Thursday, January 12, 2006

OK, ENOUGH SERIOUSNESS ALREADY, let's have some musical fun.

It's getting close to American Idol time, and it appears Tony Soberon is warming his voice up by singing "Always Something There to Remind Me" by Naked Eyes. You can watch the video by clicking on his name. I should warn you that although it's a middle-aged creepy looking guy singing along with Winamp into a webcam (and he sings "always sentiment to remind me") that it is still better than Kevin Federline's new single.

How bad of a rap group do you have to be if your guest MC is former Chicago Bears head coach, Mike Ditka? Check out the 80's cheese of The Grabowski's a novelty group of 1980's middle-aged white rappers. Again, it's still better than K-Fad.

For the guy in your life who keeps stuffing his iPod down his shorts, we have the iPod boxers. The next product they should come out with is the iPod pee stain shield. Remind me never to borrow anybody's iPod ever again.

And if you have iPod compatible draws, then I suppose you should have iPod compatible jeans complete with hidden docking station. I wonder if they're machine washable.

Here in Memphis, we love us some Elvis. But be careful with the King if you're living in West Australia.

Ever wanted to write a song and have it sung by a professional? Visit this site, type in your lyrics, and press play. I always get interesting results. The simpler the lyrics, the better.

There's such a thing as too much Britney Spears, as if you didn't already know that.

Thanks to Dave for pointing to all these.


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