Monday, June 18, 2012

Maximum Fatness croons for love

I learned tonight, somewhat by accident, that Steven Seagal, aka Maximum Fatness, has at least two CDs for sale: Songs from the Crystal Cave and Mojo Priest. Both are available as made-on-order CD-Rs from Amazon.  The former features such tunes as "Don't You Cry," while the latter offers the almost irresistible "Love Doctor."

No, I haven't listened to either song.  I'm making these judgments from the titles and my mental images of him singing them.

The questions, of course, are whether I need to own these musical masterpieces and, if I did, how often I would have to play them for everyone at the beach.

The mind boggles. 

5 comments:

Michelle said...

I think it depends on how much you want to piss those off around you at the beach. The call is yours. I personally would rather listen to William Shatner's album where he talks through all the songs than Steven Segal sing about mojos. But, that's just me.

Anonymous said...

Hello... This sounds like "must have genius"!! How have you not bought it already? -Ticia

Mark said...

You both raise interesting, if contradictory, points.

J. Griffin Barber said...

He is supposed to be an accomplished guitarist, but the mind boggles at the thought of his singing.

Mark said...

Indeed it does. Perhaps, though, those at the beach house will soon learn his singing power.

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