Must ask Billy what he thinks about The War on Drugs. We might get a nice duet with Sun Kil Moon that way?
It’s a great one. This is stupidly stubborn music, but damn this is good to hear. I pressed repeat several times.
It has a distinctive Pink Floyd sound (somehow a mix of The Wall palm-muted riffs and Meddle lap-steel guitar and Division Bell smooth-and-forgettable writing and producing) but it is not completely convincing in my modest opinion.
I learnt guitar with tabs of this album back in 1995. It was a kind of joke amongst musicians to plays solos like Kurt Cobain. But when you try to reproduce those, well it is not that easy actually. He had a pretty good blues feeling. I like to remember him as a guy playing songs, great songs, written by him or by others.
Pink Floyd Worst to Best is almost ready for two years now. Yet the author still cannot decide whether Division Bell or Momentary Lapse of Reason is the worst.
This one is pretty simple
For me it goes that way
5. Not A Number
6. Not A Number
7. Not A Number
8. Not A Number
The sequence is diverging pretty much rapidly because too much drugs.
Ask Mark Kozelek
Listened to this RTJ2 album, then read the post, then read the comments.
I did the exact reverse steps for the Taylor Swift stuff.
I guess this is the difference between good beats and good buzz.
RTJ2 is some pretty incredible shit. And I press ‘repeat’ several times a day with “Early”.
The War on Cocks: Suck My Drugs
Sorry I saw your comment after I posted mine below. I did the same. But in the end I ended up listening to “Welcome to New York” and “Out of the Woods”. That is, a perfectly bad song and a pretty good one. I am confused. I might have to read the post then. Still haven’t. What shall I do? Hell, why “Out of the Woods” was not sung by Chvrches? I am lost. I am lost. Taylor Swift you devil marketing product.