as much as i want to like pallbearer’s last two albums i just can’t get into them. i like foundations better than sorrow but neither one of them captured the magic of the demo. i guess that’s a testament to how excellent they are.
is asking for proper labeling the same as shunning science?
if pesticide resistant food is so safe then monsanto surely wouldn’t mind accurate labeling telling the consumer if a product was grown using gmos. you know, so people can be prideful knowing that their gmo products are healthy and safe.
I’d bump s/t much farther up the list. the incredible “mama” does just enough to wipe the putrid sound of “illegal alien” from your ears. and once the relentless radio play and beer commercials faded, invisible touch became an even better album. it’s nice that michelob no longer has anything to do with a great song like “tonight, tonight, tonight”.
as a montanan i should feel outraged. but it was a fuddruckers. too bad they didn’t hit the one in bozeman too.
unlike dozens of stereogum commentators and the war on drugs….el-p gets the joke.
i’m amazed at how many people are buying this put on. koz and the war on drugs guy are laughing their asses off.
the war on drugs could use a guy like you.
look how easy it was for you to get wound up. cleveland will welcome you with open arms.
there’s no money in the high road.