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 +1Posted on Oct 14th | re: David Bowie - "Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)" (8 comments)

It’s very Black Saint and the Sinner Lady at times. Which is of course a very good thing.

 0Posted on Sep 16th | re: Win The Beatles In Mono 14-LP Vinyl Box Set (1455 comments)

Revolver

Slide Away

running to stand still, if you will.

 0Posted on Aug 21st | re: The 10 Best Arctic Monkeys Songs (67 comments)

Suck it and See is a great album. I’m with you there. I like Humbug, but if I had to rank their albums, it’s probably still last. Just goes to show how consistent they’ve been.

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 -2Posted on Aug 6th | re: Tom Petty Albums From Worst To Best (67 comments)

Watermelon is worthless. Too much water, not enough melon. And those weird white seeds . . . don’t even get me started on that shit.

Unless of course it’s satellite radio and you’re listening to the VU station. Maybe you’re right about people still finding them avant-garde, but I don’t. And believe me, that is NOT a knock on them. They’re one of my 10 favorite bands ever.

this isn’t avant-garde. Avant-garde is (and has always been) a relative term. What was avant garde in the 60s is no longer shocking. The Velvet Underground were even considered avant garde for a while! Ha! These days I put on a VU record and it sounds so normal that people barely notice it.

Is it really that unbelievable that people think this sounds bad? It might have “artistic merit” but there’s just no technical prowess (on Yoko’s part). I would venture to say that her role isn’t even musical. It’s almost spoken word (or screaming word as it were). When I hear this, all I can think is how it might sound nice if there was singing (in-key) over YLT’s performance instead of Yoko. If I’m presented with either howling over good music or singing over good music, I’ll always choose the latter. And I’m 100% sure the majority of music fans would too. So, in summary, it’s more unbelievable that a person would like this than not. Oh, and you’re content going through life “appreciating” art? I’d much rather feel it fully and actually enjoy it than simply “appreciate”