There seem to be 3 black dancers and 2 black dancers in the snapshot above. Add Allen to the mix, that’s an even split of each. And what’s less racist than that?!
Note: not my joke, but there’s never a good time to pull it out anyway.
I’m assuming that’s the artwork…..
There’s always this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaKD8fMIC1A
It seems a lot better a concept now than it did when I first read about it, but I still think it’s a tad unfair on people who can’t play instruments. I know music lovers who have tried for years to learn an instrument and just got nowhere with it, despite trying really hard. I guess it can be argued that they just don’t have to buy this book, but at the same time, it does seem to deprive them of some of the joy that could be had.
No Loudbomb or Blowoff included, nor the aforementioned Land Speed Record. Would have been interesting to see where they placed.
Oddisee’s “People Hear What They See” is available on vinyl from Fat Beats, not just on iTunes. Sorry, pernickety today.
Welcome to the Machine
Well, it’s quite obviously 52nd Street, as it’s the best album of all time.
Lou Reed – The Blue Mask
Satanic Panic in the Attic
Whether or not his theft of Beatles parts is deliberate (he grew up listening to them a lot, so it’s only natural that a lot of it would sneak in), I think it’s plain to see that Noel’s talent as a pop songwriter still puts him up there with the best. Maybe parts are lifted from elsewhere, but the song is still his. I, for one, am very excited about the album. MCFC forever.