|Odes To Death|
Nope, not the metal genre, just good 'ol death. Get depressed.
|1|| ||In Mind|
Do Make Say Think
"When you die, you have to leave them behind, you should keep that in mind." Sometimes the obvious
can be unexpectedly profound. That's the case with me and this closer, DMST doesn't speak often but
when they do be assured it's worth listening to.
|2|| ||As Long As I Can See the Light|
Creedence Clearwater Revival
This song reminds me of my mother. The keyboard for this track could not have been better suited to
John's voice. Uplifting.
|3|| ||Jesus Christ|
Just listen to the track, self-explanatory.
|4|| ||Father & Son|
More so about life, but you can't ignore the presence of mortality in Cat's dialogue between the father
son. Talk about songwriting, phew.
|5|| ||Pink Moon|
Gonna getcha all. When Nick's voice goes into the almost growling lower register just before the piano
it's just soo haunting.
|6|| ||Do You Realize??|
The Flaming Lips
"The sun doesn't go down, it's just an illusion caused by the sun spinning round." Typical Wayne,
insightful and mad deep mang.
|7|| ||Work Lies Sex Love Fear Hate Friendship|
Gatsby's American Dream
"In fifty year you'll be in the ground." Damn, now that's a statement to end a song on. Gatsby's is in
form on this track about industrialism, futility, and death.
Does time exist without an expiration date? Floyd's classic is as great musically as it is lyrically.
in every way on this.
Portugal. The Man
"I'm not afraid to die, 'cause all these colors will change." Will they? Wtf are colors anyway?
|10|| ||'59 Sound|
The Gaslight Anthem
Not bad for a pop song eh? ...Yes, I'm Canadian.
|11|| ||Serenity Painted Death|
Was pleased to see this live last summer. ..."The Horror! The Horror!"