” they dazzled with Bikini Kill covers but some raucous but playful new material” <– I think that's a mistake. It should be "…they dazzled with Bikini Kill covers and some raucous but playful new material."
I just spent all day yesterday slogging through their released tracks up to this point and even watched their set at Glastonbury. I am still baffled at the buzz they’re getting.
This comment sucks.
It’s like chiding movie producers for wanting to sell DVDs: “Wanna make more money from Pacific Rim? Fair enough, take it to Broadway!”
To insinuate that artists don’t deserve to make money off of albums is asinine. Albums are arguably the most valuable form of media that we consume, and yet, people seem to undervalue them the most. I use Spotify as a necessary evil, but I still purchase a ton of music and try to find other ways to support artists. I hope you do too.
Ugh, this album was one of the biggest disappointments of 2013.
Uh…worst comment of the week. Video’s awesome and so is the album.
Missing “If you didn’t see me (You weren’t on the dancefloor).”
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – If you didn’t see me (then you weren’t on the dance floor)
The only song worthy of putting up a fight against ‘Get Lucky.’
It would’ve recalled “Local Business” too much if they had just left it like that.
-Shugo Tokumaru’s In Focus?
-mewithoutyou’s Ten Stories
-Passion Pit’s Gossamer
-Titus Andronicus’ Local Business