Ginger Bloke - Sample of Style

Sample of Style

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ginger Bloke: Right, now, I've got some research here, that I did about you guys and it says here that your career is fucking up. Don't get me wrong, I understand you're still very popular and a lot of morons buy your albums, but all I'm saying is that your music is going steadily and gradually more shitty.
Flea: That's how I feel.
Ginger Bloke: Good, good Gollum! Good.
Flea: I feel that's what happening with us, I know that's what happening with us.

Ginger Bloke: (pointing at Chad) Is he alright? the giant? is he okay?
Antony swirls his finger near his temple
Ginger Bloke: Oh, right, I see, good. Anyway, back to what I was saying, let's take this out. Why do people continue to buy your crappy albums, I mean what's your secret?
Flea: It's magic. (Ginger Bloke smiles stupidly). I hate to say it. It's magic. sings It's magic, you know!
Chad stirs again, lifting up his head
Ginger Bloke: Ooh, BFG's awake again, you're right. Yeah, I don't like him, I preferred him when he was asleep. Kev, can you turn him off please, he's boring me.
Kev: OK. He was turned off.
Kev walks in and puts his hand near Chad's leg, we hear a whirring sound
Ginger Bloke: Yeah, thanks.

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