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Finally someone who agrees with me. Goldsmith was a much better drummer than Hawkins. That first FF line up was by far the best one. Goldsmith was a heavy hitter and could keep up with Dave (despite Grohl thinking otherwise). The FF’s really went downhill when Taylor Hawkins joined. Just listen to them play the material from the first two albums. Hawkins drumming is way too classic rock sounding. FF’s on SNL in 1995, all the proof you need:

 0Posted on Nov 11th | re: Premature Evaluation: Foo Fighters Sonic Highways (46 comments)

Exactly. First three FF albums are great. After that there’s too much Taylor Hawkins influence. Think about it, the FF started to get pretty lame not long after Taylor Hawkins joined.

 -5Posted on Nov 7th | re: Stream Parkay Quarts Content Nausea (12 comments)

Uh no. It sounds like exactly what it is…sloppy, boring, generic indie rock. This stuff was dime a dozen on Matador records in the mid 90′s.
-20 thumbs

 +1Posted on Nov 6th | re: MTV Unplugged In New York Turns 20 (46 comments)

Just an fyi. The audio from the DVD version sounds much better than the CD. Fatter and fuller sounding. You can find a rip of the DVD audio on torrent.

Damn, Kozelek just trolled the hell out of indie blogs everywhere.

Never heard of her.

 +4Posted on Oct 22nd | re: The Smashing Pumpkins - "Being Beige" (49 comments)

What are you talking about? Mellon Collie was recorded with Flood and Alan Moulder and that album sounds great.

 +11Posted on Oct 21st | re: Taylor Swift - "Welcome To New York" (83 comments)

Sounds like a Killers b-side. And that’s not a compliment…

 +10Posted on Oct 20th | re: The Smashing Pumpkins - "Being Beige" (49 comments)

Oh yeah, because Butch Vig has sure helped the Foo Fighters not sound like Nickelback.

 +10Posted on Oct 20th | re: The Smashing Pumpkins - "Being Beige" (49 comments)

It’s better than the new Foo Fighters beige-fest.