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Let’s Go Away For Awhile
I heard “A Different City” in a skateboarding video in middle school and Isaac Brock has provided the soundtrack to my life ever since.
Thanks for the list. I’m always perplexed that “Edit the Sad Parts” isn’t talked about more. It’s on Interstate 8 and is absolutely a landmark song for them, the silent ending speaking volumes about Isaac’s ideology at the time.
LCW deserves its spot at #1 though. If you haven’t, watch this wonderful documentary on the album: bit.ly/KG8PuK
I was prepping my “no Equestrian?!?!” whiny-asshole comment only to be so pleasantly surprised by its place at number one. Touche, ‘gum.
This is great. I would have expected Madvillainy to be the unanimous #1 in this debate, but it’s great to see Vaudeville Villain and Operation: Doomsday get their dues amongst the others.
“It’s how son became a big man from a Black Boy/ To name names, a really big fan of Dan Akroyd.”
on a rainy Friday afternoon at work this song is about as good as it gets.
X playing Los Angeles?! On the same stage as Fucked Up and OFF?! Sweet merciful crap that is amazing.
Now all we need is a scheduled ego-maniacal breakdown by Danzig.
Steve Powers making the album art for DOOM is the hip hop equivalent to Pettibon’s work for Black Flag. Absolutely perfect.
oh yeah, and they recorded it live.
Dio was in the slide-rule club.
I wear large coats to compensate for my unusually skinny legs.
mannn that is a strong finish.
Deltron 3030- 3030
doughnut for a snowman- guided by voices
call me crazy but I think DOOM has put in enough work to earn a label a little more refined than “oddball rapper.”
Yo La Tengo- The Story of Yo La Tengo
John Taylor’s Month Away- King Creosote & Jon Hopkins
St. Vincent covering “Kerosene” by Big Black
My Mind is Ramblin’
it’s great to hear anything new from the villain, but I was hoping for something more along the lines of idioteque + DOOM here. pretty underwhelming, hopefully there are bigger and better things to come.
pet sounds. forever.