The Cramps - Black Christmas (2004)

Here is a cd compiled by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorschach of The Cramps. Artwork care of Lux himself. This was originally put together for some magazine, but I can't recall which.

Brain Steak Bikini

Blackbirds - Touch Of Music (1971)

01 Praludium
02 All You Need
03 Return From The War
04 Give Me Freedom
05 What Is Free
06 Come Back

But Anyway...

Erika in my favorite scenes from Under Siege in HD


Erika Eleniak

Erika Eleniak (born September 29, 1969)is an American Playboy Playmate and actress, perhaps best known for her role in Baywatch as Shauni McClain.

Erika's Playboy Covers


Erika Eleniak by Elman

T.B. Sheets up the window and let me breathe...

"T.B. Sheets" is a blues-influenced song written and recorded by Van Morrison, recorded for the Bang Records label in 1967 and included on his first solo album, Blowin' Your Mind!. It later appeared on the Bang compilation, T.B. Sheets. The story as told in the song takes place in a hospital room where a young girl lies dying of tuberculosis and is visited by the storyteller. The overwhelming pain and guilt he feels leads to a desperate feeling of wanting to escape from the closed-in room smelling of death and disease.

"T.B. Sheets" was the opening song and featured prominently in the 1999 movie Bringing Out the Dead, directed by Martin Scorsese.

Blowin' Your Mind! - Van Morrison (1967)

Blowin' Your Mind! is the solo debut album by Northern Irish musician Van Morrison. The album was recorded on the 28th and 29th of March, 1967 and contained his first solo pop hit "Brown Eyed Girl". It was included by Rolling Stone as one of the 40 Essential Albums of 1967.

Side one
1. "Brown Eyed Girl" – 3:03
2. "He Ain't Give You None" – 5:13
3. "T.B. Sheets" – 9:44

Side two
1. "Spanish Rose" – 3:06
2. "Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)" (Wes Farrell, Bert Russell) – 2:57
3. "Ro Ro Rosey" – 3:03
4. "Who Drove the Red Sports Car?" – 5:35
5. "Midnight Special" (traditional) – 2:51

1994 CD reissue bonus tracks (alternate takes)
1. "Spanish Rose" – 3:38
2. "Ro Ro Rosey" – 3:09
3. "Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)" (Farrell, Russell) – 2:39
4. "Who Drove the Red Sports Car?" – 3:49
5. "Midnight Special" (traditional) – 2:46


Silent Movie (1976)

Silent Movie is a comedy film directed by and starring Mel Brooks, and released by 20th Century Fox on June 17, 1976. The ensemble cast includes Dom DeLuise, Marty Feldman, Bernadette Peters, and Sid Caesar, with appearances by Anne Bancroft, Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds, James Caan, Marcel Marceau and Paul Newman playing themselves.

While indeed silent (except for one word and numerous sound effects), the film is a parody of the silent film genre, particularly the slapstick comedies of Hal Roach, Mack Sennett, and Buster Keaton. Among the film's many jokes is the fact that the only audible line in the movie is spoken by a noted mime (Marcel Marceau).

Sound is a big factor in the film's humor, as when a scene that shows New York City begins with the song "San Francisco," only to have it come to a sudden stop as if the musicians realize they are playing the wrong music. They then go into "I'll Take Manhattan" instead.

A play on the 1970s trend of large corporations buying up smaller companies is parodied in this film by the attempt of the Engulf and Devour Corporation to take control of a studio (a thinly veiled reference to Gulf+Western's takeover of Paramount Pictures).

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Louis De Funes Collection Pack

Louis Germain David de Funès de Galarza (31 July 1914 – 27 January 1983) was a French actor who is considered by many to be one of the giants of French comedy. His acting style is remembered for its high energy performance, a wide range of facial expressions and an engaging, snappy impatience.

He was enormously successful in several countries for many years, but remained almost unknown in the English-speaking world. He was only noted in the United States in 1974 with the release of The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob. In a 1968 poll, he was voted France's favourite actor. In a personal statement he claimed only to be interested in films that would draw an audience of 500,000 at least.

1964 - Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez
1965 - Le gendarme à New York
1968 - Le gendarme se marie
1970 - Le gendarme en balade
1979 - Le gendarme et les extra-terrestres
1982 - Le gendarme et les gendarmettes