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Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

This Time It’s Personal

Greetings earthlings. Today marks the release of G7’s 57th and final release of audio excrement out into this troubled sphere. It’s called This Time It’s Personal and it was crafted by one Chris Pastor, aka Jamaica Plain.

At first we didn’t know why his music was so bizarre and eccentric. He was, after all, from Boston, home of such clearly non-eccentric luminaries as Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn. But then we found he was now living in Sweden and it all made sense. Those people are freaks (see examples.)

Speaking of old Zinn-meister, here’s what he had to say about This Time It’s Personal:

We just listened to your wonderful new CD [sic] — it is as you want it to be — up-front and very powerful, with the words coming at you, entering into your consciousness. It is a really important thing you’ve done. Each one of the pieces is great.

The man certainly has a way with words, doesn’t he? And who are you to argue with him — he wrote the fucking People’s History of the United States!

Download This Time It’s Personal today – and also check out the recently-posted video for I Won’t Run (which, if viewed cynically, could be interpreted as endorsing suicide bombings. But we’re not cynics! And we don’t endorse suicide bombings. Nor do we endorse F16 aerial bombings. Unless you’re blowing up an F16 with a suicide bomb, that’s OK.)

You can also find the album on iTunes, eMusic, Amazon and other inter-web locations.