Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Ear Candy Update - July 26, 2009

Songs to Steal Cars By

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DISCLAIMER: Duke Wilbury is not responsible, IN ANY WAY, for any speeding tickets you may incur while listening to Songs to Steal Cars By.

America has long had a fascination with the internal-combustion engine, specifically those engines when they're placed inside a chunk of Motor City iron and modified to burn down the road at roughly the speed of sound. I don't have the numbers in front of me, but it would be a safe bet to say there have been as many odes to automobiles as there have been to women. It's not a guarantee that where a bitchin' ride goes women will follow but in a life full of uncertainly, that's as certain as it gets.

America's love affairs don't end there. We, as a people, love our outlaws. We love our gunslingers, our tragic anti-heroes and the villains who make them so. America needed James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause and Brando in The Wild One. So, in an effort to pay homage to both automobile and outlaw, the Ear Candy Update presents Songs to Steal Cars By.

Join us next time for When Cool Was Hot - The Barrelhouse Boogie Woogie Era next Sunday.

If you have any suggestions, bitches, gripes, complaints or praise, email the Duke right here: Dukewilbury@yahoo.com

Here's the boatload of goodies for this episode:

Stolen Car - The Green Hornets
Like a Rocket - Reverend Horton Heat
Led Sled - Denny Freeman featuring Jimmy Vaughn's 1951 Chevy Fleetline
Long White Cadillac - The Blasters
Race With the Devil - Gene Vincent and The Blue Caps
Forty Miles of Bad Road - Duane Eddy, His Twangy Guitar & The Rebels
Knights of Cydonia - Muse
Fucking in the Bushes - Oasis
Road Runner - The Modern Lovers
Devil in Me - 22-20s
Black Sunshine - White Zombie
The Ballad of Thunder Road - Robert Mitchum with Jack Marshall &
his Orchestra
Prison Bound - Social Distortion
I Fought the Law (Live at Shea Stadium) - The Clash

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