miss_s_b: (Mood: Mad as a flibble)
So channel 4 did Psychopath Night, and put up a test on their website so you can see how many psychopathic traits you have. You can take the test here. The only reason I know about this is because I was chatting to someone last night who expressed surprise at getting 63% on it, and was mildly offended when I said I wasn't at all surprised.

I then had to elucidate further: I lived with a psychologist for ten years. I got tested a LOT. I know the signs and symptoms of a LOT of psychological problems. I know I have some interesting quirks. I also know I'm not a psychopath, although I bet I would score higher on an online test than the person I was talking to.

I took the test today. I got 85% on it. I was unsurprised, and not a little amused.

The problems with web-based agree/disagree tests are manifold and well known, but with this particular one, I think that my aspie traits combined with non-tradtional attitudes to a number of things, addiction to thrill-seeking, and my tendency to tick agree/disagree strongly rather than moderately would ring the alarm bells. But of course the defining trait of a psychopath is their inability to feel/express emotion. Anyone who has ever met me for more than ten seconds, or indeed read a few posts on this blog, knows that is NOT a trait of mine.

Psychopaths don't have panic attacks, don't self harm, don't wake up screaming in the night from post traumatic nightmares. I do. Plus, pychopaths are not necessarily bad people anyway. So I guess this blog post is meant as reassurance: if you take that test and score highly, don't fret.



ETA: Also:

miss_s_b: Peter Falk as Columbo saying "just one more thing" (Fangirling: Columbo)
The last few days I have been having conversations via various media with sseveral different people about our, um, eccentricities. It turns out that, like with lots of other taboo subjects, once a topic comes up and you "admit" that you have experienced it, suddenly lots of other people can talk to you about how they have too.

Those of you who don't and haven't self harmed possibly don't realise quite how prevalent it is. So this is my public coming out, if you like. When the intersection of my anxiety, depression and paranoia become too much, I self-harm.

And the rest of this is going under a cut, because there are some things people don't necessarily want to know )

Anyway, the music part. Two songs about self harm:

One for when I'm in the depths of it is Johnny Cash's cover of Hurt. I love the NiN original, but Cash just somehow encapsulates the pain so much better.



And one for when I'm bringing myself out of it is Papa Roach's Last Resort. I really love how the video shows the sad lonely faces of the people alone in their rooms transformed when they go into the crowd and rock out. Healing power of music etc.

Papa Roach - Last Resort from Nuxo on Vimeo.



This post was VERY difficult to write. I hope it's not as difficult to read. I don't want to prompt anyone's concern, or for anyone to do anything, I'm actually not too bad today. But if this post increases understanding a bit it will have done its job...
miss_s_b: Captain Kathryn Janeway (Feminist Heroes: Janeway)
So the problem with coming off the happy pills and managing my various eccentricities with diet and exercise is that if I have a week of megabusy like I had last week, the care regime tends to go out of the window. Don't get me wrong, I'd do everything I did last week again in a heartbeat, but possibly I need to remind myself that self care reaps it's own rewards. As it is, this morning I woke up 2 kilos lighter from not eating properly, with achy muscles from not eating properly OR exercising properly, and with clanging depression and anxiety symptoms.

Experience has taught me that when the day starts like that I can go one of two ways. I will notice and dwell on lots of horrible things that I have no control over and spiral into panic, despair and worse; OR I will notice and dwell on things that piss me off that I CAN do something about... The latter situation is rarer but more productive. At that point the Angry playlist goes on and whoever has annoyed me had better watch out.

Which brings me to the music part of this. I have 29 playlists that I maintain carefully on Spotify to cover various situations. For instance, the Gym one is full of pumping stuff at a decent BPM for exercise; the Miserable one speaks for itself. The Angry one, though, is full of tracks to shout along to and motivate. Such as this:



In This Moment are a band I have only discovered reasonably recently, but have fallen really in love with them. And this particular song has been resonating today.
We wanted peace but you brought this war
We took enough and we won’t take any more
With our fists in the air, we’ll burn it all to the ground
We will tear your fucking empire down...
If you liked that you might want to check out You're Gonna Listen (also on the angry playlist ;)) and Adrenalize (which is on a totally different playlist which we won't go into here)
miss_s_b: (Feminist heroes: Liz Shaw)
If you don't know who Delia Derbyshire is, you've not been reading my blog very long click here

Firstly, the estwhile Dr Goldacre made a sterling suggestion on twitter the other day:I very much approve of this idea. I understand why it hasn't happened yet (BBC staffers never got the credit they deserved, it's why Raymond Cusick doesn't get credited with dalek design too) but that doesn't mean it can't happen now. Just one line to the credits of the show isn't too much to ask, surely? Ben got nearly 250 retweets on that one tweet, but I think Delia deserves a bit more than that. So lets get to it. Email/write/phone the beeb and lets see what we can get done, yeah?

Secondly, and possibly slightly more acheivably, BBC Radio 3's composer of the week feature is seventy years old this year, and they want listeners to suggest composers they haven't featured before. They've provided a handy list of composers they HAVE featured, and Delia is not on it. They say:
If there is someone you think we’ve unjustly overlooked, please do let us know. Send an email to composeroftheweek@bbc.co.uk, write to Composer of the Week, BBC Wales, Cardiff, CF5 2YQ. Or tweet us using the hashtag #COTW70.
I think it'd be awesome to have Delia featured for a whole week on radio 3, and not just because I download the Composer of the Week podcast ;) So if you've got a moment to email or tweet or even write them a snail mail, that'd be fantastic.

Thanks guys :)
miss_s_b: (Music: EPIC TIGHT PANTS!!!)
So apparently, Mick Jagger and Cleggy are mates. Like, they ate in the same restaurant and EVERYTHING. This led the lovely Petite Liberal to opine on twitter that it'd be ace if uncle Mick were a Lib Dem cos then he could come to GLEE CLUB! And you all know what that's going to lead to: a hashtag! Thus #jaggeratgleeclub was born.

Now "I can't get no... proportional representation" doesn't quite scan, but there are a couple of others that I think work
Summer's here
and the time has come
for leafletting all the streets
all we need is RISOs
sweet RISOs
there'll be RISOs everywhere...
and of course
I see a red door and I want to paint it yellow...
and I REALLY want to work on Sympathy for the Paddy
I watched with glee
While your Blairs and Browns
Fought for ten decades
For the mess they made
I shouted out,
"Who killed the Snooping Bill?"
When after all
It was you and me...
You lot have any suggestions?
miss_s_b: (Music: EPIC TIGHT PANTS!!!)
I've been planning to do my own riff on Music Monday for a while, and when I saw about the death of HMV on twitter it spurred me into posting.

When I was a wee thing, my godmother gave me a Jason Donovan album for either Christmas or my birthday. It was a reasonable guess, given the fashions of the time and my age, but she didn't know my musical tastes very well. Luckily she also had the foresight to include the receipt. So I toddled in to HMV in Bradford with a Jason Donovan album and a receipt and swapped it for two of the Iron Maiden First Ten Years double 12"ers. This song was on one of them:



You can also get it on Spotify and last.fm.

I spent much happy time in HMV Bradford, although as the years went by I spent less time buying music and more on peripheries. My two most recent purchases there were a set of headphones and an Iron Maiden T-shirt. Both times I looked at the CDs, and both times I thought "bloody hell, I'm not paying that." And therein lies the reason they're gone. I'm sad, but it's kind of inevitable.

RIP HMV.
miss_s_b: (Music: EPIC TIGHT PANTS!!!)
The Requiem Metal Podcast can be a bit patchy, and tends towards the black/death metal end of things a bit much for my tastes, but this week's edition is a bit of a corker.

They do episodes themed around a band, or a particular aspect of a band's output - I recommend listening to their Monster Magnet, Bruce Dickinson solo, and Alice in Chains editions. The latest edition is The History of the World According to Iron Maiden Part 1 (Stone Age to c.1300CE), and because one of the hosts is a history teacher there's some interesting commentary between tracks. To give you a flavour of the kind of commentary you're getting, they explain the Gordian knot as "Alexander the Great's Kobayishi Maru scenario" ;) They don't take themselves too seriously, they occasionally segue off on tangents, and the music is (obviously) good. It's well worth a listen, and I'm looking forward to next week's slice of world history Maiden style.
miss_s_b: (Politics: FU)
Eric Pickles is apparently going on Desert Island Discs this week. We know this because he tweeted such, and asked for song suggestions. Leaving aside the fact that one is supposed to choose songs which have some special personal meaning, not crowdsoure it, many people have been making suggestions to him, some less polite than others. I can think of none more appropriate than this one, from my beloved father. I've bolded the most appropriat passage, in my view:
I am the man, the very fat man,
That waters the workers' beer
I am the man, the very fat man,
That waters the workers' beer
And what do I care if it makes them ill,
If it makes them terribly queer
I've a car, a yacht, and an aeroplane,
And I waters the workers' beer

Now when I waters the workers' beer,
I puts in strychnine
Some methylated spirits,
And a can of kerosine
Ah, but such a brew so terribly strong,
It would make them terribly queer
So I reaches my hand for the watering-can
And I waters the workers' beer

Now a drop of good beer is good for a man
When he's tired, thirsty and hot
And I sometimes have a drop myself,
From a very special pot
For a strong and healthy working class
Is the thing that I most fear
So I reaches my hand for the watering-can
And I waters the workers' beer


Now ladies fair, beyond compare,
Be you maiden or wife
Spare a thought for such a man
Who leads such a lonely life
For the water rates are frightfully high,
And the meths is terribly dear
And there ain't the profit there used to be
In watering workers' beer
Any of you lot got a better suggestion?
miss_s_b: (Music: Progtastic Rock Wankman)
I went down to the office
In my constituency
There was a great big pile of leaflets a-waiting there for me

The organiser told me
To go and get them out
And then come back for some posters and put them all about
Oh I got too much stuff to do
I got the Lib Dem activist blues

I spoke to the cand’date
He’s nothing like me
He’s white and grey and suited and he told me to be free
But I got too much stuff to do
I got the Lib Dem activist blues

I went round the doorsteps
I knocked on the door
The voter screamed into my face to not come back no more
Oh I got too much stuff to do
I got the Lib Dem activist blues

The voters they despise me
They call me hypocrite
They say that I’m a traitor to the values that make me tick
Oh I got too much stuff to do
I got the Lib Dem activist blues

So please, I beg you voter
Tho it goes against the grain
To please be gentle to me and be mindful of my pain
Cos I got too much stuff to do
I got the Lib Dem activist blues
I got the low-down dirty poor Lib Dem activist blues...
miss_s_b: (Music: EPIC TIGHT PANTS!!!)
Holly is on half term. We have been having a bit of a dance around the living room. Among the vast range of stuff we've listened to, from Lady Gaga to Iron Maiden, this is the song she liked best today:



miss_s_b: (Music: HiM)
I don't often do these subject-per-day things, but I'm making an exception today because of the passing of a magnificent musician. Jon Lord, of the mighty organ, has passed away. I hope he'll be reunited with his good friend (and another of my great heroes) John Mortimer when he gets to the other side.

miss_s_b: (Music: Progtastic Rock Wankman)
OK, so, since I jacked Facebook in, I have lost almost all my spotify f-list, so I can't nosey at other people's playlists, and this makes me sad. HOWEVER, apparently I can add people on spotify if I kno their spotify user name ithout having to do anything with evil facebook of evil. So does anyone here want to tell me their spotify user name?

ETA: If anyone wants to spy on what I'm listening to, put spotify:user:miss_s_b into the search box and you should find me.
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miss_s_b: (Music: EPIC TIGHT PANTS!!!)


Happy 65th Mr B.
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miss_s_b: (Politics: Liberal)
First: the BBC are releasing a box set of the complete OHG! YAY! They want a hundred quid RRP for it... BOOOO! An actual complete box set is good, though, because a lot of the CDs released so far only have four eps of a six ep series on.

Second: The Grauniad have "lib Dem Conference in pictures". Highlights include a very sexy Vince picture at 13/25, and Daddy Richard and [personal profile] po8crg at 19/25. Daddy Richard's accusing glare at the photographer is a thing of beauty and a joy forever.

Three: Sara Bedford's amazing speech from the equal marriage debate. She says a lot of what I would have said if I had been called, except with more style and elan, and less Discworld references.

Four: The fifteen albums meme via Caron and [personal profile] pickwick.
Don't take too long to think about it. Fifteen albums you've heard that will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes. Tag fifteen friends, including me, because I'm interested in seeing what albums my "music-fan-friends" choose.
  1. Trash - Alice Cooper. I was 11 years old, watching the chart show on a saturday morning in lieu of cleaning the house like I was supposed to be doing. I was fairly au fait with lots of British Rock music (of which more later) and the chart commercial stuff like Bon Jovi (that ep of the chart show also featured Lay Your Hands on Me), but I was woefully naive in terms of classic American rock. The chart countdown got to number 2, and I saw this.

    I'd never seen or heard anything like it before. It was the start of a lifelong love affair. I adore Alice. He's witty, he's erudite, he writes sing along rock anthems about necrophilia. I saved up my pocket money for 15 weeks to buy the album, and by the time I had the money it had been reduced in price, so I could afford a couple of singles as well. I now own 17 Alice Cooper albums, but that one was my first, and it will always have a special place in my heart.

    Pop fact: [personal profile] magister was watching the same edition of the chart show at the same time, also to get out of cleaning :D

  2. The Works - Queen. My elder brother bought me a Walkman for my seventh birthday (or possibly Christmas). My slightly less elder brother got me a copy of this album to play on it. I had a fair few tapes I had taped off of other sources, but this was my first proper bought album. I played it until it wore through and the tape snapped.

  3. The Monty Python Instant Record Collection. A fine selection of songs and sketches and bits of the films all in one handy package. Constitutional Peasant is still a favourite. Oh hell, ALL of it is.

  4. Troublegum - Therapy?. When I met [personal profile] matgb he was wearing a Therapy? t-shirt. I have Troublegum on green vinyl. It was clearly a match made in Heaven.

  5. Parsley Sage Rosemary and Thyme - Simon and Garfunkel. My mum always loved S&G, but I really started to appreciate them in my teenage years. This album is full of sharply observed songs about alienation. And some faintly pretentious ones like The Dangling Conversation, which as a teenager you think are incredibly profound.

  6. Spaced Out: The very best of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. I still maintain that Leonard Nimoy's version of Both Sides Now is better than Joni Mitchell's original, and there are 25 tracks of total mad classics on this album. Yes, I am a sad case.

  7. Paranoid and Sunburnt - Skunk Anansie. This was another one of those OMG I've never heard anything like THAT before! albums. Little Baby Swastikkka blew me away when I first heard it. And Rise Up is one of the songs I put on Holly's playlist. And I still have a crush on Skin.

  8. Different Class - Pulp. I find myself singing I Spy to myself a lot these days ;)

  9. Ooo Crikey It's... - Lawnmower Deth. Combines two of my most favourite things - metal and extreme silliness.

  10. BadMotorFinger - Soundgarden. Mmmmmm Chris Cornell.

  11. Respect - The Very Best of Aretha Franklin. Aretha has the most amazing voice, and you've got to Respect that.

  12. Murder Ballads - Nick Cave. Terrifying, shocking and hilarious in equal measure. Who else could have a number one hit by stoving Kylie Mingogue's head in with a rock? I also love The Curse of Millhaven and O'Malley's Bar.

  13. Diva - Annie Lennox.

  14. 24 Carrott Gold - Jasper Carrott. I can't watch Golden Balls. It makes me so sad to see that a man who reduced me to tears of laughter is now a gameshow host. This album illustrates why.

  15. Brave New World - Iron Maiden. I had real difficulty choosing a Maiden album, but in the end I plumped for the one with the magnificent The Wicker Man on it. Really, though, this could have been any of about six. I mean, No Prayer For the Dying has the world's best Christmas #1 on it. Seventh Son of a Seventh Son has the song for which the video was Graham Chapman's last work. Picking a classic MAiden album is like trying to pick the one worthwhile work of Oscar Wilde...




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I'm making a playlist for Holly on Spotify. It includes songs that I know she likes and also the songs I think it would do her good to listen to (see if you can pick out which ones are which ;)), and so far it looks like this:
What's Up - 4 Non Blondes
Sun Arise - Alice Cooper
Respect - Aretha Franklin
If it Wasnae For Your Wellies - Billy Connolly
Keep the Faith - Bon Jovi
Independent Women Part 1 - Destiny's Child
Lose Yourself (non-sweary edit) - Eminem
Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves - Eurythmics & Aretha Franklin
The World is Not Enough - Garbage
I Am What I Am - Gloria Gaynor
Working Class Hero - Green Day (no Lennon/Beatles originals on Spotify, sadly)
Fear of the Dark - Iron Maiden
The Wicker Man - Iron Maiden
A Praise Chorus - Jimmy Eat World
The Middle - Jimmy Eat World
I Love Rock 'n' Roll - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Man in Black - Johnny Cash
Big Yellow Taxi - Joni Mitchell
One Way - Levellers
Hey Jude - Magical Abbey Road Tribute Band
Galaxy Song - Monty Python
Feeling Good - Muse
These Boots Are Made for Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra
Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield
The Show Must Go On - Queen
Don't Stop Me Now - Queen
We Will Rock You - Queen
Trouble - Shampoo
Rise Up - Skunk Anansie
Devil Gate Drive - Suzi Quattro
That's Not My Name - the Ting Tings
Roisin Dubh (Black Rose) - Thin Lizzy
Whiskey in the Jar - Thin Lizzy
Anybody have any further suggestions? No sweary ones, please, at least for now. Feministy and uplifting is good. Also sing along rock anthems seem to go down well.
miss_s_b: (Fangirling: Cthulhu the Six!Fan)
So I was sat listening to the news on radio 4, and suddenly, there was music. The Archers should have been starting, and there was music instead! This saved me from my usual ritual of turning the radio off for quarter of an hour to pretend that I'm really not completely addicted to radio 4 because I detest the Archers.

So please, people, I know I'm late to the party, but Save 6Music (38 degrees have a webform for it here), so they can continue to save me from The Archers!



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miss_s_b: (Music: HiM)
Rather than doing a Thoughts From the Train á la Lady Mark (partly because I'm not as profound as him, and partly because the wifi on the train kept crapping out on me, and thus I'm not actually posting this from the train...) I'm going to post a bunch of song lyric couplets, in roughly chronological order of how they popped into my head over recent days. Not all of them are strictly relevant so I wouldn't bother trying to attach them to a particular situation if I were you, but points for anyone who can identify them all.
  1. I ran into my room and I fell down on my knees
    Well I thought that fifteen was gonna be a breeze

  2. She hates time, make it stop
    When did Motley Crue become classic rock?

    (sorry, had to do that - ;) George) - 1985 by Bowling for Soup

  3. I loved the words you wrote to me, but that was bloody yesterday
    I can't survive on what you send every time you need a friend
    - A New England by Billy Bragg

  4. That's what you get for falling in love
    Now I'm addicted and your kiss is the drug
    - Bad Medicine by Bon Jovi

  5. A nice little house wife, who'll give me a steady life.
    And not keep going off the rails.
    - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye by David Gray (cover of Soft Cell)

  6. I don't need no Monday or the rest of the week
    I spend a lot of time in bed, but baby I don't like to sleep, no

  7. Would you like some zucchini? Or my homemade linguini, it's hard to beat
    Have some more fettuccini, ay, you getting too skinny, you got to eat
    - Lasagne by Weird Al Yankovic

  8. I got it from some kitty next door
    I went and see the doctor and he gave me the cure
    - Cat Scratch Fever by Pantera

  9. I got trouble, trouble in my eyes
    I'm just looking for another good time

  10. Tastes so good make a poor man cry
    Sweet cherry pie
    - Cherry Pie by Warrant

  11. I'm sitting in the railway station. got a ticket for my destination;
    On a tour of one-night stands my suitcase and guitar in hand.
    - Homeward Bound by Simon and Garfunkel

  12. As long as you're still smiling
    There's nothing more I need


    or, alternatively, the boyband version

    If loving you with all my heart's a crime
    Then I'm guilty.
Karate tonight was... interesting. We had a mock for my belt grading and I think I did OK, except for the fact that my outside block is still woeful. This has led to the frankly bonkers idea getting into my head that I'm going to have to teach Mat how to do chudan punches so I can practise blocking them...

In unrelated news, one of the things that a certain Mr Strange was telling me this week was that he doesn't think he's rock 'n' roll enough. I think you guys should judge for yourselves:



I ask you, what could be more rock 'n' roll than being a Brucealike? ;)



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miss_s_b: (Music: Brian (Roof))
So, there's a new kid on the Bo Rhap comedy covers block.



The Muppets

It's certainly more original than the



Zany Newsreaders, although I will always have a HUGE soft spot for George Alagiah, Rock God. And how awesome is Michael Buerk's drumming? The thing is, like so much else's of BBC News' output, that version will never recover from the excruciating contribution made by Nick Robinson and Jug Ears Marr.

No, my favourite always has been, and always will be, the cross-channel and endearingly amateurish:



Comic Relief Version. Partly for the Boyz From the Dwarf, and Seth from Emmerdale, and partly for the poignant appearance by Jill Dando, but mostly for the contribution of the Drop The Dead Donkey Team. I'm not sure whether I have more love for George's air guitar, or Sally and Henry headbanging (and the ensuing coif disasters).

But what do you lot reckon?

Poll #1773 BoRhap
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 8


Which is the best version?

View Answers

The Muppets
1 (12.5%)

Zany Newsreaders
0 (0.0%)

Comic Relief
6 (75.0%)

Some other version which I shall explain in the comments
1 (12.5%)

Which is the most excruciatingly embarrassingly bad version?

View Answers

The Muppets
0 (0.0%)

Zany Newsreaders
6 (100.0%)

Comic Relief
0 (0.0%)

Some other version which I shall detail in the comments
0 (0.0%)



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Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 11:12 pm
miss_s_b: (Music: Progtastic Rock Wankman)
Thanks for all your recs so far. The thing I am loving about Spotify, and that I didn't realise until [personal profile] moviegrrl mentioned that you could do it, is collaborative playlists! So I have made my girl power list collaborative, which means you all can go and add to it if you like. If you've not got spotify yet, you can get it from here. It works on the LJ model - free accounts have ads, and you can pay to be adless - and the ads haven't been too intrusive and annoying so far.

So, if anyone wants me to set them up a playlist, or to help collaborate on one, if you think I might know some music you don't, or whatever, just point me at your playlist.



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miss_s_b: (Music: Nick Cave/PJ Harvey)
I am making a spotify playlist of what might be called girl power music - stuff by women that isn't being submissive to some man, basically - and here's what I've got so far. And it's woefully inadequate. You see, the thing is that the music that I am familiar with is mostly hairy men shouting about stuff... So you lot need to rec me some stuff. I don't want any Spice Girls or stuff like that, and would love to be introduced to some nice female-fronted metal. Political/protesty stuff also welcome. Rise Up by Skunk Anasie was one of the ones that sprang immediately to mind, although that doesn't seem to be available - and nor does I Love Rock 'n' Roll by Joan Jett...

So rec away! Fill my gaps (f'narr f'narr)

ETA: List is now collaborative. Go and add stuff to it! Oh, and if you haven't got a spotify account I do really recommend it.



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