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 -3Posted on Oct 20th | re: Eric Church Is Our Greatest Working Rock Star (29 comments)

You won’t get downvoted for pushing against the bandwagon. you will get downvotes for posting the most indie-wank, elitist, whitebred bullshit post ever.

 0Posted on Oct 20th | re: Eric Church Is Our Greatest Working Rock Star (29 comments)

That sounded backhanded, but I assure you it was a very real compliment.

 -3Posted on Oct 17th | re: Eric Church Is Our Greatest Working Rock Star (29 comments)

Someone came in here and downvoted every post. Weird.

 0Posted on Oct 17th | re: Eric Church Is Our Greatest Working Rock Star (29 comments)

Ooh, also, this is a great essay. Takes me back to the old Status Ain’t Hood days. Classic Breihan sticking up for the gajillion-selling little guys.

 +2Posted on Oct 17th | re: Eric Church Is Our Greatest Working Rock Star (29 comments)

The Outsiders is just the fucking jam. One of my favorite albums of the year.

 0Posted on Oct 8th | re: Watch Weezer Break Out The Dual Guitar Solo On Kimmel (8 comments)

Hyden’s a great music critic. honestly one of the very best, but he is way off in nearly his entire assessment of Weezer. It was wild reading that, actually. Defended “We Are All On Drugs” and trashed the new album (also threw some relative shade on Pinkerton). Such a weird, wrong article.

 +2Posted on Oct 2nd | re: Watch The Both Bring The Hooks To Seth Meyers (5 comments)

I still think their album is, like, really really good.

Yeah, “Back To The Shack” is so dopey, but it’s almost kind of moving too. It’s like the rest of the album is the band backing up everything they say in that song. I think the thing that keeps surprising me is that the lyrics, even at their dumbest (probably “Da Vinci” or “Cleopatra”), aren’t bothering me in the same way they did with, say, “Everybody Get Dangerous” or fucking “Heart Songs.” Hell, even a relatively straight track like “Perfect Situation” bugged the shit out of me with that “What’s the deal with my brain? / Why am I so obviously insane?” line. I hated that. Nothing on the new one hurts my sensibilities quite as egregiously.

I didn’t know that. Hey, at least my ears work.

 +2Posted on Sep 30th | re: Premature Evaluation: Weezer Everything Will Be Alright In The End (110 comments)

Yes, you are literally the only other person I’ve seen rep for “The Angel And The One.” That was like a Mineral song or something. It actually kind of justifies a lot of the Red Album for me. The best post-Maladroit song, easily.