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It’s emo-revival, guys! You can come out of your caves now.

 0Posted on Oct 25th | re: Led Zeppelin - "Rock And Roll" Video (7 comments)

“Going to California” is a perfect song. My favourites have always been the soft ones, or partially soft, (Ramble On, Over the Hills and Far Away, etc.). I feel you on this.

 0Posted on Oct 25th | re: Led Zeppelin - "Rock And Roll" Video (7 comments)

Yeah, same here. I don’t know why, and maybe I’m an asshole for it, but honestly if I see someone wearing a nirvana shirt on the street or hear smells like teen spirit somewhere I have an immediate distaste for them as a person. I also tend to wonder if they are stuck in time or something.

 +3Posted on Oct 25th | re: Beady Eye Break Up (6 comments)

NME must have had a heart attack.

nah, he can do his thing how he wants to do it, doesn’t need their bullshitt major label politics interfering with his music.

 0Posted on Oct 21st | re: Preview Gwen Stefani's "Spark The Fire," Produced By Pharrell (5 comments)

In terms of the scope of music this site claims to cover, it feels irrelevant to me. Let MTV and billboard cover this, I want to hear about the music that actually means something to me. I understand that this brings more of the pop audience to Stereogum’s readership but I really wish they would stop it.

 +1Posted on Oct 21st | re: Gwen Stefani - "Baby Don't Lie" Video (22 comments)

I just don’t understand why Stereogum is reporting on it. I don’t care about Gwen Stefani’s new material or album, she’s clinging to relevance by meeting current standards in pop.

I’m ok with the whole “This Week in Pop” column, but I hate how much it’s spilling into the rest of the site. These are thinly veiled commercial postings to mine eyes.

 +14Posted on Oct 21st | re: Taylor Swift - "Welcome To New York" (80 comments)

True, especially after “NYC” by Interpol, which is an untouchable song.

I really just want Lukie to stop lying about being a doctor.

 +17Posted on Oct 21st | re: Taylor Swift - "Welcome To New York" (80 comments)

The world will be a better place when Ryan Tedder stops writing every pop song ever.