Kat commented on Ology's Battle Of The Fans: '80s Semi-Finals (Duran Duran Vs. Depeche Mode):
“Duran Duran, watched them live many times since 1983. Best live band I've ever seen.”
May 20, 2013
Redcat commented on Ology's Battle Of The Fans: '80s Semi-Finals (Duran Duran Vs. Depeche Mode):
“Duran Duran. They've done New Romantic to funk to house, done them well, and combined them in interesting ways.”
May 20, 2013
Nell commented on Ology's Battle Of The Fans: '80s Semi-Finals (Duran Duran Vs. Depeche Mode):
“Duran Duran. I'm a fan of both, and have seen both perform, but it was hearing The Chauffeur live that really showed me how much a piece of music can do emotionally even when the lyrics are somewhat abstract.”
Check out the "Mustache Man (Wasted)" music video premiere below.
Okay, so I'll be the first to admit that I kinda sorta forgot that Cake even put out an album last year. Showroom Of Compassion (read Ology's review below) is the sort of album that's easy to overlook—not terrible, but not really great either. The same can't be same about their new music video for "Mustache Man (Wasted)", the weirdest, most oddball, hilarious thing I've seen all week and easily one of the oddest and best videos to date.
Okay, so first of all, I don't know what the hell I'm doing wrong, but my morning coffee doesn't come from a cute girl in a bikini OR a giant dude wearing a surprisingly effective mock-bikini bod t-shirt. This needs to be remedied immediately. Secondly, I want to know where I can find Mustache Man and when his next party is, because I think 1.) it would be amazing, and 2.) there will be a lot of girls there, whether they want to be or not. Sure, it rips off a page or two from the Beastie Boys School of Funny Mustaches textbook, but so what—silly mustaches always have and always will be hilarious. That's just an inflexible fact.
Cake fans—what do you guys think of the "Mustache Man (Wasted)" video? Hit up our comments section below with your first impressions.
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