is the band by Lillian Berlin and his two siblings Eve Berlin (bass guitar) and Bosh Berlin (drums), along with childhood friend Cory Becker on guitar. The St. Louis alternative rock band have released three highly acclaimed albums so far. Lillian Berlin also wrote a book about his childhood («Post Mortem Bliss») and once got stabbed in his leg while crowd surfing.
Anything by him. Cause he was truly insane.
This guy really arrouses me and makes me angry. Exactly what I need for a lonely night in the bath tub.
Well, it takes me a long time to cook and this is a long record. Then also I cook quite shitty food and listening to this album makes even my food taste nice.
Hm, what was I listening to when I run naked through that cornfield last year? Probably «The Joker».
In a romantical or business manner? Well, I go for the «Cocksucker Blues». Any date is kinda cocksucking related.
Like last night? We were listening to «Cheap Sunglasses». It was actually the first time we ever destroyed a hotel room!
This is such a good record. It’s the perfect late night hang over record.
«She eyes me like a pisces when I am weak. I've been locked inside your heart-shaped box for weeks...»
Something they might put on.
Her voice soothes me and makes me forget that I’m 35'000 feet above the ground.
I’m very good at chess. So it doesn't really distract me, it amps me up!
This time it’s Stevie Nicks’ voice that pampers me and puts all the evil in this world into oblivion.
There’s no subway in St. Louis. But I’ve been to New York and London and some cities where they have a subway. Mostly I hear the sound people sitting next to me are listeing to. And that's always Tupac!
Paul’s voice makes me wake up in a good mood and makes me remember all the things you need to be happy. Sometimes sunshine is all you need.
Top 10 all time favorite albums
(Columbia, 1966). For me, this album is the poetry of life.
(Motown, 1970). A record of truth.
(Capitol, 1970). The perfect one-man-band album. He recorded this after the break up with the Beatles all on his own at his home studio, performing all of the instruments himself. It's a goddamn masterpiece!
(Capitol, 1970). Best live album ever.
(Atlantic, 1971). Beause it’s Led Zeppelin IV! Ha! Well, and also because of the song «Going To California». One of the reasons why I lived in LA for some years.
(Reprise, 1977). Stevie Nicks got the sexiest voice ever recorded. Period!
(Geffen, 1993). My rite of passage. Every youth needs to get through his Nirvana phase.
(Capitol, 1966). This is just a beautiful album. The most classical pop music ever. And it teaches you a lot about the right use of harmonies and song structures.
(Capitol, 1969). I love how it all flows perfectly into each other. Especially the second side.
(Capitol, 1973). The best record to get stoned to. Besides Bob Dylans’ «Like A Rolling Stone», of course.