Special Sauce

A mish-mash of twisted thoughts from a fevered ego. Updated when the spirit moves me, contents vary and may have settled during shipping. Do not open towards eyes. Caution: Ingestion of Special Sauce may cause hair loss, halitosis, and a burning sensation while urinating.

6.08.2005

Ghostface Meme Steala'

Thanks for the idea, MWN, and for putting up your tracks, ET!

The choose your own life soundtrack meme.

Note: Janeane Garafolo must play me in the movie, and she has to put weight on to do it. If Ms. G. refuses, I would consider being animated, with Daria standing in. Heh.

Opening Song: The News/Odd Beliefs- Bill Hicks (Not a song, but it fits.)

Waking Up: Uncle John's Band (or anything I can sing along to)- Grateful Dead

Falling in Love: Forever & Ever, Amen- Randy Travis (shut UP!)

Sex Scene: (because mine will always be comedy) Lovin' & Huggin'- Hank Williams III OR A Little Less Conversation (remix) Elvis Presley

Heartbreak: Please Please- The Violent Femmes and/or I Think of You- Jared Michael Hobgood

First Big Argument With Parents: Hey Fuck You- The Beastie Boys (a bit beyond the time frame, but fitting)

Rebellious Song: Insight- Dead Kennedys

First Time Really Drunk: Brass Monkey (and it probably WAS playing) Beastie Boys

Otherwise Intoxicated: Kiss Me, I'm Shitfaced- Dropkick Murphys, and/or Mississippi Mud- Hank Williams III

Driving (long distances): No Sleep Till Brooklyn- Beastie Boys, Asleep at the Wheel- Bloodhound Gang

Getting Ready To Go Out: Oop Oop A Doop- Etta James, Giant Steps- All Mighty Senators, Anything by James Brown

Wedding Song: The Luckiest- Ben Folds Five (I'm a sap.)

Dream Sequence: Bob Rules- Keller Williams

Out Of Body Experience: I Shall Be Released- The Band

Feeling Depressed: Oh Me- Nirvana, Pack Up Your Sorrows- Johnny Cash

Birth of a Child: Do You Realize- Flaming Lips

Striptease Song: Devil's Daughter- Hank Williams III

Going to Hated Job
: Industrial Strength Tranquilizers- Austin Lounge Lizards

Leaving Said Jobsite: Lookin' Out My Backdoor- Creedence Clearwater Revival

Moment When the Sun Shines in the Room Perfectly: Three Little Birds- Bob Marley

Falling Asleep: Sleepy Maggie- Ashley MacIsaac

Funeral Song: I Won't Dance, Don't Ask Me- Frank Sinatra, Tomorrow Never Comes- CCR

Closing Song: The Conclusion from Revelations- Bill Hicks

PMSing: Earth Died Screamin- Tom Waits, Coin Operated Boy- Dresden Dolls

Breaking Up: Ball & Chain- Social Distortion, Ya Ya Ya- Detroit Cobras

Chain Smoking: N/A

Songs Sung Loudly With Intoxicated Friends: Mrs. Leroy Brown- Loretta Lynn, No Woman No Cry- Bob Marley, Move, Bitch-Ludacris (there IS a story to go with that), Mama Said Knock You Out- LL Cool J

Actual songs are destined to change, as I'm horrendous at remembering titles, so I went with (predominantly) what's in my collection. Hee!

9 Comments:

Blogger Memphis Word Nerd said...

See? I knew I'd like your answers. There are several songs on here that I don't recognize so I will have to check them out next time I have access to iTunes. Between you and Parce, I've got a whole list of stuff to discover. I love that!

So, you have a lot of Marley but not my favorite: Three Little Birds. That song gets me every time.

I love the classic Beastie Boys selections, too. I saw them in concert in 1995. It was in a small venue and the show was absolutely amazing. Luscious Jackson was the opening act. I was in absolute heaven!

Oh, and just to help your site stats: Debbie Does Dallas, dick, cock, hot sex.

That should get you a few hits. :-)

12:40 AM  
Blogger Special Sauce said...

Thanks MWN!

I confess, I actually do not own any Bob Marley, those are the two songs I hear on Egg Radio and love- I need to break down and buy some.

Love the Beasties- G. Monkey has seen them a bunch of times, but I haven't yet. Rumor has it that they're touring this summer. I've got my fingers crossed.

So when do we see your soundtrack?

10:12 AM  
Blogger parcequilfaut said...

Yeah Yeah! MWN Soundtrack!

And ET, you know that I love you (baby, but you just won't let me)...you definitely require Marley. Especially any time there may be a boss lady nearby.

2:14 PM  
Blogger Memphis Word Nerd said...

I changed some of the categories, but here's the MWN soundtrack:

Waking Up:
- Here Comes The Sun (Nina Simone or Paul Simon/George Harrison duet)
- Immigrant (The Peter Mallick Group feat. Jess Klein)
Falling Asleep: Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven),
Sleepless Nights:
- In A Sentimental Mood (Duke Ellington/John Coltrane duet)
- Nuevas Senoritas (Indigo Girls)
Falling in Like:
- Beyond The Sea (Bobby Darin)
- Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)
Falling in Love:
- Call and Answer (Barenaked Ladies)
- Waiting for a Sign (Mary Beth Maziarz)
- Please Close Your Eyes (Jump Little Children)
- I Will (Alison Krauss)
- Somebody Loved (The Weepies)
- This Year’s Love (David Gray)
- It’s You (Greg Tannen)
- Paper Cup (Heather Nova)
- I Will Love You (Fisher)
Sex Scene:
- Do-Right Woman, Do-Right Man (Aretha Franklin)
- Mysterons or any other song from “Dummy” (Portishead)
- Siren (Red Delicious)
Unrequited Love:
- Romeo and Juliet (Indigo Girls)
- Sad Eyes (Bruce Springsteen)
- Melt (Phil Roy)
- Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Doris Day, as used in “Strictly Ballroom”)
- These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
- Thin Line (Jurrassic-5)
- You Don’t Know Me (preferably the version by Jann Arden)
Breaking Up:
- Don’t Think Twice (Indigo Girls)
- Hallelujah (preferably the Jeff Buckley version)
- Hearts and Bones (Paul Simon)
- Picture (Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow)
Heartbreak:
- Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers)
- Always On My Mind (Willie Nelson)
- Train Song (Tom Waits)
- Cry To Me (Solomon Burke)
- If Love Is A Red Dress (Maria McKee)
- Stormy Weather (Joni Mitchell)
- I’ll Be Seeing You (Judy Collins)
Feeling Lonely: Hopeless (Dionne Farris)
Feeling Depressed: Angel (Sarah McLachlan/Emmylou Harris duet)
Feeling Pensive/Philosophical/Cynical:
- Not A Pretty Girl (Ani DiFranco)
- Calm (Jill Cohn)
- Red Dirt Girl (Emmylou Harris)
- Waiting For My Real Life To Begin (Colin Hay)
- When It Comes Around (Reed Foehl),
- Nothing I Can Do About It Now (Willie Nelson)
- Accoustic No. 3 (Goo Goo Dolls)
Feeling Mellow: The Blower’s Daughter (Damien Rice)
Feeling Hyper: Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (The Ramones)
Day At The Beach:
- Seven Shades Of Blue (Beth Nielsen Chapman)
- Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding)
PMSing: Cell Block Tango (from Chicago soundtrack),
Rebellious Song: God and the FBI (Janis Ian)
Really Drunk:
- Cowboy (Kid Rock)
- Telephone Call From Istanbul (Tom Waits)
Otherwise Intoxicated:
- White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane)
- Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd)
Hung Over:
- Where Do I Begin (Chemical Brothers)
- Sunday Morning Coming Down (Johnny Cash)
Driving (long distances):
- City Of New Orleans (any version, especially Willie Nelson or Judy Collins)
- Get Out The Map (Indigo Girls), Me And Bobby McGee (any version, especially Janis Joplin or Kris Kristofferson)
- Me and Paul (Willie Nelson)
- Nashville (Indigo Girls)
- Ol’ 55 (Tom Waits)
Driving (too fast): Ride of the Valkries (Wagner)
Striptease Song: Darling Nikki (Prince), Milkshake (Kelis)
Moment When the Sun Shines in the Room Perfectly:
- Three Little Birds (Bob Marley)
- Stuck On You (Lionel Richie)
- Shame on You (Indigo Girls)
- Even After All (Finley Quaye)
- Into The Mystic (Van Morrison)
- Morning Morgantown (Joni Mitchell)
- Sway (Bic Runga)
Staring Out The Window at the Rain:
- It Looks Like Rain (Jann Arden)
- God Song (Beth Orton)

2:36 PM  
Blogger Special Sauce said...

NICE list MWN!

OK, it has been decided, once the paychecks begin flowing regularly again, I will pick up some Heinlein, Sickened, and a Bob Marley album or two.

And I have the strange desire to go out and drive really fast/far and listen to your driving songs.

3:49 PM  
Blogger parcequilfaut said...

Dude! MWN! That ruled! It would be a 3-disc set, but hey...

Also, if you like Ride of the Valkyrie when you're driving too fast, try out O, Fortuna.

ET, what Heinlein, you think?

12:53 AM  
Blogger Memphis Word Nerd said...

*blush*

Yeah, that was kind of long. Sadly, that's the scaled down version. I left off the country and the rap. :-)

Okay, Ghost of Goldwater, it's your turn...

12:24 AM  
Blogger Special Sauce said...

MWN, I don't think Goldie reads this anymore. Though I think he would have very interesting musical choices.

ET, probably Stranger, first, then The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.

12:18 PM  
Blogger Special Sauce said...

Oh, and the Ludacris story-

All I can remember about the song is being in the car with G. Monkey. We desperately needed to get our Ice Cream on. We were headed to Friendly's, and stuck behind idjit after idjit, and finally that song came on.

And we died. Laughing. Hysterically. And thinking somewhere in there they said something about bubblegum. We ended up sitting in the car, in the parking lot, with the radio cranking, laughing our asses off, as families with little kids just looked at us like we were insane.

Heh. Love that.

7:55 PM  

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