2Pac, Muse And Fleet Foxes On Vatican’s Play List


    Father Giulio Neroni, the artistic director of St. Paul’s Multimedia, the media arm of the Vatican is the most thug priest in the history of the game: he has compiled a list of Vatican-approved songs that “share the aim to reach the heart of good minded people,” which includes Tupac’s “Changes” and Fleet Foxes “He Doesn’t Know Why.” The list also includes some Muse, which is less awesome. There’s no official reason for each song’s inclusion (apart from that broad platitude up there), but I’m guessing Father Neroni sympathisizes with having to remain strapped as long as you remain black. [Pitchfork]