Here's what to do then - get onto your work colleagues computers (most lightly running M$ Windows) and change the startup display image to use a suitably crap album cover... Even better it you do the shutdown image too.
Originally posted by Bear Bibeault: I guess woman. Do I get the cigar?
That was my guess too, but Heino is male.
That photo is from 1971. According to AllMusic.com, Heino is now...
...a 60-something senior citizen who clads himself in vinyl rectangular glasses and blond hair that resembles an albino. His voice is deep, the deepest baritone imaginable, when he belts out his hit polkas and marches...
... He is not meant as a joke, yet sometimes references are made to him as such, despite the fact that he is one of [Germany's] most popular singers.
Originally posted by marc weber: This one kills me.
Wow! I wonder whether anyone's posted the German language version of "Disco Duck" ... I also remember a German country/western singer from that era -- and a song with a title something like "Willie Klein der Fernsehn Mann." I think his name was Guenther Gabriel. [ October 18, 2007: Message edited by: Frank Silbermann ]
Ugh. Some truely nasty stuff there. (For those struggling with their German, the text underneath #19 reads "If you look closely, you can make out the extra arm that secures the Easter Bunny on his shoulder." )
I only have one of these: Steely Dan's Can't Buy a Thrill. But I've purchased this album repeatedly. Once on vinyl and twice on CD (because I had to get the remastered version). Should I also count it being duplicated on Steely Dan's box set?
Originally posted by Jim Yingst: ...Amusingly, I own 13 of these.
There are 8568 ways to choose 5 from 18 (or 13 from 18), but I'll try to guess which 5 you don't have...
The Mars Volta, De-Loused In The Comatorium
Fates Warning, Awaken The Guardian
Queensryche, Hear In The Now Frontier
Marillion, Script For A Jester's Tear
Coheed And Cambria, Good Apollo...
Joined: Jan 30, 2000
I don't have the Queensryche or Fates Warning. I do own (and enjoy) the other three. [ January 29, 2008: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]