November 18th is by far the best.
9.You Talk Way to Much
6. The Modern Age
4. The End Has No End
2. Trying Your Luck
1. Take It or Leave It
At least a n***a n***a-rich
Sex Pistols albums from worst to best.
And after that fail ^ I shall retire.
That was so last week.
I don’t know what all the fuss is about. This album is so 2002.
I wish Stereogum would have made an article about me when I turned 10.
I only went to work on Monday to make money.
How about a Pitchfork Festival Top 10 performed songs.
Pink Matter “Cotton candy Majin buu. Dim the lights and fall into you.” Enough said.
I actually was waiting for a Meg White blow up doll to be available for purchase…. Never got it.
It’s hard to make a song as long as this that can keep you entertained throughout its entirety. But every second of this song is as great as the previous one. Well done.
The Bear has awaken. Hibernation is over.
We trippy mane.
What about the White Stripes? Oh wait? You mean to tell me Johnny Depp isn’t Jack White?
It’s a little ironic I made it onto the Best/ Worst list this week after my short comment last week. I made in the most unusual way. In the form of a letter from Michael. Although it was not my comment I will gladly award myself on my accomplishment while Michael takes the walk of shame. Thank you Michael.
And tonight the Kanye and Jay-Z “No Church In the Wild” video was released pushing every video back one.
I pray for your sake that you did not press play.
I want to be on this list one day. I mean I would prefer to be on the Best list, but to be realistic I have a better chance on the worst list. I could easily take a dive and offend someone and “badabing badaboom” there I am. I will not take this low road. As a result, most likely my comment will be left somewhere in the middle. Unread and Unheard by most.
(From the sad pessimistic mind of AJ)
Radiohead has avoided ACL for way to long. This is an outrage.
(Refering to the Kindness video)
When he turned towards me and said “We could both be Prince,” at 2:34 I thought my dreams had come true.
I cannot believe they left out Mozart’s Requiem (1791). This list heavily favors the 1990′s and disregards the existence of music in the 90′s of prior centuries. I am extremely disappointed.
May the 4th be with MCA! RIP