+16Posted on Nov 2nd, 2014 | re: Watch SNL's Swiftamine Commercial For Taylor Swift Onset Vertigo (13 comments)

So Prince kills it on SNL last night and your biggest take away is a Taylor Swift commercial spoof?

Why do I read this again?

 0Posted on Oct 20th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Pearl Jam Songs (152 comments)

Let me give you an idea of where I’m coming from, then. The Doobie Brothers and I are about the same age. Not the band members. The Doobie Brothers, the band itself, was born the same year I was and this means that I am in no way conflicted or in a weird no-mans land: On one hand, I do not feel as if I’ve grown up alongside the band, being born in 1970 means I DON’T have the same experiential context for ANY of their albums in fact I barely knew of their existence aside from the occasional air guitar of “China Grove” as I clicked through the classic rock station. Twenty-three IS a lot different in human years than Rock Band years and anyone who thinks they are the same is extremely confused and perhaps a bit mad. As a person (and I can’t believe I am actually having to explain this), twenty-three means you’re listless, drifting about as you decide what to do with your life. (Actually, I was at my first real job after college working my ass off, let’s just say I was drifting in the right direction.) as for the Doobie Brothers at twenty-three? I had no clue, maybe they were survivors or veterans at a different crossroads: their members were OLD, and I had no idea whether they questioned what they’re going to do or what they have done with their lives. I WAS BUSY LISTENING TO PEARL JAM’S 10!

Now the fact that you can have a list that doesn’t include a single song from that album is not daring or controversial, it shows a complete lack of understanding of the subject you are writing about. It’s like the Beatles without “Love Me Do”, U2 without “I Will Follow”, or Radiohead without “Creep” (ok, probably reaching a bit on that last one…). You get the point.

 0Posted on Jun 28th, 2013 | re: Entertainment Weekly's 100 Greatest Albums Ever (245 comments)

The fact that Dark Side of the Moon holds the record for the longest stay on the Billboard charts demands that it is in the top 5 all time.

 0Posted on Dec 17th, 2012 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Top 10 New Acts Of 2012 (85 comments)

Or Adam Sandler

That is exactly what everyone wants you to think….

 +4Posted on Feb 12th, 2012 | re: Grammys 2012 Comment Party!! (293 comments)

No, but neither has Stevie either.

 +2Posted on Feb 12th, 2012 | re: Grammys 2012 Comment Party!! (293 comments)

All Bruno Mars needed was Jerome Benton and a big a$$ mirror.

 -1Posted on Feb 5th, 2012 | re: Bon Iver Declines Grammy Performance, Collaborates With Alicia Keys (29 comments)

Bon Iver killed it on SNL tonight. the Grammy’s made a bad decision and should have let them play “their” music. Way to go SNL, loved it!

 0Posted on Jan 8th, 2012 | re: 10 Classic Albums Released 10 Years Into A Band's Career (131 comments)

Why does it have to be 10 years? U2′s Actung Baby came out 11 years after Boy and it redefined the band and the decade.

 +6Posted on May 3rd, 2011 | re: Miley Cyrus Covers Nirvana (22 comments)

She dances like Elaine Benes at the beginning of the song.