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What Rafi and Dallas are doing is invaluable to the youth of America. Knowing how to finagle one's way into VIP status, spot weed carriers, and the proper time to use the port-a-potties is essential knowledge that everyone should have. Indeed, these two intrepid young men are proving that like ODB and the Wu-Tang, Internets Celebrities are for the children.
In other news, ya' boy (apparently, in hip-hop slang, that means me....thanks Black Album!), had a feature on Stephen Stills run in the Arizona Republic. Kevin Murphy, of So Much Silence fame, has taken over as Music Editor, so expect a lot more stuff of mine to appear over there. Justin "Aquarium Drunkard" Gage has also begun contributing to the Republic, (see his David Vandervelde Q & A), as has Eric "Marathonpacks" Harvey, so the paper's music site is definitely worth book-marking, if you're into the whole "brevity" thing.
Cracked has the 10 Worst Celebrity Bands. Can't really knock any of those choices.
I Am Fuel You Are Friends has cuts from the bonus EP that came with Spoon's Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga.
Floodwatch drops a ridiculously good mix of DJ Premier's greatest hits.
Milk Was a Bad Choice debates casting decisions if the Thundercats ever became a movie. Needless to say, it it did get made, it would probably get boycotted because you just know that the phrase, "Thundercats Ho!!!" would insult someone.
Sometimes, I read Cole Slaw Blog and it feels like I'm reading my own blog, except much much smarter.
And in honor of my getting the opportunity to interview Stephen Stills and sound like a complete jack-ass telling him how awesome he is, here's two tracks from his 1972 masterpiece, Manassas.
MP3: Stephen Stills-"Colorado"
MP3: Stephen Stills-"So begins the task"