Archive for the ‘Arts & Entertainment’ Category

‘Cause you know if things weren’t this way.

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

Hi!

How are you? I hope you are well. How is Sarah? She doing okay too? Hope so.

Anyway, reason I am typing this is to let you know that I seem to have birthed a monster.

See, I have this friend and she used to have similar tastes in music to me. Then I started thinking for myself and felt that Chris Cornell was not the greatest rock vocalist in the world (that would be Mike Patton) and we stopped talking for too long. Oh, I am came out about my love for all things electronica related. And Roxette. And she moved to Sydney. And years became a gaping chasm between us that only Facebook could bridge.

Fast forward to the post Facebook world of reconnecting and I felt that I was limiting myself to music that was predominately beeps and bloops and stuff, so I asked her to recommend a metal or rock album to me. In fact, I asked her to review a record that she was pretty sure I wouldn’t have heard and to sell it to me hard.

She did.

Sorta.

I present to you the Random Review of N’Sync’s “Celebrity”.

Hugs and Smooches,

Trick.

Went kind of smooth after a while.

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

I need to cleanse the taste of rant out of my mouth. This seems to be doing the trick:

via YouTube – Free Blood “The Royal Family”.

Do we care a lot? Or any?

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

I guess I always thought he was dead or something (via Facebook):

Chuck Mosley is currently recording a new album at Ante Up Audio recording studios in Cleveland, Ohio. Multi-platinum producer/engineer Michael Seifert (Tori Amos, Regina Spektor, Dave Matthews, Bone Thugs ‘n Harmony) is currently working on the new release with Chuck. The album is sure to please fans new and old, with a mix of hard rock and acoustic numbers. Visit the Chuck Mosley website for more details!

That certain feeling, carved by another’s hand.

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

And all the roads that lead us there are built by Microsoft Research.

Friday, January 16th, 2009