g zuss

Comments from g zuss

i thought the same thing lechuck. the real loser here is stereogum for it’s weak attempt to turn a simple, controversial opinion into race baiting.

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July 31, 2015 on Blur’s Graham Coxon Thinks Kanye West Is “A Big Fucking Idiot”

i saw him on tour or whatever it is that comedians do last year. man, i wish i could have that time and money back.

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July 29, 2015 on Janis Ian Shares Traumatic Personal Story About Bill Cosby

keef shouldn’t waste another day with the stones.

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July 27, 2015 on Keith Richards – “Trouble” Video

i have to give bobby a lot of credit for fighting his own demons as these horrible events happen to him. i don’t know how well he’s succeeding but he’s still standing.

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July 27, 2015 on Bobby Brown Releases Statement About Daughter Bobbi Kristina’s Death

whatever brings this great song off that great album back around is good to me. i can’t say i liked too true all that much. but since dee dee blew her voice out on the only in dreams material she gets a pass.

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July 21, 2015 on Dum Dum Girls – “Coming Down” Video Version 2 (Stereogum Premiere)

great, great band. i’m fortunate to have seen them live.

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July 17, 2015 on INXS Albums From Worst To Best

Also, the two covers albums are really good and the two full length demo albums for little hells and s/t may surpass the official versions.

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July 17, 2015 on Marissa Nadler – “Solitude” (Black Sabbath Cover)

Oh my word. Two of my absolutely favorite things in the world combined into one.

Blochead, every Marissa Nadler album is very very good to excellent. I listened to July for a year straight. You can’t go wrong with Marissa. She’ll coax you into jumping off a cliff. Another one to check out is a woman that she worked with a few years ago. Emily Jane White. Both of these women are phenomenal and devastating.

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July 17, 2015 on Marissa Nadler – “Solitude” (Black Sabbath Cover)

crime and violence is what many of these nola rappers know. b.g. is in jail, juvenile’s daughter was murdered by her own half brother at the age of 4. who knows what birdman and slim have done? it’s amazing wayne made it out alive.

the new orleans rap scene is a human tragedy. no limit is practically a cemetary/prison. the best rapper from that scene is underground in a casket. r.i.p. soulja slim.

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July 17, 2015 on Cash Money Records Suing Tidal, Jay Z For $50M Over The Free Weezy Album

don’t be doggin h&o..

regarding #2-the history of rock & roll is his-story.

i’m in my early 40’s. does that make my opinion about music more valid than those younger than me? no. it’s all subjective. you may groove off of merzbow and i’m digging emily jane white. as neil young said, “it’s all one song”.

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July 15, 2015 on Lars Ulrich Loves Streaming, Hates Modern Music

he drew the shortest straw.

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July 10, 2015 on Duh, No Kid Rock Will Not Denounce The Confederate Flag

ok, confederate flag down. next mission, lower the texas state flag from it’s equal status to the american flag.

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July 10, 2015 on Duh, No Kid Rock Will Not Denounce The Confederate Flag

sometimes donna hit it. sometimes you want to hit donna.

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July 9, 2015 on Alex Bleeker Reviews The Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well Shows

unlike the stones for the past 35 years keef knows how to make a good album.

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July 9, 2015 on Keith Richards Announces First Solo Album In 23 Years

this article may be triggering? sorry, you don’t have to be a victim of sexual abuse to be absolutely angered and disgusted by this piece. the article is revolting no matter who you are if you have any respect for yourself and others.

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July 9, 2015 on Runaways Bassist Speaks For The First Time About Being Raped By Kim Fowley In Front Of Her Bandmates

what a great review.

i was at night 2 in santa clara. the reviewer is right. it’s the closest i’ve felt to the dead since jerry died. i feel so fortunate to have been able to go. i said goodbye and it felt o.k. not that i won’t be listening to the dead for the rest of my life but when jerry died it was a cold ending. this one was a warm, enveloping ending. i took no drugs, drank no alcohol yet the show was transcendent. it wasn’t the best show or the tightest show. but that sound. that dead sound. it was in the air. trey copped jerry on two songs but found his own way in the rest. and he was still part of the sound. i’m so thankful they decided to do these shows.

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July 8, 2015 on Alex Bleeker Reviews The Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well Shows

i’ve never gotten past the singles and it wasn’t until the last few years when i started to appreciate them. being a middle aged gen x’er, grohl will always be the nirvana drummer to me even though the foo are huge and ubiquitous. i certainly don’t think he should have hung it up just because kurt died. but kurt died so i moved on in a different direction musically.

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July 4, 2015 on Foo Fighters Turns 20

I was witness to one of the final vh shows of the 2004 tour in bozeman, mt. eddie was completely hammered. he is a fuckin’ liar and his performance on that night was a musical shit splatter. if it wasn’t for michael anthony playing the role of bouncer on stage keeping drunk ass eddie away from sammy there would be more than a third of a tongue missing from that asshole’s mouth. unfortunately, eddie is representative of many alcoholics. unable to accept personal responsibility and shifting blame to others.

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June 21, 2015 on Sammy Hagar Defends Michael Anthony: “Fuck You Eddie Van Halen … You’re A Liar”