The decade that features The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and the debut of numerous artists who would go on to define modern music. Oldies and cheerful doo-wop gradually delved into psychedelia, experimentation, and the birth of punk rock. To a certain degree, music can be divided into two categories... shit that came out before The Velvet Underground; then everything else that followed.

NC-17 SOUNDTRAXXX is being edited, revised, and published. The literature content is gradually being removed for publication or  being transferred to the upcoming site: MHQ HEADQUARTERS. The music countdowns, however, shall remain here.

In the meantime, and why I haven't posted anything in a long time... I am proud to present, the first actual book publication, a dystopian epic: The Mansion Feel free to check it out; it is self-published and fully independent.

According to the plant and animal life on Earth, which eventually unfriends the human race amidst bold accusations coming from an oddly-shaped row of trees: the concepts of government, religion, and economics were fabricated by the same sources that devised such absurdity as Black Friday sales, fashionable bowling attire, expiration dates for vaginal lube, and marketing strategies to entice specifically targeted mayonnaise consumers … and these sources obviously did not originate on the Planet Earth. From Prohibition to the dystopian future plagued with revolution, animosity towards society, and farming hippos with growth hormones, characters such as Squirrel Abraham and Jimmers Waffles (raccoon) not only challenge the status quo, but also question the entire history that created it.

Compiling 30 Sections and 68 different themes and storylines, which explore topics ranging from concepts of customer service to victimless crimes to a town in West Virginia that repeatedly becomes a ghost town; and featuring guest appearances from the likes of seahorses, dragonflies, praying mantis, chickens, and raccoon, The Mansion chronicles the plight of the human race, where Primitive Man evolved into the species known as Homo Bowler, and set out to destroy the world in a quest for decorative plates, generic shoes, and non-dairy powdered creamer.

Top 100 Songs From 1965 & Before + "The Origination of Modern Society":
100 Song List Chronological narrative theorizing the origination of the universe with absolute facts based on testimonials from all of those who were present to witness it. Also, a study of the various roles religion and government played in the role, and how the creation of religion led to the de-evolution of government; absurd comedy + biting social commentary set to a wide range of music recorded from 1897-1965.

BEST OF 1966 + "Important Studies in Mating":
100 Song List. Music from albums widely considered the all-time greatest sets the soundtrack to the story about the very first person to ever video rabbits mating in the wild. Features musical scenes with a variety of animals singing the songs and a daring plot to overthrow the zoo; commonly considered cute and adored by fans of cartoons and animations of animals behaving like people.

The Top 100 Songs of 1967 + "Lifelong Truce":
100 Song List the creates the perfect soundtrack for a psychedelic war story. Explores numerous aspects of war and the draft, which was happening in 1967. Centered around one draftee's struggles with sanity afflicted with being in a war in which he did not even support + two opposing of troops who declared a lifetime truce after a zero casualty stalemate. Essential tracks that changed the course of music forever, including Pink Floyd, The Velvet Underground, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Captain Beefheart- many others.

1968 + Four Events in American History
Legends of rock n roll set the stage for legends in history. Part I: An entertaining horror story about the Roanoke Colony mystery; Part II: The New York Slave Revolt of 1712; Part III: The Boston Massacre; and Part IV: The Trail of Tears. Parts I & 3 are entertaining- but don’t read for accurate historical content; Parts 2 & 4 are biting narratives/social commentaries and may cause anger and resentment- don’t read for happiness and pleasure.

1969 + The 3 M’s of Happiness
The soundtrack to summer of love: Sex, drugs, and rock and roll! The 3 M’s = Music, Marijuana, and Masturbation. Proud owners of The Adult Superstore, The Hash Lounge, and The Concert Venue attempt to save the human race. MC5, King Crimson, The Stooges and 97 others provide the soundtrack. Contains brief nudity.

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