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interesting how a good 2/3 of this is from last year…
the gay parade is a lo-fi classic and one of my favorite albums of all time.
it deserves way better than #8.
unpopular opinion put… any love for 40 Mark Strasse?
also Australia is in my top 3 songs of all time for sure.
this is radio clash?
Andrew Bird, anybody? Break It Yourself is one of his best in a career full of great albums, and yet it’s gotten so little love from every publication I’ve seen so far.
the head and the heart anyone? they’re not BAD, and they’re not quite as divisive as mumford (despite that one pitchfork review) but they are essentially folk-pop for the smartphone ad age.
WELL HOW AM I GONNA GET MY SEVEN MARY THREE NOW?
Although most stations do play original Adele, the author means generally just club versions of non-club hits. A lot of Top 40 stations will play “remixed” versions of hits that are outside the general “untz untz” club-house format they usually play. For example, a lot of em play a remix of “Somebody That I Used To Know” which is literally just placing a club beat behind it because they feel it’d fit their format better. The writer’s point, I think, is just that pop radio loves club beats.