So why collaborate if one doesn’t have to?… one big reason is to restrict one’s...– Mr. David Byrne on why he’s so prone to collaborate. Collaboration is an interesting thing. I’ve been thinking about it more recently. I look at Byrne, and I look at the career path of DJ Danger Mouse, and I get envy at the ease of collaboration for musicians. Show up and play at the same time,...
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Loser (pizza and doritos)
The “slacker generation” thing was never something Beck related to even though this chorus was a natural for that image, and certainly was part of why the song was such a hit. Beck remembered that when he first heard about it was when the video premiered on MTV. “The guy on the air was talking about all this slacker stuff, saying that ‘Loser’ was like some...