It’s coming up on final exams week, and so far all that I’ve managed to learn is that caffeine tablets give me spectacular nosebleeds.
I need something new to listen to.
I’ve been blasting John Cage’s “4’33”” all day. I think it’s beginning to annoy the neighbors.
I need either a very long nap, or a very savage kick to the head. I’m not sure which.
I just realized that yesterday was the first and only time I’ve ever publicly answered a question on here.
Sort of. Hot Butter recorded the version that everybody knows in 1972. However, Gershon Kingsley (who put out a lot of Moog based albums, only about 70% of which have aged well) originally composed it back in 1969; it’s on his album “Music to Moog By”.
Thanks for jogging my memory!
The fact that I can’t remember who composed “Popcorn” off the top of my head is actually concerning me a little bit.
I’ve decided that I need to know more about Techno.
The shock appeal of power electronics/harsh noise became boring and played out by 1995. Probably even before then.
Along this line of thought, I feel like nobody wants to admit that certain lyrics tend to veer into Insane Clown Posse territory.