Dan Nancarrow

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Yeah, overuse probably does weaken it on one level, but on another level it perpetuates the meaning for anyone who misses the irony.

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May 9, 2015 on Tyler, The Creator Reappropriates White Power Symbol For Gay Pride T-Shirt

Long Snake Moan out Zeppelins anything Led Zeppelin recorded. It is immense.

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February 27, 2015 on To Bring You My Love Turns 20

Have no idea who Abigail Breslin is or what that tweet is about. Who’s Courtney’s snark aimed at, Kim or Lana?

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February 21, 2015 on Kim Gordon Trashes Lana Del Rey: “[She] Doesn’t Even Know What Feminism Is”

Sorry, but that shower curtain is hilarious. Who wouldn’t have that in their bathroom tempting fate that a Janet Leigh style murder might occur?

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May 7, 2014 on Danzig’s Suing Jerry Only For Putting The Misfits Logo On A Bunch Of Tacky Crap

Agree with everything you say about Miley Chris.

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February 1, 2014 on The Week In Pop: Miley Brings The Monogenre To MTV Unplugged

Springsteen is my favourite artist, and I love BTR. But I think Bruce’s perspective matured as an artist after he faced all the pitfalls of fame and the fallout with management. Those first three albums can be too romanticised for me at times. Darkness is where he truly found his voice, telling the stories of working class people and others fighting against unfortunate cirumstances. For those reasons I see Darkness as part of the holy trinity, with Nebraska (perhaps his most artiscally accomplished work) and BITUSA. Born in the USA wins out though, because it’s my introduction to him, rocking out to his tunes when I was four or five.

1. Born in the USA
2. Nebraska
3. Darkness on the Edge of Town
4. Tunnel of Love
5. The Rising
6. Magic
7. Born To Run
8. The River
9. Devils and Dust
10. The Wild the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle
11. The Ghost of Tom Joad
12. Greetings from Asbury Park
13. Wrecking Ball
14. We Shall Over Come: The Seeger Sessions
15. Lucky Town
16. Human Touch
17. Working on a Dream

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November 30, 2013 on Bruce Springsteen Albums From Worst To Best

Some ageist fucks too by the looks of it

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November 30, 2013 on Bruce Springsteen Albums From Worst To Best

Don’t like hearing that, considering how much I idolise the guy’s music! Always pictured him as a guy who would be good to meet face to face.

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October 25, 2013 on Guided By Voices’ Feud With eBaying Ex-Drummer Gets Ugly

Love Another Body Murdered. Who cares if Boo Ya Tribe were nonentities. That song is off the hook. Especially Patton’s screaming.

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September 17, 2013 on Judgment Night Soundtrack Turns 20

The Morrisey hate always makes me laugh. By getting worked up by what he says you’re just playing into his hands.

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April 13, 2013 on Morrissey: “Margaret Thatcher Was A Terror Without An Atom Of Humanity”

To get on a soapbox and be a giant pain in the ass ironically

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April 13, 2013 on Morrissey: “Margaret Thatcher Was A Terror Without An Atom Of Humanity”

That is absolute bullshit. Too much is made of her gender. It’s her policies she’s hated for.

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April 13, 2013 on Morrissey: “Margaret Thatcher Was A Terror Without An Atom Of Humanity”

Rubies the best for mine. One of my favourite albums of all time.

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April 13, 2013 on Destroyer Albums From Worst To Best

That is a much better list than the crappy Stereogum one!

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March 27, 2013 on David Bowie Albums From Worst To Best

UnAustralian.

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May 24, 2012 on Fine, The Great Gatsby Trailer, You Guys

One thousand times, yes.

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May 18, 2012 on Being Upset About Sports Is For Children

Thinking Sean Penn looks pretty great in that film as a pulp-era villain. That movie looks awesome.

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May 11, 2012 on This Week In Movie Trailers, You Guys

The Mets tribute was great. I really, really didn’t like the Coldplay cover. But kudos for paying tribute.

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May 5, 2012 on Download Coldplay’s “Fight For Your Right” Cover In Honor Of MCA