He’s the comedian-turned-revolutionary who is known for his over articulated, long-winded rants that often shut down his detractors.
However, an unlikely source seems to have finally put Russell Brand in his place: Damon Albarn’s Brit Pop band Blur.
As you may remember, the band’s 1994 hit ‘Parklife’ featured lines spoken by Phil Daniels including “Confidence is a preference for the habitual voyeur of what is known as,” followed by Albarn singing the track’s title.
But what has this got to do with Russell Brand, we hear you ask?
Well, thanks to a discovery by Twitter user Dan Barker, it turns out extracts from Brand’s new book ‘Revolution’ work perfectly with PARKLIFE being shouted out at the end.
Brand has since responded to the comment:
Unfortunately, the general response to Brand’s response looked like this:
But the mocking didn’t stop there, with Vines soon emerging.
And, perhaps our favourite, this Amazon review of his book.
Looks like the road to revolution isn’t an easy one…but in this case, it’s pretty funny.
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