the Corgan quote is just mind-boggling. Pavement got back together and toured to give the people what they want–a stroll down memory lane while simultaneously capitalizing on their cultural relevance. Additionally, Malkmus still continues to make well-received music under his own name because he rightfully realizes Pavement was more than just him. Conversely, Corgan continues to tour and record irrelevant music under the Smashing Pumpkins moniker, yet he’s the only remaining member of the original lineup. Who’s the cash grabber again?
wait, i need help. literally hardwired or figuratively hardwired?
and if you’re really up for it, you can checkout the final product on 2012′s Lonerism ;)
…but if it gets me to my PR in this year’s 5k, i’m down.
alternatively, this new album could be a bowl of Chalula sprinkled with Butterfinger, which is a combination i haven’t tried but scares me in an exciting way.
in any case, i’ve been running to Your A Woman I’m a Machine for nigh on 9 yrs. i can’t wait to pop this into my Sony MD player and really go for it in this year’s Turkey Trot and Jingle Bell Run.
dtits, you’re correct. Sebastian’s solo was …aight. however, MSTRKRFT defies your categorization. but i think we can all agree that Springsteen is good like a butterfinger and Sonic Youth is good like Chalula. so it follows that this album will be a butterfinger lightly or heavily garnished in Chalula, which is what i eat for dessert everynight.
Song Sung Blue
Layne Staley’s back from the grave and he’s gone straight edge.