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Now Playing: Stoner & Spaz II
Now Playing: Stoner & Spaz II
Quick repartee. Unsparing wit. Insight, poignancy, and spot-on characters. Welcome the much-awaited sequel to the acclaimed Stoner & Spaz.

Beautiful but troubled Colleen Minou is the only girl who ever looked at Ben Bancroft as more than a spaz— more than just that kid with cerebral palsy. Yet the more time Ben spends with her, the more glaring their differences appear. Is what Ben feels for Colleen actual affection, or more like gratitude? Then there’s Amy (aka A.J.), who is everything Colleen isn’t, and everything Ben’s grandma wants for him: clean-cut and upper-class, academically driven, just as obsessed with filmmaking as Ben is. But what does A.J. see when she looks at Ben? CP? Or the person behind the twisted body? In Ron Koertge’s sharp, darkly humorous follow-up to the award-winning Stoner & Spaz, Ben tries to come to terms with his confused feelings toward A.J. and his inimitable connection to Colleen, who is sometimes out of it, sometimes into him, and always exhilarating.

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I realize I have been going on and on about Gerard Manset lately but here’s some more…though La Mort D’Orion is dark and it doesn’t really motivate you to do anything besides hide within your own shell or cave and not really face the world for awhile, it’s also brilliant and worth hearing many times. At the same time that I find it almost unbearably beautiful, I can’t live without it anymore. It’s inspiring…wholly original and flawless. Yes, flawless. And rarely can you say that about an album, can you?

I had been listening to this Mice Parade and the new one (s/t) to prepare myself for last night’s show, which ended up being wonderful. For those who don’t know Mice Parade, think of an even more organic sounding Animal Collective with alot of layered instrumentals, some vocals with the lead singer Kristin Anna Valtysdottir from Mum for some of them (note: it was unfortunately a different female lead last night. A couple of years ago, I saw Mice Parade with Kristin) and just a real wholesome texture. I still don’t understand why thia band is so under-rated.

Dungen’s Tio Bitar surprised me. I had seen them play Chicago’s Intonation festival almost two years ago and though they presented themselves visually as a Swedish version of T-Rex, the music failed to impress me in any way shape or form. I found it too heavy and male frankly and I went and sought out some water to relieve my thirst after a few songs and photos. Tio Bitar is definitely more melodic and psychedelic and as Cinchel pointed out, it reminds you a bit of Welsh musician Gruff Rhys’s (of Super Furry Animals fame) material a bit. I’ve only had a chance to listen to it once but I expect I will really enjoy it even more as time goes on.

Low’s Things We Lost in the Fire is definitely still my very favorite Low album even though I adore everything they have ever done. This one to me has a special place in my heart from when I found solace within its chord progressions while at university. It’s sense of desolation at times is almost frightening but it touches on a real delicate vulnerability. In some ways, even though I feel at times a despair from it, the melodies esp. those provided by Mimi Parker herself are very soothing. This is an album that lulls me into an acceptable solitude and even into at times a peaceful slumber as there is a real comfort in the familiar.

Lavendar Diamond’s Imagine Our Love is one I picked up Saturday before Sloan at Reckless Records and I have to say I find the arrangements super lush and melodic. At times, it even takes on a religious tone. The female vocals are absolutely breathtaking at points. I’m really looking forward to seeing them play next Monday at The Empty Bottle.

The Fratelli’s Costello Music is one I also picked up Sat. though after I did I remembered having heard "Flathead" in a commercial and being instantly drawn to the catchy Scottish riffs. The album overall is very solid though I prefer the faster songs to the ballads where there are barely any consonants pronounced…sentimentality has it’s place afterall in any album and Scotland’s Idlewild tries to find this balance as well. Sometimes it succeeds and at other times, you just frankly would rather rock out. (unless you’re under fifteen blankets listening to Low)

I’m sure most people would not argue that Jean-Claude Vannier’s L’Enfant Assassin Des Mouches is a classic…it’s another one of those flawless albums mainly because of the arrangements of the pieces and because so many other musicians have drawn inspiration from it, it’s worth returning to for that reason alone. It has it’s reservation in a special place of music history and it makes you appreciate what power music in general has.

Last but definitely not least is Dominique A’s L’Horizon…..oh how I love my French lyrics and though Dominique A does not have what Manset or Philippe Crab or Orouni or Dutronc or Biolay or…well, I could go on forever really but he’s on his own just great. You really just sense the greatness of his songs. This could be a desert island album for me and at times I am drawn to it immensely..I love the way the songs just build at times and the sound of his voice.

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I was digging around for a song with a good message for the New Year. Like an anthem or a mantra of sorts. Initially I thought Depeche Mode Get the Balance Right was it, but the more I listened to it, the more it struck me as jaded and sarcastic, maybe even a little fatalistic (But always remain ultimately selfish…When you reach the top, get ready to drop, prepare yourself for the fall, you’re gonna fall…). Maybe not completely wrong, but not the message I was looking for.

I traded in Get the Balance Right for a song off a fairly obscure album released in 1979 from a now fairly obscure artist (at least in the U.S.) Anybody heard of Bill Nelson? Be Bop Deluxe? When the album came out I was 15 years old! I recently repurchased it on CD (the original LP back cover is pictured here, sides cropped). I listened to it heavily earlier this month, on my iPod of course!

Unfortunately there’s nowhere to download this song off the web – I checked iTunes and Musicmatch at least. Just go buy the CD! About $7 used off Amazon.com.

I’ve at least posted the lyrics here because you won’t find them on the web either. If you’re looking for a message for ’06, then here you go! Don’t forget it like I did for so many years! I’ve got to play catch-up now!

Stay Young
Bill Nelson’s Red Noise – Sound on Sound

Here is a message
It’s all important
Here comes the message

It says stay young
Stay young (x2)
And keep in touch

We’re growing older
Time waits for no man
He might be bolder

We’ve got to
Stay young (x3)
And keep in touch

Some people wear youth like a mask
Some people like you
Some people don’t care about that
Some people stay cool
Some people like you, oh, oh, you, oh, oh

Here is the warning
Stop, look and listen
This is your mission
You’ve got to stay young
Stay young
Stay young
And keep in touch

The styles are changing
It’s so exciting
It’s so inviting
For you to stay young
Stay young
Stay young
And keep in touch

Stay young (x3)
And keep in touch

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An American Werewolf in London: Now Playing Series 1 - 7" Action Figure
They first came to life up on the movie screen – heroes, villains, creatures, monsters and madmen. These film characters were bigger, badder and cooler than anyone ever thought possible. And now they come to life as Now Playing, a line of collectible movie characters from classic and cult movies in the form of dynamic action figures.
This An American Werewolf in London action figure measures approximately 7″ tall and features superb attention to detail. Makes an excellent addition to any movie-lover’s collection.