December 17, 2013

My single is dropping

Here's the cover picture of the new single "What Is Winter Good For?" by the French rock band Sudden Death of Stars. The song is pretty good! You can buy it on vinyl here. By the way, that's me, c. December 25, 1964-67, about to fire a warning shot over your head if you take one step closer to my presents while Topper, my Cocker Spaniel, bites you on the calf.

(By the way, I'd appreciate it if anybody can narrow down the year for me. Here's a less tightly cropped version of the photo that displays even more of my loot. So, if you are an expert on mid-Sixties boys' toys, please give it a look.)

That reminds me that one thing winter is good for is giving me presents, such as money. 

I want to thank everybody who has contributed so far to my latest quarterly iSteve fundraiser. It's very encouraging to wake up to donations.

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Thanks.

To explain the title of my post "My single is dropping:"

23 comments:

Thursday said...

It doesn't have quite the festive atmosphere, but this is an excuse to link to my favourite French rock video. Lyrics straight out of Roissy.

Handle said...

The beginning sounds very similar to the riff from The OJ's 'Love Train'

Anonymous said...

Such a cute little boy! Your expression is such a typical 6- to 8-year-old boy look!

Anonymous said...

if we're now linking rock in French with iSteve/Manosphere themes, Quebec's Mes Aieux's "Degenerations" takes the cake, hands down.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKCRHhmHvjg

And it even has a unique prescriptive solution at the end. Well worth a watch.

Anonymous said...

That reminds me that one thing winter is good for is giving me presents, such as money.

LOL, Steve! OK, OK - will do :-)

Anonymous said...

Steve, bringing in the funk!

hi i'm pissed said...

What the hell. You got the rock n' roll thing going now and instead of coke and groupies we get pictures of wooden poles. I'm not angry just disappointed.

Anonymous said...

I reiterate my earlier suggestion: offer a medium of payment that allows for greater concealment--i.e. not "money for Steve Sailer" on the credit card bill. Sorry, but I think it will help.

Glossy said...

Anonymous at 6:44 PM, thanks. What a great song!

Steve Sailer said...

"The beginning sounds very similar to the riff from The OJ's 'Love Train'"

Yes, that shows good taste. (Then the riff goes off in a different direction.)

Steve Sailer said...

In the movie New Orleans keeps changing as he gets younger.

Reg C├Žsar said...

So now you're Sleeve Sailer? At iSleeve.com?

Anonymous said...

A passing resemblance to the kid on the RATM "Evil Empire" album. How prescient of them to make the young Steve Sailer the focal point of rage in their propaganda war. Who knew that one day Steve would grow up to be one of the most influential members of the white male power structure in the United States if not the world, all the while soliciting donations for his blog on a quarterly basis to feed his family.

Anonymous said...

Only at the iSteve reader comments would the O'Jays become "The OJ's." Just shows the collective millions of man-hours sunk into Kaplan marathon sessions interrupted only to consult USNWR rankings or JewOrNotJew still can't teach you everything about life.

Anonymous said...

If I buy the song do you get money?$?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Can't comment on the date, but for photo from ~50 years ago that's excellent color preservation. Must've been Kodachrome.

-Cloudswrest

Anonymous said...

Well, do you?

Steve Sailer said...

No, I'm joking about it being "my" single. The only thing "mine" about it is that I'm on the cover.

Anonymous said...

Steve, do these guys know who you are? Or do they just like the picture?

Kai Carver said...

more of the band's songs here: http://hypem.com/search/sudden+death+of+stars/

Anonymous said...

Why? Of all the human biodiversity writers on the Internet, why did they choose you? Why? (really: How do they know you? How did they find your photo?, etc.)

Anonymous said...

In one episode of NCIS Doctor Phlox from Star Trek:Enterprise was playing a blind photographer who had unwittingly photographed a murder.
The murderer was able to be caught when a diabetic entered the interrogation room and the blind photographer recognized the lavender aroma he got at the murder scene because a diabetic who had not taken his shot entered the room and the murderer was a diabetic who had not taken his shot on the night of the murder.

A very hit and miss program was deemed a hit in this case.

Also shows how dogs can be used in diagnosis.