Thursday, September 24, 2009
MUSIC BY DOUCHE-BAGS VOLUME ONE- JOHN PHILLIPS
Hold on a fucking minute here, do I believe my cocksucking ears?
I have been hearing for the past 24 hours that Mackenzie Phillips had a long term relationship with her father John, which is detailed in her book HIGH ON ARRIVAL that came out Wednesday.
These two coked-out, west coast canyon-assed hippie rockstar fuckwads?
I would have never believed it.
These "shocking" revelations only proves the point that GOD himself should come down here and dickbeat everyone to eternal damnation, and hopefully the rotting soul of this douchebag John Phillips is currently in the lowest level of HELL getting his anus reamed hourly by multitudes of hideous demons.
This woman is obviously a nutbag trying to make a few bucks to score some crack to smoke on her gold toilet. A bit of advice Crackenzie Phucking Phillips; keep fucked up shit like this between you and your therapist.
C'mon folks- we all knew Papa John was an asshole way back in 1966 with THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS hit "I Saw Her Again"... I mean... how could you dog Michelle Phillips like that, write a song, and make her SING on the fucking thing? Unfuckingbelievable.
As almost admirable as that was, the most reprehensible thing this man ever did was write that godawful BEACH BOYS hit "KOKOMO".
THAT'S A MILLION TIMES WORSE THAN SLEEPING WITH HIS DAUGHTER...
The one bright spot in this Douchebag's career is his first solo album JOHN, THE WOLF KING OF L.A. (1970)
This album sold poorly due to the fact that it was a dark and depressing, almost Altamont view of Los Angeles at the close of the 1960's. Songs dealt with drugs, depression, suicide, overdosing and aborted pregnancy; subjects far removed from the hippyshit California Dreamland built by The Mamas And The Papas. A true overlooked gem from the singer/songwriter boom, and an album I will never throw away no matter what beat up shit this fucking DILLHOLE pulls out next from the grave.
01. April Ann (3:20)
02. Topanga Canyon (3:54)
03. Malibu People (3:40)
04. Someone's Sleeping (2:46)
05. Drum (3:35)
06. Captain (The Mermaid) (3:24)
07. Let It Bleed, Genevieve (2:56)
08. Down The Beach (2:52)
09. Mississippi (3:36)
10. Holland Tunnel (3:47)
I don't post my own files to share with folks anymore due to almost unbearable guilt.
But here is the link to someone who has.
EVERMORE BLUES ALBUM REVIEW