Get Out of My Mind, Acura

So if you have ever seen Fight Club or like music then you have heard Where is My Mind by The Pixies.  So you might have been confused like I was when I heard an Acura commercial that seemed to be ripping it off. I am a grown man and I am still not 100%…

Friday Nineties – 1997 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer

If any of you were about to correct me and tell me that the Buffy movie came out in 1992, not 1997, shut up.  The movie was OK.  The TV series was extraordinary.  And not just because I have a weird thing for Sarah Michelle Gellar.  I apparently only have a weird thing for her…

Friday Nineties – Clinton Clinton Clinton

In the Nineties most people didn’t have very much to do on email, mainly because we still talked to each other on the phone and it took longer to get online to read email than it did to actually go to the person’s house.  Of course it is a very different world now and look…

Friday Nineties Reborn

So now that we are on year six of Friday Nineties and I have, for the first time in five years, not panicked like a freak trying to figure out which song to do.  It’s strangely worrisome.  Or at least it was until I panicked because I didn’t know what the hell else to do. …

Pearl Jam – Black – Five Years of Friday Nineties

It was five years and one day ago when I started doing this column.  Look! Little did I know that I would still be doing it five years later.  And I think that five years is long enough to constrain myself to music.  See, I (and in some important cases for which I am grateful,…

Daft Punk – Around The World

Next week is the FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY of Friday Nineties.  So there will be something neat happening then.  In the meantime, I am going to feature “Around the World” by Daft Punk this week. Yeah, that Daft Punk.  The ones from “Get Lucky”.  You know, the Daft Punk song from 2013?  Well, “Around the World”…

Semisonic – Closing Time

Next week will be the five year anniversary of this column.  I have still never repeated a song.  And this was going to be the week I did it, and on purpose.  Closing Time by Semisonic is as 90s as things get.  It’s from 1998 and the first thing I did was to get ready…