72 Shiny Plastic Discs
Fomo by Liam Finn. Finny Kiwi sings songs. Dunedin is happy now. I follow this guy's dad on Twitter. His dad can be a very silly man.
100 Proof by Kellie Pickler. Is this the gal singer who sings songs and has been having booze trouble? Nope. That was a different gal with blond hair. Hopefully your viewing of the following YouTube clip will not include a stupid Red Bull advert.
Get Along by Tegan and Sara. Tattooed twins sings songs. I wonder if Sara occasionally crosses out Tegan's name and writes it back in after her own.
Sorry for Party Rocking by LMFAO. I approve of their use of humor. The music blows.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Original soundtrack with at least one singing song. Three discs. Reznor's and Ross' recorded score clocks in at over three hours, and is released in numerous configurations online and at retail, including as a $300 deluxe, signed, six-LP box set. Other than a strident cover of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song," the score is moody, often restrained, and in its way, as disturbing as the film.
Audiobooks on CD
One Perfect Shot by Steven F. Havill. 10.5 hours on 9 CDs. Sounds like the title of a Stephen Hunter novel.
Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks. 9.5 hours on 9 CDs. Money machine.
Private: #1 Suspect by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. Money machine # 2.
A Field of Darkness by Cornelia Read. 11 hours on 9 CDs. Madeline Dare, a tough-talking, shotgun-toting ex-debutante, is not your average detective. Then what is the average detective?
Blood Spilt by Asa Larsson. 11.5 hours on 9 CDs. During my freshman J-Term I took Swedish from this guy. Guess what grade I received. Go ahead, guess. That's right, I received a "D". I am not good at languages.
Sharpe's Battle by Bernard Cornwell. 11 hours on 9 CDs. These are always good on audio.
The Drop by Michael Connelly. 11 hours on 9 CDs. Connelly with an E not an O.