Wednesday, October 24, 2007

It's a "Punky Reggae Party"...

Yeah! Let’s celebrate the latest addition of rip-off artists. Manipulative motherfucker at it’s best. Rejoice!

Name : Sean Kingston
Lame! "Kingston" is important to associate singer with homeland Jamaica (How true? Make your own research!). Fusing pop to all reggae/dance/ragga muffin kinda tunes. Another Sean Paul in the making but less handsome. A whole lot less!

New meaning for “HIT SONG” is – HITting on others’ creativity in order to get SONG(s) you can called your own. Shithead!

1) Beautiful Girls – A rip off tune from 1960s Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me”. For details read here. Melody and tempo have been slightly changed, meant to conceal agenda.

2) Me Love – Another rip off tune from the great Led Zeppelin’s “D’yer M’ker”. Again, read here for details. He can at least try to change the melody of the chorus, but hey! who cares about ethical conduct? “Me no EC punkrocker, mon!”

The only good thing about this Bozo is he gets to cuddle all the beautiful girls despite his un-commercial looks. That’s the true Ron Jeremy spirit!

Jamaica Boleh…mon!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps"...I'll be weeping too, but LOUDER!

See. This is one cool book. Despite few misprinted info for the illustrations (that’s kinda clumsy eh?), it is still cool. It covers the history from Chat Atkins to BB King to The Shadows and of course The Beatles plus Clapton to name a few. Informative and a guitar illustration is on every page. That’s a bonus for a person like me who is quite low in imagination.

I spent about 5 minutes to read a few lines and the rest of the hours looking at the illustrations. And this has been my daily ritual.

Damn! The price for a Telecaster circa 1950s was only $149.00. (And do you know that Telecaster was formerly known as “Broadcaster”?) Mom, why grandpa was not a guitarist??? Too bad…

Okay, let me share with you about some of the guitars featured in this book.

Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio??? I’m quoting The Ramones here. I remember this caricature of them posing with their instruments. So Johnny had this weird looking guitar (hideous to be exact) and I was laughing back then just by looking at it. But now I have come to realize when I look at the illustration in this book, it was not bad at all. The truth is… it’s fucking awesome. The guitar brand is Mosrite. Yeah! That is one cool guitar Johnny. But it’s sad that Mosrite never produce a signature model for Johnny, instead they did it for The Ventures. This might be because of Johnny only knows how to play “power chords” (hehehe). Hey Ho! Let’s Go!

And also, do you know that the name of a band – Byrdland was actually a guitar name??? So now you know… And it’s a nice semi hollow(some said semi acoustic) guitar I’m tellin’ ya! Classic!

Do you know about Jimi Hendrix’s stage antics? Where he sometimes fucked up a guitar in his shows. Well, that’s a dirt cheap guitar that he’ll get a day before his shows. That’s show business!

That’s all I can remember or maybe what I had read so far. Yes, I admit that I’m a slow reader and enjoyed the illustrations more. So I will be busy reading (ehem!) the book until January 2008.

See ya!

Thursday, October 4, 2007


i'm so fucking bored...

Fortunately, i got a theme song to go with that.

Pete... you and yer fellow Buzzcocks conveyed this very, very well...

(Shit! I should start writing more songs like this one...)

Yeah - well - I say what I mean
I say what comes to my mind
I never get around to things
I live a straight - straight line

You know me - I'm acting dumb
you know the scene - very humdrum
boredom - boredom

I'm living in this movie
but it doesn't move me
I'm the man that's waiting for the phone to ring
Hear it ring-a-ding-a-f***ing-ding

You know me ...

You see there's nothing behind me
I'm already a has-been
my future ain't what it was
well I think I know the words that I mean

You know me ...
B'dum - b'dum

I've taken this extravagant journey
so it seems to me
I just came from nowhere
and I'm going straight back there

You know me ...

So I'm living in this movie
but it doesn't move me
so tell me who are you trying to arouse?
get your hands out of my trousers

You know me

Curious on how the song sounds like??? Check out the "bang yer eardrums!" section dammit!

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

I'm A "Bone Machine"...

Got a wake up call!... Mr Tongue El Licker wrote, “Update! Update!...”
Yeah. It’s been like a week or so that I haven’t been writing anything here.

That’s nothing new. Sting sang,

“There’s no surprise, no mystery.”

The truth – I was particularly… busy. Busy with my work (Yes, unfortunately Bob Dyldo is a “wage slave” as what my friend Sheriff, likes to put it.), busy with my life (oh yes, I have that too) and also busy reading “the exhibitionists’ ” blogs (listed in the right bar of this page). And not forgetting, giving my not so important but worth-reading comments in their good to be in kinda space. Hmm… not so important but worth-reading comments, eh? Where does it falls then? I need to iron out the way I write these things.

The Pixies is blasting on the stereo. Frank Black sang,

“You're so pretty when you're unfaithful to me
You're so pretty when you're unfaithful to me”

I just love the execution but can somebody decipher that for me… please?

And then came this part…

“I was talking to preachy-preach about kissy-kiss
He bought me a soda
He bought me a soda
He bought me a soda and he tried to molest me in the parking lot
Yep, yep yep YEP!”

Heh. Does that sounds familiar? A molester preacher… It’s a common disease I guess.

For those of you who haven’t listen to the Pixies, you should give it a try some time. It will ‘levitate you’.

“Come on Pilgrim
You know he loves you
Levitate me

Higher place
Levitate me

He kicked a baby
Elevator lady (3x)
Elevator Lady
Lady. Lady. Levitate me

If all in all is true (3x)
If all is true
Won't you please run over me (5x)
Me, me, me, me, ... "

To my dear Mr Tongue El Licker, I know you don’t need this levitation since you sounded like you are in the midst of going for the first base. Yeah, love is in the air (I bet that you’re smiling now. Or at least a grin. Hehehe). The flowery backdrops, the “My Endless Love” song playing softly in the background, holding hands and running in a slow-motion mode up to the hill and later roll down together with exactly all new attire in a flash. Okay, now it started to sound like Never Been Kissed meets Dilwale Dulhania La Jayenge. Hey, love can do that to you man. I only want you to be prepared. ;)

But remember, Sting also sang,

“Love can mend your life but love can break your heart…”

Don’t say I never warn you… wanker!

Sorry buddy, no Gerak Khas or other local soap smashing as for now as I was also busy catching up with the delayed telecast of World Rugby Championship. I prefer this sport than soccer (as what David Beckham call it nowadays) because there’s no drama in terms of getting a free kick or penalty or wasting precious time for the losing team. All just bad to the bone!

Let A. Galak sleep in peace tonight. Need a good one for me too…