lets remember his amazing self being in a series of quotes..
“Would you kill someone for that?…I’m thinking about killing Michael Moore…I could kill him myself, or if I would need to hire somebody to do it,…No, I think I could. I think he could be looking me in the eye, you know, and I could just be choking the life out. Is this wrong? I stopped wearing my What Would Jesus — band — Do, and I’ve lost all sense of right and wrong now. I used to be able to say, “Yeah, I’d kill Michael Moore,” and then I’d see the little band: What Would Jesus Do? And then I’d realize, “Oh, you wouldn’t kill Michael Moore. Or at least you wouldn’t choke him to death.” And you know, well, I’m not sure.”
“Hello, you sick twisted freak.”
"Can you let your son’s body become the same temperature as your son’s head before you turn this into a political campaign against the president? Could you do that?”
"Girl, you better check yourself before you wreck yourself!”
"The most used phrase in my administration if I were to be President would be “What the hell you mean we’re out of missiles?””
Pretty decent little EP. A nice collection of 4 short melodic tunes from solo artist, Colleen Green. I’ve heard of the name Colleen Green for a long while now, but I just came across listening to her for the first time today. From listening to her EP, Green One, I had two different bands in my mind from hearing specific similarities between them and Colleen Green. One, is how this music can be the twin sister of Best Coast, a simple, beachy, lo-fi, poppy sound to the both of them. And another band that came into were The Breeders. Not from the music really, but the singing. The style of how they sing, the tone, the flow with the song reminds me listening to Cannonball. I hear this mostly on the last song off the EP, “I’m Leaving It Up To You”. I rate EPs out of 5 instead of 10, unlike full length LPs. I give this EP a 2.5/10.
I really don’t know what to say about this album. I loved it. Loved the melodies, the style, the trippiness. Definitely a solid album, for any psychedelic rock fan out there, this is HIGHLY recommended. In my opinion, the opening song, was okay, but not that great. It had it’s few dud spots, but when the second song comes in play, the whole entire rest of the album is just groovy and enjoyable. Very happy, mood lifting music, without any sense or feel of any sad, moody sounds. I give it 10/10. I wish I could think of a better review for this one, but it’s just so awesome.
Wow.. I just listened to this for the first time and I was very blunted. When the opening song went on I didn’t notice it until it was past half way over. I noticed it was a slow ambient electronic music, so slow and repetitive that it’s safe to call it drone. My first impressions on this album was out to be a full slow instrumental. But after the second song kicked in it was fairly melodic, slow moving but a fast hook included with mesmerizing vocals. An overall summary is an electronic space journey filled with melodic tunes and trippy wormhole slow instrumentals. I’d give this album a 6/10: Enjoyable, but had to skip some songs that became to slow and repetitive for the sake to stay awake. Pink Floyd fans and Gong fans would love this album.
Those might be aware of this album of they’re fans of The Sandwiches. Story of an Earth Girl is a poppy retro sounding little album that kind of brings back the sound of the late 50’s and early 60’s of all female doo wop groups, like the Crystals, the Marvelettes, and the Chantels, added with space and sci-fi lyrics. I hear a lot of influence from the Poppy Family, as it may have a bit of psychedelic sounds. Very interesting, very enjoyable, give it a listen. Overall I’d rate this album 8/10: catchy tunes, enjoyable sound, refreshing bring-back of retro music. (Click the title for album download)