Mike Macharyas | Kylie Minogue

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Kylie Minogue

by Mike Macharyas

Mikey says: He's come to hate his body and all that it requires in this world. He may hate it, but you're gonna fuckin' LOVE IT.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
He was dancing down the street, with his suede blue eyes. Here he comes again, he's dancing 'neath the starry skies. He'll make you flip. He's Mike Macharyas, world-famous name repeater.

He ruins unsuspecting children's days. He gives them terrible online experiences when they purchase something he's done. He's a bad bad man. He's bad, bad Mike Macharyas. Meanest man in the whole damn town.

Mike is sick of hearing about how he's misleading people. So now is the opportunity for us to just put it out in the open for every imbecile who feels like they've been duped, fooled, tricked, hoodwinked and bamboozled. The tracks on this album and all of his previous works consist of him repeating a celebrity's name. NNMaddox (and sometimes (H)aig) then put a wacky backbeat to his vocal showcase. 16 tracks later, album DONE and shipped out to the masses.

Now that I've told you all about what this album represents, I'd love to hear some of your moronic complaints. I've love for you to tell us how it's crap and it's not music and it's wasting valuable (Virtual) space. Go on, do it! You know you're thinking it.

Maybe it hasn't dawned on you that we know damn well that these albums are not the next coming of The Beatles or Bob Dylan. You say to yourself, "I could have done that." Well why didn't you, you fucking idiot? Because you have so much to do with your time? I bet alot of you dumbfucks are sitting there in front of your computer, parents owing thousands upon thousands of dollars, paying for your lame ass to go to school where you're not going to learn a fucking thing. Get a job, you fuckin' bums.

Lou Reed said it best in Mistrial-an out-of-print, ultra-obscure album that you've probably never heard of, but will go search the Internet for now that I've dubbed it "cool." Anyway, in the title track he says: "There's some smarts that you learn down in the streets that a college education can't buy." Amen, brother.

Wait, let me guess, are you "currently freelancing?" Are you "a full-time student?" How about "in between jobs?"

Suck a dick, dipshits. And then pick up this album. You'll love it.


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