Playlist for October 23

All over the place mix. Enjoy.

Still in Love with You Thin Lizzy
Bleed For The Godz Agent Steel
Overthrow the System Onslaught
Suburban Love Japan
Tickets Bad Antics
In Betweens The Nils
Sometimes My Bloody Valentine
Enough to Break Your Heart Imperial State Electric
Priestess W.O.W.
Don’t Go Away The Runaways
The Width of a Circle David Bowie
No Time Yo Loose Shakin’ Street
I Got You Split Enz
Stop Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Children Of Illusion Trance
Turn The Cross Upside Down Oz
Up to the Limit Accept
Darker Than a Dungeon Creature With The Atom Brain
When I’m Dancin’ I Ain’t Fighting Slade
Feel Like That Scream

Given the crazy way Apple Music works I though the entire playlist was on it. It’s not. Missing: Thin Lizzy, Agent Steel, Japan, Shakin’ Street, and Creature With The Atom Brain. Time to go back to YouTube.

Spotify Playlist is missing Slade and Scream songs as they don’t have them.

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Full Accept live show from the Solothurn Rockfest in 1981

Udo with flowing blond hair! A good live set from the Breaker tour. Wish there was more from this tour and the “Restless & Wild” period. I rate them higher than Priest and Maiden, one of my all time favorites.

  1. Starlight
  2. Thunder and Lightning
  3. Do It
  4. Breaker
  5. Run If You Can
  6. Son of a Bitch
  7. Midnight Highway
  8. Free Me Now (Drum Solo)
  9. Guitar Solo
  10. Sounds of War
  11. I’m a Rebel
  12. Burning
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A Grim View of George Lucas’ Ideology 

Star Wars inconsistencies and contradictions have always drove me crazy. The difference between Yoda in the original trilogy vs the prequels is gigantic. This interview with author David Brin questions the ideology presented by George Lucas. While it may seem ridiculous to analyze a perceived pop corn movie this much, it is an interesting take on what people get from the movies vs what Lucas is pushing.

Stars Wars belongs to our dark past—a long, tyrannical epoch of fear, illogic, despotism, and demagoguery that our ancestors struggled…

Source: Yoda Is Dead but Star Wars’ Dubious Lessons Live On

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