Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Badass Skinny Man

Hey, Spliffe! THANKS!

The magical combination of your riff on nineties nostalgia combined with your toss-off random comment about the latest Nick Cave album was like some sort of fabulous spell that compelled me to unearth that 1994 classic, Let Love In. I'm shivering with excitement at being reunited with this album.

Oh, Nick Cave. You're so baritone!

But, do you love me? Like I love you?


Mistress La Spliffe said...

In any case, he'll wrap you in his arms and tell you you've been a good boy.

That's a sweet album. And one of my favourite things about Nick Cave is that I don't need to have favourites from amongst his albums. Another is that my boyfriend has all the Nick Cave albums I don't have. Another is that he's continued to not suck. The new album is good.

Hipster Pit said...

Shitballs spliffey, I feel a discography-grab comin' on. Gotta fill out my Nick Cave collection.

Music lovin' is not a cheap hobby.

I mean

If yer legal about it.

Hipster Pit said...

PS: You said "favourites." You Euro-types are so classy with your extraneous "u"s.


Mistress La Spliffe said...

Judging by how much I had to pay for tickets to his show here at the beginning of May, I think he's accepted that his music is going to get stolen and he'll have to make his money with the concerts.

I always buy the CDs though, because they have little extras and lyric books and pretty fabric and other things for fangirls like me who like singing along. And his Grinderman CD from last year had a masturbating monkey on the cover. Sweet.

Curry Favor said...

how's your Birthday Party stash?

Hipster Pit said...

Piss Poor, CF -- we're talking tracks from mix TAPES circa before CDs. . . man, so much music to amass, it HURTS.

Curry Favor said...

try this:

Hipster Pit said...

Wow, Mc Dub -- you're my fucking hero and new go-to source for understanding the mp3-y underbelly of the Internets. Thank you.