Erick Hamme

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Ya it’s not that great.

My thing. Best beats in music. Worst lyrics. So much cognitive dissonance.

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June 16, 2013 on Kanye West Yeezus Comment Party

Your breath is fucking terrible.

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March 19, 2013 on The Strokes Comedown Machine Comment Party

That’s my list too. Also Happy Ending. Man is that some kind of pop song.

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March 19, 2013 on The Strokes Comedown Machine Comment Party

When are people going to realize that the use of synths is not an imitation of 80’s music but rather an aspect of the current style of music at this moment in history?

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March 18, 2013 on The Strokes Comedown Machine Comment Party

This album sounds like a band that has once again decided to be intentional with the art they’re making. No throwaways here. God love em, the Strokes are back!

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March 18, 2013 on The Strokes Comedown Machine Comment Party

Like ize of the world brought down to a micro level.

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January 27, 2013 on The Strokes – “One Way Trigger”

Find a job
Find a grave?
Find a home
Find a dog
Settle down
Out of town
Find a dream
Shut it down.

Rock on fellas. 2013 is suddenly looking up.

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January 25, 2013 on The Strokes – “One Way Trigger”

Andre 3000 is still the best rapper alive. On another note, check out the Official (unofficial) RON PAUL 2012 PLAYLIST here

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February 27, 2012 on Gorillaz – “DoYaThang” (Feat. James Murphy & Andre 3000)
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February 27, 2012 on Stereogum Monthly Mix: February 2012

It seems like Coldplay has decided to go with the “Go big or go home” model. After listening to this I think it might be time for them to head home.

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October 17, 2011 on Coldplay Mylo Xyloto Comment Party

Yea only dudes with low standards listen to Nirvana. Seriously.

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April 12, 2011 on Coldplay Fans Don’t Put Out

You know, this album could never be” is this it”. No album ever will be again, just for the sheer fact that it was a moment in time that honestly had other issues in play. People often forget who the Strokes stood as the antitheses of when “is this it” hit. That’s right, five guys, tight jeans.. ring a bell? N SYNC… I’m not saying the Strokes stole any of their fans, but they stood in defiance of all a bubble gum pop phenomena that had literally swept the nation (into a state of collective nausea.) The Strokes were what we needed right then, right there. Now, we don’t need them as much, but they are just as good.
In the words of so many crazed fanboys at the release of King of Limbs, “Listen again.” Listen to Machu Pichu’s layered guitar plucks, and then layered rolling riff. Listen to how clean and concise the song writing is. Listen to Julians tortured yelps on several of the tracks. Just because their sound changes doesn’t always mean it’s for the worse. This is an album full of summer jams. This is the way The Killers Hot Fuss should have sounded. Listen again on Metabolism where Julian brings back his is this it style vocals. What I’m trying to say is this album has a lot hidden in there. it’s 630 in the morning and I have to drive 2 hours to work and 2 hours home and so I’ve gotten that chance, and thankfully for me, this has been just what I needed as Spring draws near. Gratisfaction

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March 17, 2011 on Stream The Strokes Angles

Yoooouuu guys are the reason this site is dying. But, it’s ok. The Strokes don’t make music for you all. The Strokes are Beer and Cigarettes. You guys are like, I don’t know… Some really awesome drink that I don’t even know about.
But like I said, it’s cool. I’ll be enjoying this catchy, unpredictable, and dare I say cohesive album, while you all sit around sad because it didn’t take you there, when the truth is, you never really wanted to go in the first place.

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March 15, 2011 on Stream The Strokes Angles