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RE: Conditioning

From: Doug English <>
Date: Thu 21 Mar 2002 - 14:08:00 PST

And the police protect the villains 'cause the villains know the law. Never a truer line sung.

>From: Tom Pacia <>
>Subject: RE: Conditioning
>Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 21:44:46 -0500
>Now you've done it...
>I nominate the following songs for the top 10 (because I can't narrow it
>down any further than that and mind you these are NOT in any particular
>Mr Odd [Great guitar line and fun to sing along with]
>Sister Death [Unbelieveibly powerful and strong]
>Partytime [This is Partytime, and it's not polite for you to...]
>Big Bad Thing [Just plain great]
>Chickentown [Excellent lyrics - The buses don't run after half-past ten,
>the bars are full of psychopathic German sheppard men.]
>There's too many others to mention because Pat really can craft a damn good
>tune. Keep writing PAT!
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dave Ungar []
>Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 1:10 PM
>Subject: Re: Conditioning
> >Now, everyone, let's list the hundred favorite JBC songs ever. In order!
>Gawd, I hope not. I can't stand the thought of all that mail.... But I'll
>start it... I nominate as choice #1:
>...(I'll bet you thought it was going to be 'Water' didn't you?)...
>Girlfriend. Every day that song grows on me a little more. Funny, because
>I never was that wild about it until a few years ago (which means I can
>stand it. somehow it seems like that allusion had to be made here - don't
>know why.)
>I went to see Daniel Ash in Chicago over the weekend. (Surprisingly good,
>too.) The sound guy played "The Devil is My Friend" before the show.
>was audible muttering when the Love & Rockets verse came on.

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