Sunday, May 28, 2006

Righty Rock

If this were the beginning of April, we'd think it was an April Fool's joke. The National Review Online has a story about The 50 Greatest Conservative Rock Songs. The full article is in the June 5th print issue of National Review (which has arrived, and is in the magazine room), but if you read the online version you can follow the links to Amazon and find a 30-second soundclip to use as a reminder for any of the songs which have somehow slipped out of your pop-culture memory bins.

The phrase 'Righty Rock' came from some blog discussion of the list, maybe at Slate. But I've lost the link and can't find it again.

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