Like some of you, I occasionally drop a message to email@example.com. “Great song” or “Thanks for playing ________” or whatever comes to mind. I have done this from my phone most often, I confess.
This morning, I had this request:
Something I have been meaning to ask for a long time and I know some FAQ out there probably already has stated this 1000 times: What’s that music you play behind the concert calendar? It’s so terrible and hilarious all at once. Sorry if you don’t mean for it to be funny or your mom wrote it or something, but I just find it awful. … It makes me think of “The Price is Right” and I have no idea why.”
And his totally unexpected reply:
“Stewart Copeland wrote it, of the police under the name Klark Kent. It was also the theme to MTV’s The Cutting Edge. 99% of the hundreds who asked about it, seem to love it. Glad someone hates it.”
I LOVE Stewart Copeland! So it makes it that much more enjoyable to hate it.