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 0Posted on Oct 7th | re: The War On Drugs - "Tangled Up In Blue" (Bob Dylan Cover) (12 comments)

Not really interested in hearing about The War on Drugs playing anything except a song called “Mark Kozelek can Eat a Turd Burrito”

 0Posted on Oct 6th | re: Mark Kozelek, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down (120 comments)

He seems like one angry dude

This feud has been played out for over a week now. I doubt the guys from War On Drugs give a shit at this point. Mark Kozelek seems like a wierdo.

 +10Posted on Sep 29th | re: FKA Twigs Harassed By Racist Robert Pattinson Fans (4 comments)

Gonna go out on a limb and say she is probably a lot more interesting than his last girlfriend.

 0Posted on Sep 27th | re: Chocolate And Cheese Turns 20 (22 comments)

Had literally the exact same thought this morning as I was listening to GWS:TO for the first time in a while. Love Golden Greats but its too straightforward to be on the same level as some of their other albums.

 +3Posted on Sep 26th | re: Chocolate And Cheese Turns 20 (22 comments)

This video should have been included in the post.

 +3Posted on Sep 26th | re: Chocolate And Cheese Turns 20 (22 comments)

A lot of it comes down to whether you prefer Ween as a duo or a full band, although you seem to be a little all over the place since The Mollusk and Pure Guava are your favs. To me those first three albums had a lot of their most brilliant moments, but also a little too much filler.

As far as ranking albums goes, there isn’t really a right or wrong(as long as La Cucaracha is near the bottom). Chocolate and Cheese is the one that I guess would be the most mainstream and the one a new fan should probably listen to first so I could see a hardcore fan turning on it, but i don’t think saying it is bottom half is all that absurd.

For the record I was totally cool with Quebec as # 1 in that list. The Argus and If You Could Save Yourself… back to back was the best closing to an album since Abbey Road.

 0Posted on Sep 12th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (198 comments)

Sometimes I think about how into tupac and biggie I was in high school and college(I was more into them after they died) and how I never really listen to them anymore. IDK what my point is, I can say I’ve made 2 comments on this post and haven’t even clicked the ready to die one yet(I still might…)

 +3Posted on Sep 12th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (198 comments)

Anyone else think they didn’t release their second great album until last year?

 +13Posted on Aug 21st | re: Morrissey Details Label's "Botched" Album Launch In Latest Screed (16 comments)

Starting to wonder if Morrissey might be a pain in the ass