The death of the music industry

Even though Joe Pesci’s 1998 album “Vincent LaGuardia Gambini Sings Just for You” was a tongue-in-cheek effort, who’s the genius who decided that this would be a sound way to capitalize on his role in “My Cousin Vinny”? Did anyone buy this? [Warning: not safe for work, due to Pesci’s potty mouth.]

The rap (really):

That wasn’t Pesci’s only attempt at music. Dig this Beatles cover:

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One response to “The death of the music industry

  1. I remember working music retail when this album came out… and I remember the sickening feeling of being pushed to do actual promotion for this album. To actually try to sell this to those who have no souls.

    And what’s worse? This song samples Blondie… It’s just… wrong… Dirty, dirty, dirty!

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