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 +4Posted on Jan 29th | re: Steely Dan Albums From Worst To Best (78 comments)

Ah but Pretzel Logic should higher. It’s even number 1 for me, but I would settle for #2. But at number 4, I guess you guys will have to speak with my lawyers.

I will never forgive you for stopping before Lodger.

Red House Painters

1992 – Down Colorful Hill
1993 – Red House Painters (aka Rollercoaster)
1993 – Red House Painters (aka The Bridge)
1994 – Shock Me EP
1995 – Ocean Rain
1996 – Songs For A Blue Guitar

 +1Posted on Jan 26th | re: Ariel Pink - "Dayzed Inn Daydreams" Video (12 comments)

This is the most intense and beautiful thing possibly ever. And that’s an euphemism.

Absolutely. This is becoming one of my favorites team-ups of the year so far. That record is gonna be AWESOME.

 +1Posted on Jan 22nd | re: Premature Evaluation: Björk Vulnicura (125 comments)

Sometimes I do feel the same.

 -1Posted on Jan 22nd | re: Premature Evaluation: Björk Vulnicura (125 comments)

Blood on the Tracks hasn’t got one single drop of melancholy, man. It’s pure conjugal apocalypse.

 +7Posted on Jan 21st | re: Premature Evaluation: Björk Vulnicura (125 comments)

“There are countless breakup albums out there in the world, and even plenty of divorce albums. But off the top of my head, I can’t think of another record that addresses this kind of personal apocalypse so starkly and expressively.”

Blood on The Tracks.

 0Posted on Jan 19th | re: Bob Dylan - "Stay With Me" (2 comments)

Wow, stunning. I’m surprised with the pristine quality of his voice: no signs of The Wolf Man in here. Beautifully produced, band way on the background, full of space. Wow.