15 February 2006 - 0:59What gets you through
For me, music has always played a pivotal role in my life. I can remember just about anything to music. I remember driving around with my Dad listening to Paul McCartney & Wings singing “Band on the Run” when I was 4. Blondie was huge in England from 1978 to 1982. Then it was Adam and the Ants. I remember the summer that Van Halen’s “Jump” was on every radio station. I remember my teen angst years with (the bitches formerly known as) Metallica’s “…AND JUSTICE FOR ALL” album. I crashed a car listening to Jane’s Addiction’s “Nothing’s Shocking”. An entire winter’s worth of snowboarding in Colorado can be summed up in Nudeswirl’s only album, and Swervedriver’s “Mezcal Head”. I spent 8 hours driving from San Diego to Monterey for Sea Otter (most of it in LA) with someone who is still a very good friend, listening to Radiohead’s “OK Computer” and “Kid A”. My son was born to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s “Awake”. When I was 2, my favorite song was Neil Diamond’s “Song Song Blue”.
I love music.
Which is why I bought some CREATURES.
They have quite a bit of sound to them for such little guys. And they have most certainly made the difference for me during the long hours spent painting, building, painting and painting. This post is for my shiny red Creatures, and their new home they warm with their sound.
And they are oh so cute