- Spacehopper (3:20) - Julian Cope
- High Priest of Love (3:16) - Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction
- Big Bang B-Boy (4:43) - Mantronix
- The Dead Return (Instrumental) (4:03) - J. Peter Robinson
- Looking For Clues (4:58) - Robert Palmer
- A.D.I-The Horror Of It All (7:48) - Anthrax
- Bad Case Of Lovin' You (Doctor, Doctor) (3:11) - Robert Palmer
- Alone In The Night (3:29) - Leatherwolf
- Flesh To Flesh (3:40) - Joe Lamont
- Monster Mash [Bonus] (4:11) - The Big O
- I'm The Man (Uncensored) [Bonus] (3:03) - Anthrax
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
One of the first films I can remember seeing at a drive-in movie theater was the goofy ass comedy starring Barbara Eden that was inspired by the title track from this album. I was going through some old records and decided to post it here....
Interesting side note: I can remember one of the reasons why my parents went to see this flick was that during it's production, my hometown of West Union, Ohio was in the running to be the principle filming location, but lost out at the last minute to Jackson, Ohio, town about an hour east, that also later served as some of the filming locations for some of the Eric Roberts-starring Best of the Best karate fight movies...
"Harper Valley PTA" is a country music song written by Tom T. Hall. It was a major hit single for country singer Jeannie C. Riley in 1968, and crossed over to the pop charts as well, eventually selling over six million copies as a single, making Riley the first woman ever to top the U.S. pop and country singles charts with the same song. (Her accomplishment would not be repeated until 1981, when Dolly Parton topped the country and pop singles charts with "9 to 5".)
The song tells the story of a junior high student who is sent home with a note to her widowed single mother from the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the school decrying her scandalous behavior by small-town standards. The mother decides to speak to a meeting of the PTA where she addresses various episodes of misbehavior on the part of several of its members, concluding, "This is just a little Peyton Place / And you're all Harper Valley hypocrites."
In an interview, Hall admitted his inspiration for the song was passing by the Harpeth Valley Elementary School in Bellevue, Tennessee, not far from his then-home in Franklin. He liked the sound of the name and decided to write a song using a similar place name. He also reportedly wrote the song about Olive Hill, Kentucky where Hall grew up.
Other songs on the album tell more about some of the people who are members of the Harper Valley P.T.A., including Mayor Harper and Widow Jones.
1. Harper Valley P.T.A.
2. Widow Jones
3. No Brass Band
4. Mr. Harper
5. Run Jeannie Run
6. Shed Me No Tears
7. The Cotton Patch
Sippin' Shirley Thompson
9. The Little Town Square
10. The Ballad of Louise
11. Satan Place
Saturday, February 20, 2010
1. Friday Foster Main Title - Ward L. Chandler
2. Friday/Getting Set
3. The Assassins/The Pidgeon/Hit
4. Mackin/Fancy Pants/Glad Rags
5. Skin City
6. Don't Drop The Soap/Final Solution
7. Hasty Exit/Wheels/Cat & Mouse/Spider & Fly
8. Be Gay
9. Position #69
10. Black Widow
11. Be Shait/Jericho/Super Man
12. WW III
13. Friday (End Titles)
Friday, February 19, 2010
Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2 was an album released by the World Wrestling Federation in 1987. It featured actual vocal performances from several of the wrestlers themselves.
The original vinyl LP release of Piledriver featured a head shot of Hulk Hogan wearing a construction hard hat on the front cover. As of 2007, the 20th anniversary of the original album's release, it has not yet officially appeared on the CD format in the USA, whereas every other WWF/WWE album has. It was, however, released in a small print run, distributed at WWF shows in the UK. In addition to the album, a VHS videotape version was also issued in 1987 by Coliseum Video. This tape featured music videos for 8 of the songs from the album (the songs "Crank It Up" and "Waking Up Alone" did not have music videos made for them).
- Robbie Dupree & Strike Force - "Girls in Cars" – 3:34
- Koko B. Ware - "Piledriver" – 2:55
- The Honky Tonk Man - "Honky Tonk Man" – 2:09
- Derringer - "Demolition" – 3:14
- Slick - "Jive Soul Bro" – 3:35
- Jimmy Hart - "Crank It Up" – 2:42
- Hillbilly Jim & Gertrude - "Waking Up Alone" – 2:59
- Vince McMahon - "Stand Back" – 3:02
- "Mean" Gene Okerlund & Derringer - "Rock 'N Roll Hoochie Koo" – 3:40
- The WWF Superstars - "If You Only Knew" – 3:18