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Adam Levine does a terrible Michael Jackson and Jimmy Fallon doesn’t know the difference between Iggy Azalea and Charlie XCX. Good to know.

 +1Posted on Aug 27th | re: AC/DC Albums From Worst To Best (40 comments)

“…once you become a serious fan, it’ll grow and grow in your estimation…”

I guess our fandom just isn’t serious enough. :\

 +5Posted on Aug 27th | re: AC/DC Albums From Worst To Best (40 comments)

Putting ‘Highway to Hell’ that low on the list is just ridiculous. You might personally take offense to Mutt Lange’s influence, but there’s no way it’s not in a two-way tie for #1 with ‘Back in Black’.

‘Powerage’? Gimme a break. Objectivity went right out the window with that placement.

 +8Posted on Aug 6th | re: Marianne Faithfull Knows Who Killed Jim Morrison (9 comments)

And why is she only now talking about this 43 years later?

“Marianne Faithfull has a new album called Give My Love To London coming out on 9/29.”

Oh, right. Now it all makes sense…

Meh. Would have been better as a full Beck record.

 0Posted on Jun 25th | re: Afropunk 2014 Lineup (2 comments)

100% chance D’Angelo cancels last minute

Pretty fantastic! Although, Under Pressure is a little ambitious for a bar band. I grew up around dudes in bar bands and they rarely strayed beyond your basic Van Halen, AC/DC, Zeppelin, Kiss, Metallica territory.

 +4Posted on Jun 10th | re: Nicki Minaj - "Pills N Potions" Video (1 comments)


 +38Posted on Jun 4th | re: Don Henley's Still Pissed At Frank Ocean, And Okkervil River, Too (146 comments)

In other news: Cranky old man is cranky, old.

The Nirvana performance was pretty disappointing. Joan Jett over-enunciated every word in ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’. Kim Gordon’s voice was completely shot and way off-key. Annie Clark was far too restrained, totally sucking the life out of ‘Lithium’. And Lorde was just a really bizarre choice. From her overly-affected vocal style to the ridiculous posturing, her whole performance was a joke.

I hope the afterparty at St. Vitus was better than this. Maybe they should have just had John McCauley front the whole set instead.