And I Love Her
Criminal, Just Don’t Give a Fuck, Still Don’t Give a Fuck, Bad Meets Evil
also on the Revolver paragraph,
“Love To You” instead of “Love You To”
And I Love Her
what a digital digital letdown.
Take It Easy
o, and Alligator.
I think “New,” “Hosanna” and the mayyyyyybe the hidden track at the end are keepers. Everything else is either inoffensive but forgettable or pretty rough. I love the dude with a borderline unhealthy passion, though, so it’s not really disappointing for me. I’m of the mindset that if he gives us a couple nice songs an album it’s a win for everybody.
best part: he spelled “Worst Behavior” with a “u” in it, bcuz Canada.
Satellite of Love
only thing i can think of similar to it is like, the James Paul McCartney special from the 70s.
THE WINGS MULLET RETURNS.
THAT’S A CHARLIE WILSON JOKE.
Is the 808s cover really “godawful-ugly” or maybe just “not super memorable”
I USED TO WRITE
I USED TO WRITE LETTERS, I USED TO SIGN MY NAME legibly
Lily (My One and Only)
Modern Vampires of the City and Monomania are the best I’ve heard
I really, really like his first solo album better than any of his Bright Eyes ones.
He…buys a McCartload of vegetables each week? I HAVE AN INTERNET ATTENTION SPAN
I understand the necessity to phrase headlines to grab attention, but I don’t really feel like he “rips McCartney” here. He says he’s given the world a lot of happiness, and he acknowledges his PETA thing and his vegetarianism.
There’s a little bit of an attack being made, though, which I can only say seems kind of pointless, going after someone not for what they do but for doing it less militantly than Morrissey himself does.
And basically fuck anyone who attacks a guy who got a weird track like Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey to #1.
It’s always a struggle to choose my fave. Right now it’s probably A Hard Day’s Night. And I Love Her is possibly my favorite Beatles track, and it’s got If I Fell and Things We Said Today and I’m Happy Just to Dance with You and I’ll Be Back…just a killer album that caught the beginnings of their transition to their second form.
A Hard Day’s Night is basically like a Bulbasaur that just evolved to Ivysaur.
the killers are kind of on this path where i liked almost all of their first album, half of their second, a third of their third…i still like it when they hit the mark though
what a monster