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If nothing else, this piece has brought my attention to the sub-genre blog-house, of which I'd never heard until today.
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July 8, 2017 on For Emma, Forever Ago Turns 10
But FWIW, I turned 20 in 1997. And when I first heard that bit in Android, when the guitar comes in at 2.40, I just felt the air knocked out of me and nothing else I'd heard that year seemed to matter. Except the Boatman's Call, of course
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July 1, 2017 on OK Computer Turns 20
Ah, memories
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July 1, 2017 on OK Computer Turns 20
Though, time IN your hands would be quite the achievement and an admirable thing to wish for as well
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May 15, 2017 on Radiohead Fan Makes Pilgrimage To Hilton Hartford
Mother for sure. Also The Fletcher Memorial Home a bit. This is genuinely great.
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May 8, 2017 on Roger Waters – “Déjà Vu”
These guys are crazy great. Nonagon Infinity is truly brilliant and one of last year's best albums. That was their eighth album, btw - since 2012.
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April 10, 2017 on King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Announce Another New Album Murder Of The New Universe
Keith Green was actually a crazy good songwriter
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April 3, 2017 on Premature Evaluation: Father John Misty Pure Comedy
When I went back and reread it, I realised I hadn't looked at any of the pink names
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March 30, 2017 on Glastonbury 2017 Lineup
I saw Dylan play a couple of years ago, and it really hit me then just how much he doesn't care about anything anyone else thinks. The show was great, though, even if the songs were virtually unrecognisable.
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March 29, 2017 on Bob Dylan To Pick Up His Nobel Prize This Weekend, Avoid Stockholm Lecture
He's genuinely great. It's hard getting into the 'Big' artists a long time into their career, cos certain songs of theirs are unavoidable and burnt into your mind. Like, try to miss Free Falling. You can't. So it sort of feels like you know his best stuff already. But with Petty, there's so much more.
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March 15, 2017 on Premature Evaluation: Spoon Hot Thoughts
And No One Gets Me But You. Which is awesome.
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March 15, 2017 on Premature Evaluation: Spoon Hot Thoughts
Like everything he's done after the Tree of Life, I'll watch this but feel so bored and amazed at what I'm seeing at the same time. He's so frustrating. I love everything up to Tree .. then after that it was really hard to finish his movies. Knight of Cups was terribly dull and pointless.
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March 14, 2017 on Song To Song Is Disappointing As Both A Musical And Personal Drama
Same. I struggled to finish it, something I'd never thought I'd say about a Malick film, even, after To The Wonder, which really wasn't great either.
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March 14, 2017 on Song To Song Is Disappointing As Both A Musical And Personal Drama
Yup, same. Listened to This Is Happening and dismissed it ... then somehow stumbled over Sounds of Silver, and went, how the hell did I ditch this?!
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March 11, 2017 on Sound Of Silver Turns 10
Love the Waterboys! Brilliant, underrated. And he's still making good records as the Waterboys now, too. Modern Blues from 2015 is great.
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March 10, 2017 on U2’s The Joshua Tree Is 30: We Ranked Its Tracks Worst To Best
Gah, Songs of Innocence ... dull, vapid and turgid. Even worse than Horizon, which is saying something. It's really interesting to read "little bit more inventive sonically", which I interpret as them admitting it was just bad.
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February 18, 2017 on U2 Will Release New Version Of “Red Hill Mining Town,” Rework Songs Of Experience With Steve Lillywhite
Yep. It's ridiculous. But I wonder if they hand-picked those bands or if they were suggested, cos of the audience the 30th anniversary of JT would attract. Either way, it really shows how much they've changed. I'd go to the show - but I'd sure as hell miss the set by OneRepublic.
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January 9, 2017 on U2 Announce The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour
Great to see this band getting some good coverage. Their last album, Nonagon Infinity, was easily one of the best of 2016. Love it
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December 22, 2016 on King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – “Nuclear Fusion”
I've not read it yet, but one of the things I loved so very much about Cohen was that he didn't really have a 'bad' album.
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November 15, 2016 on Leonard Cohen Albums From Worst To Best
All right, where's Lars and who's that old bloke behind the drums Also, that song is legitimately great.
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October 31, 2016 on Metallica – “Atlas, Rise!”
"Grizzled weirdo Tom Waits is currently embroiled in a legal battle with French circus performer Bartabas The Furious" does not at all sound like a joke when it involves Tom Waits.
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October 8, 2016 on Tom Waits In Legal Battle With French Circus Performer
There's a lot to unpack here, sort of but let's start with: "Realizing that Las Vegas ranks 49th from the top in school funding"...
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October 4, 2016 on Tool Say New Album Is Coming But Fans’ Hostile Behavior Is Not Helping
1. The Ship Song (Live version) 2. Into Your Arms 3. Brompton Oratory 4. Loverman 5. (Are You) the One That I've Been Waiting For? But that's a super hard choice.
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September 19, 2016 on Premature Evaluation: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Skeleton Tree
"Amazon’s Developing Headphones That Turn Off When Someone Calls Your Name": The exact opposite of what I want.
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August 1, 2016 on Amazon’s Developing Headphones That Turn Off When Someone Calls Your Name
Well... PJ unpluggd doesn't exist, not in an official, MTV-released capacity. There is an unofficial bootleg of it, and I think there's a DVD of it, but the sound wasn't great, which might be why it wasn't released as Nirvana's was. MTV didn't release all the performances on CD. As for which one's better ... Nirvana was, I reckon. I'm a huge PJ fan but that Nirvana performance was astonishing. Yes, it took on a new resonance when his death, and it's probably artifically enhanced people's love of it, but it is still a remarkable album.
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July 6, 2016 on Savages’ Jehnny Beth Responds To Sufjan Stevens’ Critique Of Their Album Cover