Kind of how I feel about Radiohead. I just don’t understand how they can be so damned good for some people and then completely unlistenable to me.
Well I’m glad to see the pretension doesn’t stop at the music with these guys.
Meh. It gets the job done.
that’s just the way kids talk, man.
Is it still shit? I bet it’s still shit.
Get Lucky and/or Blurred Lines.
Totally agree here. Upon first listen I was ready to dismiss the song entirely but every time I hear it on the radio it grows on me a little more and now this video is only helping matters.
Wait…people still read pitchfork? Could I have travelled back to 2000? I am so going to make a fortune in the dot-com boom!
Your opinion is wrong.
I have a feeling you’re rarely right.
Corgan should consider himself fucking lucky that even 473 people still want to hear him play.
Can we just stop with this guy now? It was a funny joke at first but it’s gone on to long.
Put on some old sad bastard music, see if I care.
This soap sounds intriguing. Where could I find some to purchase? Also, I have sensitive skin and I was wondering if this would act as an irritant?
No. Just no.
I don’t appreciate your guys’ attempt to out moustache me.
Crazy mainlanders and your beer stores. Beer needs to be purchased at the corner store along with your smokes and roast chicken chips. That’s how you do a friday night.
Jonny Greenwood continues to be a genius of overwhelming magnitude.
How dare bands try and make money by touring on their hits. Everybody knows the only way to keep your artistic integrity is to start a pro wrestling reality show.
Wait…ten songs? I was under the impression they only had two. Song 1 and Song 2
Perhaps some people don’t define their musical tastes along arbitrary genre lines and can enjoy both “mainstream” and “indie” music. They may come to Stereogum for news and videos of certain bands and then use MTV as a source for others.
I know right, so fucking good!
Oh, it was a good one, I’ll freely admit that. But a couple of other commenters have made reference to the mustache as if it were mine so I felt the need to state otherwise.
The mustachioed gentlemen in my avatar is News Radio’s Jimmy James played by veteran character actor Stephen Root as evidenced here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJ_L48zK53E&feature=relmfu . The mustache in the picture is in fact the key to a episode long joke about regretting facial hair decisions thus making it terrible for the sake of terrible with the end result being humour. This song is both terrible and laughable but I don’t think either was intentional on the part of Animal Collective.