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The iTunes review was horrible.
Something is bothering me here. The iTunes review says something to the effect of "The Presidents just died out", which is simply untrue. He makes broad generalizations and presumes to know what the band was thinking, and that they had a limited shelf life. The band came out with their 4th or 5th album last year. Perhaps the reviewer was a little hasty? In any case, the Presidents are a great band, and Pure Frosting is a little something different for you fans. It has alternate versions of songs, and others that really should have been on proper albums (love delicatessen being the first to come to mind). I can't really put a finger on their style, because each song changes it up a little bit. Japan is another fun one. Video killed the Radio star is probably better than the 80's original. Finally, the live tracks are worth the purchase price alone. The Presidents are just as good live as in the studio, and these versions not only do as good as the originals, but one up them. In fact, the live version of Lump incorporates a line that Weird Al used in his parody, showing the immense humor of this great band.
Video killed the radio star
Aw i love this song so much when i was little and my mom turned on the radio i used to say the lyrics i thought they said Video Q the Radio Star Lawl i <3 this Cd
There is something bothering me about this song, it could just be me, but after the song is over, I experience a 6 minute silence, that is very annoying on playlists, and i do not know how to fix this myself or any other way to report it.
Formed: 1990 in Seattle, WA
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s