Dec 072012

Oh, my goodness gracious…

We here in the Halls of Rock Town are sometimes taken to task for being overly negative, snarky, hyper-critical, and all too often, just downright rude. As part of our collective efforts to bring a bit of sunshine and light to the world wide web, we occasionally make an extra effort effort to find something good to say about, you know, stuff that is clearly godawful.

It is in that spirit that we embark on yet another effort to bring some positivity to our proceedings. Please spend some quality time with the video above, then—if you can—please find something nice to say about it. You’ll feel a whole lot better, I promise you.

I look forward to your comments. Just remember, if you can’t say anything nice about this video… please don’t say anything at all.


  12 Responses to “If You Can’t Say Anything Nice About…Yoko Ono”

  1. hrrundivbakshi

    I actually think that’s fucking BRILLIANT. And, no, I’m not kidding. Twinkle, twinkle… blaaaah, blaaah, blaaaahhhhh… E! T! C!

  2. Nothing but love for Yoko. Probably the most unfairly maligned artist, in any medium, of the 20th century. And I’d rather hear her do this song than Katy Perry, though I’d rather Katy Perry did the cover photo of Two Virgins.

  3. This is a more sensual rendition of the song.

  4. I’m sorry, I’ll go to my grave thinking Yoko is (1) a naked empress and (2) the luckiest person of the 20th (or any other) century.

  5. I hear no difference between this or the original I think Yoko captured it perfectly. And I particularly enjoy the woman with her hand over her mouth at about the 27 second mark.

  6. It was nice that no one in the audience asked security to have her removed.

  7. BigSteve

    I dig Yoko. I particularly like the Look she’s developed recently. Do you realize she’ll be turning 80 in a couple of months? In other words, she’s almost as old as Little Richard.

  8. I’m glad she limits the number of performances she does so as not to over saturate her fans.

    I agree with Steve. She looks great and has cool fashion sense. NIce that she’s using Katy for her musical inspiration as well as her cleavage baring inspiration.

    Musically, Slim summed it up. Goodness Gracious!

  9. Bronzed Nordic God

    I think there is a honey badger quality to this performance. Yoko don’t care what you think. Yoko don’t give a s**t.

  10. When did she steal Andy Kaufman’s act?

  11. Although I think it’s preposterous to take Yoko serious as an “artist” I still prefer her version to Katy Perry’s.

  12. jeangray

    Making fun of Yoko is sooooo 20th century.

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