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2007 album from the British songwriter, best known as bassist for early Sparks, Radio Stars, Jet and other related outfits. This Nobel Prize-winning, former stand-in for Charles Atlas and personal friend of James Bond once again lays it fearlessly on the line. He wrestles with 'la condition humane' in his accustomed manner, but will never really come to terms with it. Observe the cover, on which the Lobster of the title bravely struggles with the weight of the imploding and exploding world in the manner of the ancient mythological Greek lobster whose name currently escapes me. It is clear that this is no trite grappling with pop-cultural mores in the time-honored manner of R&B divas and boy bands. This, frankly, is one Lobster that would rather chew it's legs off than line-dance. It has, in a very real but figurative sense, come to redeem the world from it's sins; it is the Lobster of God risen from the deep to absolve the non-crustacean of their earthly burden. It's five minutes to midnight, says the Lobster, and you'd better listen up! Radiant.
2007 album from the British songwriter, best known as bassist for early Sparks, Radio Stars, Jet and other related outfits. This Nobel Prize-winning, former stand-in for Charles Atlas and personal friend of James Bond once again lays it fearlessly on the line. He wrestles with 'la condition humane' in his accustomed manner, but will never really come to terms with it. Observe the cover, on which the Lobster of the title bravely struggles with the weight of the imploding and exploding world in the manner of the ancient mythological Greek lobster whose name currently escapes me. It is clear that this is no trite grappling with pop-cultural mores in the time-honored manner of R&B divas and boy bands. This, frankly, is one Lobster that would rather chew it's legs off than line-dance. It has, in a very real but figurative sense, come to redeem the world from it's sins; it is the Lobster of God risen from the deep to absolve the non-crustacean of their earthly burden. It's five minutes to midnight, says the Lobster, and you'd better listen up! Radiant.
604388690824

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Format: CD
Label: RAFU
Catalog: 1065585
Rel. Date: 01/13/2008
UPC: 604388690824

World Is My Lobster
Artist: Martin Gordon
Format: CD
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2007 album from the British songwriter, best known as bassist for early Sparks, Radio Stars, Jet and other related outfits. This Nobel Prize-winning, former stand-in for Charles Atlas and personal friend of James Bond once again lays it fearlessly on the line. He wrestles with 'la condition humane' in his accustomed manner, but will never really come to terms with it. Observe the cover, on which the Lobster of the title bravely struggles with the weight of the imploding and exploding world in the manner of the ancient mythological Greek lobster whose name currently escapes me. It is clear that this is no trite grappling with pop-cultural mores in the time-honored manner of R&B divas and boy bands. This, frankly, is one Lobster that would rather chew it's legs off than line-dance. It has, in a very real but figurative sense, come to redeem the world from it's sins; it is the Lobster of God risen from the deep to absolve the non-crustacean of their earthly burden. It's five minutes to midnight, says the Lobster, and you'd better listen up! Radiant.
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