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 +1Posted on Oct 17th | re: Foo Fighters - "Something From Nothing" (56 comments)

Read all the comments, then listened, and therefore actually kind of enjoyed it. Nickelback, nah, cos they usually have a hook. Yes, this doesn’t cos of the different-to-normal song structure.
It’s FF, is all it is. This is what they do. Start out slow or medium, rev up, Dave yells, they rock on, and fade out.

 0Posted on Oct 7th | re: Mark Kozelek, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down (120 comments)

I’ve not deified anyone, nor did I say I had. My point is that our ‘heroes’ … whether musical, political, sporting, academic, whatever … are simply people, like the rest of the world, and therefore open to mistakes.

 -2Posted on Oct 7th | re: Mark Kozelek, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down (120 comments)

It’s sad when your heroes turn out to be flawed humans.

 -1Posted on Oct 6th | re: Mark Kozelek, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down (120 comments)

Reporting on someone is different to stirring the shit.

 +7Posted on Oct 2nd | re: The 10 Best KISS Songs (33 comments)

Next … Stereogum, you need a Queen from best to worst. I’d read that

 +1Posted on Oct 2nd | re: Watch Ryan Adams Finally Cover Bryan Adams' "Run To You" (5 comments)

Same. Also, never noticed the typeface thing.

 +3Posted on Sep 25th | re: The Kinks Albums From Worst To Best (32 comments)

Come home from work, put on Aphex Twin. Fire up Stereogum to find this. It’s a pretty good way to end the day.

 0Posted on Sep 23rd | re: Damien Rice - "I Don’t Want To Change You" (3 comments)

Love this guy. His first album especially is one of my all-time favourites. Eight years is a long time between albums … builds some expectation, that’s for sure

 +3Posted on Sep 16th | re: Sun Kil Moon: "The War On Drugs Can Suck My Fucking Dick" (67 comments)

It’s kind of the music festival equivalent to ‘turn that music down, young people’.

 +1Posted on Sep 15th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (24 comments)

Nick Cave is a perfect one too – not just musically, but expanding what he does into screen writer and scoring movies