@"My Jeans": See, I find it to be So Bad, It's Good
. My friend and I interpret the girl in the video as being a psychotic person totally jealous of Hannah Montana
and who is planning on murdering her to get "her" jeans back.
And regarding the Tommy
movie soundtrack (not the original album, as one person thought), I love it, but the Synthesizeritis
does grate my nerves a little with it. It's nice to hear after you've gotten used to it, but on first listen it's annoying as hell. And why did they synthesize the sound of a train when they could've just sampled that (or hell, they could've just hired a Foley artist to take care of that if they didn't!)?!?? But I really do enjoy that album, especially for Eric Clapton
's version of "Eyesight to the Blind".
The Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
movie...while I can't say I'm a huge fan of its soundtrack, it does have its moments. Steve Martin
's "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" is hilarious, Earth, Wind & Fire
's "Got to Get You into My Life" is simply amazing, and Aerosmith
's "Come Together" kicks cans off a supermarket shelf. Though never make me listen to George Burns
singing "Fixing a Hole" again...
And, while I can't really say there's too many people who think The Beatles
made any bad albums, everyone seems to see their Beatles for Sale
album as nothing but a forgettable cash-in. While I was slow to warm up to it myself, I simply love it. Especially since it has "I'll Follow the Sun", one of my favorite Beatles songs.
edited 10th Aug '11 5:35:39 PM by 0dd1