Music video by Robin Thicke performing Sex Therapy. (C) 2009 Star Trak, LLC
i once went on a handful of dates, and later contemplated making out, with a guy who claimed akon and r. kelly were ripping off robin thicke, who was way more versatile of a singer.
i’m not sure about all that, but he is way hotter. this video is for him.
i hate him.. but then here i am on a thursday night at midnight wishing he would give me even the slightest inclination that he remembered my name.
So many people who take part in the celebrity worshiping culture become so entrenched in their fascination with which rockstar is in rehab this week that they forget the important things in life, like how our political system is slowly crumbling.
Celebrities will ever so often find themselves with a platform on which to speak about some of the issues the world is plagued with that they find particularly engaging or noteworthy, but not Russell Brand.
Russell Brand takes it to an amazing level, in terms of his ability to consistently attempt to re-engage the modern 20 something with the real world - not simply the pixelated “truths” of social media - and does so while shattering everyone’s perception about how good of a guy he really is.
He’s so.. inspired? i think inspired is the right word here.. that he’s managed to successfully re-establish that there is a world out there in crisis while simultaneously making it all seem a bit funny. And though there is often a layer of humor involved - perhaps it’s his accent, which i find suspiciously similar to Robert Plant’s voice in the Song Remains the Same, but that’s another rant - the importance of what he’s saying is never lost on me.
So yes, Thank God for Russell Brand
I love everything about this video. dave grohl, kirk hammet, taylor hawkins, the song choice, the fact that dave and taylor chose the opening overture from 2112… i just love it
jimmy page from 1973 is what i dream about having in my love life.