Discussion in 'Music Reviews' started by The Gryphon, Jul 23, 2016.
Ah... the video is super cheesy, but I actually like the song. lol
This version is MUCH better!
What do I win?
It wasn't that bad until it got jacked by the rapper guy.
I'm not sure what you're referring to, but if it ever goes mainstream, I'll never turn a radio on again.
They have simply run out of melodies and that video proves it.
+1 no contest. the gall. the pretense. and the horror. Write this into a comedy show and you would be shot down as too unrealistic.
But the good news for collectors is that virtually all remaining copies are still in pristine condition, with just a bit of wear on the first five seconds of the first cut.
Mine would have a hole where I put a cigarette out on it.
One reason to be ridiculously wealthy would be so i could find and buy every copy and the master tapes and melt them into a rolling stones logo
Gave it came 10 sec to get better.
This could be the one, I got nuttin'.
If you decipher the back story, it's interesting .
Regarding The Shaggs;
I'd heard of them but not from them, until a few bars this evening of this virtuostic tour de force;
This by far is the worst I ever have experienced. Mrs. Miller.. 'nuff said. Lousy sense of meter and that voice makes you hurl especially her whistling interlude in Downtown.
Don't Worry Kyoko is one of the all time worst things on vinyl. Long minutes of wailing and warbling. And if I recall correctly John introduces the song by saying something like 'and Yoko is gonna do her thing all over you'... well that she did, vocally crapping on the listener for an excruciatingly long time.
There is so much crap out there it's hard to make a definitive statement, but if had to make a choice I would have to say anything by the Grateful Dead. But hey, I like Yoko Ono.
Then I'd hazard a guess that you're in the minority around here on both counts.
I'm used to that.
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