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 +8Posted on Oct 20th | re: Taylor Swift - "Welcome To New York" (54 comments)

I hope they never ever get back together.

Great News! What a way to start the week.

 +6Posted on Oct 19th | re: Sleater-Kinney - "Bury Our Friends" (18 comments)

Hell Yes! What a great song! This is a band I miss so much. I moved to Portland shortly after Dig Me Out was released and I saw them every chance I got but it was never enough. Whatever they decide to do is just fine by me but a new album and perhaps a chance to see them live again would be a dream come true.

 0Posted on Oct 15th | re: Meow The Jewels Is Happening (49 comments)


 +18Posted on Oct 15th | re: Meow The Jewels Is Happening (49 comments)

 -3Posted on Oct 14th | re: Greg Ginn Accused Of Child Abuse By Ex-Wife (9 comments)

A woman expressing her objections to the behavior of a man. How dare she.
This comments section should blow up any second now.

 +8Posted on Oct 14th | re: Taylor Swift - "Out Of The Woods" (8 comments)

I thought the same thing. I was also reminded of The Promise by When In Rome for some reason. It has a bit of an 80′s vibe. This song sounds like about 10 other songs. I guess that makes sense if it is the most indicative of the album as a whole.

 +3Posted on Oct 10th | re: Aphex Twin Albums From Worst To Best (33 comments)

Oh, lists. I’ve been a fan since the early years and while I think Richard D. James Album is probably his greatest work I go back to SAW II and I Care Because You Do the most now. As much as I love SAW 85-92, it never feels cohesive to me and I rarely listen to it all the way through. Interesting choice for #1. I would have put Drukqs and The Tuss ahead of Surfing though. What a discography!

 0Posted on Oct 9th | re: Sun Kil Moon - "War On Drugs: Suck My Cock" (147 comments)

That’s just a little bit more than the law will allow.

Thanks Spenny. It is just that, a deflection. I’m sure M.K. knew he was being offensive and he did it on purpose. Anyone, including M.G., has a right to then be offended and call him out. That is what free speech is all about. People crying political correctness don’t want to engage in a discussion about why something might be offensive or hurtful, they just want you to stop expressing your opinion and feel bad about doing so in the first place.