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 0Posted on Sep 30th | re: Album Of The Week: Lydia Ainsworth Right From Real (9 comments)

Any saving grace for A New Testament? Or is it hopeless?

HAHAHA Pharrell, I love it

 +1Posted on Aug 27th | re: AC/DC Albums From Worst To Best (40 comments)

Ah, the good old days. Taking me back to freshman year of high school, when “the best bands ever are Led Zeppelin and AC/DC!” Led Zeppelin is still up there, but AC/DC….. That doesn’t mean I don’t love me some AC/DC once in a while still.

Powerage has some great tracks, don’t get me wrong. “Gone Shootin’” is one of their best, I think. But no way is it their best. It’s been said multiple times in the comments here, but come on. Highway to Hell has to be higher.

“Touch Too Much,” “Night Prowler,” “Girls Got Rhythm,” “Walk All Over You” are all pretty awesome. Also the bass in “Love Hungry Man” is sick.

 +4Posted on Aug 26th | re: Album Of The Week: Ty Segall Manipulator (49 comments)

2014 has been a good year for rock, much more so than 2012 or 2013 I think. Ty Segall, Spoon, and War on Drugs have all been excellent.

 +4Posted on Aug 21st | re: The 10 Best Arctic Monkeys Songs (67 comments)

I like “Mad Sounds” from their latest a lot.

 +3Posted on Aug 15th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (22 comments)

“Hey what’s up guys!” -Morrissey

 0Posted on Aug 1st | re: Watch First Aid Kit Cover Jack White's "Love Interruption" (1 comments)

Yeah this was really good.

 0Posted on Jul 30th | re: Real Estate - "Had To Hear" Video (5 comments)

It’s been hard to determine which Atlas track is my favorite. There’s “Crime,” “The Bend,” “Navigator,” “Primitive,” “Talking Backwards”… but I think I have to go with “Had to Hear.” So good.

 +7Posted on Jul 28th | re: Premature Evaluation: Spoon They Want My Soul (100 comments)

What’s better, “Inside Out” or “Do You”? I CAN’T DECIDE.

 +1Posted on Jul 28th | re: Premature Evaluation: Spoon They Want My Soul (100 comments)

Kind of unrelated, but just wanted to throw out there that “Don’t You Evah” was the song that got me into Spoon. It’s still one of my favorite songs ever, and it’s usually my go-to when I’m introducing someone to new music. His vocals overlapping, with that bass-line. Oh man.