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 +16Posted on Aug 15th | re: Q&A: Michael Cera On His Surprise Album True That (14 comments)

By that logic, Beethoven should’ve quit writing before the 9th Symphony, The Beatles post-Help! output is uninteresting, Bob Dylan’s later albums don’t deserve attention and… well, you can see what I’m getting at.

But just to clarify, your comment is, without a doubt, the most unintelligent thing I’ve read all day. Please reconsider ever commenting again.

 +7Posted on Jul 25th | re: The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (5 comments)

I’ve never been much of a Danny Brown fan, but GOD DAMN — that track doesn’t let up for a second

Personally, I think the song would be vastly improved if the creepy dude whispering “one less problem without ya” into your ear was completely dropped from the mix.

 0Posted on Jun 28th | re: Vote For The Song Of The Summer 2014 (183 comments)

I don’t really see how Nico & Vinz is eligible, considering it came out spring 2013.

 +1Posted on Jun 16th | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

Future Islands – Seasons (Waiting on You)
Duke Dumont – I Got You
Ben Khan – Youth
The New Pornographers – Brill Bruisers
Transgender Dysphoria Blues – Against Me!
Ariana Grande – Problem
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Simple and Sure

 +3Posted on Jun 16th | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

As much as I love Red Eyes, it kinda came out last year already.

 -3Posted on Apr 24th | re: Iggy Azalea Wants Fans To Stop Trying To Finger Her (48 comments)

I don’t understand why some people here are up in arms about these interviewers throwing sexually loaded questions at her – you guys are aware she devotes entire songs to topics like getting eaten out (see: “Pu$$y”), correct? Given that she’s decided to market herself entirely on her sexuality, and seems more comfortable discussing that than her actual music, I see nothing wrong with it.

That being said, this was extremely uninteresting.

 +1Posted on Apr 14th | re: Van Morrison Albums From Worst To Best (46 comments)

I find it hard to mount any sort of compelling argument against somebody who’s taken the time to listen to and review The Man’s entire discography, but… Moondance at #7? That didn’t rock my gypsy soul.