Mike Barber

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I think they meant the best 500 albums by white people.
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October 25, 2013 on NME‘s Top 500 Albums Of All Time
Oh, man, what an album... one of my first CDs. The jewel case is ruined and I've had to repair the disc twice, but it's probably my most-listened-to album ever. Mayonnaise is my favourite cut on there -- I basically learned how to play guitar by figuring out that jam -- but the singles are otherworldly. Nothing sounds as much like the early-mid 90s to me as 'Today', and the video for 'Cherub Rock' seems to have been a template for a dozen or so (mostly Canadian, by my recollection) inferior rock bands to imitate -- some sorta outdoorsy studio set, odd colours and filters, and scary looking trees. God bless ye, Breihan, for taking some time to talk about this beauty of a disc
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July 26, 2013 on Siamese Dream Turns 20
That skeleton guy is instant Canadian legend Jon Montgomery, who after winning his gold medal ran through Whistler chugging a pitcher of beer singing O! Canada. It was basically the greatest moment in Canada's history, except for that time when we finally got radio (circa 2008). He's also a car auctioneer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Montgomery
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February 16, 2012 on Top Chef S09E14: Even More Boring Than The Regular Olympics!