…or they’ll try, but eventually, this Halliburton thing has to blow up.
WE WON!!! Holy Cow.
…honorable song of the day… for the Red Sox.
Some people have well-organized blogs with entries that focus on particular topics. I don’t expect this to be that sort of blog. Stream of Terri-ness is more what I’m thinking. Blather, as the case may be.
Today I will sweep all around the house… for good luck… for the Red Sox.
Since I am the resident Interpol informant in my little world, I bring you this:
“Interpol have set a July 10 release date for their still-untitled
new album, their first for Capitol Records. The lead single, “Heinrich
Maneuver,” impacts at radio the week of May 7.”
Found here: http://www.fmqb.com/Article.asp?id=395773
This site is based in New Jersey, so I assume this is a U.S. radio date. I’m not sure whether or not it applies elsewhere.
New album scoop as follows:
Our Love To Admire
1. Pioneer to The Falls
2. No I in Threesome
3. The Scale
4. The Heinrich Maneuver
6. Pace is the Trick
7. All Fired Up
8. Rest My Chemistry
9. Who Do You Think
10. Wrecking Ball
11. The Lighthouse
night I saw Spoon live at the MFA in Boston. I’d never seen a
show at the MFA. All I can compare it to is to say that it’s a
much smaller, scaled back version of Radio City. Or at least, the
experience of seeing a show there kind of felt that way. It’s
really an auditorium, with seats and excellent sound. My friend
bought the tickets. For an extra five bucks he got us “Front of
House,” which meant that we could sit in the first three rows.
That was a five dollars well spent. I was just slightly off
center in the second row. One of the other unique things about
this venue? They don’t seem to care if you photograph to your
heart’s content. So I did. The lighting wasn’t fabulous,
and I couldn’t get right up by the stage, but that aside, I can’t
complain too much.
I didn’t write down the setlist, but I can tell you that they played
Everything Hits at Once, Lines in the Suit, The Way We Get By, Fitted
Shirt (someone asked for it in the encore and they played it), several
new songs, Two Sides of Monsieur Valentine, I Turn My Camera On, and
Britt Daniel is a doll. He seems like a really smart, funny
guy. Here’s a little story. At first, people were sitting
in their seats and listening–sort of bopping along. I noticed
that the first night I saw Interpol at Radio City, too. The
niceness of the venue throws people off a bit. Perhaps thinking
that she’d stir people up, a girl went up front and started dancing
rather suggestively. She jumped on stage and was putting on this sort
of early-Madonna show. Britt seemed to find it pretty funny. When the
song was over and she had gone, he said “Thanks, Mom.”
Friends, if you like Andrew Bird, listen up. His performance at Coachella will be webcast live here on Saturday at approximately 10PM EST.