Hey Blog, Night Guy here.
This other guy is a kook pretty much now that I’m going over all these notes and things left behind. Anyway, this music medium is how the previous administration tried to convey or interpret a state of being or emotional narrative for processing and comprehension. I’m not as much in to all the fluffy shit that goes along with this activity, but I guess I can scrutinize what has already been made available for me to cast judgement upon. See this album as a prognosis for the former occupant, and an indicator of the turbulent future he carved out for himself. This album is, basically, how it is; sad, stark and laid out there for all to see. Please don’t send me mail about the deeds of the prior administration, it will all get forwarded to the daytime guy.. or whoever he was. He may have fled the country.
So after listing to it a couple of times, it just wasn’t Night Guyish enough. I spruced this bad boy up with some silly putty and electric shocks. Enjoy!
Mood Album: Emo-Slave Resurrection v. 2 (Night Guy Edition)
Length: 77 Minutes
- For Your Love – Fleetwood Mac
- More Than A Woman – Bee Gees
- Chains Of Love – Erasure
- Ventura Highway – America
- Rikki Don’t Lose That Number – Steely Dan
- The Other Side Of Life – The Moody Blues
- Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? – Steve Winwood
- Feels So Good – Chuck Mangione
- The Night Owls – Little River Band
- You Don’t Have To Cry – Crosby, Stills & Nash
- Owner Of A Lonely Heart – Yes
- The Heart Of The Matter – Don Henley
- Cowboys & Angels – George Michael
- Nothingman – Pearl Jam
- Because The Night – 10,000 Maniacs
- Conviction Of The Heart – Kenny Loggins