That last post reads like Tonto, Tarzan and Frankenstein.
Yeah, Meth’s not greatest rapper, but man, when he raps you can just tell that the guy’s a star.
Talk about a punchable face.
Redemption At The Puritan’s Hands is a beast as well. Hell, these guys have been damn solid for nearly their whole run.
Um, that’s not how these work.
I actually think Nine Types Of Light is their best album. The more reserved approach of that album suited the band perfectly, especially since I think their rockers are hot garbage (Dear Science is a great sounding record, but “Dancing Choose” is just a dreadful song). Anyways…I guess I’m saying I like minor TVOTR and find the big albums somewhat unsatisfying.
Whoa, you’ve got Nursery Cryme ridiculously low. The top three’s right, but I’d slot NC in at 4 just ahead of A Trick Of The Tail.
Cool interview. Change is my favorite album of the 2000s. It feels like one of the last great, truly smart indie records. It just amazes me for both its musicianship and lyrics.
Uncanney Valley is no Change, but I still throw it on with regularity. I think it got a bad rap on first go, but it’s still a pretty dorky record.
“Shake It Off” really does sound like a song the Plan could have written.
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.
That sounded backhanded, but I assure you it was a very real compliment.