Pimp My Song

With the exception of Margaret Dumont in a white toga performing her plus-size version of the Rites of Spring, nothing makes Classical Occultism less appealing than Stevie Nicks levitating in a cloud of silken Underoos. Needless to say, I was never any kind of Fleetwood Mac fan until I discovered “Tusk” on the B side of a 45 RPM Top 40 single. Talk about relentless rhythm!

Think of this as today’s rock n’ roll sorbet. Cleanse your palate. Enjoy the interplay of exotic pop riffs, and don’t thank me just because the band isn’t dancing all over the YouTube video.

Posted by StrangeAppar8us on 05/14/13 at 05:32 PM • Permalink

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I’m pretty sure “Tusk” was an A-side, but it’s no biggie either way.

Here’s another non-gossamer song from that album:

http://youtu.be/mUJ-QsijPNQ

Comment by Steve M. on 05/14/13 at 05:51 PM

They should have played “Tusk” during every news report on the recent capture in Russia of alleged American spy and bad wig aficionado Ryan Fogle.
Fans of a certain bitchin’ FX show know why.

Your CIA at work for you.

Not nearly as interesting as the traditional Eastern European Pussy Riot… but the hair is similar.

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