1. Bob Dylan – everything
very good you know…
2. Muse – Absolution
military drums at the start have been known to get this cat up on his feet.
3. The Lips – At War With
Mr Coyne is my kind of guy. Any album with a psychedelic tribute to The Floyd called Pompeii am Götterdämmerung is fine by me.
4. Super Furry Animals
You never know what to
expect with the Super Furries.
5. The Beatles –
Henry the horse is dancing the waltz…
6. The Kinks - The Village Green Preservation Society
I am the phenomenal cat!
7. Love – Forever
I imagine that these young
men would have taken more than just a little bit of nip…
8. James – Gold
Tim is a fruitcake and clearly my kind of guy.
9. Bob Marley – Legend
kind of man – enough said really.
10. The Coral - Magic & Medicine
Yes I’ll have both please
Bubbling under: Flaming Lips – Yoshimi; The Pink Floyd – Live At Pompeii, Meddle; Simon & Garfunkel
- Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme; anything by The Eels
Delilah’s Top 10 2.2.07
1. Muse – Black Holes
I don’t have much in common with
the dim cat though we both share a taste for Muse. And burn, you will burn in
hell for your sins. Feed the hex indeed!
2. Anything by Slayer or Ted
Sadly my owners don’t share my taste
for death metal and songs by unrelenting carnivores…
3. Johnny Cash – Live
From Folsom Prison
Songs about murder and retribution at the
gallows by the man who dresses in my favourite colour
4. Manic Street Preachers –
The Holy Bible
Unapologetically horrific and nihilistic…that
sounds fine to me.
5. Radiohead - OK Computer
When I am King you will be first against the wall.
We hope that you choke…that you choke!
6. Neil Young – Everybody
Knows This Is Nowhere
Down by the river, I shot my baby. Far better than his sentimental ballads Tubby.
7. Queen – Innuendo
For the fine song Delilah after which I
was named. Yes I do have an occasional softer side though this isn’t reflected
by my musical tastes.
8. Meat Loaf – Bat Out
I’m dying at the bottom of a pit
in the blazing sun. A situation I’ve left numerous small animals in during
my hunting days. I’ve now retired and have become a house cat.
9. Muse - Absolution
Not quite as much death as BH&R but
still pretty apocalyptic which is fine by me.
10. Beatles – The Beatles
Skip the acoustic ballads and go straight
to Helter Skelter and the excellently named Happiness Is A Warm Gun.
Bubbling under – Black
Sabbath – We Sold Our Souls for Rock’n’Roll, Motorhead – Ace Of Spades, Nirvana - Nevermind
Katie’s Top 10
1. Carole King – Tapestry
have been known to use violence against any cat who happens to diss this singer-songwriter masterpiece.
2. Snow Patrol - Eyes Open
Snow Patrol are the band Coldplay could be
if they just curb their urges to be experimental! The great Gary Barlow recently anounced to the World that "I
like Snow Patrol". I for one can think of no higher recommendation!
3. Joni Mitchell – Clouds
It tells of the highs and lows faced by
a young cat as she ventures out into the adult world.
4. Keane – Hopes &
These young men also tell of the disappointments
facing a young cat when she realises that everything isn’t quite as wonderful as she hopes in the hard world outside.
5. Norah Jones – Come
Away With Me
Beautiful songs. I’m waiting for your call for a duet Norah.
6. Carpenters – Best
More fine songs. It’s a shame that Karen wasn’t around
as the same time as me as she could have asked me if I would sing a song with her.
7. Burt Bacharach – Instrumental
album owned by Greg
Excellent as there are plenty of gaps for
me to fill with my sublime warbling.
8. Neil Young – Harvest
Nice songs about a mature cat at peace
with the world. Much better than his awful noisy music.
9. Frank Sinatra – anything
Another fine singer who would have benefited
from a Katie duet
10. Beatles – Sgt. Pepper
Henry the horse is dancing the waltz. I love my poor brother most of the time…
Bubbling under: Joni Mitchell –
Blue, Coldplay – X&Y, James Blunt - Back To Bedlam, Katie Melua - Piece By Piece,