Uh...no mention of Oblivion?
I'M FALLING IN LOVE
I have had the honor and privilege of meeting Prozak on 3 seperate occasions, 1st on the "End of Days Tour", 2nd at the GotJ 2011, then on the "Hostile Takeover Tour". I am very impressed with him as an artist and as a person. He is very down to earth & real. Prozak is a lyrical genius as well as an amazing performer. I had a couple of short conversations with him, he treated me with the utmost respect. In 1 of those conversations we talked of an idea and he has brought about with the trac "Until Then". I take absolutely no credit, I am just excited that he remembered. Thank you Prozak! I am very excited about "Paranormal" and I look forward to much more. Best of luck & God bless.
Every song I hear from Paranormal makes me even more excited to get this album!! Prozak is an amazing rapper, writer, and man!!
This album is going to be amazing! Thanks for hooking up with Prozak and releasing this bangin' track!
That was a very thought provoking theme. The interview sums it up well, " That line is all the experiences and every single thing that person has ever done and said. Their LIFES work summed up in a dash." I have never looked at it that way. Well done fellas! Prozak is taking 2012 by force!
Its interesed news. very thx!
Damn, that hook is gonna be stuck in my head forever... prozak and twiztid, another underground hit... Whoop Whoop to my old school Juggalos...!!
Hell yeah, this shits sick! Strange, FunkVolume, Psychopathic, almost any underground artist/label wouldn't have nearly as much success as they do if the true loyal family an Juggalos an Technicians didn't fuck wit em, even some mainstream fucknuggets too.
WHOOP WHOOP PROZAK. GLAD TO HELP THE FAM OUT!
You gotta be fucking kidding me.
Crazy, Stupid, Love was a solid movie, even if it didn’t really offer anything new to the genre I still enjoyed it. I loved the music though! One of my favorite soundtracks since Garden State…I do wonder though, how do they determine what songs make the official soundtrack?
For example, the movie had two of my all-time favorite songs in it, but only one made it to the soundtrack. The first one, “Almanac” by The Acorn is on the soundtrack and it played in Weaver’s SUV when Cal’s struggle to understand stops Jessica’s attempt to let him know how she feels. Love that song….
The other one, “Loops” by Junip was the song playing when Robbie declares his love for all to see but Jessica tells him there’s someone else…and it didn’t make the cut. How does this get decided? I’d get the soundtrack for sure if they had “Loops” on it (probably still will buy it but ugh it would be better with Loops).
I think Snyder needs to know just how many Michigan natives earned a living wage. If he sees some serious numbers, then hopefully He'll re-examine his position on the incentives.
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Thanks for the write-up John!
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I love Claire! She's fabulous in Myth of the American Sleepover!! What a cute and talented actress.
The idea that you could populate your 10 best list entirely without any foreign language films is completely baffling to me, especially in a year that was so weak in American language cinema and (as usual) so strong in world cinema. I really hope that this rag you write for doesn't pay you anything.
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