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Gnarls Barkley — Who Cares?
Album: St. Elsewhere
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Released: 2006
Length: 2:26
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Good album. It was something different last year and it was the first album I bought...the only thing to grab my attention I suppose.
A little bit of fun, I'll leave it at that.
I'm not feeling it.
physicsgenius wrote:
At least it isn't that other Gnarls Barkley song.
Everyone must sure like that other song; 3 groups (I think the Raconteurs and Chili Peps included) did it at Lolapalooza.
Such an inspired album. Not the best song off it, but certainly not bad.
makes me miss that Sublime song.
At least it isn't that other Gnarls Barkley song.
cayenne wrote:
Love it, love it! It's going to be the CD of the summer - I can tell already.
I love the fact that most people aren't quite getting this album (although RS is now calling it the CD of Summer)...for those who enjoy something different and willing to give it a couple of listens, this disc is way bueno.
This is a great song. I really like some of C-Lo's music. However, he's hit and miss. He throws out a brilliant song like this one and then a bunch of crap. This CD is just that...CRAP!! One good song. I suggest downloading this one.
Sorry, after Stevie Wonder, Gnarls is weak. Bleh.
Awful
Shesdifferent wrote:
Love this...great to see something DIFFERENT played on RP
Maybe it's a big deal "different" for RP, but on listening I don't "get" the big deal (or what's different) about these guys or this tune? As the title says "Who Cares?"
:jump: Delightful!
I wanted to like this song when I saw the artist, but it really doesn't it for me
canz wrote:
Anyone got this album? Is it worth purrchasing?
Yea, it's great. So much good stuff going on here. Seems like every week I have a different song stuck in my head. Just when I think I have a favorite another one comes to the front.
leoparadise wrote:
More info (and an incredibly creepy picture of Danger Mouse and Cee-lo in platinum wigs?) at: https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5352043
They're dressed up all like A Clockwork Orange! :eh:
Robolink wrote:
I guess it's so bad it's good..
Yeah, that's what I'm getting too.
canz wrote:
Anyone got this album? Is it worth purrchasing?
Love it, love it! It's going to be the CD of the summer - I can tell already.
canz wrote:
Anyone got this album? Is it worth purrchasing?
This album is SO worth it!
Love this...great to see something DIFFERENT played on RP
Anyone got this album? Is it worth purrchasing?
I didn't know anything about this group until NPR featured the Gnarls Barkley song 'Crazy' as its Song of the Day about a week ago. For anyone wondering, Gnarls Barkley is made up of an interesting duo: DJ Danger Mouse (who produced the Grey Album mix of the Beatles' White Album and Jay Z's Black Album) and Cee-Lo, who was a founding member of Goodie Mob. More info (and an incredibly creepy picture of Danger Mouse and Cee-lo in platinum wigs?) at: https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5352043
And I could go on, and on, and on. . . BUT WHO CARES? Interesting to hear this after Wonder's "I Wish" Both kinda remind me of WKTU back in the early 80's. DLG
I guess it's so bad it's good..
It's good to see Charles Barkley is still working. What? Oh, nevermind.
So, THAT's how you spell Gnarls. huh. 7.
jambag wrote:
This album is one of the most exciting I've heard this year. The first half is riveting, bolstered by UK #1 "Crazy". Like Sly & the Family Stone meet Outcast. Hope to hear more from this on RP.
Also named one of 5 best albums this month by Time Magazine (click here) I'll give Time some clout, since that is how I discovered RP in an article 2 years ago.
eh
Yes, more of from these two.
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This album is one of the most exciting I've heard this year. The first half is riveting, bolstered by UK #1 "Crazy". Like Sly & the Family Stone meet Outcast. Hope to hear more from this on RP.