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I’m not claiming that you were implying otherwise, but someone’s got to say this:
(1) There is no inherent relationship between the simplicity/complexity of a song and its value.
(2) The song is overplayed, especially by beginning guitarists, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s awesome.
Gyöngyhajú lány—I couldn’t pronounce it to save my life, but damn do I love this song.
Uh oh—guys, I think Stereogum is running out of money. They couldn’t afford the usual 10 things and had to knock the list down to 9. :-(
Song for Zula
Wakin on a Pretty Day
The Desert Babbler
So Good At Being In Trouble
(*My* songs of the summer. I think only a couple of these have a chance of being *the* song of the summer.)
That kind of language seems more likely to alienate ordinary people and delegitimize your position in their eyes—which is cool and all when it comes to art, but counterproductive when it comes to social reform.
Seems pretty Yeezy to me.
It’s about time someone addressed the notorious pro-war-on-drugs faction of the Stereogum community.
Okay, I found an answer to my question: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3P0BKrOlBVM&feature=player_embedded
What’s with all these lyric videos lately? When/how/why did they become so prevalent?
My uncle said similar things…
…about his experiences in Vietnam.