My fellow Americans––and we are really, the best, the best of fellows––everything’s fine. Nothing to worry about. This is very, very, VERY normal. This visitor, he’s-she’s, it’s, I dunno the thing yet––he’s just here to visit. Okay? A visitor, who is very special, and is going to do some things––that’s all! Now, some people don’t … Continued
This bittersweet, jangling lamentation over the “little things” (read “life necessities”) is a charming nugget of DIY rock and roll
It’s a life on the road song, which curiously means I’ll file it with “I Wanna Be Sedated” and “Turn the Page.”
Here, Norway’s The Megaphonic Thrift craft cacophony with purpose, ferociousness bottled and bent to the needs of the song.
There’s what sounds like literal explosions in the back of the mix after the solo.