Thursday, March 15, 2007

What's Little Johnny's Damage?

According to the Def Jux one sheet for El-P's long-awaited I'll Sleep When You're Dead:
This record is an urgent document, a collective representation of a critical individual crossing their personal Rubicon, assessing the dismal reality inherent, and deciding to forge on despite the cost. With appearances by Trent Reznor, The Mars Volta, Cat Power, Aesop Rock, Cage, Matt Sweeney, Tame One, James McNew of Yo La Tengo and others, this is an album poised to extend a genre into a new realm of artistic expression.
Yeah. Most one sheets lay the hyperbolic hooey on plenty thick. But if your last job interview tanked over your sketchy "assessing the dismal reality inherent" skills, at least you've got somewhere to turn!
Better you should spend a little time listening online and judge for yourself. Just be sure you've got Flash Player 8 installed and JavaScript up and running:

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