By Tim Smith
You know cranes, right? You probably walk/drive by one almost everyday. What I’m trying to say is they’re everywhere. Wherever theres some building going on (which is everywhere) you’ll find a crane.
You know cars, right? You probably walk/run past one every day. You might even drive one. What I’m trying to say is they’re everywhere. Wherever there’s some human beings going on, you’ll probably find something that resembles a car.
You know massively overblown music from the movie’s where it usually means that the Earth is gonna blow up or the hero is going to shoot some alien in the middle of his face (coming over here, taking our anti-hero jobs) or that bloke from High Fidelity is getting away while LA slides into the sea in the background and you are literally watching millions of people meet a fiery end but it’s okay ’cause that bloke from High Fidelity is getting away, right? what I’m trying to say is that sort of music is everywhere. Wherever there’s something that needs explaining to an audience, you’ll find overblown music.
Nissan know these things too.