Wow. We are getting desperate for these types of articles if we are resorting to aesop rock albums. Does anyone REALLY want to sit through an Aesop Rock album all the way through? Or do you just listen to it because you think you are supposed to like it?
If you are a heterosexual male, a pic of an attractive girl naked in the shower is always sexual. sorry to break that to you.
Can we all just give up the charade? Can we all just quit lying to ourselves and to each other. Can we all just admit…. that LIVE RAP SUCKS
Blatant troll to leave “juicy” off. Also where the hell is gimme the loot and everyday struggle. In fact why the hell is life after death represented more than ready to die? I usually don’t get too upset at stuff like this but this is a blatant troll and i’m PISSED. Or even worse, it’s written by someone who never even listened to biggie until 2011. That’s actually probably the case. The author has no clue or context about when he first came out with “ready to die.” Maybe you could write the same article for nas and basically ignore illmatic. Or Wu tang and ignore 36 chambers? what a JOKE article.
Do you have anything better to do than to troll Tegan and Sara articles?
I usually don’t get too worked up about these lists but this one is terrible. He concentrated way too much on speakerboxx/the love below. The 2 most glaring omissions are “the art of storytellin” and “elevators.” Come on man.
I wanted to reply to your long post but there was no “reply” button. But here goes: Why do you have to over analyze it? What’s wrong with just making good catchy songs? This isn’t about re-inventing the wheel and who cares if it has electronics and can’t “rock their way out of a paper bag?” The songs are good. End of story.
I’m not a big death cab fan but I think “transatlanticism” is an amazing album
I agree with you.
I’m looking forward to a lot of these. But I’m surprised RiFF RAFF isn’t listed considering he is the greatest human being ever