discomfort - Mothership Garage

    Merry Christmas everyone

     

  2. Pay In Blood - Bob Dylan

    Dylan got political again on his latest album, Tempest. Dissin’ scumbag politicians. I love the last two verses the most. I PAY IN BLOOD, BUT NOT MY OWN.

    Well I’m grinding my life out, steady and sure
    Nothing more wretched than what I must endure
    I’m drenched in the light that shines from the sun
    I could stone you to death for the wrongs that you done
    Sooner or later you make a mistake,
    I’ll put you in a chain that you never will break
    Legs and arms and body and bone
    I pay in blood, but not my own

    Night after night, Day after day
    They strip your useless hopes away
    The more I take the more I give
    The more I die the more I live
    I got something in my pocket make your eyeballs swim
    I got dogs could tear you limb from limb
    I’m circlin’ around the Southern Zone
    I pay in blood, but not my own.
    Low cards are what I’ve got
    But I’ll play this hand whether I like it or not
    I’m sworn to uphold the laws of God
    You could put me out in front of a firing squad
    I’ve been out and around with the rising men
    Just like you my handsome friend
    My head’s so hard, must be made of stone
    I pay in blood, but not my own

    Another politician coming out the abyss
    Another angry beggar blowing you a kiss
    You got the same eyes that your mother does
    If only you could prove who your father was
    Someone must of slipped a drug in yer wine
    You gulped it down and you cross the line
    Man can’t live by bread alone
    I pay in blood, but not my own

    How I made it back home, nobody knows
    Or how I survived so many blows
    I’ve been thru Hell, What good did it do?
    You bastard! I’m suppose to respect you!
    I’ll give you justice, I’ll fathom your purse
    Show me your moral virtues first
    Hear me holler and hear me moan
    I pay in blood but not my own

    You get your lover in the bed
    Come here I’ll break your lousy head
    Our nation must be saved and freed
    You’ve been accused of murder, how do you plead?
    This is how I spend my days I came to bury, not to raise
    I’ll drink my fill and sleep alone
    I play in blood, but not my own

     

  3. Ecce Homo - Titus Andronicus

    Okay, I think by now we’ve established everything is inherently worthless

    First line from the first song on the new album.

    Is there a more Titus Andronicus way to begin an album?

     

  4. The Beatles - Daniel Johnston

    I really wanted to be like him, but he died…

     
  5. Duquesne Whistle - Bob Dylan

    IT’S BEEN OVER FIFTY YEARS SINCE HE RELEASED HIS DEBUT ALBUM!!!!

    HOW DOES HE DO IT?!?!!

    If you’re not still in the top of your game half a century after you began your career, you’re a failure. By Bob Dylan standards that is. Do you hear that, young and future stars?

     
     

  6. ianbhoy:

    Stream Bob Dylan’s new song “Duquesne Whistle” from his upcoming album ‘Tempest’. The album will be released on September 11th - coinciding the 50th anniversary of Dylan’s eponymous debut album. 

    (Source: ianbhoy)

     
  7. Insane in the Chromatophores

    Watch what happens when you play Cypress Hill through a squid’s fin

     
     
  8. That’s how perfect my music library is.

    And how little I’ve had to do today

     

  9. I wonder what it’s like to listen to The Beatles for the first time

    I’ve been listening to them almost my entire life and their music still blows me away…

     

  10. What’s the saddest song you know?