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 0Posted on Apr 23rd | re: Read An Exclusive Excerpt From The Definitely Maybe 33⅓ (15 comments)

Thank you for publishing this excerpt. I will definately check it out. I love the album and I love many of the books in the series. Notorious Byrd Brothers, Pet Sounds, Bee Thousand, and Radio City had great music writing. Granted there have been some duds, but that is just like listening to music, there are going to be some crap to go with the good. It is called context.

 +4Posted on Apr 15th | re: The 10 Best Galaxie 500 Songs (36 comments)

“Blue Thunder” ?

 +1Posted on Apr 12th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (14 comments)

Ladies and Gentlemen. The Kellstud has landed. I just wish that my first comment on this list wasn’t negative. However, omitting that song was bonkers. Great writing though (as usual).

 -2Posted on Apr 4th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (163 comments)

Could not agree with you more. Good music journalism is not: “uhhh you may have noticed that I left off Teen Spririt but here are ten songs that are better.” Why is it not on the list? Explanation? Utter garbage.

 0Posted on Apr 4th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (163 comments)

What is the point of doing anything then? What is the point of having a comment section?

 +22Posted on Apr 4th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (163 comments)

Sorry but that arguement is as plainly stupid as not having “Like a Rolling Stone” in the top ten of Dylan.

 +1Posted on Apr 4th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (163 comments)

“Smells Like Teen Spirit?” Surely a band with a reletively small discography deserves to have its most recognized riff (both guitar and drums) somewhere in the top ten. Weak exclusion. We are all here commenting on this story because of that song and its un- “denial!!!!” ability.

 0Posted on Mar 27th | re: The Week In Pop: The Mis-MGMT Of Foster The People (85 comments)

FTP are a guilty “Brian Wilson approved” pleasure for me. I also have a thing for Fountains of Wayne and the Gin Blossoms, but don’t tell anyone.

 0Posted on Mar 18th | re: Stephen Malkmus Albums From Worst To Best (39 comments)

I saw him and the Jicks at Bumbershoot in Seattle right after the self-titled came out. Had a great time even though I asked the guy next to me who he was. He looked at me as if I was crazy: “havent you heard of pavement?” ha ha. Great list and write up, his solo stuff does consider special ummm… consideration.

Didn’t Kiss release a disco song? Jesus… Simmons is a tool.