All I want is a decent recording of “Let Me Give The World To You”..the greatest song SP never properly released. Exciting times…

Yoko is awesome. YLT is awesome. This song ruled. And some people are dumb…it’s sad really.

 -5Posted on Jun 17th | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

1. Wild Cub – “Thunder Clatter”
2. Jack White- “Lazaretto”
3. Spanish Gold- “Out in the Streets”
4. Real Estate- “Talking Backwards”
5. Tune Yards- “Water Fountain”

 +1Posted on Jun 17th | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2014 So Far (253 comments)

Really digging the new Spanish Gold record “South of Nowhere”. Also was curious why there was no love for new Jack White or Phantogram records…

I think the point of Arcade Fire’s rant is that technically anyone could be up there conducting a Daft Punk or DangerMaus set…the fact that their public personas are hidden behind masks renders this explicitly so. I like Daft Punk, and would pay to see them perform live, but I also have to take into account the possibility that it might not really be them behind their masks. There’s a lack of authenticity…

 0Posted on Apr 20th | re: Throwing Copper Turns 20 (84 comments)

Just wanted to chime in and give props to “Pillars of Davidson” ..despite not even making your review, it’s easily the highlight of the album for me. It’s a weird thing for a “Grunge” band to try and write a Springsteen style anthem, and I thought Live pulled it off and then some…

 0Posted on Mar 20th | re: Watch Weezer Tease New Music From The Studio (44 comments)

Just wanted to give a shout out to the Red Album too…As a person who adores the first four Weezer albums, “Troublemaker’ might still be my favorite all time Weezer song. How’s that for arts & crafts???

 +5Posted on Mar 19th | re: Check Out These Lego Versions Of 20 Famous Bands (25 comments)

Jeff Ament not having a goofy hat makes me sad…

The story I heard about Chad Channing was that Kurt & Krist both thought he was an awful drummer, but kept him in the band because he came from a wealthy family, who offered to pay for the band’s demos. They ultimately fired him, as soon as they could, when they started getting major label offers.

Musical notwithstanding, he’s seems like a decent dude and it’s commendable that neither he nor Jason Everman have tried to sell their various stories regarding the band’s early years.

 +1Posted on Mar 29th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Strokes Songs (181 comments)

No Undercover of Darkness? Man that’s a tune…