October 19, 2006

We Are Just So Lucky.

Kylie Minogue is teaming up with her old production team of Stock, Aiken and Waterman for her next album. Stock, Aiken and Waterman were behind her early hits like “I Should Be So Lucky”, “Especially For You” and the remake of “The Locomotion”. Other tracks they produced include Rick Astley’s first album, including “Together Forever”, “That’s What Love Can Do” by Boy Krazy and Donna Summer’s “This Time I Know It’s For Real”.

“Kylie will never move away from her pop roots but her new tunes will be edgy and a bit dirtier, she is kind of updating pop so that her songs are catchy but not cheesy.”

Now’s that the kind of thing we cheesy DJs like to hear. That we’re obsolete.

Let The Sunshine In.

So my weekend roadtrip is not that far off and I still haven’t decided where I’m going to drive. I think I’m just going to search for sun. This weekend is suppose to be rather rainy up in these parts and I’m not really in the mood to watch it rain while Earl is hanging out in Tampa with his brother, so I think I’m going to find myself some sun. So I’m going to pack some clothes, grab the weather radio and drive in the direction of blue sky, with the intent on being back home Sunday evening so I can ready myself for work and be ready to tackle next week’s on-call head on without stress.

I think it’s going to be interesting and I’m looking forward to the adventure.

I will have my digital camera and PowerBook in tow, so I’ll be posting photos and blogging from the road. I think that’s my favorite aspect of blogging, letting others know that there’s a big, wide, wonderful world out there for everyone to enjoy.