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 -1Posted on Sep 26th | re: Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes Comment Party (98 comments)

I think that’s enough to convince me. Thanks!

 0Posted on Sep 26th | re: Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes Comment Party (98 comments)

I know I’m going to buy it eventually, but as someone who wasn’t that crazy about The Eraser, should I still buy it today? How does it compare?

 +1Posted on Sep 23rd | re: Kendrick Lamar - "i" (89 comments)

He used to go by K Dot before he was big.

 +2Posted on Sep 18th | re: U2 Are Planning To Save The Music Business (36 comments)

It actually sounds like the kind of thing I’d be interested in, but not interested enough to buy an iPhone or iPad.

 +5Posted on Sep 16th | re: Premature Evaluation: Alt-J This Is All Yours (16 comments)

Yessss. I’ve been listening to this and I really love it and I’m glad to see the gum does too. My favorite tracks on An Awesome Wave were the slower, softer ones, so I love that that’s the side that comes across more on the new album.

And can we talk about how stunningly gorgeous “Warm Foothills” is?!

 +1Posted on Sep 13th | re: The 5 Best Videos Of The Week (5 comments)

How come nobody mentioned how disturbing that “Grid” video was?? I was not prepared.

 +7Posted on Sep 12th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (198 comments)

It’s so funny going to that post from 2004 and seeing in the comments “All these bands are why 2004 is the worst year for music.” That comments is always going to come up, every year, and it doesn’t really mean anything, because now I look back at 2004 and see such a unified collection of sound. There really is a “sound of 2004″ for me, and so much of it is just classic.

 +3Posted on Sep 11th | re: Damien Rice - “My Favourite Faded Fantasy" (6 comments)

Whoa, this is really good.

As well is two words.

My little brother’s friend described the Miley sample in “Hunger of the Pine” like “Eating a fresh brownie with a little poop in it,” so yeah, it’s controversial among some. I love it though.
I’m also glad to hear them try and take down that story of “Left Hand Free” being written to piss of the label or make fun of American music. That didn’t really fit to me, because there are elements in that song that they’ve done before, like in “Breezeblocks.” It’s also just a fun, simple song.