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Interview with Rock & Pop - Mental Jukebox, Czech Republic, 2006

Mental Jukebox - What you consider as the best song for each category....

What are you listening right now?

Right now, I‘m listening a lot to these CDs:
Wunderkammer (The Dead Brothers); One Man’s Treasure (Mick Harvey); The Best Of Martin Dean (Martin Dean)

Song for the road?

True Faith (New Order)

Religious song?

Je t’aime (Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin)

Evil/ Bad song?

Frankie Teardrop (Suicide)

Song for making girls dance?

Sweet Child O‘ Mine (Guns & Roses)

Song that always starts a bar fight?

Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC)

Song for ending up a fight?

Bird On A Wire (Leonard Cohen)

Best drug song?

King Heroin (James Brown)

Best blues number?

St. James Infirmary (traditional)

Song for crying in the beer?

Oh, Lonesome Me (Don Gibson)

Futuristic song?

Autobahn (Kraftwerk)

Song describing a place?

Mainline Saloon (David Ackles)

Best sex song?

Venus In Furs (Velvet Underground)

Song when it´s monday and it´s raining?

Search And Destroy (Iggy & The Stooges)

Political song?

We Are All Prostitutes (The Pop Group)

The stupidest song?

Don’t They Know It’s Christmas (Bob Geldof etc)

Coolest song?

Pablo Picasso (The Modern Lovers)

Naive song?

The Scarecrow (Pink Floyd)

Metaphysical song?

Venus de Milo (Television)

Best Punk song?

Love Comes In Spurts (Richard Hell & The Voidoids)

The Best song, ever?

Ne Me Quitte Pas (Jaques Brel)

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