Wednesday, July 26, 2006

British MPs reveal favourite albums in today's Guardian which they're outed as a pretty righteous crop of politicos. Despite attempts like that sorry list of top conservative rock songs, true rock does not observe party lines. I couldn't help noticing, though, that the sickos who namechecked Tarkus and Atom Heart Mother were on the Labour side of the fence. Comrades in prog, unite.

I doubt a survey of Canadian MPs would produce such an interesting list, although I'm sure the Bloc MPs would do themselves proud.

1 comment:

FredCQ said...

Atom Heart Mother...Now there's an album you can listen to over and over! I don't think even Pink Floyd can stomach some of their older material.

I actually like Tarkus, lol. It's one of the few ELP albums that I can still stomach. I used to be a huge fan of theirs in my teenage years, but now I can hardly listen to any of their stuff without tasting bile.