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25 April 2006 14:43

It's that time of month when I make my way to the nearby supermart to grab me some groceries. Unlike the usual grocery shopping trip, I got me a new tube of toothpaste! Excitation! The last time I bought one was like 10 months ago. And that was just the small tube! Imagine if I were to get the big-assed tube. It'll probably last me for years that the anticipation to buy the next tube of toothpaste would be... immense! The smell, the texture, the foam from a fresh tube of toothpaste as it does away the plaque on the teeth! Ooh! How me sexy! Don't forget to brush your tongue too.


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Googoo Over Gubra

10 April 2006 14:02

I watched Gubra over the weekend. Twice. Like that scrumptious looking kaya and butter spread toast in the opening credits, it was that good that I had to have seconds. In fact, I would rather some of those over-bigoted religious nutballs watch it a couple of times themselves. Over the years, we have polarized and conditioned ourselves with so many preconceived (and ill-conceived) ideologies and prejudices that we can't even tolerate, let alone accept things around us as they are, even though they're of God's creations. The movie actually touches, pokes and even provokes viewers on different levels but ultimately, Gubra is about people, about love and most importantly, about acceptance. Yasmin manages to weave all of it so seamlessly and beautifully in this movie. I won't spoil nor bore anyone with details or plot of the movie here.Experience it at your nearest cinema. Twice, at least.

Small trivia: If anyone remembers Yasmin's earlier filmRabun, it had a scene that got butchered in the infinite wisdom of the censors at the LPF. Yasmin sure has her own way of getting back at them by using that very scene as a TV scene in Gubra and pass the censors without any cuts. Talk about redemption!


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Smack My Parap-Parap

3 April 2006 11:30

The original vocal track (Tak Mengapa by A. Rahman Hassan) is a sad song sung with a happy 60s pop yeh-yeh sound (I think it's hard to sound sad when you're singing pop yeh yeh). The backing track (Smack My Bitch Up by The Prodigy) has that hint of angst and aggression in it. Together they give new meaning in "song for a jilted generation".

A thunderstorm brewed as I was mixing this track. Don't say I didn't warn you.


Download: A. Rahman Hassan Vs. The Prodigy - Smack My Parap-Parap


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