Sunday, March 22, 2009

Bono Vocalism and His Manpowers

More fun takes on my reviews, translated out of English, and then back to English:

This is an album all about clip: the ravages of the relentless March of hrs and years, chronos
and kairos, calendar clip and timevs. those moments that are out of clip, that prolong us, those in which we meet something of the Lord. It Holds a subject researched explicitly in `` Minute of Resignation '' and `` Unknown Company, '' and sideways in posterior courses such as the anthemic rocker `` Breathe '' and the atmospherical closer, `` Cedars of Lebanon. ''

This is an album done by middle-aged manpowers still playing a shaver 's game, goodly cognizant of the absurdness of the furnishing ( see the humourous, self-deprecating lines in the funk-driven `` Standup Comedy '' ), and seeking for and sometimes chance grounds to locomote along. Intrinsically, these are vocals that could hold ne'er been composed by Bono Vocalism, the nave, ideal younker of early albums. And in and of itself, these are vocals that could simply hold been indited by Bono, the aging, iconic stone star taken with with Redeemer and himself in equal step, and troubled by the incongruousness. They are great religious and human vocals.

4 comments:

John McCollum said...

Makes sense to me.

Chris Slaten said...

That's just to good to be true.

uscrewtape said...

Where can I get some of that "nave, ideal younker"? Is that part of the ticket pre-sale?

Andy Whitman said...

Erik, you are probably too old to be considered a nave, ideal younker. You'd could still try for younker status, but you'd be far from ideal.