I’ve come to believe that this record is a sexual talisman of sorts — it’s like Barry White for young rockers! Why, exactly, has it survived as make out music down through the ages? That’s what I hope to figure out, through a track-by-track analysis. (I’ve got that part covered).
Here’s where you come in. Feel free to post any comments or anecdotes about the record and why it’s so damn sexy. If you feel like it, you can fill me in on any amorous activities that may have transpired while listening to it!
If you want to be in the paper, please leave your first and last names, as well as your age. if you prefer anonymity, that’s fine too.
Get it on.