Amoeba style. I've decided to start a weekly Throwbacks section dedicated to music, movies and whatever other junk I collect. This week, my unemployed ass strolled into Ameoba Records and picked up the following gems:
Felt 2: A Tribute to Lisa Bonet (2005):
Would you date Lisa Bonet? I would. But Slug and Murs took the debate to a whole 'nother level when the two Rhymesayers vied over position with the hottie during a tour bus debate. The result: 2005's Felt 2: A Tribute to Lisa Bonet. Ant's production is on point, and Slug and Murs compliment each other well lyrically -- although Slug definitely steals the spotlight on more than a couple tracks:
Coming to America (1988):
"The royal penis is clean, your highness." Without a doubt, a classic. Eddie Murphy stars in what is arguably the funniest, most ignorant dose of comedic genius in the modern era.
Surrealistic Pillow (1967):
One of the defining albums of a generation and, in my opinion, Jefferson Airplane's best work.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004):
Not as earth shattering as a I remembered it being, but still a good love story. Jim Carey and Kate Winslet at their finest.