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Friday, December 4, 2015

This Week: Drake Wants Adele's Laundry, Adele Wants CDs and Lady Gaga Wants Terror

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click image The only screenshot we could get of this video that didn't have a vagina in it. - PEACHES "RUB" / VIMEO
  • Peaches "Rub" / Vimeo
  • The only screenshot we could get of this video that didn't have a vagina in it.

This week, we've got some good sex (thanks, Peaches), some bad sex (sorry, Morrissey), some psychological masochism (for Lady Gaga) and some bad news for digital music (okay, Adele, Thom Yorke). Also, a ton of middle-aged white people just got super excited because THIS:

click image NFL / TWITTER
  • NFL / Twitter

Here are your quotes of the week:

"There are kids I know who are, like, nine who don't even know what a fucking CD is! I've got my CDs out on display in my house just to prove a point."
Adele is not down with the digital. [How many nine-year-olds are at Adele's house, anyway?] (Rolling Stone)

"I’d do anything with Adele. I’d literally go to Adele’s house right now and do laundry for her."
Oi, Drake! You should go! She's got TONS of CDs! (NME

"Recently, I got out all the vinyl that I had. Stuff collected over a lifetime...With every single vinyl there's a relationship...There's this direct contact...That relationship doesn't exist with digital files, USB sticks. And that has a corrosive effect on how music is made."
Radiohead's Thom Yorke is also not down with the digital. (NME)

"The reason I love watching horror films, mysteries and documentaries about crime is that it somehow numbs me from the pain I experience in my own life. You are watching something worse than whatever you think you’re going through. The terror of that suspends you, and you are able to forget about your own pain for a moment. It's like a safe, psychological form of masochism." 
Yes, Lady Gaga — sometimes watching 'American Horror Story' feels masochistic to us, too. (Billboard)

Don't worry everyone. Next time you're bored, there's now an online game where Ghostface Killah and Action Bronson chase each other around a haunted mansion. No, really:

"Can't talk right now, this chick's dick is in my mouth."
If you think Peaches' new single "Rub" is dirty, wait 'til you see the absurdly NSFW video... (Vimeo

"Eliza’s breasts barrel-rolled across Ezra’s howling mouth and the pained frenzy of his bulbous salutation extenuating his excitement as it whacked and smacked its way into every muscle of Eliza’s body except for the otherwise central zone."
The Literary Review just awarded Morrissey's novel, List of the Lost, 2015's 'Bad Sex in Fiction' Award. Stick that in your central zone, Mozza! (

"We were looking at each other, getting nearer and nearer, and at almost exactly the same moment we both put out our hands. What was amazing to me was Morrissey knew who I was. I was with my sister-in-law... I was walking around afterwards with my hand out... I said, ‘Morrissey touched me!’ She said, ‘I know. You look stupid.’”
Hey, JK Rowling! Maybe you could help him with his fiction-writing! (The Guardian)

And finally, in 10 years' time, Fall Out Boyz II Men are gonna make a killing playing wedding parties...
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