Category Archives: music
Well, you didn’t wake up this morning cause you didn’t go to bed You were watching the whites of your eyes turn red The calendar on your wall is ticking the days off You’ve been reading some old letters You … Continue reading
Everyone has a superpower. Mine is that I can listen to Lynyrd Skynyrd unironically.
I’m not going to sit here and tell you that “Heroin” isn’t the best live song ever recorded in the history of mankind. I won’t do it. What I will say is that every time I listen to it–the very … Continue reading
Donovan’s ‘Atlantis’ is probably the most spectacular matching of great chorus to shitty rest-of-song that has ever fallen out of a pop star. “All legends from all lands were from fair Atlantis”? Spectaculary bad lyric. Horrific. And there’s far, far … Continue reading
I was listening to “Don’t Fear the Reaper” the other day For probably the first time in a long time My heart was in my throat, wishing them well In their mighty trek around all those helper verbs Through that … Continue reading
Adriano Celentano takes a stab at sounding like he’s singing English without really singing English: If this is what Italians think English speakers sound like, we sound pretty frickin awesome. And talk about our dance moves!
I could look at Greta Scacchi all day.
And the sign said anybody caught trespassing would be shot on sight So I jumped on the fence and yelled at the house, Hey! what gives you the right To put up a fence to keep me out or to … Continue reading
What am I, 45? I only now noticed that embedded in the rock group “The Beatles” name is the word “Beat.” Which is pretty much probably why they chose that name. I know, it’s fucking inexplicable how I could have … Continue reading
Good Heavens, Iris is beautiful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FikZwgj89HI
Amalgamated Conglomerates, Inc (Ecto Division) is proud to present a new public service* for your listening enjoyment. Under “Links” in the sidebar is a new entry. Merely click on it, enter the password**, and you will be seconds away from … Continue reading