Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Picture Pages, Picture Pages ...


Above: An overly excited Damon Dash emits a bitch-like squeal then promptly voids his bowels upon meeting Pam Anderson. (Radar)


Above: Why do multiple plastic surgeries conclude with the victim's decidedly feline countenance? The delicious evil of slaphappy Burt Reynolds.


Above: Voracious maneater Mary McFadden, tired of standard Jewish, Indian and Moroccan fare, now goes in for "Asian cuisine."


Bubbles, Ink. said...

Re: Gwen. You mean just a Hollaback Girl, yea?

Also, I may be showing my curmudgeon-ness (is this even a word?) here but the aforementioned track sounds too similar to Malcolm McLaren's obscure "Buffalo Girls."

Could this be another "Ghostbusters vs. I Wanna New Drug" controversy? Nah.

Ron said...

I've always been of the belief that rock-pop is an endless continuum oof recycling. Ghostbustsers TOTALLY ripped off I Wanna New Drud. Shame on Ray Parker, Jr.

dParker2.0 said...

I guess it really is an insult to call Damon Dash "The Poor Man's P. Diddy"... seeing as P. Diddy no longer has any buzz. It'll be interesting to see how far the "Down and Durrty Don" gets without having Jay-Z to piggyback anymore.

Bubbles, Ink. said...

Whatever happened to:
1. Ray Parker Jr.
2. Dorian Harewood
3. Kadeem Hardison

Ron said...

Hmm. I'm think Ray Parker Jr is, like, doing the Catskills-type musical gigs. I remember seeing an ad somewhere, for, like, Westbury Music Fair (Averted Gaze). And Kadeem did Vampires of Brooklyn last I heard. I'll look into the it.

Bubbles, Ink. said...

Ron, true about rock/pop. Even some of the modal jazz is starting to be criticised by the "new lions." Wynton has been speaking out against it for years. (paraphrasing) It's the same old shit: you have an intro, then everyone gets a solo, then an outro. Boring.

Jaysus...if modal jazz gets pinched for being too repetitive and lacking freshness and vision, we're in trouble.