SOME GIRLS: The DNA Will Have It’s Say: CDEP

What is the most important information I should know about Some Girls?

Call your doctor if you experience difficulty sleeping; mood changes; nervousness; irritability; difficulty concentrating; indigestion; nausea; vomiting (especially material that looks like coffee grounds); diarrhea; black, tarry stools; slurred speech; headache; extreme drowsiness; yellowing of the skin or eyes; hallucinations or severe confusion; vivid dreams; or changes in behavior. These symptoms may be early indicators of an awe-inspiring musical listening experience and may require immediate medical treatment.

What is Some Girls?

Some Girls falls into an unclassifiable genre of music which straddles hardcore, grindcore, and other extreme forms. It affects chemicals in the brain and may result in happiness or cause anxiety, insomnia, and seizures. This particular dose features Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, lasts for just over six minutes, and is not unlike slamming face-first onto concrete with nothing to break the fall. It is used to treat boredom with other musical styles, frustration with a lack of experimentation and adventure, and general malaise about contemporary society. It is also an effective treatment for constipation.

Who should not listen to Some Girls?

No one. Some Girls is suitable for listening by everyone, including small children. To date, no birth defects have been reported as a result of listening to Some Girls during pregnancy.

How should I listen to Some Girls?

Frequently and at high volumes.

What happens if I overdose?

In the extremely unlikely event that you manage to listen to too much Some Girls, enjoy it. Very few people have managed that accomplishment.

(End notes: 1. All of the side effects listed above are possible side effects of meds I’ve been on in the last month. Go me. 2. Having actually fallen off of a fence from ten feet up and landed face-first on concrete, this is an accurate description of how fierce this record really is. 3. Totally true. My girlfriend’s kid likes it and she’s pushing four. She also likes to play scary songs on guitar. 4. This is one of the best records I’ve heard so far this year. It’s challenging and offers no easy answers or even easy questions.)  –scott (Three One G)