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Er, “a way to make money”, that is.
Stereogum has entered a dark place where nearly every article is a numbered list of which albums of a band were the best or something like that. I feel like I have something snarky or witty to say about that, but I really don’t. This website no longer focuses on informing its audience; everything has become a way meant to make money.
This sounds like a song I would make in Little Big Planet 2.
Sounds a bit like Sung Tongs era Animal Collective if the band was more lyrically direct and audible and more like Grizzly Bear.
Stealing them upboats, eh?
Why does Stereogum insist on all these Top Whatever lists? They’re pointless, especially with bands like Animal Collective.
Yes, but Logan has a point in trying to express that the first opinion is a judgment of value and the second opinion is an expression of preference. The second opinion is much more humbly presented.
I probably won’t even read this, considering that the article couldn’t POSSIBLY say that the new Animal Collective album is anything other than amazing.
The Flaming Lips just aren’t as whimsical and exciting for me to witness since I witnessed Wayne Coyne acting like a ninny-binny poopy-doop on the internets.
By the way, all of these videos are unavailable. Or is that some sort of marketing gimmick?
Yes, they would mind.
… And NOW I understand the joke…
All I see is: file:///C:/Users/Doug/Desktop/Downloads/Gifs/tumblr_m72ngm9Jc21qf8nkzo1_400.gif
What if the songs end up being mediocre?
Dude… You’re missing the point. Corgan’s trying to say that this generation of musicians and music-listeners has trouble withholding their assumed-to-be-valuable judgments. I think that Corgan may have a point, but his argument provides no logic or evidence.