What do elderly people, tone deaf, with no sense of rhythm, listen to on their iPods?
Well, mainly old stuff; in no particular order
a random bunch:
2008 update / a top 64
add the Libertines and Amy Rigby as much loved family favourites!
Woo Hoo by The 5 6 7 8s
Japanese Girl Rockabilly Group
Tour de France by Ben Charest
from 'The Triplets of Belleville' Film
Melting Pot by Blue Mink
Positively 4th Street by Bob Dylan
I hate Dylan, but this works!
What Do I Get? by the Buzzcocks
Yay, and double Yay
Summer Holiday by Cliff Richard
Go Una Stubbs
(White Man) in the Hammersmith Palais by The Clash
. . .closely followed by . . .
Anarchy in the UK by the Sex Pistols
Classic Rock and Roll, Maan!
Two Sevens Clash by Culture
Californian Sun by the Ramones
Better than the original by Dick Dale
Misirlou by Dick Dale & the Deltones
Good intro on the 'Pulp Fiction' soundtrack
I Knew the Bride by Dave Edmunds
Get Rid of That Girl by The Donnas
The Female Ramones? Not quite.
Damaged Goods by the Gang of Four
Psycho by Elvis Costello
He never left
Be-Bop-A-Lula by Gene Vincent
Sweet Gene Vincent
Hotel Chambermaid by Graham Parker
. . and the Rumour
Loving Pauper by Gregory Issacs
The Coool Ruler!
Magnificent Seven Theme by Henry Mancini
Magnificant Movie - Magnificant Music
Wreconnez Cherie by Wreckless Eric
Plaistow Patricia by Shane MacGowan
It's not clever to swear
You're My Baby by Ian Dury
Sweet Ian Dury
Success by Iggy Pop
What can I say?
Free Money by Patti Smith
Nice idea, but will never catch on
I Want You Back by Jackson Five
Pretty Vegas by J D Fortune
Nice song, shame about the group!
Harper Valley P. T. A. by Jeannie C. Riley
Can't have too many initials?
Are You the Business? by
John Cooper Clarke
Well, are you?
Fear Is A Mans Best Friend by John Cale
One Piece At A Time by Michelle Shocked
The Man in Black. This is OK, honest.
I Was Dancing In A Lesbian Bar by Jonathan Richman
As you do.
Stop Your Sobbing by The Kinks
Brit Pop ruling easily.
You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory by Johnny Thunders
R I P.
Black Is Black by Los Bravos
Check out the outfits! Move over Austin Powers.
Pale Blue Eyes by The Velvet Underground
The Greatest - no f@#king argument!!!.
Shot By Both Sides by Magazine
Whatever happened to Howard Devoto?
The Prince of Darkness by The Mekons
And whatever happened to Dan Dare?
Trash by the New York Dolls
In memory of Killer Kane
Un Homme Et Une Femme by Mireille Mathieu
The best song from a French film about car racing EVER
Baby by Os Mutantes
Brasilian psychedelic rock, what's not to like?
PS. Rita Lee is way cool.
Hey Pretty by Poe & Mark Danielewski
Chick Lit Rock from the album "Haunted"
Where Do You Go Too, My Lovely? by Peter Sarstedt
You Gotta Move by Richard Hell
Stupid Girl by The Rolling Stones
Those were the days!
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood by Santa Esmeralda
Flamenco cover of Animals fave?!@#$%&*
Rock n' Roll Suicide by Seu Jorge
Acoustic cover of Bowie standard sung in Portuguese. Your question being?
Typical Girls by The Slits
White Trash by Steriogram
Choice Kiwi Vid
No One Knows What Stevie Knows by the Swell Maps
I Hate the Spelling Mistakes by The Spelling Mistakes
Venus by Television
'Marquee Moon' is one of the very best albums- ever.
Something In The Air by
I Don't Mind by Toy Love
One of their best live songs, by this seminal New Zealand pop group. Least We Forget!
Crystal Blue Persuasion by
Tommy James & the Shondells
Black Steel by Tricky
Not bad for a Public Enemy cover
Breakfast in Bed by Lorna Bennet
Much better than ANY of the covers
Spill the Wine by War
Eric Burden - the White Man's Burden!
Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache by Warren Smith
It's good rockin' time!
Time of the Season by The Zombies
12XU by Wire
Can't put it better than that!
Constantinople by The Residents
Quite possibly even more annoying than that bloody Crazy Frog thing?
Fuck Forever by The Libertines
20 Questions by Amy Rigby
Hoping and waiting for the new Wreckless Eric/Amy Rigby masterpiece