0Posted on Apr 15th | re: Echo And The Bunnymen - "Lovers On The Run" (2 comments)

Yes, let’s definitely hope for that.

 0Posted on Sep 30th, 2013 | re: Win A Signed, Limited Edition Lou Reed & Mick Rock Transformer Photo Book (140 comments)

Assuming LR solo and not VU, then Street Hassle

 -2Posted on Sep 10th, 2013 | re: Echoes Turns 10 (32 comments)


did you mean to include the capitalized editorial remarks in Lopatin’s seventh answer?

 0Posted on Sep 4th, 2013 | re: Win A Clash Sound System Box Set (516 comments)

Tie: Guns of Brixton and Death or Glory

 0Posted on Jun 4th, 2013 | re: Stereogum's Top 25 Albums Of 2013 So Far (752 comments)

My top 10 to date (have not yet heard Disclosure, BOC or Sunbather): Vampire Weekend, mbv, Daft Punk, Kurt Vile, National, Nick Cave, Dirty Beaches, Deerhunter, Koze, Savages.

 0Posted on May 20th, 2013 | re: Premature Evaluation: Queens Of The Stone Age ...Like Clockwork (62 comments)

The only interesting thing here is who the author believes are the other 4 greatest drummers in the history of rock. That statement is made with great confidence and no hyperlink. Don’t disagree, just curious.

 +2Posted on Feb 25th, 2013 | re: Björk Albums From Worst To Best (110 comments)

To me there is no question that Vespertine is her greatest album, by some margin. I’ve never understood why that isn’t a more prevalent view. That album is awe-inspiring, and in a totally different category from the rest of her stuff, even classics like Homogenic and Post.

 +1Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best New Order Songs (87 comments)

Substance is undoubtedly the best starting place. To be followed by Technique and PC&L. But all their studio records prior to Republic are essential (the rest are great as well, but the classics end with Technique).

 +1Posted on Jan 25th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best New Order Songs (87 comments)

Whoops, brain cloud, meant “Leave Me Alone”, not “We All Stand”