Thursday, April 2, 2009


Phil Spector to Produce Chris Brown Album

Apr 01, 2009
Phil Spector announced plans to head to the studio to record an album with Chris Brown, citing the singer's "complete and total disregard for both women and human decency" as inspiration for the team-up.

From the steps of the Los Angeles courthouse where his trial on first degree murder charges stemming from the execution-style death of actress Lana Clark, Spector told assembled reporters that he hoped to be in the studio with Brown in the near future. That is, of course, pending the outcome of the arraignment Monday (April 6) in New York over allegations that Brown beat the ever-living shit out of his girlfriend, pop singer Rihanna earlier this year.

"I'd like to bring the wall of sound into the new millennium, and (Brown is) the man to do it," Spector said. "He's exactly the sort of unstable misogynist To think, I've finally found someone more reptillian than Yoko Ono to produce!"

Although the team-up is heralded by many insiders as a potential Platinum-certified success, it's been decried by victims' advocate groups, feminists and Gary Glitter.

"What do I have to do to get him in the studio with me?" Glitter said. "Domestic battery? Come on, Phil! I've been convicted for possession of child pornography and for having sex with 10- and 11-year-old girls, for Christ's sake."

1 comment:

Joe said...

haha gary glitter