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Jared McNett
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It really is amazing to me how RZA has essentially taken a 180 in group from their most important element to the biggest impediment.

 +3Posted on Apr 14th | re: Van Morrison Albums From Worst To Best (41 comments)

One minor quibble on here for me is that ‘Blowin Your Mind’ could be a few spots higher. “Brown Eyed Girl”, “He Ain’t Give You None”, and “T.B. Sheets” are all terrific songs

I had the chance to see him a few years back and he did tell a large amount of stories. But they’re stories from B.B. KING, so I gladly shut up and listened.

 +5Posted on Apr 5th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (163 comments)

What bothers me about this list isn’t necessarily that tracks like “Smells Like Teen Spirit” or “Heart Shaped Box” were left off, but that the only real explanation we’re given is “Nirvana recorded better ones.”

 -2Posted on Apr 1st | re: The 10 Best Joy Division Songs (63 comments)

I don’t know how much you can argue with here, though “Love Will Tear Us Apart” being at number 5 strains credulity a little bit.

Was I the only one hoping for an epic showdown between Girl Talk/Freeway and Waka?

 +5Posted on Mar 28th | re: Sam Smith Can't Stop Smiling In His SNL Promos (5 comments)

Fallon did it all the time on the show and he’s done okay for himself

 0Posted on Mar 19th | re: Wu-Tang Clan - "Keep Watch" (11 comments)

This doesn’t have to be an all-time “classic Wu-banger” to be a great track. If you’re going to automatically compare this to ’36 Chambers’ or ‘Liquid Swords’ or ‘OB4CL’ of course it’s not going to measure up. But it’s three of the best from the Wu going in over a nice clattering soul beat. The hook is an afterthought sure, but it doesn’t drag on for long.

 +2Posted on Mar 14th | re: The Week In Pop: It's Time We All Agreed That Coldplay Is Great (181 comments)

Anyone who has the fortune of catching them live would probably agree with that statement

 0Posted on Mar 5th | re: De La Soul - "Dilla Plugged In" (Prod. J Dilla) (5 comments)

Only the Pos’ verse is repeated man.