64 Virginia Wings: Forward Constant Motion

Yes! Yes! Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees! Yesssssss!



As you might have noticed when I wrote that painfully elaborate sermon regarding Zeal and Ardor- though it was such garbled agitprop nonsense you’d be forgiven for assuming it had no aim at all- forward and constant motion




is kinda my ‘thing’, in the same way that some pea aphids’ ‘thing’ is to kill itself by explosion after being bit by a predator as to protect the other pea aphids in its nest and perhaps scare of the predator. That’s me, that is


Progress in this way is by no means beneficial and pleasant to everyone, as someone biting off the penis that’s been painfully thrust down their throat for thousands of years is going to leave another person without a penis and a decidedly less enjoyable afternoon



That son’s not on YouTube! That’s… annoying…             


Virgy-Wigs’ debut has a sound that lives up to its moniker, sounding delightfully unlike anything else, an absolutely charming mongrel that was left to die in a bin after electroclash raped dreampop but still managed to pull its life together despite such a traumatic childhood understandingly leading to severe mental problems



One of my favourite ever songs


Adventures in sonics always gets you

7 Prince Points


I can never remember how exactly I phrased the award of Prince Points for sonic brilliance, so each time I award it I have to search back through the list for something to copy and paste. Honestly, it takes fucking ages


constant motion.jpg


Funny to think that Virginia Wings was a real rival to Kentucky Fried Chicken in the early 1900s


Honestly, it’s much better than I’m making it sound…


Metacritic: +84

Length: 42 minutes +4

Best Lyric: ‘You don’t have to/Emerge from nothing’ God, I love that song +2

Number of AMAZING songs: 1 (+10)

Is the last song just the first track but played on Ukulele? No -1

Total 174


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