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Hot Video: Let Me Think About It

feddelegrand.jpgHere’s the part where my Brah goes nuts. Sam and I have been swooning over this song for weeks – it’s all about the part of the song where the girls raise the trumpets. It might be my residual Robert Palmer girl damage, but there’s not much hotter than Ida Corr, eighteen feet of legs, gyrating hips and afro wigs, except all that + hot, Dutch DJ Fedde Le Grand (who appears in the midst of this vid). Dutch guys are so sexy. 😉

If I didn’t know better, I’d swear that Fedde’s next step was to be the next Justin Timberlake. In fact, Sam and I agree that he’s actually much hotter than Justin, and can sing and dance. See for yourself. Continue reading ‘Hot Video: Let Me Think About It’


Hot Video: Princess Superstar. Perfect.

click above for the video, below for the Swiss Ball

Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Princess Superstar, gorgeous, thirtysomething, Jewish, American rapper and absolute sexpot (bio). The photo above links to her video for Perfect (Exceeder). The song is one of many of hers available on iTunes. Continue reading ‘Hot Video: Princess Superstar. Perfect.’


Listen to more country music and find more peace.

Josh TurnerCountry music has always appealed to me, but I swear it’s become some of the cleverest writing I’ve heard in a long time. It’s a welcome respite from my usual fare: Muse, Radiohead, The Killers, Secret Machines, Rufus Wainwright, and all of their high concept thoughts and psychoromantic ruminations.

I double dog dare you to listen a while and not think of your family, your love, puppies, and the whimsical things in life that some of us left behind with our childhood.

Ramble down an old dirt road, hang your preconceived notions at the door – and give it longer than five minutes. It might take a while, but it’s worth the trip.

Here are a few of my favorites, and I’ve included the YouTube links, because country music is a whole lot sexier than it used to be. You’ll appreciate the “full experience”.

Josh Turner – Firecracker

Gary Allan – Watching Airplanes

Brad Paisley – Letter to Me

James Otto – Just Got Started Lovin’ You

Rascal Flatts – I Melt

Clay Walker – Fall

This is a good start. The really beautiful thing about country music is a built-in predictability that lets you hear the first verse and chorus, and feel like you know the song, so you’re involved. At very least you’ll be able to predict some of the rhymes, and the songs have more hooks than a tacklebox.

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