Friday, December 16, 2011

Ich bin ein Springfield swap meet patron



Inspiration, three for a buck? Sold, & I'll take that B-Sharps LP, too.

15 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Tom Harper haz a suggestion on the last thread for you, too, R.G.

(heh heh)
~

Demeur said...

Didn't I just see a rerelease of this on K-Tel records in the bargain bin at K-Mart?

Tom was right you do need to branch out.

Randal Graves said...

if, I'm well aware of Mr. Harper's poor attempts at chortle conjuration.

demeur, how come no one ever directs such suggestions towards boomers who listen to nothing recorded after the corpse-ification of Lennon?

Spin some Rome, yo, and getoffmylawn, whipper snapper.

MRMacrum said...

Are you trying to tell us all we have left is banging our heads against the wall?

zencomix said...

Were you wearing an onion on your belt in 1989, as was the fashion at the time?

Karl Franz Ochstradt said...

You know what swap meat is about?

Me neither.

that girl said...

Considering that The Kids are all listening to Bullet For My Valentine, I'm hoping that Kurt will be spared from being the Bob Dylan of the Xers.

Laura said...

Gawd I miss Kurt... :(

((Hugs))
Laura

Randal Graves said...

mrmacrum, yes, so put good use to that football helmet laying in the garage.

zencomix, only when I went to Shelbyville, which was called Morganville in those days.

karl of the österreich, if it isn't abundantly clear by now, I don't know nothing about anything.

thatgirl, as an official Xer, officially, I'm doing my darndest do avert any sacred cowism.

laura, on the bright side, at least they never had a chance to succumb to 11th album suckitude.

susan said...

After Nirvana, 9 Inch Nails, the Replacements, and Joan Jett it turned out J-pop and electronica both had interesting and fun aspects. When it comes to missing somebody though, I still regret the passing of Warren Zevon and Frank Zappa. We could use their attitude even if they'd both be too tired to play much anymore.

that girl said...

Unless that sacred cowism involves Jerry Cantrell, which is, of course, COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

Tom Harper said...

Interesting new sound. This might start a trend. We could call it Grunge.

Randal Graves said...

susan, plus there's that whole flesh having rotten off thing, puts a damper on skillful fretwork.

thatgirl, VERILY, I CHALLENGE THEE TO FISTICUFFS.

tom, once again, your comments make little to no sense. Beer kills brain cells, but so does loud music, you knuckledragger.

Beach Bum said...

Somehow I imagine Kurt and Elvis are sharing a banana and peanut butter sandwich in the great beyond.

S.W. Anderson said...

Good for you, if you enjoy it and got "HeylookitwhatIgotforcheap" bragging rights in the bargain.

I just hope it doesn't cost you too much in aspirin. ;)