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Bush's iPod

Postby stefania » Sun, 21 Aug 2005 10:24 pm

George W Bush is a fan of country music and classic rock, but he also likes "a little bit of hard core and honky tonk", his iPod playlist suggests.

blah blah...anyway, the BBC asks readers to suggest songs for Dubya to listen to. Some are mildly funny....:D


'Christian Militia' by New Model Army. "There's a witch-hunt coming/Born out of all the American fears"...
Tom, London

The Beatles...Fool on the Hill
Pieter de Best, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"Saddam a-go-go" by Gwar would seem appropriate, as would "Big Man With A Gun" by Nine Inch Nails.
David Nutter, Lincoln, UK

Steve Earle..."The Revolution Starts Now".
Douglas Austin, Bruington, VA ; USA

'I just called to say I love you'
Tony Blair, London, England

Let's Have a War, A Perfect Circle
Rohail Khan, Lahore, Pakistan

I'm a Loser, by Beck
Stephen, NY, USA

Ozzy Osbourne's "Thank God for the Bomb" would be appropriate.
Mark, Ausitn, TX

The imperial march from Star Wars
Thomas Bloxham, Birmingham

"Rock The Casbah" by The Clash.
Richard Clayton, Northampton

Eminem's "Criminal."
Dave, Kansas City, USA

Green Day's American Idiot.
Marianne, Harare, Zimbabwe

"Lawyers, Guns and Money", Warren Zevon.
Phillip S, New York, USA

"Check Your Head" by Beastie Boys
Paul Serwinski, New Britain, CT, USA

'Damn, it feels good to be a Gangsta' by the Geto boys
John, Dublin

Surely it has to be Bombs over Baghdad by Outkast?
Stephen Hynds, Glasgow, Scotland

"Hey, Stoopid" by Alice Cooper. "Even Better Than the Real Thing" by U2. "Ain't Gonna Study War No More" by The Million Dollar Quartet. "Burning Bridges" (Theme from "Kelly's Heroes.") "Madman Across the Water" by Elton John. "American Idiot" by Green Day. "Star-Spangled Banner" by Jimi Hendrix. "Nowhere Man" by The Beatles.
TJ Cassidy, Arlington, VA, USA

Why does my heart feel so bad? - Moby
Douglas Buchanan, Brisbane Australia

How about 'Glorious Fool' by John Martyn all about another old former White House resident called Ronald.
Gary R-H, Henley on Thames, UK

It's obvious - anything by the Presidents of the United States of America, of course!
Jake Perks, Telford, Shropshire

How about "Waiting for an alibi" by Thin Lizzy?
LA,

Lazy Sunday, Small Faces. Most notably for the lyrics: 'Wouldn't it be nice to get on with me neighbours?
Scott Hemphill, Epsom,

"Funky Gibbon" by the Goodies
Mark Corton, Amsterdam, Netherlands

ifwhiteamericatoldthetruthforonedayitsworldwouldfa llapart, repeat (stars and stripes) by the Manic Street Preachers, Another Man's Cause by the Levellers
Tom Stagles, Eindhoven

The World is Mine" by Nas.
Bolaji Lawal, Washington DC, USA

"Bedtime for Democracy" by Dead Kennedys.
Thorfinn, Hertford, England

I Want It All by Queen.
Fiona, Kent

Give Peace a Chance by John Lennon
Maude, USA

The Killers, "Smile Like You Mean It."
Susan Juan, San Francisco, USA

'Deliverance' - The Best of Banjo
S Mason, London

Happiness is a warm gun - The Beatles
Paul Buchan, Johannesburg, South Africa

Surely it has to include 'Charmless Man' by Blur.
John Paine, Hampshire, UK

Scissor Sisters "Comfortably Numb".
Gary, Runcorn, UK

Anything by Cat Stevens aka persona non grata
Charles Nullens, London, UK

Poor Misguided Fool by Starsailor.
Jackson Taylor, Glasgow

Oil by Asian Dub Foundation.
Brian Hamburger, New Orleans, USA

Pink Floyd's "I've got a bike".
Tony Romain, Midlothian

"War?" from System of a Down
Dru, Newcastle

Surely "The Teletubbies' Greatest Hits"?
Stefan, Strasbourg, France

The Clash's "I'm So Bored With The USA", War's "Why Can't We Be Friends" and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues"
Tricky, Aberystwyth

Hail to the thief by Radiohead
Pradeep, UK

Travis - why does it always rain on me?
Jamie Ferguson, Amsterdam/Edinburgh

Bob The Builder - Can we fix it?
Oli Else, Godalming, Surrey, UK

I'm surprised no-one's posted "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" by Tears For Fears yet. Or "Hold On To Your Friends" by Morrissey. Or for that matter, "America Is Not the World".
Phil Beharrell, London, UK

The theme tune of The Muppet Show.
Simon S, Oxon

"Breathe in...breathe out...breath in..."
Gary Varga, Eccleshall

The Emperor In His War Room - Van der Graaf Generator.
Jeremy, Hampshire, UK

I think he should have "Where's Your Head At?" by Basement Jaxx.
Larelle Read, Luton, Beds

Just so long as it's not the Chemical Brothers, 'Push The Button'....
Dom, London, UK


Please add on more recommendations..:P

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Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 21 Aug 2005 10:48 pm

Very funny. Too bad George wouldn't understand it.

BTW, HOPE is not a strategy.

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Postby Global Citizen » Mon, 22 Aug 2005 12:18 am

WAR by Edwin Starr. Bruce Springsteen also "did" this song on one of his albums.

Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears.


River of Lies by Chris Conway.

Power by Tears for Fears.

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Postby Global Citizen » Mon, 22 Aug 2005 1:17 am

Here's more to add to his listening collection :x

New World by Terminal Choice.


Shut The Fu*k Up by Brides of Destruction.


Dont't you just love music; how wonderfully expressive it is in signifying the state of the world we live in. 8)

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Postby stefania » Mon, 22 Aug 2005 8:06 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:BTW, HOPE is not a strategy.


WHAT? There goes my last effort...:cry:



:D

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Postby global citizen admirer » Tue, 23 Aug 2005 11:46 am

"call me god" by steven o'hara,

"stick my pistol up your ass" by joseph mcginley

"nukular" by blood, sweat and tears

"holy shit" by mary mcdalane

"my dream monkey" by the bentons

"lies are truth if you believe" by the jesuits

"we don't die, we just move on" by jason monteiro

"show me your metal balls" by the army

"f u c k me dead" by wellwishers

"i love i wreck" by disaster

hey gorgeous, can i have your number....i am going to be in london next weekend....no no no, this is not a song title, i was asking globalcit for a date:)

Global Citizen wrote:Here's more to add to his listening collection :x

New World by Terminal Choice.


Shut The Fu*k Up by Brides of Destruction.


Dont't you just love music; how wonderfully expressive it is in signifying the state of the world we live in. 8)


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