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While I'm no stranger to online blogging (hay livejournal!) I am a little bit of a stranger to the world of "professional" blogging. And I'd be an idiot to assume that's what this is, but I'm striving for something different this time. Something less personal and more atuned to what I enjoy reading (and other people I hope! my five potential readers, out there, in the great big internets).

what I'm aiming for is an A&E-driven blog, mostly music-oriented but encompassing all the spectrums pop culture has to offer (LIKE A RAINBOWWWW) from every now and then, with some history and news-talk thrown in for good measure.

so here it goes! I mean, honestly: the internet. if I can do it, it's too easy.

The Bird and the Bee- Ray Guns Are Not Just the Future

so I feel like I was kept in the dark for too long about this album! or maybe I just haven't been paying enough attention. that will happen.

first you have the title, which is like ..... so very Bird and the Bee. they just give me this late '50s - early '60s vibe, all cocktail parties and slight bossanova and sharp suits. seriously, I listen to them and I want to make myself a martini. which would help if I knew how to in the first place.....

here's the only song I've heard off it so far. for what it's worth, I FUCKING LOVE THIS SONG:

things I have to do:

- learn how to properly embed youtube here
- ....acquire MP3s that are can be converted?

YEAH, so.

in the mean time, I have a nutty week ahead of me. again. as usual. at least I have a cool interview lined up for Thursday.

- Brittany


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