Wandering Seoul

August 17, 2006


Filed under: Uncategorized — Small Batch Brewer @ 4:02 am


This is my official rebuttal. Not all is rap or hip hop, but…

You will love rap…

…rap is your friend…

…love it!

You love rap!

For Rachel Lynn,

I had to dig deep, girl, for this one. I hope you’re still a fan. If not, “no soup for me for a month!”

For Jes,

I can’t believe I found this, Yar!

For Wray,

And let’s not forget the best one of all:



  1. HAHAHAH Smelly Cat is going to be the first hit single for our band!!! haha as soon as figure out how to play this freakin guitar..

    and RL not still love USHER?? Of course she does!

    I’m still thinking on a comment for the one addressed to me..

    Comment by Shells Bells — August 17, 2006 @ 7:48 am

  2. My official comments on your music..

    1. Lauren Hill is a gifted her vocals are amazing.

    2. Radiohead – could take them or leave them. I do love Fake Plastic Trees though that song brings back memories

    3. Not sure how I feel about the hippies in the recording studio.not sure who that is..

    4. Icecube..um I hope he melts away

    5. Notorious B.I.G…I refuse to diss the dead…I do however like the track Hypnotize

    6. OMG! I LOVE YOU EVEN MORE IF YOU LOVE PETER GABRIEL!!!! Solsbury Hill !! WOOHOO! I love that song so much I ache when I hear it. Seen him a few times too..not as many as Prince but I do love him.

    hehe Come on Eileen..you should of seen us dancing ot that last Saturday!

    Comment by Shells Bells — August 17, 2006 @ 8:48 am

  3. sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet I love Usher thanks Adrian!

    Comment by Rachel Lynn — August 21, 2006 @ 5:43 pm

  4. HAAA!!! Thanks!!

    Lauren Hill?!? Shells, puh-leeeze!! She’s a rich girl from the suburbs playing the ghetto card. She’d be nowhere without Wyclef.

    Comment by Jes — August 25, 2006 @ 6:48 am

  5. Oooh Damien, why you so good? Give me that Irish angst – but give it to me slow. Yeah, slow. “Cold Water” would make me want to coax Damien Rice out of depression with some sexual healing – but then it was inextricably tied to “The Girl in the Cafe”. And after that movie one is less in the mood for sweet loving and more in the mood for sobbing until you’re no longer dead inside. But it’s a great movie and I highly recommend it! The song was also strategically placed to rip your guts out in the sentimental “I am David.” Which is a fine movie if you fall for that adorable orphaned child overcoming adversity and Nazis as he flees across Europe thing.

    Comment by Sue — August 26, 2006 @ 3:19 am

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