18 October 2009

Soundtrack to Suki IV

This isn't exact but it is close. John left a few out near the end of the book, but it is a good video collection anyway.

The 'soundtrack' for Suki IV:
Track 1,Vacation by the Go Go's as the couple begins their journey to their Fort Hood Texas lunch stop in a chartered jet.

Next track,Slow Ride, by Foghat when they finally get down to romantic business alone in the cabin.

Next tracks (this whole website), as General Sophia Petrucci drives the couple and crew to lunch.
Next track, Time Bomb by Rancid as the couple makes love on the way to Eglin Air Force Base, Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
Next track, The Car Song, by Elastica as the couple drives on base.

Breakout by Swing Out Sister plays as the couple has some private time in their quarters, rolling and playing on the bed.
Next track, Mister Roboto by Styx plays in John's head as he watches fully autonomous aircraft loaded by a fully automated, autonomous transportation and storage facility

Next track, Breathe Your Name by Sixpence None the Richer as Suki and John cuddle during their next SCIF session. Suki is worried about Tag's safety during an invasion of Iran.

Next track, Later in the day, sex in a Secure Compartmentalized Information Facility (SCIF), Bad Word for a Good Thing, by The Friggs. (Thank you Ms. S) followed byFuel by Avril Lavigne, Take It Off by The Donnas and How Much Love by Vixen.

Next track, Lost in the Supermarket by The Clash echoes in Suki's head as the couple explores the Mega Wal*Mart on base for groceries and shotgun shells. It is "retiree payday" and about forty people have traffic in the entire store at a crawl.

Rock Me by Vixen plays as they drift off to sleep.
Next track, Down Rodeo plays in the heads of the couple, followed by Pistol-grip Pump, shortly followed by The Rolling Stones, Shattered, as they spend time on the skeet and trap ranges and Suki breaks her first hundred.
Next track, Another love making session in the SCIF, Connection, by Elastica, followed by Cannonball by The Breeders.
Next four tracks, Vintage 1990s exotic dance music that plays as the couple visits Sammy's On The Beach, exotic dance club.

Next track, Ready to Go, by Republica plays during takeoff from Eglin Air Force Base.

Next track, Don't Dream It's Over, cover by Sixpence None The Richer plays as the plane lands at Regan National Airport.
Next track, Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer plays as the couple retires to bed at the Rosslyn condo after returning from vacation. After Suki's selection plays, John counters with a repeat of Kiss Me live, then the Aviril cover as they kiss each other to sleep.

Crusin' by Vixen needs to get in here someplace.

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