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It would be pretty awesome if they could get Eric Carr on stage… from beyond the grave and whatnot.

“Hey Ya” to “Jolene.” How about that transition?

 +2Posted on May 11th, 2013 | re: Watch Hudson Mohawke Spin New Kanye, Watch Kanye Walk Into A Street Sign (17 comments)

Poor bb.

 +2Posted on Apr 26th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Bright Eyes Songs (137 comments)

Took the fireworks (Letting Off the Happiness cover)
and the vanity (Fevers and Mirrors)
the circut board (1′s and 0′s of Digital Ash)
and the city street (I’m Wide Awake)
shooting star (Cassadaga)
swaying palm tree (Cassadaga and/or self titled)
and laid it at the arbiter’s feet. (whoever is listening or judging his music)

 +2Posted on Apr 26th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Bright Eyes Songs (137 comments)

I have everything Conor has recorded since “Water,” in chronological order.
It is a sick obsession.

 0Posted on Feb 25th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Morrissey Songs (64 comments)

Nobody else really liked “You Are the Quary,” did they? “Come Back to Camden?”

 0Posted on Feb 25th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Morrissey Songs (64 comments)

I like this guy.

 +1Posted on Feb 8th, 2013 | re: In Defense Of Mumford & Sons (341 comments)

I lost all my respect for them at Bonnaroo ’11. Their sound quality was terrible, the vocalist played drums through most of the set (which made him inaudible), and thousands of dirty, drunk, stoned, rolling girls were crying over their astonishment of a terrible show. Their first album was pretty good, repetitive, but still ok. Mumford and Sons’ music is just overplayed and they haven’t progressed as musicians.

 +3Posted on Nov 5th, 2012 | re: Top 10 Rock Operas That Deserve A Stage Adaptation (50 comments)

I’m working on Hospice by The Antlers.
Peter Silberman owes me lots of money.