HORRORPOPS

Music for Feelings - thegits

Sad
Adia - Sarah McLachlan
Fireworks - Mitski
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door - Tamara
Untouchable Face - Ani DiFranco

Angry
You Oughta Know - Alanis Morissette
Backstabber - Dresden Dolls
Bruise Violet - Babes in Toyland
Sick of It All - The Distillers

Happy
Heading for the Disco - Horrorpops
Odyle - Heloise & The Savoir Faire
Shine - Imogen Heap
YooHoo - Imperial Teen

Sexy (okay it’s a feeling, I suppose)
Feelin’ Love - Paula Cole
Valerie - Amy Winehouse
Big Time Sensuality - Bjork
Biscuit - Ivy Levan 


4

a mixed cd i made for my friend made up of (mostly) classics.
super fun playlist:
a forest - the cure
cinderella’s big score - sonic youth
rock the casbah - the clash
how soon is now - the smiths
kiss kiss kill kill - horrorpops
love will tear us apart - joy division
murdermill - the kills
rebel grrrl - bikini kill
tear you apart - she wants revenge
This must be the place - the talking heads
deceptacon - le tigre
blue monday - new order
dance this mess around - b52’s
ghost town - the specials

2

Kim Nekroman (the Nekromantix) and Patricia Day (the Horrorpops). They’re married for those of you who don’t know.

I find this very cute and romantic since they’re obviously singing about eachother. First lyrics is from Nekromantix - My Girl and second one is the Horrorpops - Walk Like A Zombie

“As far as bands go, the more women in the music business the better. When I started, there were no females, and the other sex didn’t want to play with me. We’re still at the point where every female vocalist has to be compared to Madonna or Gwen Stefani, simply because they are the only females on the rock charts. So I still feel like there’s a lot to prove, and I’m hoping on getting that changed around. Having it so someday gender isn’t that important in rock & roll is something that’s very important to me.”

- Patricia Day