Supposedly, Weiland intended in a kind of homage to Bing Crosby and the whole 50's and 60's style. I'm sure we all could have an appreciation for that but he ain't no Bing Crosby. I really wanted to like this; the Stone Temple Pilots were pretty decent in their own way but this is just too terrible. That, and ever since Tiny Music, Weiland kind of creeped me out a bit.
Go figure a Canadian like Justin Bieber would advocate child labor. Is that robot dancing girl in the Victorian dress Kelly from Misfits? But anyway, I find it amazing how popular steampunk is becoming. I've always found the industrial styling of steampunk pretty cool so the thought that every 13-year-old girl is going to have a steampunk iPhone case kind of vexes me a bit.
I have nothing against Jon Huntsman. In fact, like most people, I don't really know anything about him. If his daughters wanted to make a song for his campaign, it would have been wise to use it to introduce him telling us what he's actually about. They used Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back" so it's obvious little thought went into this production.
Thought I posted this the other day but guess I forgot. But anyway, the very fact the likes of Miley Cyrus is piling onto this so-called movement is proof it's nothing more than a fad. It's populated by the disgruntled unemployed and hipsters who just moved out of the comfort of their parent's basement.
These hipsters are learning for the first time not everything is just given to them and, how this generation is that of overly-coddled children who were given everything by their parents, they can't comprehend, haven't yet figured out, the vilified so-called 1% worked their assess off for what they have. No matter if it's by ignorance or by choice they make it apparent they don't want to work hard for their well being; they don't want to use capitalism. Useful idiots see capitalism as greedy but how is demanding money from others any less greedy? Why don't you work your ass off for 30 years until your hair has turn gray and fallen out just for some early-20's idiot in a fedora and Guy Fawks mask to call you a prick for having more money than him. Let's see how you feel. It may not be hip but it's a little thing called prospective.
Yep, another reality show twit who felt the need to release a song. People are really getting all up in arms about this song. Reference the source, people! What do you expect? He even was persuaded to apologize for the "rapist-style lyrics". He already deleted the song off youtube but fortunately for us once something is on the Internet, it's there forever. What I find astounding is he initially felt it was a good idea to upload this piece of crap in the first place. But again, what more can we come to expect from someone on the Jersey Shore?