Friday, December 21, 2007

Judas Priest!


















"This isn't going to be about Jesus, is it?"
"All things are about Jesus, Homer. Except this."

No, especially this.

But, please. Including the Responses of the People? It's always about 'the people' with you commie pinkos, isn't it. I don't care that it was confirmed by the Apostolic See. He's probably a commie, too. No, wait. He's a Nazi. Oh, I feel a Chant War coming on! Which, come to think of it, is only mildly humorous to those few fellow weirdos who actually dig cathedral-y Gregorian crap and are familiar with that album.

Well, I chuckled, so kindly go to hell.

13 comments:

Mary Ellen said...

Oh Lordy Lordy Lordy. You just found out what I bought you for Christmas. Dang. Back to the drawing board.

Randal Graves said...

Don't even waste your time trudging through the hellish landscape of consumerism. I'll gladly accept some of those lovely, lovely meds.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Is that available on CD?

The Cunning Runt said...

I'm a big fan of Gregorian Punk. Got a line on any of that??

The Cunning Runt said...

BTW, why the hell hadn't I blogrolled you 'till today???

Randal Graves said...

Dr. Monkey, Amazon doesn't seem to carry it, nor does the classical shop I generally patronize. I guess I'm just going to have to somehow transfer those holy grooves into digital form. I'll make millions.

tcr, now that would be something worth checking out. And hell if I know man, I sent you that check weeks ago. You still didn't get it?

Mathman6293 said...

Ranadal, like CR neglected to have you on the blogrole. The correction has been made.

Candace said...

I never should have clicked on that "hell" link - arghhhhh!

I miss cathedral-y Gregorian crap in a cathedral, complete with candles (price of being atheist), but at least there are CDs. Sort of cathedral-y crap lite.

Randal Graves said...

mathman, thank you sir!

Candace, what, you don't think you would've enjoyed yourself at such a swanky shindig full of the best and brightest luminaries the neocon apologia has to offer?

Well, I don't think we'd burn up setting foot in one, but it's not like the U S of A is replete with 'em. ;-)

Betty C. said...

Was that just one priest's stuff on that LP? Or did they commit a glaring punctuation error?

Randal Graves said...

I'm assuming that that one priest is such the chanteur that the LP had no room for charlatans.

b said...

What is this, a theology term paper: "Priest's Chants of the Sacramentary: Including the Responses of the People" ???? Oh, and I'm thrilled to know that it is "approved by the national conference of bishops of the United States." For a minute there, I thought this might be blasphemous and scandalous! Jesus!! :)

Randal Graves said...

I'm sure there was a form that had to be filled out in triplicate. Plus a pound of flesh and a pint of blood. All part of the new biometrics database! Even the clergy aren't exempt!