MC is out on vacation leaving Double A to pick of the slack. Kick back and take a ride down memory lane as we detail the carreer of one of the greatest groups in rap history: The Fat Boys.
'Music for the Masses'
Fresh from the sights and smells of Comic Con, M.C. hits the highway with Tom Petty and heads down to Cabo to party it up with Sammy Hagar. Unfortunately, this leaves Double A to hold down the fort with a Dead Prez and some Outlawz.
This time out, M.C. is ready to let his freak flag fly at Comic Con, but, before he goes, he wants to tell you about how he’s found his inner Muse and Thom Yorke’s Eraser. So grab your light sabers and come on in and sit spell, why don’tchya’?
Join M.C. this week as he checks out the new releases from Dashboard Confessional and Keane, announces the winners of the Superman Returns contest and makes a play to assume ultimate control of the Mormon church. Double A is also back with a peek at the new one from Dr. Octagon.
M.C. is back in the cushy new digs with an introduction, a couple of reviews, and a really cool contest… in that order.
Welcome back, friends! Hope you’re all doing well. Me? I’m doing great and thanks for asking. But I gotta tell you, like many of you out there, I am still recovering from that emotional roller coaster ride that ended last week. I mean, whoa. . .I’m tearing up just thinking about it. How cool, nay, how inspiring was it to see a mentally retarded young man chase his dreams and reach the pinnacle of success? That’s a rhetorical question, of course, because it was damn cool. Damn inspiring. So, before we go any further, let’s give a shout out to this amazing young man. That’s right, Soul Patrol, give it up for our boy, Taylor “Corky” Hicks! WHOOOO!!!! High five!!!