t Puts "The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society" in the CD player, and hits 'Play'.
Buffista Music II: Wrath of Chaka Khan
There's a lady plays her fav'rite records/On the jukebox ev'ry day/All day long she plays the same old songs/And she believes the things that they say/She sings along with all the saddest songs/And she believes the stories are real/She lets the music dictate the way that she feels.
Oh look! It's my first time to say:
New thread smell. Ahhhh!
Hmph. My third choice.
Double harrumph. You people had a chance to immortalize your own brilliance, and you raise another monument to that Whedon hack.
Now this is what I want you all to do:
If you got faults, defects or shortcomings,
You know, like arthritis, rheumatism or migraines,
Whatever part of your body it is,
I want you to lay it on your radio, let the vibes flow through.
Funk not only moves, it can re-move, dig?
Blessing the thread w/ George Clinton to make up for sending off the last one with the Doors.
Too much harrumphing in this baby thread.
OK - lets just rip this through this thread quickly so we can get to a non-Whedon title for the harrumphers.
And Alicia - try some tracks from Oh Inverted World - you might like it better. I have found I like DCC better than the Postal Service, but if you like "Such Great Heights" a lot - you are sure to enjoy the whole album. It's good.
Right, okay, bringing the positivity back.
Things to celebrate: Tom Waits - Still Not Dead!
Musicians who are on a roll, hence inspiring anticipation of their next work: White Stripes, Flaming Lips.
I bet if you came up with a musical monkey quote they'd go for it.