Municipal Waste vocalist Tony Foresta -- Your iPod Is Showing
"When I was in high school, I used to tag Wu-Tang all over the city," Foresta says. "It was before they were really popular and people in the small town I lived in freaked out. They thought it was some sort of local street gang. It scared so many parents that they even had a school assembly about the Wu-Tang Clan. Meanwhile, I was laughing my ass off."
The rest of Foresta's iPod shuffle is all about the rock (with the exception of Ice-T, and, post 'Law and Order: Special Victim's Unit,' who really knows what he is)? The list is packed with a wide array of metal (At the Gates, Torche, Leatherface, Excel and, yes, Municipal Waste). There's also lots of punk, from the melodic (Avail, NOFX) to the brutal (Antischism, New Mexican Disaster Squad). And there's some alternative rock (Sonic Youth) and even a bit of comedy (Tenacious D) to keep things eclectic.
"This is a pretty good representation of the stuff I listen to," Foresta says. "I wish there was a bit more hardcore on here, but what can you do? I'm just glad my huge guilty pleasure -- Regina Spector -- didn't pop up, or people would have started thinking I'm a lesbian (not that there's anything wrong with that)."
Tony Foresta, your iPod is showing:
Wu-Tang Clan -- 'Wu-Tang Clan Ain't nuthin' ta F--- Wit'
Torche -- 'Sundown'
At the Gates -- 'Nausea'
Leatherface -- 'Skin Deep'
Avail -- 'On the Nod'
Excel -- 'Cultured'
Municipal Waste -- 'Massive Aggressive (rough mix)'
Floor -- 'Night Full of Kicks'
Capitalist Casualties -- 'Fashion'
Quincy Punx -- 'Nuke Seattle'
New Mexican Disaster Squad -- 'All Aboard the Lame Train'
NOFX -- 'Dad's Bad News'
Tenacious D -- 'Cock Pushups'
Leeway -- 'On the Outside'
Brutal Knights -- 'Wet My Pants'
Ghostface Killah -- 'Assasination Day'
Ice-T -- 'The House'
Sonic Youth -- 'Shoot'
Strike Anywhere -- 'Earthbound'
Antischism -- 'Free at Last'