Monday, February 20, 2006

Let's Never EVER compare against the Beatles ever again

I was just reading the blurb on Rhapsody about Enuff Z'Nuff. It says:

"Donnie Vie and bassist Chip Z'Nuff vibe off one another like a modern day Lennon-McCartney pairing."

I'd like to propose a new law. Congress, please feel free to put this into effect.

I. No one must ever compare any band to the Beatles ever again.

II. The only time we should hear mention of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, The Beatles... ok, even Ringo... is when we're talking about Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and the Beatles.

III. The sentence where their name is mentioned must never contain any other proper noun of any kind.

IV. Any of the above are considered a felony punishable by a year imprisonment or subject to 15 days of listening to The Knack.

V. It is a misdemeanor to talk of the Beatles as the greatest rock band, mention Lennon's comparison to a deity, or ever mention or allude to Yoko Ono in any way. Punishment will be community service of judging a high school Battle of the Bands.

VI. Any discussion of where you or a family member was when the Beatles were on the Ed Sullivan show mandates a lifetime banishment to Liverpool.

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