Free Double-Single for Valentine's

Computer Perfection is seeking to warm your hearts this St. Valentine's Day with a pair of our favorite love songs: "This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)" by The Talking Heads & "In The Land of Make Believe" by Burt Bacharach & Hal David.

To maximize the love rays, we've enlisted a group we've dubbed The Camelot Six: Carey Gustafson (
Outrageous Cherry, Serenity Court), Emily Gustafson (Serenity Court), Adam Pierce (Mother Whale, The Meadowlarks), Dave Lawson (The Pop Project, The Sights), Scott Masson (office, The Juliets), Dan Demaggio (Data Demaggio, Coyote Clean Up) & Angela Duncan ( The lot of us stripped down & just let those good vibes flow!

Listen & love, cos it's all you need. Plus it's free, here:

Stop the rage and consider this.

Michael Keaton circa Mr. Mom / Beetlejuice and Bret Michaels circa now.  Time traveling alien?  You be the judge.

Also, make your own Ragetoon here:

A response, of sorts.

Oy, Jesus Chainsaw Massacre. These guys! I’m sure these nit-wits have their hallowed ideas as to what “rock & roll” is & should be & far be it for me to disabuse anyone of his or her adolescent wet dreams, but I can pretty confidently tell you what “rock & roll” is not. It is NOT throwing on a pair of aviator sunglasses you picked up from CVS on your way to the show, an ill-fitting, second-hand blazer (ironic, perhaps?) & then mildly swaggering about onstage as though you were Rick Moranis trying to fit in on Soul Train. “Rock & roll” isn’t about being utterly devoid of any miniscule crumb of fashion sense. This is something I’m fairly certain of, though I may wrong; “rock & roll” may be about looking like a middle-school-er dressed as a tampon for Halloween. In all honesty, I don’t know & don’t care.