This is what you get when you include decades that most of the authors were not alive for, and most of the readers didn’t know existed.
“AIR rifle – get it? Of course, being imaginary – no trigger.”
The “Headmaster Ritual” and “Ceremony” covers were the tracks that really turned me onto the Smiths and JoyOrder respectively, so I owe Radiohead a big debt of gratitude for covering them. And the covers still remain my favourite versions of the tunes, with the exception of some live performances.
References to religion, cities, fractions synonymous with 50%, and “kids”. Maybe not the Walkmen, but it certainly reminds me of another Pitchfork-beloved band.