Tuesday, March 09, 2010

The 11 Best Albums By Danger Mouse

I love Netflix. As all of you know, I love making lists. Netflix allows me to make a list of all the movies I want to see. And then sends them to me in the mail to watch for as long as I want. What could be bad about that? Well...I'll tell you...it's everything if you're Warner Bros.

Warner Bros just struck a deal with Netflix to delay all WB titles for 28 days before making them available to rent. This has to be one of the most ass-backwards business decision I've ever heard. Supposedly, this is being done in an effort to influence people to buy more DVDs. How? People on Netflix are renting movies...because they don't want to buy them. And most of the time...probably 99.9% of the time...people are renting movies they've never seen. People don't buy movies they've never seen. And if I didn't bother to go see a movie in the theater...I'm not going to spend MORE money on a DVD for a weaker movie-going experience. Seriously, get your heads out of your asses.

It's not like Warner Bros has been shitting out golden turds either. The Box got terrible reviews and tanked. You're right...that just screams..."Buy me, buy me."

It always boggles my mind how big corps are so resistant technological advances. Don't they know by now...it's those who embrace the future are the ones who last to exist in the future?

Here are the 11 Best albums by Danger Mouse:
1. Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere
2. Beck - Modern Guilt
3. Danger Mouse and Jemini - Ghetto Pop Life
4. Jay-z/The Beatles - The Grey Album
5. Gorillaz - Demon Days
6. Sparklehorse and Danger Mouse - Dark Night of the Soul
7. Martina Topley-Bird - The Blue God
8. The Good, The Bad, & The Queen - The Good, The Bad, and the Queen
9. Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple
10. The Black Keys - Attack and Release
11. Danger Doom - The Mouse and the Mask
Buy Danger Mouse's newest collaboration with Shins' lead singer James Mercer (Broken Bells) now!!

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