Inbetweeners on iTunes
Modest Mouse - Float On: We're off. And it's a strong start if I do say so myself. Textbook rock music.
TV on the Radio - Golden Age: Good band name. Here are my top four favourite band names. I swear they're all real. OK, one of them is false. But which one? Have a guess and I'll tell you at the end. (1) The Fucking Ocean (2) The Fattest Man in Southampton (3) Here Comes Old Vodka Tits (4) Wow, Owls!
The Shangri-Las - Out In The Streets: Crackerjack. The bee's knees.
Calexico/Iron & Wine - A History of Lovers: A hearty slice of Americana for all you Americana fans out there. My top 3 least favourite music genres: (1) Pub Rock (2) Adult Contemporary (3) Throat singing.
M.I.A. - Paper Planes: All I want to do is bang bang bang bang and a criiick ding and take your money.
The Twilight Sad - That Summer, at Home I Had Become the Invisible Boy: There's no let-up is there? Now for a Scottish band of all things. What will they think of next?
Antony & the Johnsons - Hope There's Someone: A song about dying. You're going to have to think about it sooner or later. Now's as good a time as any.
The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist: It's a bit of fun isn’t it?
The Pixies - Here Come Your Man: Oh no, this one's awful. I hate this one.
Simon & Garfunkel - The Only Living Boy In New York: Yet more singing. I hope you like singing. Because this is basically all singing.
Los Campesinos - You! Me! Dancing!: Shake your moneymaker! For the record, my top 3 favourite dances moves: (1) The Butter Churner (2) The Dice Shaker (3) The Chimney Sweeper.
Radiohead - House of Cards: Promising work from up-and-coming Oxford outfit.
Animal Collective - Grass: This one isn't a carol. Or a shanty. That should narrow it down a bit.
Josh Ritter - Harrisburg: More of the same. Whatever. I'm winding down now to be honest.