Perhaps you've heard the expression, "When it rains, it pours!"
If you're like me, it's the sort of the phrase that's bothered you since you were a youngster forced to remain at the dinner table well after you'd finished eating--all for the sake of that silly "family" thing everyone's always talking about!
And while you sat there, seething but too young to realize why, your eyes fixated on that big fat, blue cylindrical object at the center of the dinner table, bearing a blue label and a puzzling illustration of a young girl holding an umbrella, standing in the rain like an idiot, with the legend "When it rains, it pours" next to her!
Again like me, that was probably the precise moment you realized that if you had any sort of future whatsoever, it would lie in writing thought-provoking music reviews, perhaps years in the future, in which you would incorporate virtually every thought that had ever crossed your mind in order to personally fulfill your word quota!
"One day," you perhaps reasoned, "I'll use that expression to convey the joy of an album release week bubbling over with fantastic new product! It will be really artful, and people will admire the analogy!"
Sadly, however, you big brother will then remind your parents that you've once again come to the dinner table without your pants! That too will scar you!
But as you stare at them all...you'll remember!Read More »from Everybody Must Get Dylaned!