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Exactly. The ‘reporter’ didn’t even move the microphone to her own mouth as she spoke.
No idea why, but it reminded me a lot of this for some reason:
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: This is the work of Gene Parmesan.
I thought Federer’s strength was his crushing forehand? Nadal was more of a backhand smash player.
On second thought, almost any song from the incredible Office Space soundtrack would do the trick. “Down for Whatever” or “Damn it Feels Good to Be a Gangsta” would make me feel pretty smooth at the plate.
I love this, actually! I’d start at about 0:40 of “Here Come the 7,000 Frogs” by Naked City. Haha no but seriously, I’d lose my shit at a game if a player came out to something like “Still” by Geto Boys (baseball bat/printer scene from Office Space) or “On a Rope” by Rocket from the Crypt (isn’t hitting it ‘on a line’ or ‘on a rope’ or something a baseball phrase?).
I’m torn, guys… After listening to m b v the past few days, it’s obvious to me I really love it, especially the latter 1/3. But I just put on Loveless for the first time since m b v dropped, and it’s so instantly gratifying–I don’t have to ‘strain’ as much to love it as it is pure bliss. Is Loveless that much better or am I just approaching this the wrong way (does one have to be better than the other?)
Staring at the 403 page thinking to myself, Never expected Shields to go all minimalist on us…
Who updates Wikipedia pages so quickly?
Listening to “To Here Knows When” while being a part of this momentous occasion makes me feel like I’m ascending to Heaven.
I also feel like the entire Brotherhood album is vastly underrated in their discog.
I kinda like “The Beach” better than “Blue Monday”
One of the highlights of the entire Smiths catalog is hearing Moz and the boys do Elvis’ “His Latest Flame” and going into Rusholme Ruffians.
I have to say, every Smiths album at one point has been my favorite. The question is which one has spent the MOST time as my favorite, and I think it’s Meat is Murder. I was in Manchester last month in Craig Gill’s car, and dammit if he wasn’t playing “Barbarism Begins at Home”!
That guy has been on a Twitter roll.
Yeah that’s shocking.
Can’t really complain, but I was hoping to see Swans top at least one list.
Around the time “The Apostate” hit the 19-minute mark, I thought of “Here Come the 7,000 Frogs” by Naked City. MG and Eye must have the same vocal coach.
Regarding the album cover: This is why Wookiees and Ewoks shouldn’t interbreed.
This album is far from a dream come true… This thing is the goddamn theme to my nightmares’ nightmares (I mean that in a VERY good way)!
What we all feel like doing to this list after seeing all the brilliant songs left off:
I can obviously go on about all the songs that should’ve been on this list, but it looks like that is being taken care of. The fact that there can be SO MANY different possible top-10 Wilco songs for so many different people only speaks to the band’s sheer fucking genius catalog.
I’ll always pay attention to Morrissey. Even if what he says is sometimes nonsensical, it’s eloquently nonsensical (and usually amusing). And it’s not like he’s releasing these statements straight to music news outlets–just to a fan site. Far from a cry for attention.