December 17, 2007

Manic Monday

I am, of course, being ironic. Now my term is over this is actually the first Monday for a while that hasn’t been manic. Great track though.

It’s from the above album, which is a mash up project and which there’s no point in me telling you about, when wikipedia does such a good job. Alternatively, just enjoy the track.

I wish you a merry Monday.

- 4 comments by 3 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Chris May

    Wikipedia says

    Dean Gray took an altruistic approach and asked for fans who enjoyed the album to donate to charities that Green Day have been known to support

    ... and helpfully links to a couple of places where you can download the album. But they fail to mention what those charities are, and since the original download site has been removed by the man, if you’re feeling full of altruistic christmas cheer, there’s no (easy) way to find out who ought to get your money. Bah. Anyone have pointers to the original list of worthy recipients?

    17 Dec 2007, 09:37

  2. I’m afraid I don’t know what the original list was but wikipedia also says:

    Charity projects that the band have been involved with include the collaboration with U2 (“The Saints Are Coming”) to help raise money for musical instruments lost in Hurricane Katrina, and teaming with the Natural Resources Defense Council for the “Move America Beyond Oil” campaign and other environmental concerns.Green Day has also foamed a partnership with the NRDC, an American environmental organization that is heavily promoted on the band’s website.[citation needed] They have made YouTube videos voicing support for protection of the environment and ‘ending America’s addiction to oil’.

    17 Dec 2007, 09:55

  3. Mike Willis

    I found this one and Ashanti Letterbomb the tracks which lodged in my mind after a few listens. Ashanti Letterbomb grew on me a bit more after finding the original Ashanti track on YouTube and discovering how much I disliked it. :)

    Have you listened to 24 Hours by The Kleptones ? It’s a marvellous mash up of all sorts of stuff.

    17 Dec 2007, 19:30

  4. Nice! Cheers for the heads up.

    17 Dec 2007, 19:41

Add a comment

You are not allowed to comment on this entry as it has restricted commenting permissions.

December 2007

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Nov |  Today  | Jan
               1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30



MP3s are available for a limited time and are for sampling purposes only. If you like a band or a song, please buy it at Amazon or elsewhere. Please.

If you’d like your music removed, please email us and we will happily oblige.

Most recent comments

  • Yeah, there's a really nice eclectic mix of styles going on here. Suprised to find out that song was… by on this entry
  • I was watching "So You Think You Can Dance" with my wife and we caught a cool song called "Ramalama … by souris on this entry
  • Hopefully I may see Krug and co as they are playing Glasgow while I'm still there… Already a big f… by on this entry
  • Pleasantly surprised that this came to fruition – lovely formatting too, and the 'start here' idea w… by jack adams on this entry
  • Nice summary – Dragonslayer is indeed immense, I'll be seeing Krug & Co in Sept! May I recommend, if… by holy roar on this entry
Not signed in
Sign in

Powered by BlogBuilder