Loved the Unfair Edits, and I really hope they do more of them.
I love the Unfair Edits too; you'd think that they'd be getting pretty old after being on every night for a week, but they still make me laugh out loud uncontrollably.
Was anyone else baffled by the performance of last night's band, The Darkness? To me, they seemed to be . . . well, not exactly good, but rather, y'know, the exact polar opposite of good. Their song started out well enough, but eventually it became obvious that the lead singer (who was clad in a chest-baring jumpsuit that might have come from David Lee Roth's yard sale) was going to be doing about half of the song in a falsetto voice - not a rock'n'roll falsetto voice, mind you (like, say, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant), but more like a comical falsetto voice (like, say, Saturday Night Live
's Mister Bill).
I'm not sure if this is a Spinal Tap-style mock band; or if it's a really bad band that got booked on The Late Show
by sheer luck; or if it's a really good band, and I'm too unhip to realize it. (With my luck, that last explanation is the correct one. Man, where is that AARP application?)ETA: OK, questions are answered in the post below; the answer being yes, they are real. Though if you ask me, that's "real" as in "real crappy." Why doesn't Perry Como make any records anymore? And where did those kids hide my dentures? Oh, forget it; I'm going back to bed.
Edited by Sideshow Al, Jan 11, 2004 @ 10:53 AM.