Wednesday, October 10, 2007

posh boys and diminutive cheating

The last couple of episodes of the Contrast Podcast have been very interesting and popular with the themes of Infidelity and Short songs. The second of these was requested so many times that I didn't think I could give the credit to anyone in particular for picking it. Next week the podcast will be simply looking at Time. If you'd like to take part by picking a song based on this theme and introducing it just read the instructions on the Contrast site here.

On a separate note I heard that there are some down and out public school boys who have decided to pluckily try and raise a bit of cash for their gap year by putting an album out on the internet for people who don't really like music. I heard it go by in the background today and it wasn't all bad, but my musical snobbery forces me not to like it too much. They apparently picked the title 'In Rainbows' because it has ten letters in it. At this point I'm tempted to say that 'Gay Monkeys', 'Odd Left Eye' and 'A Nice Cuppa' all have 10 letters too and would probably have made better titles. Anyway, good luck with the gap year travels you brave boys and don't forget to spend the people's money wisely.


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