This was my favorite Oscars after 1992 when Unforgiven won and Pharrell performed 24 hours of Rump Shaker.
Bono and Pharrel had a 90s baby.
HoC is great too, but I’d do True Detective since it’s only 8 episodes and the season is self-contained.
If you watch it without knowing what’s going on he just looks like the slowest audio repairman ever.
He is the beginning and the end, the alpha and the omega, not begotten not made.
Too bad he grew from troll to straight-up lunatic. For some reason he was tolerated here and he took it for granted. Now he sits alone in the dark whispering through clenched teeth, “you win, raptor jesus”
“Kurt Cobain was a hero to some but he didn’t mean shit to me” -that newscaster
So the new Barenaked Ladies must’ve been 51, then?
Oh, Michael_, you’re my indie crush.
♫And ahhhhh I’ll tell you something ♫ I hop you’ll unerstaaaand ♫ I’ll kiss your open sores♫
I wonder if this album will be released on vinyl.
You guys are forgetting my *Nsync CD which my sister drew sharpie dicks all over.
I know I haven’t commented on this site since the Coolidge administration, back when Scott’s great-grandfather told Blind Lemon Jefferson to quit his day job, but I have a suggestion:
Why not limit the Lowest voted to 1 post or maybe even get rid of it all together? This week is kind of different because of the Dave Matthews’ Band thing but it seems like every week there’s someone specifically trying to get lowest voted and it makes an annoyance out of trying to follow the conversation. Just a suggestion. I still love the site, just think Shut up Dude can be improved.
And yet no 311.
What makes it a good album?
I never understood the fascination with Tyler the Creator. I love Frank Ocean and the beats are alright but OFWGKMFKNDJHWIDKKMFDMLRDAKJLKAKJL always seemed as fabricated as Lana Del Ray to me. Not to say he is terrible but there are tons of rappers more interesting than him out there.
Sam here. Unfortunately too many people also agree with you as I’ve been trying to find tickets online for their tour and have had no luck yet.
I get why Patrick Carney would hate to be lumped in with Nickelback and I think it’s actually good for music that Carney speaks about this. It’s not two equal bands fighting with each other. I really doubt there exists anyone who equally likes a genuinely good rock band like The Black Keys and a band that writes sad blingee soundtrack dribble.
There are tons of places that would hire a rock star/feminist icon in New York. Of course maybe if the feminist icon is complaining about not being able to find a job because she can’t make coffee, maybe she’s not such a good feminist icon after all.