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KISS And The Importance Of Punctuation

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The other night, I decided (I can’t now recall why) that I needed to hear Destroyer, the 1976 album that took KISS to a whole new level, if I may use a phrase that I never use.  And I discovered (as one expects when one puts on a forty-year-old KISS album) a weird inconsistency in the use of commas.

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Try to Remain Anonymous and Someone Will Call You The Beatles

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So what do Klaatu, Gort, and Ringo have in common? Klaatu and Gort came into pop culture back in 1951 when Gort and Klaatu arrived from space to tell humans to get along in a movie called The Day the Earth Stood Still. Klaatu was the humanoid and Gort was the huge humanoid robot. Ringo Starr?

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The Songs of Chuck (S1-E4)—Apartment, Too Much Too Fast?

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“Chuck Versus the Wookie” may not the best episode for music, for sure, but there are some pretty good tunes all the same. “Shy” from Matthew Dear’s Asa Breed album is electronic pop by an artist who lists Bowie and Talking Heads among his influences—and there is a little of both evident on “Shy.” There’s also some electronica in the form of “Weird Science” by Does It Offend You, Yeah?, nothing too monumental here(actually reminds me a lot of McCartney II!). Of similar ilk is Matt & Kim’s “Yeah Yeah.”

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The Songs of Chuck (S1-E3): Have Some Cake

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“Chuck versus the Tango” has some unconventional music choices with pieces by Mozart (Figaro) and, of course, a tango by Gotan Project, “Santa Maria.” If you are not familiar with the Gotan Project it is worth a look; it’s tango music but somewhat electronic with sampling and varied beats.

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