Find Me On:
That photo is what it looks like when you’re so high that you get an alternate angle on the Nevermind cover
HEY! They’ve changed the picture and yet the caption…. still perfect!
“I could go to the Rolling Stone office and fucking shit on top of a boiled egg, right” a perfect caption for that picture
So they’re either naive, ignorant, brainwashed by Sony or all three. Never has the name Cults seemed so appropriate.
(I should add that as it happens I’ve been quite enjoying their new album)
So have you listened to The Dreaming yet?
You know if you haven’t heard The Dreaming you can just say. Nobody will think less of you. Well nobody will think less of you than they do right now.
So you’ve got to release your album in the way they say albums are released? Good to see they care about the music (For those who don’t know, Kevin is right about the name coming from a phone company it is now sponsored by Barclaycard so classy stuff all about the music)
The part that actually always annoys me most and rarely seems to get mentioned is the fact that it costs money to enter. The press surrounding it constantly refers to it in a way that insinuates that this is the awards committee’s/judge’s/whatever’s definitive list of what they think are the best 12 albums of the year when in actual fact it’s just their list of 12 albums from people who released albums in the way they dictated and then paid for the pleasure of consideration. Hell, come to think of it, the press attention around it makes most people think the artists and/or their labels/management/whatever don’t even have to put themselves up for it in the first place.
So if I know my political analysis, a mashup-coalition of the other five songs would be better than Get Lucky? I NEED to hear that
This was my reaction. So much so that two-thirds of the way through it I looked and discovered that, as far as I can tell, it is the second longest Pixies track.
Except, of course, it’s hard not to suspect who the cause of the legal problems might be….