Friday, September 22, 2006

Son of the Return of the Attack of the Creeping Surrealism


Alright, I promise that this is the last time I'll mention the whole Creeping Surrealism thing for awhile.

In the October issue of Rolling Stone, the new My Chemical Romance single, Welcome to the Black Parade, is given a very favorable review.

I have no problem with this as I actually like My Chem quite a bit, but what's funny is that the review claims that Gerard Way now sounds a lot like Billy Corgan, which isn't the least bit true.

He does however look a lot like Billy Corgan these days, which is obviously enough to convince the idiots at Rolling Stone -- who lost all credibility years ago -- that they're hearing things.

4 comments:

Mr. Sensitive said...

HEAD-ON
APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE FOREHEAD
HEAD-ON
APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE FOREHEAD
HEAD-ON

The Head-On marketeers got wind of the plaintive groan heard whenever one of their commercials comes on. So now, they have a new one, where it starts out with that I'd-rather-put-a-pneumatic-drill-into-my-brain-
than-use-your-product mantra, which then gets interrupted by some lady who looks like the bus driver from South Park, saying "God, I HATE those commercials...but I LOVE Head-On!"

They've managed to turn our collective hatred of their marketing campaign...into the marketing campaign itself.

VOTAR said...

"Son of the Return of the Attack of the Creeping Surrealism 2: Annihilation"

VOTAR said...

"Son of the Return of the Attack of the Creeping Surrealism 2: Electric Boogaloo"

yellojkt said...

The resemblence is uncanny. And Rolling Stone couldn't find good music with a copy of Spin and Blender in each hand.

Come by the Achenblog sometime.