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 0Posted on Aug 27th | re: AC/DC Albums From Worst To Best (38 comments)

What’s with the live albums?

 0Posted on Aug 15th | re: Hell On Earth Discovered In Times Square Guitar Center (58 comments)

Dammit, why can’t I upvote this more than once?

 0Posted on Jul 21st | re: Portrait Of An American Family Turns 20 (32 comments)

Via eskimo brothers

 0Posted on Jul 10th | re: Judas Priest Albums From Worst To Best (30 comments)

Oh, to be in your shoes right now…

 0Posted on Jun 18th | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2014 So Far (253 comments)

So, I’ve heard the stuff about Eric Church being the anti-country music country singer or country music for people who like springsteen or whatever, but if I picked up the album and liked it I wouldn’t go around telling everybody that it was one of the best country albums of the year or anything like that. Because I don’t listen to country music, so I have no frame of reference. That’s why I take offense to your addition of it to this list. Stereogum doesn’t cover mainstream country music. So you can’t just pick one country music album out of the blue and proclaim it to be the 11th best album of the first half of the year. There is no basis of comparison, so it’s addition doesn’t make any sense.

Sorry, just sayin’

 +2Posted on Apr 30th | re: The Black Market: The Month In Metal - April 2014 (40 comments)

First of all, Depressive Melodeath is a pretty great name for a music subgenre.
And Black Heart Rebellion rocks.

 +1Posted on Apr 23rd | re: Boston Calling September 2014 Lineup (11 comments)

The Mats are finally on the East coast! If I don’t get tickets for this, I will cry so deeply.

 -6Posted on Apr 15th | re: The 10 Best Galaxie 500 Songs (36 comments)

No, that’s not quite right. Blue Thunder is a stone cold classic. Smells Like Teen Spirit was the lowest common denominator song in Nirvana’s catalog. As James pointed out in his write-up, it was always a blantant Pixies homage and wasn’t the definitive Nirvana song. It was just their biggest hit. It was also the song that turned them into the AC/DC of my high school and drove me farther down the ratholes of alternative music when I was a teenager. If I could thank Kurt Cobain for anything today, it would be for that.

 +1Posted on Apr 15th | re: The 10 Best Galaxie 500 Songs (36 comments)

I’m not usually one to argue with leaving off “obvious” choices, because I think that these lists should be subjective to the authors personal whims; however, Blue Thunder is one of the greatest college rock songs of that era and I assumed that was widely known. So leaving it off of the top ten list of a band that only recorded 3 albums seems wrong in all kinds of ways.

 +4Posted on Mar 31st | re: The Black Market: The Month In Metal – March 2014 (34 comments)

I absolutely love these types of reference sites. It reminds me of the 90′s when I would seek out books for similar experiences.