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 -2Posted on Apr 10th | re: Smash Turns 20 (27 comments)

 +1Posted on Apr 10th | re: The Week In Pop: What Is Ed Sheeran Thinking? (22 comments)

^Sorry for mostly repeating myself…the page wasn’t reloading with the post.

Admin: can you please delete the above?

Ed Sheeran: Wayne Coyne wants to discuss a collaboration.

 +4Posted on Apr 10th | re: The Week In Pop: What Is Ed Sheeran Thinking? (22 comments)

I think this is my chance to express my point of view on Pharrell’s biggest hits of the past 5 years without getting impaled with an MTVu Woodie: overrated crapola.

We all know that “Get Lucky” captured the hearts and awkward half-dance moves of the white baby-boomer crowd, their boring pedestrian kids, and the blogosphere that got duped by the romance of the bullshit “return(?) to instruments and sincerity in throw-away dance songs!” theme, but I’m confident the majority of its listeners will truly not give a shit when it comes on at that wedding they want to leave in a year. Pharrell has become some sort of youth demo validation for industry wanks like the Oscars and Grammys, and he puts out gimmicky marketing turds like the 24 hour dance commercial for a song like “Happy”, which is probably the worst yikes on the radio at the moment.

The dude is super talented but let’s be real about the recent output already.

 +2Posted on Apr 10th | re: The Week In Pop: What Is Ed Sheeran Thinking? (22 comments)

I think this is my chance to express point of view on Pharrell’s biggest hits of the past 5 years: overrated crapola.

We all know that “Get Lucky” captured the hearts and awkward half-dance moves of the white baby-boomer crowd, their boring pedestrian kids, and the blogosphere that got duped by the romance of the bullshit “return(?) to instruments and sincerity in throw-away dance songs!” theme, but I’m confident the majority of its listeners will truly not give a shit when it comes on at that wedding they want to leave in a year. Pharrell has become some sort of youth demo validation for industry wanks like the Oscars and Grammys, and he puts out gimmicky marketing turds like the 24 hour dance commercial for a song like “Happy”, which is probably the worst yikes on the radio at the momet.

The dude is super talented but let’s be real about the recent output already.

I can’t believe Wayne and Miley are dating now, so unpredictable years ago. Now, it’s not even that surprising. I can’t help but think it’s weird but it’s not my place to judge.

 +1Posted on Sep 6th, 2013 | re: Death Grips - "Birds" (48 comments)

It’s pretty obvious that it was a joke.

 -2Posted on Aug 12th, 2013 | re: Arctic Monkeys - "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" Video (7 comments)

I’ve tried to be as open minded as possible for Arctic Monkeys; I’m always checking out their new output and go into each experience ready to be turned on.

But it doesn’t happen. I’m sorry but I don’t understand how people feel this song isn’t boring unless they’re just big enough fans of AM where AM is infallible to them or something.

This song, like many others of theirs, lacks any unique hooks or novel qualities that separate it from say, a generic tune churned out by a soundalike publishing house that makes songs for car commercials or something. The band’s lyrics are frequently contrived and many times, lame efforts at being associated with something cool or edgy. Oh, it’s about drugs?? How interesting…

 0Posted on Jul 17th, 2013 | re: Backtrack: WU LYF Go Tell Fire To The Mountain (28 comments)

the biggest thing this band had going for them was their “trick” marketing and management. the music was nothing special and was made even less interesting by how much they loved themselves. shit art cloaked in mystique…more and more kids falling for the “non-promo” promo sham these days.

who the what what?

I say it all the time in NY when I’m referring to Nick at Nite’s early 2000s programming shift from 1950s-1970s sitcoms to 1980s and later…I want my Donna Reed!