Jorge Suzarte

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The All Delighted People EP is near perfect. I like almost everything Sufjan has done, but that EP made me cry tears of joy like no other.
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April 5, 2016 on Album Of The Week: Parquet Courts Human Performance
And maybe that's a good explanation. Thanks.
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March 15, 2016 on Call The Doctor Turns 20
Great article. Sleater-Kinney and this álbum gets better everytime you listen. I'm trying to forget that part where Thurston Moore is an asshole. Why here? I mean, I dont care at all how Thurston Moore is.
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March 15, 2016 on Call The Doctor Turns 20
I don't wanna be that kind of Gummer but... Didn't Kanye lose Best New Artist Grammy Award to Maroon 5... which is WAY WORSE?
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February 24, 2016 on Kanye West Wants To Fix The Grammys, Promises New Album This Summer
"If You Leave" and that scene. And all the people dancing so bad. 80's teen glory.
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February 12, 2016 on Neon Nostalgia: The Pretty In Pink Soundtrack 30 Years Later
When I bought The Score, I hated "Killing Me Softly" then. Too much airplay, too many people talking about that song. The rest of the album was near perfect, specially "Fu-Gee-La" in all its versions, and "The Score". Now I can enjoy it from beginning to end, without skipping "Killing Me Softly", and yes, it is one of the best rap albums of the 90's.
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February 12, 2016 on The Score Turns 20
"Blackstar isn’t one of Bowie’s best albums" When I read that sentence, I realized I am always expecting something special from Bowie. I can't say the same about most of the legendary artists from the 60's and 70's. Whatever he tried to do here, thanks a lot he did it.
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January 5, 2016 on Album Of The Week: David Bowie ★ (Blackstar)
Man! Same on Song, Moment, Sandwich and Website!
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December 9, 2015 on The Gummy Awards: Vote For The Best Music Of 2015
So there must be a considerable group of people sick of Pharrell's presence, like me, and happy to see him in that magnificent Missy video reduced to a puppet.
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November 13, 2015 on The 5 Best Videos Of The Week
Anything that deserves this spot above Garden of Delete, needs to be reeeeeeeal good. Plus: some people many weeks ago mentioned that the last Born Ruffians album was great. I need to say that I'd been waiting since 2008 good music from this band, and RUFF never disappoints.
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November 10, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Eric Church Mr. Misunderstood
The first time I listen this album: "Good, but not so much" Second time: "Ok, it's interesting but it's not Depression Cherry" Third time, right now: "Beach House is EvErYtHiNg" Yes, Depression Cherry is the "sound" album, and has amazing songs, but Thank Your Lucky Stars has something from that Beach House that I was missing, the Devotion's Beach House in part. I don't want to talk about these two last albums like they are siamese twins, but YES, DC IS PURE LIGHT AND TYLS IS DARKNESS (Darkness in a Beach House sense, obviously). This albums keeps growing every second you play it.
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October 16, 2015 on Premature Evaluation: Beach House Thank Your Lucky Stars
Somehow, "Sunday Morning" is still a great song to, and this album is at least good that I can play once in a while, even when my musical tastes have changed a lot. No Doubt can sound a little ridiculous here, but they knew their potential. Talking about anniversaries, nothing to do with Tragic Kingdom: Did Stereogum never do the I Am a Bird Now Turns 10?????
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
I love the fact that Ashin is like giving everything he has in this album. It's like an explosion of Autre Ne Veut's music concept, and I really still admire that. I miss the level of the songs in Anxiety (a lot), but Age of Transparency has a very own sound that makes you remember it easily. So nice choice, Mr. Breihan.
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September 29, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Autre Ne Veut Age Of Transparency
Good work, Chris. I'm not a Apologies to the Queen Mary fan, but you completely had me at "the twitchy post-punk tendencies Brock borrowed from Talking Heads and the Pixies". It's been years since I listened this album the last time. I loved the sound of Wolf Parade, but I had problems with their songs, specially in their debut, and it's a good time to give it another try.
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September 25, 2015 on Apologies To The Queen Mary Turns 10
I was going to say Julia Holter got the AOTW with Loud City Song, but I was totally wrong: http://www.stereogum.com/1442511/album-of-the-week-superchunk-i-hate-music/franchises/album-of-the-week/ That album was one of the best of 2013. and it was in the 6th place of the list of releases that week (the place in that list in every AOTW article must say how much the staff liked an album, right?...). Have You In My Wilderness is the beauty itself and a special reflection about music, and I think more people need to listen it. Or maybe the fact that it is one of my AOTY contender doesn't necessarily mean the staff of my favourite music site gotta like it. The point is: LISTEN THE NEW JULIA HOLTER'S ALBUM. IT MAKES PEOPLE HAPPY. YOU DON'T REGRET IT.
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September 22, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Chvrches Every Open Eye
I like new Chvrches album. But MAN! Julia Holter! That thing is beauty in many senses! And The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die... I even learned their name because that new album is really good!
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September 22, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Chvrches Every Open Eye
I just came here to see if "Save a Prayer" was on the list or something from the Duran Duran debut, because that albums has the version of the band that I really like. Also, "The Reflex" in that version never disappoints!
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September 16, 2015 on The 10 Best Duran Duran Songs
"The Chaffeur" is Duran Duran going to another level!
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September 16, 2015 on The 10 Best Duran Duran Songs