Moby is a singer. Oh, did you think we meant the whale? That's funny.

by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

While the hot dogs are being eaten and the patriotic cocktails consumed, you're probably going to want some tunes to groove to at your Fourth of July cookout.

Some musicians and bands out there are proudly shouting "Hey, we got your back!" Or, more appropriately, they've got your entertainment. 

Over 75 songs exist which contain the word "firework" or "fireworks" in the lyrics, though not many of them are actually about fireworks. Or the Fourth of July. 

Meh. Semantics, right?

We took the liberty of making you a Fourth of July playlist, featuring 11 songs titled "Fireworks." From Indie Rock to R&B, get ready to jam out before the skies light up with pyrotechnics:

Katy Perry - Firework (Official Video)
Katy Perry's "Firework" first appeared on her album Teenage Dreams.

by Free Britney at . Comments

What a dick.

Techno music singer Moby has lashed out at Tom Cruise and his baby's mama, Katie Holmes, for putting their five-month-old daughter on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, insisting they are using their baby as a publicity prop.

Carrying Suri Cruise

The family posed for a much-hyped 22-page spread in the October issue of the glossy publication, which was shot by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz under top-secret conditions. So secret that Suri Cruise had no idea what the hell was going on. Then again, she's five months old and wears a toupee. But no matter.

Here's what Moby had to say about Suri on his blog:

"Are you kidding me? Putting your child on the cover of Vanity Fair? Are they out of their minds? Using a child as a PR prop? Argh. In the grand scheme of things fame pales in comparison to family and child-rearing."

"I don't know Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, but I really cannot for a second fathom the mindset of parents who would sell pictures of their children and use their children to get better press coverage. I'm sorry, I try not to be too judgmental, but it's gross."

Well said, Moby. Well said. You may be a 40-year-old, hairless techno star (let's just let that sink in for a moment), and it may be your jealousy of Suri's hair talking... but you really hit the nail on the (bald) head with this one.

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