Saturday, September 05, 2009

Dear Paul Baribeau

I tried to listen to your first, self-titled album the other day on my way home from work, but I had to turn it off after a few songs. I didn't feel like breaking out into tears on the bus. You should really be more considerate of those in your listening audience who don't like experiencing emotions.

Perhaps you could tone down the references to events in your life that are eerily similar to the life experiences of certain audience members. And perhaps you could be a little less accurate in describing the thought processes and justifications of actions of those who relate to your songs. In short, it would be much appreciated if you didn't make your listeners want to laugh and cry and shout, sometimes all within the same song. Perhaps something a little more poppy-sounding with a little less substance?

Looking forward to hearing bland and uninspired music from you in the future,

Your fan

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