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Just a few days ago I had a revelation that Starbucks sucks. Their coffee is not good and most of their food is terrible. I think the only thing I like is the cheese danish and I am way into cheese danishes. I’ve been noticing a lot of ads for Peet’s in Chicago recently. Peet’s is the shit, as of right now I only know of one Peet’s in Chicago. I hope they take over. From what I understand they are a pretty big deal in San Fran, I mean they are a big enough corporation so maybe they can pull it off. Give me one reason why every Starbucks shouldn’t be replaced by Peet’s.
She’s my wife man, she don’t do that no more. :(
The wife and I were singing “dick in her mouth” all weekend.
Not really interested in hearing about The War on Drugs playing anything except a song called “Mark Kozelek can Eat a Turd Burrito”
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.
Gonna go out on a limb and say she is probably a lot more interesting than his last girlfriend.
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.
This video should have been included in the post.
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.