The things a raccoon disguised as a toucan’ll surprise Bombalurina by making her for a drink, vol. HIGH FRUCTOSE ROBITUSSIN

– À la “Yesterday”, alternate reality where Bombalurina doesn’t exist except as the hyperstitious composer of a six-part musique concrète tone poem series a student is writing to earn her masters in electroacoustic composition at McGill titled “I have”, “to…

The things a raccoon disguised as a toucan'll surprise Bombalurina by making her for a drink, vol. HIGH FRUCTOSE ROBITUSSIN

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– À la “Yesterday”, alternate reality where Bombalurina doesn’t exist except as the hyperstitious composer of a six-part musique concrète tone poem series a student is writing to earn her masters in electroacoustic composition at McGill titled “I have”, “to release”, “six more”, “albums to”, “earn back”, and “my masters.”, in which the fictional Bombie obliquely narrates to Brian Eno, Drake in a Ziggy Stardust costume, and some scorpions from Mercury at a cafe in Berlin her plan to sidestep her dispute with Big Machine by signing a contract stipulating the turnover of ownership of her masters album by album as a one-to-one trade and then releasing six musique concrète albums at Christmas bearing those titles with Bruce Willis on each cover imitating the respective poses of her first six albums and consisting of only two songs of exactly 22 and 23 minutes length, one per side, respectively titled after the words in the title of each album, telling a story spanning over the whole series of albums about an alternate reality in which Bombie pursued the life of a scholar instead of a superstar and is nervously journaling about having to defend her master’s thesis in theatre at SUNY Buffalo the next day: a version of “The Tempest” she’s written to be performed on skates called “Welcome to Toronto: We’ve Been Expecting You”, which re-imagines Prospero as Elsa shipwrecking Santa’s sleigh with a storm after the ice age brought on by climate change has left all of North America frozen under ice except Toronto Island. The whole six album epic turns out to be packed with easter eggs alluding to the existence of an exclusive bonus seventh record made entirely of loops from “Die Hard” and “Look What You Made Me Do” titled “Merry Christmas, My Friend!” featuring Willis dressed as the Jim Carrey Grinch doing that Johnny Cash middle finger pose on the front cover and dressed like a Mike Myers cheshire Cat in the Hat posing like Arlo Guthrie from the cover of Alice’s Restaurant with green eggs and ham on his plate on the back, of which she had a single copy pressed in gold and gifted to Scott Borchetta…

– Maybe have it all just turn out to be the DXM, ketamine and nitrous oxide trip that made Philip K. Dick swear off drugs, Bokononism, coin throwing and his copy of “Station To Station” for good all in one fell swoop??

– “Golden years, my ass!”

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