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THE TUBES "hang myself when I get enough rope" R10+1

Well, you can't have that, but if you're an American citizen you are entitled to:
a heated kidney shaped pool,
a microwave oven--don't watch the food cook,
a Dyna-Gym--I'll personally demonstrate it in the privacy of your own home,
a king-size Titanic unsinkable Molly Brown waterbed with polybendum,
a foolproof plan and an airtight alibi,
real simulated Indian jewelry,
a Gucci shoetree,
a year's supply of antibiotics,
a personally autographed picture of Randy Mantooth
and Bob Dylan's new unlisted phone number,
a beautifully restored 3rd Reich swizzle stick,
Rosemary's baby,
a dream date in kneepads with Paul Williams,
a new Matador, a new mastodon,
a Maverick, a Mustang, a Montego,
a Merc Montclair, a Mark IV, a meteor,
a Mercedes, an MG, or a Malibu,
a Mort Moriarty, a Maserati, a Mac truck,
a Mazda, a new Monza, or a moped,
a Winnebago--Hell, a herd of Winnebago's we're giving 'em away,
or how about a McCulloch chainsaw,
a Las Vegas wedding,
a Mexican divorce,
a solid gold Kama Sutra coffee pot,
or a baby's arm holding an apple?

(The Tubes - The Tubes, 1975 - "White Punks on Dope" (Bill Spooner, Roger Steen, Michael Evans) and "What Do You Want from Life?" (Bill Spooner, Michael Evans)

And Now I Present You This Week's R10+1

1. Noah’s Boat - Earth Bound – Somewhere In Between

2. Exitlude – The Killers – Sam’s Town

3. Voice of the Voiceless – Rage Against The Machine – The Battle of Los Angeles

4. Always on My Mind – Willie Nelson - Songs

5. Tangled and Dark – Bonnie Raitt – Luck of the Draw

6. Flamenco Sketches – Miles Davis – Kind of Blue

7. Daddy Don’t Live in That New York City No More – Steely Dan – Citizen Steely Dan

8. I Don’t Care If You Love Me Anymore – The Mavericks – Michael Soundtrack

9. The Dance – Garth Brooks – The Hits

10. Statesboro Blues – The Allman Brothers Band – A Decade of Hits 1969-1979

11. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) – The Offspring - Americana

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