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agreed. they had an era where i was into everything they did- yyy’s, machine, fever to tell, is is, all the b-sides from that era. i’ve definitely grown to love show your bones, still am lukewarm to it’s blitz! and maybe the only person that didn’t think mosquito was as horrible as pitchfork made it out to be.
EMA seems very stoic when performing, Karen O always has that strange but great smile she cracks when she’s doing her thing.
i get what you’re saying and i wonder what EMA would say to being compared to Karen O. my money is that she’d be pretty flattered. i always thought that the past martyred saints cover was an homage to yyy’s first ep cover. karen o has been one of my favorite 00′s lead singers and EMA might have been influenced by her but each musician is their own entity.
I recently found a copy of dummy in the used vinyl section of the music shop and couldn’t fathom why somebody would let their copy go.. Then I indulged myself with listening 3 times back to back when I brought it home with the thought mine now, losers weepers. I’m a selfish man.
i feel like lese majesty is initially a headphone album or for listening to while driving alone in your car. i understand the “not something to be in the mood for often” sentiment, though. i definitely had to spend some time with it before it started receiving regular plays on my itunes. black up had me from the get go, lese majesty was more of a grower.
stepbrothers- lord steppington, schoolboy q- oxymoron, kool a.d.- word ok, the underachievers- cellar door, madlib- rock conducta are all pretty worthy. i surprised cellar door isn’t being championed more, that record is amazing..
fuck yeah! its so mean!
who cares about what gene simmons has to say? you washed up son, but hey cool hair bro.
i gotta man crush..
rad! didn’t know they were putting new shit out this year.. am i ready?