8/2/2009


Some music commentary: 1) I am wondering if this is the demise of Wilco, though their new album is pretty cool, they get all eponymous and use their name in the first track-- and unless you're a hip hop artist, where dropping your name is de rigueur, this could be a bad omen 2) Charlie Mars alludes to my theory of why Pink Floyd has sold 7.7 copies of "Dark Side of the Moon" . . . on top of it being a great album, it's also a favorite with druggies and stoners, who often lose it while under the influence and then have to buy another . . . because what aficionado of psychedelia can do without it?-- and so the song goes, "If you want to come over, come over and get high, we can listen to the Dark Side of the Moon" but there's nothing in the lyrics about searching to find it while high, which would be a much better and more realistic song.

4 comments:

zoltan said...

That's at least three sentences.

Dave said...

the saddest part is that i'm an english teacher.

Whitney said...

7.7 copies? Was one of them a cassette tape and someone spliced it wrong so that only .7 of it made it into the cassette?

Dave said...

oops. million. 7.7 copies isn't very many.

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