Domination of Eiler: Home The Declaration of Domination What Is the Domination? Latest Fiction The Dominator .
Journals: Typical; ('04) VT WI WI IN; ('05) IL MO WI Brasil WI; ('06) IA IL MI WI WI WI; ('07) ?? ON MI ; ('08) IN MI MI; ('09) MS TN FL NC WI NY; ('10) Republica Dominicana: SC NH MT WA ID; ('11) BC AK; ('12) CA
Blogs: ('05) 1 2; ('06) 3 4 5 6; ('07) 7 8 9 10 11; ('08) 12 13 14 15 16; ('09) 17 18 19 20 21; ('10) 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29; ('11) 30; (12) 31; ('13-...) 32 .

Minions of Eiler Unite!
deejay.txt

The Curated Ultimate Deejay List of the Domination of Eiler


Dignitaries have now been invited to broadcast an hour of their favorite songs which might get notice from an all-ages audience. The Domination of Eiler must prepare for when its input must inevitably prevail.

Obviously the Domination must study its entire music library. The library is currently dispersed, such that any of four sub-sections containing 6000+ songs may be loaded onto one music player, as is common for the modern age. The Domination therefore largely operates from memory.

The Domination of Eiler hereby produces a mix of songs which are largely its sacraments. The others are the mightiest songs from all eras which might possibly stand aside those at the Judgment.

All Hail the Domination!


- Mary's Danish, "God Said"

- Amanda Palmer, "The Bed Song" (from SXSW 2013)

- Pink Floyd, "Another Brick in the Wall Part 3" (Berlin Wall performance by Roger Waters et al.)

- The Doors, "Celebration of the Lizard" - A Little Game and The Hill People

- Metallica, the orchestral "Call of Ktulu"

- Deep Purple, "Concerto for Group and Orchestra" Movement 3, 1999 version

- Genesis, "Anyway"

- Rick Wakeman, "The Prisoner"

- REM, "Texarkana"

- Blue Oyster Cult, "Shadow Warrior"

- George Harrison, "Hear Me Lord"

The Domination of Eiler believes in free sharing of information. But if you intend to reproduce significant parts of this commentary, be aware that it is copyright © 2013-2016 by Eiler Technical Enterprises.