Comments from smokeallyouwantandseetheplanets

I put "John Wayne Gacy Jr" on my birthday party playlist once, which creeped me out when I thought about it later.
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May 26, 2016 on The 10 Best Sufjan Stevens Songs
Glory's always been my favorite! Only wish it were longer.
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April 26, 2016 on The 10 Best Liz Phair Songs
This is so good, Waxahatchee is perfect, I love this so much.
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February 19, 2016 on Waxahatchee – “With You” (Jessica Simpson Cover)
From the P4k review of erykah badu's recent mixtape (, this is one of the wildest things I've ever read: "Badu thought of a story Dilla's mother told her about her son's dying days, when she would find him having conversations with an unseen companion. One time, when she asked him who he was talking to, he said it was Ol' Dirty Bastard, who had died in 2004. As Badu recounted years later, Dilla explained to his mom: “He was telling me what bus to get on when I cross over. He said, ‘Don’t get on the red bus, get on the white bus. The red bus looks fun, but that’s not the one.’”"
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February 5, 2016 on Donuts Turns 10
Top 3 Favorite Album Ever w/o question
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February 5, 2016 on Donuts Turns 10
Man, Rihanna's so great - certainly there's more interesting material out there than Lame Impala that she could do a cover of.
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January 28, 2016 on Premature Evaluation: Rihanna ANTI
That's actually based on the following scene from the equally great Leos Carax film Mauvais Sang:
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January 11, 2016 on 20 Great David Bowie Moments
Tallulah - it's very important that any list of Allo Darlin' songs includes Tallulah.
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January 8, 2016 on Watch Vince Staples Discuss His Gangbanging Past On ESPN’s Highly Questionable
No Bell Witch?? That was my fave metal album of the year. My list would be: 1) Bell Witch - Four Phantoms 2) Murg - Varg & Bjorn 3) Deafheaven - New Bermuda 4) Krallice - Ygg Huur 5) Tribulation - The Children of the Night 6) Mastery - Valis 7) Bosse-de-Nage - All Fours 8) Horrendous - Anareta 9) Sannhet - Revisionist 10) Locrian - Infinite Dissolution
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December 10, 2015 on The 50 Best Metal Albums Of 2015
Lots of songs - v hard to choose: 1) The World Is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die - January 10th, 2014 2) Grimes - Flesh Without Blood 3) Sufjan Stevens - Should Have Known Better 4) Carly Rae Jepsen - Warm Blood 5) Vince Staples - Norf Norf 6) Jenny Hval - That Battle Is Over 7) Oneohtrix Point Never - I Bite Through It 8) Anohni - 4 Degrees 9) Fred Thomas - Bad Blood 10) Sicko Mobb - Rolling Stone
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December 9, 2015 on Stereogum’s 80 Favorite Songs Of 2015
Grimes - Art Angels/Flesh Without Blood
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December 8, 2015 on The Gummy Awards: Vote For The Best Music Of 2015
Good stuff! Favorite albums not included here: Elysia Crampton - American Drift Bell Witch - Four Phantoms Miguel - Wildheart Murg - Varg & Bjorn Dawn Richard - Blackheart Ashley Monroe - The Blade Jlin - Dark Energy Little Simz - A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons Krallice - Ygg Huur Visionist - Safe
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December 1, 2015 on The 50 Best Albums Of 2015
Views from the 6??????? Swish???? New Radiohead??? Riri???? (It couldn't be new Frankie O could it?) Now I'm just gonna be antsy as fuck all week
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November 3, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Young Thug Slime Season 2
Random unrelated thought: What if Rubberjohnny is actually Martin Skhreli?
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September 25, 2015 on The 5 Best Songs Of The Week
Yeah "Dear Sons and Daughters" for my money is the best song Krug ever wrote and one of the very best songs of the 2000s.
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September 25, 2015 on Apologies To The Queen Mary Turns 10
Spencer Krug is the best Spencer I know of (me included)! This and Shut Up I Am Dreaming are like the peak of mid-2000s indie rock.
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September 25, 2015 on Apologies To The Queen Mary Turns 10
Couldn't be more stoked about that new World Is a Beautiful Place album - the two tracks I've heard from it are both incredible and I'll contend Whenever, If Ever is absolutely the best product of the "Emo Revival" up to this point.
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September 11, 2015 on The 5 Best Songs Of The Week
"Their fate makes me wonder which of today’s Next Big Things we will remember with such ambivalence" - do you guys remember Cults? Also, I know this an unpopular opinion and he's probably beyond the point of being merely a next big thing, but I feel like Young Thug, while having gem verses and redeemable moments in his discography (although the one I always go back to is a Boosie feature so not even YT himself), is like this bland convergence of all sorts of otherwise exciting Atlanta rap threads (Future's descendant, hedonistic sadness, Migos' toying with rap cadences, Juicy J's zonked out humor and pop aspirations, etc) that is ephemerally interesting and altogether unmemorable for doing none of those things as well as Future, Migos, Juicy J, etc does them. IDK, that's probably just how it plays to my ears though.
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September 11, 2015 on Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Turns 10
Hehehe, somebody's been listening to a bit too much 1989 recently, I see.
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September 1, 2015 on Astronauts, etc. – “Shake It Loose”