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 +1Posted on Dec 21st | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (9 comments)

I’ve been waiting for this … (not in a creepy way)

 0Posted on Dec 15th | re: Billy Corgan Disses Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters On Howard Stern (55 comments)

That makes me a bit sad. Even older albums? Fair enough about Lightning Bolt, cos, well, yawnish, but other recent PJ albums have been worthwhile. So it SP if you discount Teargarden etc, etc. Now I want to send you a mixtape to remind you.

 0Posted on Dec 11th | re: Stereogum's 70 Favorite Songs Of 2014 (181 comments)

Finally people giving some love to Elbow’s album, which is an amazing album and deserves more attention in end-of-year lists

 +1Posted on Dec 9th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (70 comments)

Cheers for posting that. Just the other day I was wondering how he was going and couldn’t remember what his blog was called.

I listened to Songs From A Blue Guitar today. And I found it hard to enjoy, because I just kept thinking, but he’s a tool.

 +1Posted on Nov 21st | re: Vitalogy Turns 20 (44 comments)

I got this album at the same time as my first CD player – a mini hi-fi (and the Black album as well, same day) for my birthday. It had been out for a year already by then but I had listened to it compulsively thanks to friends.

I still remember putting this on for the first time, and pouring obsessively over the booklet.

One of my top ten albums. I just love it, so much.

 +14Posted on Nov 8th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (13 comments)

He clearly hasn’t seen it yet, or he’d be all over this page.

 +1Posted on Nov 7th | re: Miles Davis Albums From Worst To Best (115 comments)

Oh wow. Braaaaaave. Now the next three hours is set.

 -1Posted on Nov 5th | re: The Smashing Pumpkins - "One And All" (18 comments)

I liked some of the Teargarden stuff too, but it really annoyed me how upfront his vocals were.

 +3Posted on Nov 4th | re: Taylor Swift Pulls Her Music From Spotify (79 comments)

Agreed. I don’t see how someone going country to country-pop to straight-out pop is particularly influential. Shania Twain, anyone?