Oh, jeez, what can I say without being offensive...
Ahm... Nope, can't say that.
Erm... Nah, better not say that!
Oh, fuck it, Trapped In The Body Of A White Girl, for all its novelty song value, still sucks harder than a V8 vacuum cleaner. No, really it does.
The music on it says 80s but not in a good way. Julie has a voice not unlike the character out of the Rocky Horror Picture Show who only gets the lead for one song just in case her voice annoys too many people.
VERDICT: THROW IT OUT, please!
OK, fate has it that the pointy stick landed on the second of my two strictly novelty albums, and the one I really don't ever, ever listen to. But I have to admit to a shocking liking for the odd novelty tune. Not in the realm of Who Let The Dogs Out? or any Chipmunk-flavoured fare, but I do have a soft spot for songs like Cows With Guns and Elvis is Everywhere.
So it's not such a stretch to find that I bought this CD (for about five dollars, as I recall), because of the delightful The Homecoming Queen's Got A Gun. But while it also has the equally hilarious I Like 'Em Big and Stupid, it sadly misses out on her other great song, 'Cause I'm a Blond. But while most of this album is strictly forgettable, the two songs I love mean it's staying with us, baby.
For those of you who are puzzling over where you might have seen her before - she's also an actress and appeared alongside Geena Davis in Earth Girls Are Easy. And to YourZ, who's no doubt shaking his head sadly over this aberration, all I have to say is: The Bloodhound Gang. (YourZ sez: yeah, yeah...)
VERDICT: TURN IT UP ...give me a moron with talented hands
For more information: http://www.juliebrown.com/