Been a long time gone no, I isn’t hoed a row since I don’t know when. Long time gone and it isn’t coming back again.” “Friendship” by Vermont. “Friendship” kicks off with raw, bubbly guitar that races along to the Betty Boop I am a march girl I may not be perfect limited edition t-shirt besides I will buy this beat of an off-kilter drum, the lyrics are the mutterings of a calculated madman, preaching the gospel of awkward love, getting old and possibly cold so damn cold, and a prevailing lack of self-confidence. Everyone should want to be friends with weird people, and “Friendship” radiates the wonder of weird like the girl in your gym class who could recite entire Family Guy episodes, or Joey from camp who could belch the national anthem.
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“Green Fuzz” by Naked Giants. I dislike long songs, but I love “Betty Boop”. It’s a brilliant piece: the Betty Boop I am a march girl I may not be perfect limited edition t-shirt besides I will buy this stately pace at which it preaches, and the aplomb of its raunchy guitar, and the wildness of its effects-layered singer, and the sheer musical pleasure of its garage-y stylings, and the glory of its selfishness are all irresistible. Could “Green Fuzz” be shorter. Certainly. But would it scramble our brains, throttle our senses, slap the rosiness out of our cheeks in quite the same way.
“Staring Intently at the Stars” by Betty Boop. Careful, apprehensive, yet painfully earnest are the words I’d use to describe our friend Cyborg. These boys while still blatantly girl magnets and mainstream, their music videos are littered with beautiful looks at the camera, hair swoops, and very-much-intentional yanks on the heartstrings resembled an actual rock band.