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The songs on this S.P. album less developed than Counting C.. But still effective for it’s time as ballad-like. The first couple of songs on ‘Final Straw’ I think are good. But it’s no wonder we have this “Incel” issue because “emo” and “indie light” songs flooded sensibilities for guys.
We have a “no game” crisis. The girls all say, “Oh my God,” or sympathetically, “That’s hard.”
Apologies to J. in Pac. (Sic), I imagine the earnestness of this lyric delivery on the first song, he would find especially maddening and nauseating.
Going through some of Counting C. back catalog after enjoying their new album “Buttered” (2021) The lyrics are so rich, I imagine it took Adam years to craft each song’s lyrics.
In this new VICE network series, “Dark Side of the Nineties.” In an episode specifically about “The Viper Room“, and the accompanying tragic death of River P., Adam D., reveals he was a bartender at the club for eight-years and met Jennifer Aniston.
Starting at The Viper Room after touring to support the C.C. debut album.
I often think of the Desert (meaning Palm Springs, Palm Desert, et al.) as a place of refuge/disconnect. I imagine as a bartender in Hollywood you meet a lot of cool people with interesting stories.
The song above (High Life) is from the album “This Desert Life.”