Friday, April 16, 2010


I have a lot to tell you. I must report on how Passover went (mostly great), I must rant about negative people, and I must celebrate with you the seventh anniversary of a very important event, involving doctors, nurses, and mad scientists.

To tide you over, newly discovered music that sort of defies description (comment below if you'd like to try). We have so many decisions to make, and along the way we've done it wrong. This song addresses this situation in a cathartically angry manner.

(If you hate this song--and some of you will--it's a near guarantee you'll love the one I include in the next post. Let's see if I'm right. Isn't this fun?)


Shtuey said...

I almost like this...sort of...but not really...but I don't hate it. It's better without watching the video. The 80's called, they want their new wave hair back.

Making teshuva means it is never too late. It must be hard to feel trapped in a box with no recourse. Certainly things cannot always be undone, but we have the means to make profound, life altering changes to the good every minute of every day.

12tequilas said...

You are right about that, but sometimes there is still a monumental struggle with something unfixable, and we all have our Ways of Dealing. If I could have posted the song in its proper atmospheric context, turned up without the video and with you in your car at 60 mph with the windows down, I would have.

Here's another song about regret, which couldn't be more different from celldweller and works with or without its video.

Kim said...

It sounds generically like everything I ever heard at the goth club in the 90s. I went for the company, not so much for the music. :)