Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin has wanted a successful music career for decades. The Gentle Reader can find his music videos lurking on YouTube and see why success has eluded him. On page 354 of Citizen K: The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin, Mark Singer quotes Brett Kimberlin as saying:

My lyrics are very potent, and they’ll touch a lot of people. I see myself as being in the Phil Collins mold more than, say, in the Michael Jackson mold. I can’t be fake that way. I have to be real.

Certainly, Kimberlin does not rise to Michael Jackson’s stature …

14 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. I encourage readers to look at http://www.youtube.com/user/JTMPAdmin/videos and search for Op-Critical, Brett’s band. It’s an interesting insight into the way he thinks. Notice most of them have hardly any views except for “Twilight Angel.” I don’t joke when I say I’m bothered by that man inserting himself into a scene popular with teenaged (and younger) girls.

    You may notice some of those videos have a “Creative Commons CC BY license attached to them, which basically means you can re-distribute them yourself for non-commercial use if you attach proper attribution. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ for more info.


    • Please notice that on videos with the CC BY license, you can re-distribute changed versions of the video as long as you indicate if changes were made. This permits Kimberlin Unmasked style parodies, for instance.


      • Because the parent comment ended up in the moderation queue, probably because it has 2 links in it. You’ll see it tomorrow morning.


      • To paraphrase the blob:

        “It’s all absolute horseshit. It’s all absolute horseshit. And I and my family have been put through pain and suffering because Brett Kimberlin has a grudge. Because somebody, in my opinion, is paying Brett Kimberlin to file these charges against me, in the hopes that I will either break or die. …”


    • It was wise of you to check his videos for the purpose of researching Brett Kimberlin’s background. I hope others here will do so too. I have another comment waiting in moderation because it has a couple of links in it, but the gist of it is to look at the youtube account of user JTMPAdmin and search for “Op-Critical.”


  2. “My lyrics are very potent, and they’ll touch a lot of people.” given the state of his album sales, I would say “impotent” is the better word. 🙂

    And thankfully judging by said album sales, only a minimum of touching.

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