Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Aug 25, 2012.
Song is absolutely beautiful, heavy and soft in all the right places. And heavy on the subject matter.
Almost all of Joes Garage.... Can't help but sing along.
demented but pretty....
Excellent choice. Wore those albums out in college (yep,I'm old)
Zappa fucking Zappa baby! Joes Garage Acts 1 and 2. I would love to see that as a play / musical.
Dong Work for Youda
Wet T Shirt Night
Why Does It Hurt When I Pee - "My balls feel like a pair of maracas, I probably got the gah na ka ka kacus."
Fucking brilliant. I miss Zappa.
Suite Sister Mary
And the rest of the album.
Ginger...Maryann...Mrs. Howell...why am I forced to choose just one?
I'm the only one who knows the actual lyrics....
Truth be known, there are no lyrics. It was intentionally made so people would try to guess what the guy is saying.
Every song from 9 of Bowie's albums....and every word from every Linkin Park CD until their latest....even the remixes....
Then there's Justin Timberlake....I've listened to way too much music
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