Thursday, July 14, 2011

It seemed like a good idea at the time, officer

The Bavarian Oompah Band and The Big Bavarian Band
German Bierfest Favourites
Red Army Choir Russian Favourites

I was in Oxfam, they were having a sale, these were cheap, the money raised goes to charidee. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it. No further questions until I have talked to my lawyer. Anyway, the Bierfest record is not as much fun as the other Bavarian Beer Festival record I have, mainly because it does not have overdubbed sounds of drunken revellers in the background. The Red Army Choir record, meanwhile, is not as camp as I was hoping for. In fact, after hearing the singing of the massed army choirs of North Korea on the Radio Pyongyang album, the Red Army Choir sounds surprisingly puny. Small wonder that socialism failed in the Soviet Union and yet, thanks to the Juche Principle of the Great Leader Kim Il-Sung, the continuing efforts of the Dear Leader, Kim Jong-Il, and the emerging guidance of the Charming Leader, Kim Nor-Bert, it continues in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

An inuit panda production

good time panda

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