today in ridiculous: damon albarn, gwyneth paltrow, sleigh bells
    • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010

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    Aside from the weather and the usual "2012 is coming, you guys!" a few notable ridiculous things hit the news wires today. Let's talk about them quick, because I have a two hour Mad Men style whiskey sponsored lunch to go to.

    Damon Albarn recorded an entire Gorillaz album on his iPad.

    It should be ready for release by Christmas, according to NME, or by Vomitmas, according to me. It could be interesting, but really? [via]

    Gwyneth Paltrow performed "Forget You" on Glee.

    OK this is the worst thing I've ever seen. And this morning I saw an old lady get robbed by another old lady while she was singing "Tik Tok" and sporting jorts. But this? I kind of want to give myself a concussion.



    "Goop" doesn't even begin to describe it. Shouldn't someone be put in jail for this?

    The unofficial video for Sleigh Bell's "Riot Rhythm".

    This is a good kind of ridiculous. Directed by Bo Mirosseni and featuring one of the poor kids who got massacred in that Roman Garvis MIA video as a student of Chess in a Kill Bill style training montage (his name is Ian Hamrick). [via]




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