Monday, November 26, 2007

The "Yellow Peril" Shoots the Moon


So you think we are the lazy type,
you should know better
And I don't know why

I don't know why

And you say I got a dirty mind,
I'm a mean go getter
And I don't know why
And I don't know why anymore
Oh no


So come on feel the noize
Girls rock your boys
We get wild, wild, wild,
Wild, wild, wild



Meanwhile, back in the P-R-C, boyz
Come on feel the noize!


Girls rock your boys
We get wild, wild, wild,
Wild, wild, wild!

RIP Kevin DuBrow, lead singer of Quiet Riot. He died at the hoary rock star age of 52 living out the last vestiges of the American Dream in Las Vegas. Rehab, the Riot's last album, came out a year ago to mixed response.

Birthday: Charles Schulz.

Today's Rune: Partnership.

7 comments:

Pythia3 said...

Hello Erik! I'm up surfing the net, trying out some new boards - and outfits too! LOL

So, what inspires you to write what you write? You always write such interesting posts, with great photos and video clips...

What turns those wheels? Yeah, it's late and I get a little 'out there' after hours!

See ya in the sunlight,
Lindy :)

luma said...

The clouds are wet and the moon is not soft as cheese. How disillusionment! (laughs) Beijus

the walking man said...

Have a nice trip, don't forget to use lead based paint on your pressboard satellite and GHB laced adhesive on the models sequined dresses.

buhbye Travel in Peace

TWM

Erik Donald France said...

Thanks y'all for the comments.

Lindy/Pythia -- it's sort of like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic, whistling while I work ;)

Luma -- there may still bh cheese in them thar hills!

Walking Man/Mark -- I have a feeling that they reserve the lead and otherr crap for Americans and Wal*Mart. We get to fund their endeavors -- and our own Quisling "masters".

Charles Gramlich said...

That's one small step for Quiet Riot, one giant leap for Keven DuBrow.

Sidney said...

Bummer about his death. I always liked their album covers back in the day.

JR's Thumbprints said...

This brings back memories of manufacturing "Bang Your Head" magnetic locker mirrors prior to my days as an educator.