Dummy – Part Two. Portishead’s ‘Dummy’ – over 20 years have gone by and this album still sounds fresh.
We invite you to join us as we dig deep into this landmark record. Dan projects what it feels like to be a woman and Randy discovers a new favorite song. And if it’s a rainy day outside, all the better.
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The one constant you’ll hopefully take away is Feist is no mere one-hit wonder as she is perhaps peerless as a post-Lillith Fair female artist worthy of your patronage and admiration. Take a listen and see for yourselves!
I think Naomi knows what she’s doing. The joke is on everyone else.
Today’s video is a super-patriotic mind-blower with props, glee-club uniforms, and grown men and women finally acting on their dreams of high school drama club stardom. I give you: That’s America (To Me).
This VHS gem from the early 90’s features the rudimentary talents of Jan Terri, a former limo driver from Chicago that was clearly forced into this. I’ve seen more energy on line at the DMV.
You need to know something about southern rapper Froggy Fresh. He can beat you up even if you add one thousand knives. And Froggy Fresh ain’t playin’ son. After all, he is… The Baddest.
It’s still amazing how many top-notch songs there are on Siamese Dream. So join us as we discuss and gush over one of our favorite LP’s ever!
Today’s video is a crisp, snappy, self-made entry from Reh Dogg Entertainment. Mr. Reh asks the tough questions for which there are no easy answers, such as: Why Must I Cry?