Thursday, March 31, 2011
I like pianos and stuff. And just good music I haven’t heard in years. I play some Queen Don’t Stop Me Now, Annie Lennox Walking On Broken Glass, Ben Folds Five Brick, Elton John Tiny Dancer, Boomtown Rats I Don’t Like Mondays, George Michael Careless Whisper, Led Zeppelin Going To California, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Chicago, David Bowie Life On Mars, The Verve Pipe The Freshman. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
New Wave!!! Yeah. Depeche Mode Personal Jesus, INXS New Sensation, Naked Eyes Promises, Promises, The Psychedelic Furs Love My Way, Birds Fly Whisper To A Scream, The Cure Love Cats, Talking Heads Once In A Lifetime, General Public Tenderness, Duran Duran The Wild Boys, The Fixx One Thing Leads To Another, When In Rome The Promise, Gerard McMann Cry Little Sister. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Monday, March 28, 2011
I wasn’t super excited to see this movie. I had seen the trailer and it had me hooked until it looked like it was becoming this kinda chase film. Oh, don’t you love bad marketing? The trailer actually misleads you but not in a good way. Lots of movies the past few years either feature scenes that aren’t in the movie or flat out show you the entire film. This one says “This is what happens!” and makes me not want to see it.
The movie stars Bradley Cooper (The Hangover, Alias, A-Team) as Eddie Morra, a lazy writer who gets dumped by his girlfriend played by Abbie Cornish (Sucker Punch, Bright Star). She knows he can be better but he just cant. Eddie bumps into his ex wife’s brother Vernon played by Johnny Whitworth (3:10 To Yuma, Empire Records, Gamer). Vernon offers him a clear little pill to take that will change his life.
Saturday, March 26, 2011
“If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.”
Holy shit. I swear. I was excited about this movie months ago after Alex told me about the trailer. I watched it, wiped my pants off, and patiently waited until this came out. Some people said it looked silly. Some said it looked like it wouldn’t be good. I said “I don’t care what this movie is like. If there are hot chicks wearing almost nothing and shooting robots and shit, I’ll see it.”
I got what I wanted! I got what I wanted and more. I will try not to spoil this too much because I want people to see this movie and still have some surprises if they see it. Before I get started allow me to state how amazing the soundtrack for this film was. I will be buying it this week because I haven’t gotten this many goose bumps from music in a film since Goodfellas and Snatch.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Let’s play some cool ass music. Ludacris Number One Spot, John Legend Green Light, Gnarls Barkley Run, Young Joc It’s Goin’ Down, 50 Cent Ayo Technology, UGK International Players Anthem, ODB Shimmy Shimmy Ya, UNK Walk It Out, Drake Lil Wayne & Young Jeezy I’m Going In, and Busta Rhymes Touch It. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
In this episode I felt like playing some old school fun dance music. MC Hammer Let’s Get It Started, Troop That’s My Attitude, Johnny Gill Rub You The Right Way, Quad City DJ’s C’mon ‘N Ride It (The Train), 69 Boyz Tootsee Roll, JJ Fadd Supersonic, Vanilla Ice Ice Ice Baby, Rob Base It Takes Two, Truth Hurts & Rakim Addictive, Jamiroquai Just Dance, Kid & Play Rollin’ With Kid ‘N Play. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
I felt like playing some awesome DJ Quik music so I play him and his associates. DJ Quik & AMG Trouble, 2nd II None Be True To Yourself, Hi-C Leave My Curl Alone, Mausberg Get Nekkid, DJ Quik Quik Is The Name, AMG Bitch Betta Have My Money, Suga Free If U Stay Ready, 2nd II None If You Want It, Hi-C Sitting In The Park, The Fixxers Can You Werk Wit Dat, DJ Quick Down Down Down. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
I like bass. Loud ass bass. So I play some Masta Ace Born To Roll, Xzibit Front To Back, Volume 10 Pistol Grip Pump, Beastie Boys Paul Revere, E40 Tell Me When To Go, Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg Still Dre, Ying Yang Twins Wait, Ludacris Hood Stuck, Bone Crusher Never Scared, Scarface On My Block, Above The Law VSOP, and 2 Live Crew Get It Girl. Click here to download this and older Ross Radio Shows.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
In this episode dedicated to the recently deceased singer Nate Dogg I play some songs either by or featuring him. Warren G. Regulate, Kurupt & Roscoe Girls All Pause, Snoop Dogg Lay Low, Nate Dogg Why, Eminem Till I Collapse, Nate Dogg I Got Love, Mark Ronson & Ghostface Killah Ooh Wee, Xzibit & Snoop Dogg Bitch Please, Ludacris Area Codes, and Nate Dogg Never Leave Me Alone. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Sunday, March 13, 2011
In this electric ass episode I play Eric Prydz Call On Me, Daft Punk Technologic, Benni Benassi Push Me, Junior Senior Move Your Feet, Switch Get Your Dub On, Junior Jack E Samba, Room 5 Make Luv, Adam Freeland We Want Your Soul, David Guetta Just A Little More Love, and Underworld Born Slippy. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Its hard to blend in when you look like a supermodel. So I finally watched I Am Number 4 aka Smallville Marathon. That’s not a knock on the film or Smallville because truth be told I used to be a huge fan of Smallville. But this seriously was like watching a CW television show which shouldn’t be surprising since it was written by a CW writer.
The film stars Alex Pettyfer (Beastly, Wild Child) as John Smith. He is one of the last of his race of super powered beings who now live on Earth. Timothy Olyphant (The Crazies, Hitman, Deadwood) is Henri, his guardian.
This will be full of spoilers.
Friday, March 11, 2011
If you don’t like classic rock then this isn’t the show for you! I play MC5 Kick Out The Jams, The Stooges Down On The Street, The New York Dolls Looking For A Kiss, Led Zeppelin Immigrant Song, The Kinks You Really Got Me, Cream White Room, Black Sabbath Paranoid, The Who Babe O’Riley, T. Rex 20th Century Boy, The Rolling Stones Gimme Shelter, Jefferson Airplane White Rabbit, Boston More Than A Feeling, Creedance Clearwater Revival Run Through The Jungle, AC/DC Love Hungry Man. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
In this episode dedicated to Notorious B.I.G I play Going Back To Cali, Juicy, Big Poppa, One More Chance, Warning, The What, 10 Crack Commandments, N****s Bleed, Everyday Struggle, Ready To Die, and Suicidal Thoughts. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
In this Just Blaze produced episode I play Jay Z Allure, Rah Digga Party And Bullshit, Joe Budden Pump It Up, Juelz Santana Second Coming, TI King Back, Eminem Fly Away, Xzibit Multiply, Lenny Kravitz Storm, Rhymefest Dynomite, Ghostface Killah The Champ, and Fabolous Breathe. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
I felt randomly dancey and soulful so I play some Robin Thicke When I Get You Alone, R. Kelly Ignition (and remix), Snoop Dogg Sensual Seduction, Mya My Love Is Like Whoa, Usher Caught Up, Justin Timberlake My Love, Tweet Oops Oh My, After 7 Cant Stop, Seal Waiting For You. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Monday, March 7, 2011
This episode is personally one of my favorites. Run DMC Peter Piper, East Coast All Stars Self Destruction, West Coast Rap All Stars We’re All In The Same Gang, Laid Back White Horse, Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh La Di Da Di, EPMD Headbanger, Sir Mix-A-Lot My Posse’s On Broadway, Beastie Boys 3 MC’s And 1 DJ, LL Cool J My Radio, and Doug E Fresh I-ight. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
In this episode I play some Madonna Into the Groove, The Human League Mirror Man, Cindy Lauper Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Wham! Wake Me Up, After The Fire Der Kommissar, A Flock Of Seagulls I Ran, Yaz Situation, Tears For Fears Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Men Without Hats Safety Dance, Dexy’s Midnight Runners Come On Eileen, and The Clash Radio Clash. Click here to download this and past Ross Radio Shows.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect when me and my friend Q. went to see The Adjustment Bureau. We originally were supposed to see Biutiful but ended up missing the start of the film and not being allowed inside. The Arclight in Hollywood don’t play! I wasn’t too excited about seeing this film because the trailer showed far too much about the film and I had a feeling that there was no way possible that the ending would please me. I was right.
The film stars Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting, Dogma, The Bourne Series) as David Norris, a politician running for Senate. One day he meets a woman played by Emily Blunt (The Wolfman, The Devil Wears Prada, Dan In Real Life) named Elise Sallas, a dancer. The two of them meet and immediately fall in love.