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Bobby McBride
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 +2Posted on Jan 22nd | re: The Ramones Albums From Worst To Best (33 comments)

no, you need to help others Teri. you are awesome.

 +1Posted on Jan 22nd | re: The Ramones Albums From Worst To Best (33 comments)

If Louder than Bombs is the best Smiths album, that would make “Mania”…..anyway.

 0Posted on Jan 17th | re: The 10 Best Grateful Dead Songs (109 comments)

word!

 +1Posted on Jan 13th | re: Album Of The Week: Mark Ronson Uptown Special (56 comments)

As much as I really hate most of the people involved, those tracks are just mesmerizing.

 0Posted on Dec 19th, 2014 | re: Win Stereogum's 10 Best Albums Of 2014 On Vinyl Courtesy Of Insound (2398 comments)

Ryan Adams – Ryan Adams. that’s me being brutally honest.

i grow weary of her weight often.

 0Posted on Dec 13th, 2014 | re: Watch Bob Dylan Play A Show For One Guy (3 comments)

lucky dude. where do i sign up?

 +1Posted on Dec 12th, 2014 | re: The 5 Best Tom Petty Albums Of 2014 (40 comments)

i don’t want to be cast in the light of some old man sitting in a rocking chair pointing his finger at the radio and scowling- i agree with you on all points, and i agree that all these artists simply have better albums out right now in the classic/folk/songwriter/rock area – I just thought that the tone of the article was such a random jab at Tom Petty and a bit like saying “Na na na – Hey Tom Petty….these new bands are doing you better than you”.

why not poking at Mark Knopfler or Bryan adams, or The Waterboys or Springsteen…..they’re all putting out shite now and alot of these sounds have as much in common with those guys as TP

 0Posted on Dec 11th, 2014 | re: The 5 Best Tom Petty Albums Of 2014 (40 comments)

thats a very bitchy article. I thought “Hipnotic Eye” was a pretty good ‘late period’ Petty album. i’d like to see any of these artists have a career for almost 40 years and still pull that out of the bag.

 +1Posted on Nov 7th, 2014 | re: Bob Dylan Tried To Make An Album With The Beatles & Stones In 1969 (4 comments)

Dylan and Keef at live aid ’85.