I thought the postman was the true hero of the American people. Chuggaaconroy says so, and if he's wrong, then I don't want to know what right is!
The real hero of the American people.....
This Halloween, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is the scariest thing facing the Cardinals !
I'm not sure I understand what the problem is then.
That'd be cool, especially since you seem like you're keen on making your case.
How'd you reckon we do that though? Perhaps we take pictures of ourselves, blur them with PS, put them behind bars, and a big NSA sign on top?
Could we extend "pop starlet" to boy bands? I'd just love to make my avatar the Backstreet Boys or *N Sync or one of the other wonders from that time. Maybe I should do a billybob and collect up multiple ones and rotate through them.
I should probably be kicked off Head-Fi if I did that.
Well, it's Halloween, so it's time once again for my now traditional Halloween avatar, which features Phil Collins' terrifying bright red face with a fang. Some people's dreams are haunted by werewolves, ghosts, or zombies. This is what haunts my dreams. Armies of them. Disembodied, devil-red, and terrifying. And they do something so gruesome that it makes me shriek in terror and wake up in a cold sweat. They...sing. Breakup and divorce songs, and cheesy love ballads, in full 524 part harmony.
Not quite convinced, but I'll let it slide.
Damn it all, if that isn't the most dreadful sight I've seen in years...
What would be worse is if his custom title linked to a Face Value cover by him, the whole album. That would top all Halloweens.
What would be even worse is if Phil Collins actually had an account on here, barged in here and discovered what we were doing, then put the hurt on us. I hear he's retired due to a spinal injury that keeps him from effectively drumming. He might come out of retirement to regale us with one final rendition of True Colors or In Too Deep*.
Granted, I actually like Phil Collins' work with Genesis (gasp!). It got progressively worse (pun intended) as the band's releases became more poppy, and of course after the divorce more than half his contributions were of the breakup/revenge song persuasion, so that started to really suck. But my favorite non-classical song is actually Mad Man Moon from the first Collins-era Genesis album, and while he didn't write it (the brilliant and underrated Tony Banks did that), he sang and played beautifully.
Dat face, though. Just the sight of it must have frightened people's kids. Now imagine 524 of them, singing a love ballad, all revolving around you, glowing violently crimson....
*Yes, I know this was off Invisible Touch, which was a Genesis album and not a Phil Collins solo album. Half that album was repurposed Collins solo material, which was basically the culmination of a trend that had started with Duke in 1980.