Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Whose Team Gets All The Bands?

Let's start this bad boy with an informal poll- RR and Nutter Butter, what bands would you consider examples of your respective philosophies? Obviously the Liberals get all the good bands and probably a lot of the bad ones- I will attempt to rebut all of your examples.

Let me start off with my take on how Nutter Butt will attack:

Nutter Butt: "Well, we get Lynyrd Skynyrd"

Pinko Punko: "Not so fast my Fox-news loving friend. 'Mr. Saturday Night Special'- a pro-gun control ditty if I have ever heard one. Might as well be sung by Cat Stevens or Jackson Browne."

Random Randroid: "Would that be the Islamofascist Cat Stevens and the spouse abusing JB?"

Pinko Punko: "Touche, douchebag, touche."

Oh, if the frothiest of anal frothers, Rick Santorum says liberal Boston gets the props for priestly pedophilia, then we get all the cool bands too. Pixies, Galaxie 500, Mission of Burma, Cars, Standells, Throwing Muses. And none of the crappy ones. Cars. Boston. NKOTB. Any Boston bands missing? You can name the crap ones too. I don't know if Moby is from Boston, but he is an effing liberal albatross around the Pinko Punko's neck.


From our comments:
Pinko Punko said...

Clearly the most elitist liberal band in the whole universe is Steely Dan. They are so elite even their session players don't get it. Some people have an aversion to them like fingernails on a blackboard, and that is just family. Yet even Tony Soprano sings along to "Dirty Work." "I'm a fool to do your dirty work, oh yeah". Even The Random Randroid likes that song. In fact he's pissed because now he can't get that *ucker out of his head.

9:37 PM

The Uncanny Canadian said...

I don't want non-elitists to understand Steely Dan. It would suggest some breakdown in the educational system that they would get how awesome Steely Dan is. And fuck, do you think Donald Fagen gives a rat's ass whether his whored-out session player knows why he's playing an acid jazz rhumba?

10:51 PM

*Double Update*

Gavin from Sadly, No! appreciates Steely Dan how they should be appreciated, either drunkenly, mistakenly, or stonededly.