Thursday, October 06, 2005

Playlist October 6-12

If Rai TV can show a sexpot Haifa Wehbe impersonator on Gerge3an - talk about stretching a thin joke way beyond its 15-second limit- then damn it, the playlist will continue during Ramadan on schedule.. As if I had any intention of stopping it!
  1. Sebastien Tellier - La Ritournelle: A beautiful, uplifting instrumental that is destined to become a modern classic. A true masterpiece!
  2. مشيت خلاص - وائل جسار : As recommended by friends. No comment!
  3. Missy Elliot - Teary Eyed: Normally tough as nails, this song shows her heretofore unknown softer side. And she can sing.. Who knew?!
  4. Sheryl Crow - Lifetimes: The only track I like from her new album, deceptively simple with a great chorus and production. I hope it's her next single.
  5. LCD Soundsystem - Tribulations: So 80's. So cool!

Just to remind y'all that Sheryl Crow can do a lot better, my classic pick for this week is one of her best. "My Favorite Mistake"

7 comments:

  1. أفااا...ماكو موشحات دينية

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  2. بو جيج اليوم سمعت شادية تغني (أو تدعي) على دبي.. خوش دعاء.. عجبني مع اني من الفرقة الضالة

    اللي خرّب على شادية صورة شهيرة

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  3. bo jaij

    Back in school, remember the black & white nasheed they used to put on TV every Friday that listed أسماء الله الحسنى? I used to love it so much, and would sing along to it until one day at school the teacher told me I shouldn't be "enjoying" it. He said
    لازم يكون عندك خشوع مو تطرب عليها كأنها أغنية

    I told him "I can enjoy it at home and you can't do anything to stop me!"

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  4. hahahaha zaydoun thats classic. btw have you guys seen the ipod nano it is an amazing piece of hardware... i mean i saw the ads but once you actually hold it in your hand... wow.

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  5. hwkw... I saw on BBC last week that there are many problems and bugs with the iPod Nano. But it does look cool!

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  6. that is not classic, that is still recent.

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  7. Classic does not mean old

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Keep it clean, people!