Friday, April 14, 2006
From back in the day, as long as I can remember, I've been a big CSNY fan. I still get the chills at the harmonies and chord progressions in Suite Judy Blue Eyes. And even though the "Y" in the CSNY, didn't last that long, I've always liked Neil Young as a creative talent, and old school rocker. I mean, what's not to like about an over driven Les Paul blasting out of a stack of Marshalls with enough volume to shake your fillings loose? This guy knows how to turn it up, and rock the way rock should be performed. However, as time passes, we all reach our prime and then fade away into irrelevance. Neil has forgotten his own lyrics, "Better to burn out, than fade away". Alas, Neil has faded, and now, pathetically has decided that to get back into relevance, he should produce a no holds barred attack on his own country and the President. (Actually, his own country is Canada, but lets face it, there aren't enough Canadians to buy his music, so he's made the US his home - more bucks).
Well, sorry Neil, your new album will not find it's way into my iPod. It's easy to rip the president; all your buddies are doing it. As a committed communist, it's the safe thing to do. I would respect Young, or any of the leftists in the entertainment industry, a lot more if they would focus their creative energy on blasting the real enemy - Islam, rather than attacking the only force in the world attempting to preserve their over compensated, cushy lifestyle.
Hey Neil! How 'bout an album called, "Muslims Suck!"? You could have songs on it with titles like, "Allah, The Mythical Moon God", or "Hey Moron, There Aint No Virgins in Islamic Heaven", or "My Boyfriend Stuck an IED Up My Ass", or maybe, "Mohammed's Favorite Wife Was a Camel", or how about, "Cave Dwelling Blues", or finally, "There's No Time like Medieval Time". I think we all would go out and buy music or movies that represented reality like that as opposed to the ignorant and simple, "Bush is evil" theme that is so prevalent in the music and entertainment industry today. But, given the Rusted shut mindset of the leftists today; I won't be holding my breath. Again, Neil, it's time for Rust to Sleep.