In 1961, Jess Conrad went through an existential crisis and this was exhibited in his song “Why Am I Living?”. It was during this time that his DNA was swabbed so a more reliable clone could be created, a clone who was “born” in 1962.
Gala's 1996 pop song "Freed From Desire" was a big hit but many people, still to this day, are confused by its meaning. In case you don't remember it, let us refresh your memory. The chorus contained these catchy lyrics: "My lover's got no money, he's got his Trumbalese". But what's a Trumbalese we hear … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Freed From Desire By Gala
Here's another exclusive for you all: the tracklist for 6ix9ine's upcoming album! OMGz fam, you won't find this kind of information anywhere else on the internet... 1. Googoo 2. Gaga 3. Duplo 4. Lego 5. Crappo 6. Poopoo 7. Molinabeata 8. Clowno 9. Ratso 10. OutaJailee 11. Asthma 12. Flimflam 13. Year Old 14. My … Continue reading Track Marks: Exclusive Tracklist For Upcoming 6ix9ine Album
Having read the government's statement about certain people being asked to continue working whilst the rest of us stay at home (due to this pesky joint US/Chinese lab-rat-bat virus pandemic) I felt very happy. Without divulging my methods, I recently "happened upon" my neighbour's shed key in order to "borrow" his lawnmower and so I … Continue reading The Key Cutting Caper: How Key Workers Ruined My Pandemic Pilferage
I don't know about you, but I'm not impressed with the TV series Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector, in fact it's not much better than the 1999 Denzel Washington film. The problems with the show are vast: it's not set in St. Clair, there's no crossroads anywhere to be seen, and there is … Continue reading Sky Witness, No Surrender: A Review Of The Bone Collector
In case you didn't know, Christopher Ciccone is a hybridised clone made from the spliced genes of comedian Norm MacDonald and film-maker Quentin Tarantino. Norm MacDonald tried to alert the public that his DNA was blended with Quentin Tarantino's on Saturday Night Live, and yet despite this obvious cry for help, it was dismissed as … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Christopher Ciccone
In our latest Incredible Casting Crew segment, we have another fantastic pitch to the entertainment industry. This time it's a reboot of the classic 90's sitcom One Foot In The Grave starring none other than John Malkovich! Picture it: a grumpy Victor Meldrew played with the same dark, monotone voice of Cyrus The Virus from … Continue reading The Incredible Casting Crew: John Malkovich In One Foot In The Grave Reboot