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That Funky Beat

Listening to Jamiroquai makes me want to break down and dance. Go to a club and start swinging. Or set up a funk / disco band and get other people dancing. Dammit. Such awesome grooves.


Love Foolosophy. Killer groove. Rawr.

Jay Kay is such a blur of creative frenzy. He makes vocalisation look like an instrument, so much so that even when he isn't singing, he looks like he's doing something.


Jason Kay. The one man I'd probably turn gay pay lots of money for.


Thanks to Denise "Oi woman" Palines for pointing me to this vid. Meanwhile, I will now listen to all the Jamiroquai songs. And dream of bringing disco back to life.

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  1. hahaha yeah. buhayin mong disco. :D makiki-sayaw na lang ako

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  2. "Listening to Jamiroquai makes me want to break down and dance. Go to a club and start swinging."

    I stopped reading after reading these sentences. I had bad thoughts of you really doing those while clobbering anyone standing your way. Damn dude. You and your effective descriptive writing. XD

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  3. @ abbey: hahahaha. dapat naka-bandana ka rin. a la kalayo back at 70s bistro.

    @ art: utak mo lang yun boi. hahahaha. pero thanks for the, uh, praise?

    To all: the word verification for my comment was STROMB. one letter short of STROMBO, that is, to anally penetrate. hahahaha.

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  4. damn right that's a praise! hahahahaha

    my word verification is: denarlor

    lol

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