FineTune Friday: Battle Of The Sexes

We have finally arrived at the main event, an all-out cage match of boys versus girl in the FineTune Friday Battle of the Sexes.

On the one side we have the fist-fighting, meat-eating, beard wearing, stinky in the woods men with the most macho playlists they could kill and drag into the competition with their own bare hands. Their opponents today are the heel-wearing, cat-fighting, pink drink sipping, pretty as a daisy ladies accentuating the most feminine playlists they could conjure up from their wily bag of lady tricks.

Fighters on your marks. Let’s get ready to rummmmbblllllleee!

Other FineTune Friday Participants This Month:
This was a harder to put together than I had thought, and the dudes hung me out to dry this round. There were three other participants this month, so special thanks to them for joining in. Even if they are my Amazon adversaries.

(these links will change as people’s pages are posted)

Previous FineTune Fridays:
A list of the previous FineTune Fridays can be found on the Dyers.org FineTune Friday Page

12 thoughts on “FineTune Friday: Battle Of The Sexes

  1. I thought it would be easy, but trying to find songs that are macho and not misogynistic was a more difficult than I expected. This was the first time that I worked on a list for a couple of hours and still had 20 to go. I was not psyched, but there are some gems in there.

    I WHOOPED BATMAN’S ASSSS I WHOOPED BATMAN’S ASSSSS…

  2. I’m getting mine finished up and will hopefully be up before midnight.

    Don’t want you to think that I ditched out, causing the women to win by default because they participated and the men didn’t.

  3. Since finetune will only let me put three Van Halen songs in a list… I must post this on account of Tuesday night by Eddie, Dave, Alex and Wolfgang… Amazing…

    01. You Really Got Me (from Van Halen, 1978)
    02. I’m the One (from Van Halen, 1978)
    03. Runnin’ With the Devil (from Van Halen, 1978)
    04. Romeo Delight (from Women and Children First, 1980)
    05. Somebody Get Me a Doctor (from Van Halen II, 1979)
    06. Beautiful Girls (from Van Halen II, 1979)
    07. Dance the Night Away (from Van Halen II, 1979)
    08. Atomic Punk (from Van Halen, 1978)
    09. Everybody Wants Some (from Women and Children First, 1980)
    10. So This Is Love? (from Fair Warning, 1981)
    11. Mean Street (from Fair Warning, 1981)
    12. Pretty Woman (from Diver Down, 1982)
    13. Drum Solo
    14. Unchained (from Fair Warning, 1981)
    15. I’ll Wait (from 1984, 1984)
    16. And the Cradle Will Rock (from Women and Children First, 1980)
    17. Hot for Teacher (from 1984, 1984)
    18. Little Dreamer (from Van Halen, 1978)
    19. Little Guitars (from Diver Down, 1982)
    20. Jamie’s Cryin’ (from Van Halen, 1978)
    21. Ice Cream Man (from Van Halen, 1978)
    22. Panama (from 1984, 1984)
    23. Guitar Solo (incl. “Women in Love” intro, “Cathedral”, “Eruption”)
    24. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love (from Van Halen, 1978)

    Encore

    25. 1984 (from 1984, 1984)
    26. Jump (from 1984, 1984)

    -d—

  4. My playlist is actually a battle within itself. I posted half of the songs for the macho man and half for the beautiful ladies. So there is a half point for the guys their.

  5. Because nothing says “testosterone” like a bunch of guys jumping around on stage sweating in front of a bunch of guys in the pit swinging their arms around, hitting and running into each other, and sweating.

    You don’t see that kinda stuff at a Tori Amos concert – I guarantee that.

    (I would have used Ani Defranco as an example, but I believe she could be more masculine than some guys in most cases)

  6. I think most people think of rock as aggressive and it’s the easiest connection to make with the male ego. My playlist spanned rap, metal, and country, so I found macho in all types of music. In my mind, rap can actually be more macho and verging on misogynistic

    Christina: The way you did your playlist was really unique. 🙂

  7. I agree! I think you can find stereotypically macho elements in rock, rap, and country, but because rock is so aggressive and (normally) loud it is easiest to associate rock = macho.

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