vonChristian Ihle 06.05.2009

Monarchie & Alltag

Neue Bands und wichtige Filme: „As long as the music’s loud enough, we won’t hear the world falling apart“.

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„Even discounting the obligatory fart noise, it’s all about as witty as a Wayans Brother movie – one of those schlock-coms where the joke is the pop cult reference – and no attempt is made to do anything more constructive with it. Once, Em knew where to stick the knife, so just think of all the stuff he could have speared Sarah Palin for – for being a reactionary family-values politician even while her unwed teen daughter got knocked up, for being so dumb vis-a-vis foreign policy she didn’t even know what the Bush Doctrine was, for winking incessantly. But what does he go for? That he’d like to dick her. That she makes his peepee go da-doing-doing-doing. The video casts the same porn actress who played Palin in 2008.
When pornos are one-up on your zeitgeist barometer, things don’t bode well, do they?
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Maybe he’s spent the past four years wearing tissue boxes for shoes and standing butt-naked in front of the TV, saluting the national anthem in-between 12-hour TV sessions viewing nothing but the Weather Channel and Ice Station Zebra.“

(Gavin Hayes im NME über Eminems Comeback-Single „We Made You“)

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