Thursday, 30 October 2008

Sixty Second Music Corner

The new Ryan Adams & The Cardinals album Cardinology has been acquired, and been judged. Final verdict: Adams has just taken his last album, Easy Tiger, and rewritten all the songs. Luckily, almost all of them are better now.

7 comments:

Senior Spielbergo said...

You see Ryan Adams? It just sounds to much like Bryan Adams... I mean just one letter different. What if I get confused?

SpaceSquid said...

It couldn't possibly be Bryan Adams, because the post at no point contains the phrase "talentless Canadian buffoon".

Senior Spielbergo said...

Now then, now then. Don’t go picking on poor Bryan. He is a Grammy award winner, and 3 times Oscar nominated singer / songwriter so he can hardly be described as talentless, not to mention that “Everything I do” was the longest running British No 1 of all time. Buffoon I can’t really comment on as I’ve never met the man (although I was in the same bar as him once but didn’t have a conversation with him). As for being Canadian, well that is presumably a compliment as everyone loves Canadians and they are considered so polite.

SpaceSquid said...

I'll stick with talentless buffoon. I just put the Canadian bit in for the sake of rhythm, to be honest.

Pause said...

One of my workmates is Bryan's cousin. Apparently he's very nice and lets relatives use his London apartment when he's not there.

I recognise this statement has no bearing on his musical ability, I'm just throwing it down as something positive to say about him.

Senior Spielbergo said...

Well I feel we have managed to at least dismiss the Buffoon and Canadian part of Squid's comment, and I've at least voiced some reasonable doubt towards the "Talentless" part... So progress being made I think.

As a random comment the random letter word verification has come up with "tatinsic" which while it isn't a real word I feel it should be...

SpaceSquid said...

We've dismissed him being Canadian? Won't he mind?

And I still see no reason to believe he is not a buffoon.