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magazine - song from under the floorboards.
by the TVP's...
Rapbeth (Foul Is Fair)
is about One Hundred Years Of Solitude.
The Sad Waltzes of Pietro Crespi by Owen. Kinda.
Cloudbusting by Kate Bush
The Infant Kiss by Kate Bush
The Sprawl by Sonic Youth
Something Wicked by British Sea Power
I definitely know more than this...
Good Morning, Captain by Slint
Stancliffe's Hotel by The Horse That Wears A Crown
Your Lost Horse by The Horse That Wears A Crown
Tom Joad, pts 1 & 2
There are so many more I know... They'll be popping to my head all night now, damn you!
By Maxïmo Park.
Harry and the Potters - This Book Is So Awesome
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin.
the other half of the 'Books EP' and infinitely the better one.
by Jimmy Eat World, for one.
I had to take a few moments to assure myself i liked the book after i found out.
by Bloc Party
(I know its an album; I'm cheating)
Killing an arab - The Cure (about The Outsider)
The Sprawl - Sonic Youth (Neuromancer)
'The Crying of Lot G'
is gravity's rainbow about the book by thomas pynchon? unlikely to be coincidence
(or Killah Priest if you're going to be pedantic).
Now there's a song I haven't heard in a long time.
1. The Velvet Underground - Venus In Furs (based on a novel by Leopold von Something-or-other)
2. The Smiths - This Night Has Opened My Eyes (based on a play, A Taste of Honey, by Shelagh Delaney)
by the manics.
american psycho and christian bale and all that.
based on the book by Thomas Hobbes.
...are always terrible.
...Mastodon being the only exception.