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A pretty glaring omission
Can’t wait for these guys to assault my earholes again
I would switch #1 and #2 – but it’s a minor quibble.
The 4 album Rod/Faces run of Every Picture Tells a Story > Nod> Never a Dull Moment > Ooh La La is one of my favorites in rock n roll.
great pick for album of the week.
one album which deserved to be included in the notables is Haiku Salut’s impressive debut, Tricolore.
An all-female instrumental trio from England, they offer up the clumsy self-description of “Baroque-Pop-Folktronic-Neo-Classical-Something-Or-Other” – but I can’t do any better.
The album is filled with uplifting, complex-yet-accessible compositions perfect for springtime. And it’s available on Spotify.
Blue Monday is the greatest song of the 80s IMO.
I was a bit iffy about Breakers at first, mainly because of how produced the “oooh”s sound in comparison to the vocal harmonies on GM. Then I saw this acoustic performance of it & was won over.
Ghostface Killah – Supreme Clientele Presents… Blue & Cream: The Wally Era
i can’t wait for Stereogum’s Top 10 list of Chuck Berry songs, omitting Johnny B. Goode.
That’s a great idea! Too bad your suggestion is a biography, not a documentary.
Wait, I’ve got one! “End of the Century – The Story of the Ramones”
I don’t get it. Has Chris not heard what’s going on in underground bass music in the UK? Or is he just taking an easy potshot at Skrillex/Deadmau5/Swedish House Mafia etc?
I think you overrated 29 and underrated Rock n Roll, but otherwise pretty spot-on.
It looks like a silhouette profile of Mokey from Fraggle Rock
“In White’s catalog, the album it most resembles is probably the White Stripes’ piano-and-marimba affair Get Behind Me Satan.”
Consolers of the Lonely seems a stronger touch-point.
eh, why not
And mine should be included on the list of “15 ways not to catch your typing mistakes”
No, but your post should should be included on the list of “15 grammar rules not to follow”
because DVS is so dreamy.
Wesley Morgan Paraham, meet Burial
Travis Stewart = hotsauce
” And I didn’t have anything more than a couple of beers in my system.”
No Grateful Dead cover bands? I am disappoint
if Congratulations had rock n roll balls. But yeah, there’s def a strong MGMT vibe in the vocals.
hell yes, thank you