367 Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life

Stevie Wonder brings his classic period to a triumphant close with his eighteenth studio album.

Disenfranchised with the United States Government for being a flaming pile of crap, Stevie found himself wanting to emigrate to Ghana, work with handicap children, and to quit music all together.

A 37 million dollar, seven album deal with Mo-Town brought about a change of heart and with the full creative control written into that contract, Stevie was allowed to release his masterpiece double album (plus an additional 45).

Lets talk Stevie Wonder, Songs in the Key of Life!


One response to “367 Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life”

  1. Fred

    You mean “disenchanted” not “disenfranchised”. You would be disenfranchised by the government, not with the government. Anyway, here is my review:

    Might as well try to rate the development of the polio vaccine or the first moon landing. This isn’t an album. This is one of the greatest achievements of mankind.

    After the Roman Empire fell, within a generation or two the natives in areas that Rome had conquered but then withdrawn from had forgotten who built all these roads and walls and aqueducts surrounding them that they couldn’t understand the purpose of, much less how people made them. It was like they were living in the ruins of an advanced alien civilization that they could tell was light years beyond them, but couldn’t really understand how much so, because they didn’t even know what they were looking at. That is all other musicians listening to Songs in the Key of Life.

    I want every single asshole who puts out their bullshit that they call music to sit down and listen to this album and then justify what the fuck they’re doing wasting everyone’s time when this album exists. Why are you drawing crude stick figures when you could just point up at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? Fuck all music that isn’t this.

    Stevie Wonder is too good for this world. We should all be embarrassed that we pull the shit we do when Stevie made this album for us to listen to whenever we want. We would all be better people if everyday we tried to live our lives in such a way that we felt like we deserved to share this world with Songs in the Key of Life.

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