Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Word for the week: Curry


The Muslim world celebrates Eid Ul-Fitr, otherwise known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri. It's essentially the end of the fasting month. And while everyone acknowledges it as a time for annual family get togethers and filial reconciliation, they all know that the true heart and soul of cultural festivities lies in one thing alone: the food. You go ahead and cosy up to those cultural dances and costumes; just bring me the curry.

Dan The Automator - Fists of Curry (from Bombay the Hard Way: Guns, Cars and Sitars)
Nakamura revisits the soundtracks to India's 1970s crime flicks, and electropops a slice from that era that Bollywood would gleefully adopt today.

Dr Bombay - Rice and Curry (from Rice and Curry)
Jonny Jakobsen's eurodance classic irritates to no end, but promises to reemerge in your dreams amidst those beachside romps with Mallika Sherawat.

Green Curry - ขอให้เหมือนเดิม (unknown album)
According to this site, the above means something along the lines of 'Ask Again'. I feel insanely informed now.

Tim Curry - I'm Going Home (from The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack)
Even without the visual context, Curry's overblown histrionics here are sufficient to paint a picture of a cross-dressing Dr. Frank-N-Furter delivering a graceful ode to trannies worldwide.

Panda Head Curry - Kongsi Raya (from One Thousand Homo Humpbacks)
The way these cock-rocking Malaysian punkers moan over multiculturalism, you'd have thought it was a bane of humanity. No way! Check out the curry.

1 comment:

curry lover said...

your curry looks like a lump of shit.

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