You know, all those people who would have bought Licensed To Ill but watched the ad instead.
There’s no way any review any concert ever given can effectively capture the event itself.
“Bowie and Radiohead are the only two holdouts”
No, Eno is representing the Bowie/Eno axis that produced the song Gabriel covered. The holdouts are Neil Young and Radiohead.
Congratulations on being the first person to ever make that joke
Bob’s Burgers is far and away the best of Fox’s animated offerings, and it’s far, far more suited for kids than American Dad.
If you think bootleg vinyl of a long-defunct postpunk band is weird, you’ve only scratched the surface.
“Then he got the thing mastered at Abbey Road. These are boss moves…”
Well, not so much a ‘boss move’ as something anyone can do.: http://www.abbeyroadonlinemastering.com/
And honestly, you’d probably get better results working closely with a mastering engineer who’ll take the time to really properly suit your music, rather than using an anonymous and expensive-for-what-you-get online service. But then, throwing that name in there obviously did hook your attention, so I guess that’s really what you’re paying for.
Not sure how anyone can legitimately declare anything “best performance of the festival” since it’s literally impossible to see every set to make an informed decision, but the best set for me was Swans.
“It’s their first album together since 1996′s Broken Arrow”
No, Greendale came out in 2003.
“It was his touring schedule that kept it from happening”
Mm, I’m sure that’s what his management told him.
Good luck with that one bra. Don’t be surprised to be laughed out of court!
Ray has “most of the songwriting credits and therefore most of the money” because he did most of the work. Dave threw in a few good tunes here and there but be real, without Ray’s songwriting the Kinks would have been as forgotten as thousands of other 60s beat combos.