Thursday, April 17, 2008

White Horse


This looks like one of those mythical 1980s Bret Easton Ellis scripted coke parties on the upper west side.

Some “live fast, die young” parable about Stockbroker Teddy (played by Robert Downey Jr.) out of control in the clubs, bringing in a bunch of Manhattan hotts to tantalize an Arabian billionaire who just arrived in New York to “finance movies.”

Speaking of 80s drug culture, the greatest cult song of the 1980s, by far, was Laid Back’s White Horse. That genius was about fifteen years ahead of it’s time.

No Laid Back, no Fatboy Slim.

# posted by douchebag1

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