Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Yet Another Album Update

For all you wonderful Belltown people who need new music, you can purchase Greater Seattle at Bedlam. It's a total bargain. You see, I've been looking into this: your average album of today's young-person music generally contains anywhere from 8-12 tracks, which has taken a young-person music group somewhere in the neighborhood of two years to generate. On the other hand, Greater Seattle has 17 luscious tracks, took just a bit over two months to write, lasts over an hour and, if you buy it at Bedlam, will run you a mere ten bucks. Honestly, that makes it superior to all young-person music. It's quicker, stronger and better. And I don't mean to toot my own horn, but you will like it. If it were a politician, it might become governor or perhaps secretary of the interior. It is the SOTI who is in charge of all squirrels and that would not be a bad thing.

I do not drink coffee, but those who do whom I trust tell me that Bedlam makes a delicious cuppa. For those like me, I would go with the vanilla rooibos. It has never disappointed me. Both of these will go down better if you buy Greater Seattle. This album does not suck. I assure you.


Anonymous said...

For sure it doesn't 'suck'!! I bought the album and enjoy it daily. Much, much better than my alarm clock to start the day.

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