Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
THE BEST ALBUM OF THE 90s!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Some albums are far more than the sum of their parts, far more than the actual music... They just smell right, like warm sourdough does. The Zip Code Rapists were a fine group of men, two men (and occasionally their talented San Francisco friends wink wink) who played funky tunes. They were secure enough in their masculinity to cover the Doors' "Riders On the Storm" and Bacharach's "The Look of Love," despite their foppish appearance. And perhaps the greatest cover in all of music history is their cover of "Most of the Time." I'll say that until I die. I mean it.
Truly, Z.C.R. were two-trick ponies. They could also write original hits like "Zip Code Gentlemen" and "Henderson," the latter being a meditation on nuclear testing and its relation to soil erosion in Nevada. Every time I hear that song I break down and cry...
Maybe you'll only understand if you hear it too. Do you really hear it? Have you ever heard anything before? Hear for the first time. Bring this medley of shoe-gazing, alternative, garage rock, intelligent dance music styles into your home today and cry with me."