Completed: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, W, Z
Not Completed: L, Q, V, X, Y
Today, I have decided to share something a little different from what you may be used to reading on here. The title of this post happens to be that of an album recorded by The Crash Test Dummies, from the late eighties, early nineties. I am sure that most of you will be leaving now, and I can dig that. C.T.D. was not a cool band and many people scoff at them now, and for the exception of "Mmmm, Mmmm" on "God Shuffled His Feet", they arrived and exited fairly quietly. But, as music has changed over the years, I find myself digging in the crates, listening to music that I deemed as "cool" when I was a high school senior. I was and still am listening to Live, "Throwing Copper", even though they have since dismantled and gone their separate ways. While everybody was jocking on Red Hot and "Blood Sugar Sex Magik", I had Beck's "Mellow Gold" on constant rotation with Stone Temple Pilots' "Core." But, as is the case most of the time, one song really stuck with me throughout the years and even today, I marvel at what it means to me. The song? "At My Funeral" off of "Ghosts". Around the same time I had first heard this song, my grandfather had passed away and it dealt me a critical blow, but, I would like to think that I came across this song for a reason, and now, I share it with you.
Crash Test Dummies, "At My Funeral"