colossal youth (pedro costa, 2006)
joel selvin, altamont: the rolling stones, the hells angels, and the inside story of rock's darkest day, and gimme shelter (albert maysles, david maysles, charlotte zwerin, 1970)

music friday: from the modern rock charts for the week of june 8, 1996

#39: Primitive Radio Gods: “Standing Outside of a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand.” I’ve been downhearted, baby, ever since the day we met.

#19: Oasis, “Champagne Supernova.” Where were you while we were getting high?

#17: Jewel, “Who Will Save Your Soul? After all the lies you told.

#10: Butthole Surfers, “Pepper.” Flipper died a natural death.

#1: Tracy Bonham, “Mother Mother.” Everything’s fine.