he’s a lot richer and famouser than most people
maybe finally people will realize this is not a band that want sot make radio-friendly pop music and those of us who love bizarre psychedelia can enjoy them in piece in the smaller clubs where their sound will be better heard
“a legitimate opportunity to make meme-magic was lost when Jimmy asked Questlove and Black Thought to deliver Bill Clinton impressions, and solicit the same from Mascis.”
Is there a typo in here, because it doesn’t really make sense as written.
It’s a fairly generic phrase and they need to get over it. That said, Timberlake would be wise to donate the proceeds of the single to a charity that helps rape survivors.
Yet another solid entry for my trolling scrapbook.
Men of Good Fortune is a much better song.
Not a bad list. It’s pretty much impossible to get this this right. The me of today would probably smack the me of yesterday for his list. That said, anything from his Set the Twilight Reeling album is conspicuous in its absence.
I agree Man Who Sold the world is too low. I basically overlooked it and then was too lazy to adjust the list once I remembered.
“I hate Frank Zappa”
Nice way of letting us know you’re a moron
LOL – a list made by someone other than you confirmed what your opinion is. Not too bright, are you?
*david bowie* ranked way too high. *Heathen* ranked way too low (come on, you actually believe that pile of crap *Black Tie White Noise* is better?)
*Space Oddity* is a bore and ranked too high. It’s not nearly as good as *The Next Day*, for example.
*Lodger* doesn’t get the respect it deserves, which has become predictable at this point.
*Ziggy Stardust& as #1. LMAO – no chance. It’s a bunch of great songs, but to even pretend it’s superior to Low, Station, Lodger, Scary, Heroes, Hunky Dory, and Aladdin Sane is absurd.
2. Hunky Dory
3. Station to Station
5. Aladdin Sane
6. Scary Monsters
8. Ziggy Stardust
9. Young Americans
10. The Next Day
12. Let’s Dance
13. Diamond Dogs
16. The Man Who Sold the World
18. Space Oddity
19. Tin Machine II
21. Tin Machine
22. Pin Ups
23. Black Tie White Noise
24. Never Let Me Down
26. David Bowie
no idea where to place Buddha, because I’ve only listened to it once.
well, this is pretty brilliant. Now looking even more forward to this album.
I agree there’s been alot of Morrissey news lately and not just here but Pitchflake too. When I saw the Bowie for for The Stars Are Out Tonight and there was a seen where they cut into a turkey or chicken I immediately thought of MOrrissey having a problem with it.
anyone who doesn’t like this album is an idiot
how the fuck do you put that boring yorke dancing video above the bowie video where more than one thing actually happens? It’s even more absurd when you consider that radiohead already released a video which was just yorke dancing weirdly. I love yorke and radiohead but the mindless fawning over everything the man does is beyond old at this point…
Mumford Bros are pure shit.
oh well… find another way to make money then if you don’t like it. Or start your own shiping company and see if your rates can beat the USPS. If not, stfu.
and now that I’m listening – good shit.
I don’t even need to hear this song to know that I approve.
I’ve never cared for them, but I like the direction they’re going in based on the two singles released so far. If I like this album enough, I may need to reassess their prior output.
This list is a joke – complete bullshit.
Yeah, let me think about doing what you want me to do…
Okay, I’m done. I’ve decided instead to do what I want to do.