1. dial soap November 13, 2009

    Stupid Sh-t! I rather watch

    Stupid Sh-t! I rather watch Rachel Ray over and over again!

  2. Jesus November 13, 2009

    I would really enjoy hating

    I would really enjoy hating on this, but then I’d have to suck his balls. I’m at a loss…

  3. Jordan November 13, 2009

    Are you kidding?

    Are you kidding? Urban-hipster, BikeSnobNYC-reading, Velocity-Deep V wheel-building, pista-loving, alley-cat racers everywhere unite.

    And all you haters-well….

  4. Scot November 13, 2009

    That’s a whole lota ball

    That’s a whole lota ball suck’n.

  5. andydut November 13, 2009

    pls help me: is this serious

    pls help me: is this serious or a joke? i can’t tell if they’re trying to be self depricating or if this is serious music.

    If it’s a joke: tres funny. If not, well, uhh, sorta at a loss here…

  6. AAIMGC November 13, 2009

    come see’em tonight at the

    come see’em tonight at the american apparel ironic mustache growing contest

  7. BC November 14, 2009

    I need some commentary from

    I need some commentary from Pure to understand this.

  8. Randall Erkelens November 15, 2009

    This is a fine example of the

    This is a fine example of the direction of pop music. Take a vocoder and make a song. Have you listened to the mainstream radio lately? Really. 70-80% of every song has a vocoder. It’s all one big song. No distinguishing marks by individual singers. I can’t tell Jay Sean from Black Eyes Peas (sell out band). I really thought Cher and Elton John using vocoders ten years ago should have been when we shut the book on it’s influence on pop music. Guess not.

  9. j November 15, 2009

    whether it’s ironic or not,

    whether it’s ironic or not, it reflects Denver perfectly: passe.

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