(and if you can name the band this is a cover of without looking it up, i'll buy you a drink.)
nouvelle vague/dance with me
more "ritual fertility...". and if you can define "parthenogenesis", another drink for you or, better yet, we'll cage drinks off the patriarchal oppressors of the Book, whatever their gender.
"we are no monsters/ we're moral people". people of the book who molest children and oppress women and gheys are not moral people.
kerosene/ big black
oh hell why not:
jordan,minnesota/ big black
really, this- all of it- i want to dance to.
stigmata (12 inch remix)/ ministry
"the only truth i know/ is the look in your eyes"
black phantom/fukkk offf
rain of blood/ die form
"take what you need to turn you on". i'm paraphrasing someone else but in the future they will build temples to this woman:
kiss them for me/siouxsie and the banshees
"now, you're the prettiest by far"
"falling in your arms..."
swimming horses/siouxsie and the banshees
satellite of love/lou reed
wreath of barbs/ wumpscut
(and, yes, this song can still make me cry. one of the most perfect dance songs ever recorded-all 10 + minutes). boy night. dragon lady.thursday at the 1270.
ahh, the minogue's appealing miniature ways:
Can't Get You Out Of My Head/Kylie Minogue
take the name literally. well, back in the day anyway. unlike red lizzie warren, an actual native american.
never say never/romeo void
splayed out/coked out on the floor in the booth at sporters,crying for the love of this song. good times!
got a love for you/jomanda
i don't think you can handle this ( and it's nirvana that used the real strippers. it's about the realness):
smells like booty/ nirvana vs. destiny's child
the original version of fischerspooner's emerge is blocked- because some companies are right cunts.
they were tuesday boy night regulars in the day. all this just seems to mean- i want another boy night at axis for my birthday. or a thursday night at the 12 with linda lawrence.
hire a bird/ think tree
but with more funk of course.
thank you falettinme be mice elf agin/sly and the family stone