What’s on my i-pod? (October)


Alright! Enough already! Here’s what’s hot on my i-Pod this month – the Jemtunes MacOct playlist:

  1. Godsmack – 1000hp
  2. Slash (ft Myles Kennedy) – World on Fire
  3. Blues Pills – Ain’t no change
  4. Mok – Rule the world (see below)
  5. King Tuff – Black Moon Spell
  6. Tom Sears – Beggin you please
  7. Henry’s Funeral Shoe – Overload
  8. Slaves – Where’s your car Debbie
  9. Tom Sears – Maggie McGill
  10. The Vaselines – High tide low tide
  11. Black State Highway – Sacrifice
  12. Hotfeel – Rattlesnake
  13. Desert Suns – Space Puss
  14. Southern Gentlemen – No one loves you
  15. Son of Wine – Angel’s Gone
  16. The Datsuns – Deep Sleep


What’s on my i-pod? [Part II]

As I download between 75 and 100 tracks a month, I tend to change what’s on my i-pod fairly frequently. Currently I have around seven hours loaded. Enough to get by on this coming month without getting bored. Here’s a taster of what’s in there.

  • February download playlists (including – to name a few: Pearl Jam – Tremor Christ, Nine O’clock gun – Never Not, Death in Vegas – Aisha, Texas Radio – Too hot to handle, Skindred – Kill the Power, Brother Ali – Listen Up, Holy Ghost – Dumb disco ideas, Fuck Buttons – Year of the Dog, Leftfield – Song of Life (Betoko remix), The Pretty Reckless – Heaven knows, The Pixies – Blue Eyed Hexe,Vanilla Fudge – Trampled Underfoot and Suns of Stone – Your day has come)
  • Neneh Cherry’s ‘Blank Project’
  • The self-titled No Sinner debut
  • The self-titled Blue Moon Harem debut
  • The self-titled Angels & Thieves debut
  • Cage’s ‘Revolution’ from 2011
  • Skindred’s ‘Kill the Power’ and
  • A brilliant cover of the classic ‘Faith Healer’ by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band from Helloween