A minute by minute review of 'Fool's Gold' by the Stone Roses
Alright, so this is my review of Fool's Gold by the Stone Roses. Now in technicolor!
Da dum de dum dish. Bass line. Guitar riff. Monkey man sings. Monkey Cheeeeeeeeese. Monkey on a motorbike. Hehehehe.
Bum tish, bass line. Guitar riff. Riff. And again. Must... maintain...concentration.... nnnnnghgh...
More of the same. I think I see gold.... Gold chocolate bars! Mmm. Better than Penguins but not as good as Trios. I think I heard Squire make a mistake.
Bass line changes! Singing stops for a bit. Woohoo! Guitar solo.
Psychedelic guitar riffs. More riffin'.
What? Oh er yeah. Nothing much. I wouldn't care if I found gold now. That reminds me, must buy some Kerry Gold butter from the supermarket.
Drum solo. Some bass licks. Sorry about that, I dunno what happened to minute seven. I just lost a minute of my life. This sucks.
This will surely end soon. Buff duff ba dum. Damn, wish I'd reviewed the single version instead of the blasted longer vinyl version. Mnnmnmnmnmnmn. Where's the aspirin.
Oh crud, my mp3 player has run out of batteries. Oh well, can't be bothered buying some more just now.
Thus ends this review
Well I'm sorry I never made it all the way through but I thought nine and a half minutes was good enough for an article nobody will read. Despite all the nonsense I thought it was good. And that has nothing to do with the fact a bunch of baggies have me at knifepoint. Uh oh, I never said that...
Coming next... Stairway to Heaven, extended live version!