Saturday, September 22, 2007

more misdirection, but this time it's all inside my head

I knew it was too good to be true, but just for a microsecond, I saw this article's headline and thought I would not be the lone defender of the Rembrandts anymore. Sigh.

Very bad news for Britney

And we thought things just couldn't get any worse....we were wrong!

Care to revise your opinion of Brit's still hot, Matt?

Wednesday, September 19, 2007


what? still nothing? well maybe you just need to watch this AWESOME VIDEO!

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

last published Sept 1??!

what's going on, people? entertain me!

Anyway, this should spice things up...

Saturday, September 01, 2007


we've all seen this, correct? well, the brain-eating fun doesn't end there! we've got plastic zombies (O.M.G. this is amazing):

secondlife zombies (note how only a female avatar could fill in for michael jackson):

and your chance to join in what can only be called a zombie revolution. I've heard talk of a chapter forming in seattle, and I encourage you all to monitor the aforementioned link for news of a group forming near you...or at least learn the dance.

want more zombies? of course you do. here's bollywood thriller (again, O.M.G.)...and, uh, the original, juuuuust in case someone needs context.

hopeful rembrandt vindication

BTW, before I jump in -- Erica, did you mean Toad the Wet Sprocket for the one-hit wonder award, or the belongs-in-the-pile-of-shame-inducing-albums award? I certainly HOPE it's not the latter... and if you meant the former, they totally had at least two songs ("Walk on the Ocean" and "All I Want"... and I seem to remember "Good Intentions" getting a fair bit of airplay, although Wikipedia claims it didn't chart very well...).

Anyway, here are some Rembrandt trackses for your enjoyment. Blah blah blah fair use, blah blah blah I'll take them down if anyone complains... but seriously, the guys can probably use the publicity. I'm also assuming there will not suddenly be a rash of piracy of a 2001 album that no one's ever heard of.

Links to some favorites:

Track 01: Lost Together
Track 02: St Paul
Track 10: Big Plans

If they are interested, the truly clever amongst us may be able to discern from these links where the rest of the album might be found (coughhintcough), but I shall say no more.

The only other thing I'll say about this band is I think they do the two-man John/Paul type harmony thing quite well... how come nobody does that anymore?