Saturday, June 30, 2007

Locust Abortion Technician and other good albums

I have to retract my earlier statement, given last week, that "Electric Larryland" by the Butthole Surfers is better than the album "Locust Abortion Technician". I know this will come as a shock to some of you, but my fellow Americans, in these changed times of increasing insecurity, we have to come to terms with the unexpected, or else it will fester and erupt into a massive bacterial infection that will pollute the body of humanity, forcing us to amputate some of it's limbs and cook them up real nice, with a wine sauce or something, maybe make it like a big serving of Pad Thai, and then consume it so that we can be reborn in the grace of god and receive eternal life and salvation.

Ahem. My explanation for the change in policy is as follows: I did not realize that a listener of Locust Abortion Technician had to be in a certain "state" in order to fully appreciate it.

Albums similar to Locust Abortion Technician in this respect include "The Pod", by Ween, and "The Man Who Sold the World", by David Bowie.

That's all I have to say tonight, I thank you all for your patience, and good night and god bless.

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