Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

Hey, Little Girl: Where You Going?

Heaven is full of Girl Groups, black and white and English and from Detroit, which is a city in Michigan that used to make America. God is their manager, and He steals all the money, and marries the prettiest one. Their dresses all match and the harmonies are close as racecars on the final turn, and one of their names is spelled wrong on the album cover.

Heaven is full of Girl Groups.


  1. A guy named John Kerfoot has a page called:
    He addresses many Michigan related topics via parody of the official Michigan tourism slogan/commercials “Pure Michigan.”

    Detroits reply:

  2. The best documentary I’ve seen in a number of years –

    “Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. In his compelling new film TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM, award-winning director Morgan Neville shines a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the (last 50 years.) Triumphant and heartbreaking in equal measure, the film is both a tribute to the unsung voices who brought shape and style to popular music and a reflection on the conflicts, sacrifices and rewards of a career spent harmonizing with others. . . Along with rare archival footage and a peerless soundtrack, TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM boasts intimate interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Mick Jagger and Sting to name just a few. However, these world-famous figures take a backseat to the diverse array of backup singers whose lives and stories take center stage in the film.

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