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So I finally got around to compiling a Micromix for the Deerhunter blog. I planned on having it done weeks ago, but in the words of Cheech Marin watching the ghost-Titanic in Ghostbusters 2: better late than never.

The mix consists of a bunch of second Golden Age era-cuts, most of which you guys probably already know, some which you might not. Anyhow, it came out well and is worth checking out if if nothing else but for the commentary on the songs themselves, that may or may not include the secret revelation that the Pharcyde’s “Passing Me By” was slated for inclusion on Home Alone IV: Passed over Passover. Not to mention the rarely discussed fact that Black Sheep’s “The Choice is Yours” was an underground anthem in the pro-choice movement.” Either way, I hope you like it .

Get the Passion of the Weiss Micromix at the Deerhunter Blog

Nostalgia for the 80s Compels You to Read These Links

Am I the only one in the world who thinks the entire reason why Andrei Kirilenko wants to leave Utah is because he hates Utah? I mean think about it, you’re a young, cold blooded assassin-looking basketball star with a vague resemblance to Dolph Lungren circa 1985. You’ve got a fairly attractive wife who may or may not have been in the film Red Sonja . Utah just isn’t the place for you. AK-47 might actually go down in history as the only man on earth to ever request a trade to Siberia.

This is a bit old but figured it’s worth re-posting. The Onion A.V. Club’s 15 Things Kurt Vonnegut said Better Than Anyone Else.

Indie Schmarm make fun of Silverlake no. Echo Park. no Silverlake hipsters good.

Dart Adams breaks down the rise and fall of coin-operated laser disc video games, bringing back memories of fond hours lost spewing epithets at the Dragon’s Lair game for being so difficult and expensive.

Have you heard the new Dane Cook song? It’s the “Can I Borrow I Feeling?” for the OO’s. Best Week Ever makes a music video for it. It’s kind of amazing.

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