+1Posted on Jul 31st | re: Jarvis Cocker To Judge Pulp Karaoke Contest In NYC (2 comments)

Fuck I would travel to NY if I could absolutely destroy Pencil Skirt.

The Motorhead pair, although the Bad Brains is a very close second.

 0Posted on Feb 18th | re: Win The Beatles The U.S. Albums Box Set (522 comments)

And Your Bird Can Sing

 0Posted on Dec 4th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Eminem Songs (65 comments)

Yo. Where the hell is Drips? Obie Trice slays. Pussy reisdue is on my penis!

 0Posted on Nov 12th, 2013 | re: Win A Beatles BBC Vinyl & Book Prize Pack (343 comments)

And Your Bird Can Sing

 0Posted on Oct 11th, 2013 | re: Win A Paul Simon Complete Albums Collection 15-Disc Box Set (220 comments)

How can you pick? Paul Simon’s songs have been there for me in times of need and abundance, jubilation and desperation. His catalog is such a treasure. For the sake of this giveaway, I’ll limit it to a tie between Duncan and Graceland.

 +1Posted on Sep 30th, 2013 | re: Win A Signed, Limited Edition Lou Reed & Mick Rock Transformer Photo Book (140 comments)

Street Hassle

 +4Posted on Jul 27th, 2013 | re: Bruce Springsteen Albums From Worst To Best (87 comments)

Thank you so much. I’ve written on about three or four of these countdowns that they should do one for Bruce and now you finally have. I’m a huge springsteen fan as well, I wrote my final paper in one of my classes last year on Nebraska, Darkness on the Edge of Town, and Deindustrialization in the American Midwest. My list would be pretty similar to yours, with similar views, except I would have ranked The Rising much, much higher, for it’s historical significance alone. My top five would have been The Rising, Born to Run, Nebraska, Wild, Innocent, The E Street Shuffle, then Darkness at number one. Glad to see Springsteen appreciated as not only a showboat but the quintessential American songwriter he is.

 0Posted on Jun 11th, 2013 | re: Stereogum's Top 25 Albums Of 2013 So Far (752 comments)

What a stellar year for music thus far. Shaking the Habitual is my favorite of the year so far, probably because I’ve been waiting for it for such a long time and it definitely delivered. However, alot of these records I have not listened to nearly as much as they deserve, especially the new National, Vampire Weekend, and JT albums. Which is why winning all of these great albums on vinyl would be so awesome!