Agreed. I can’t complain about any specific song on this list because not only are none of them not bad, they’re all great. That being said, if I had to choose my favorites, it would include less WPSIATWIN and more FWN. Also, I can definitively say there aren’t enough B-sides here. My favorites:
10) Do Me a Favour
9) No Buses
8) Despair In The Departure Lounge
7) From the Ritz to the Rubble
6) You’re So Dark
5) If You Were There Beware
4) Dance Little Liar
3) Evil Twin
2) R U Mine?
1) What If You Were Right The First Time?
Wow. This is stacked.
“…because although the spirit of 1939 Germany now pervades throughout media-brand Britain…”
Ugh, shut up.
Jamie’s one of the girls.
But I think the Kaoss pad is innovative, which is definitely something to his credit. Much like Tom Morello doesn’t have any specific traditional guitar playing which is innovative, he has the record scratch thing along with his use of the Whammy pedal, etc which elevate him to the status he deserves (because that is truly innovative).
I can definitely agree that Muse’s music has gone way downhill and their lyrics are terrible, etc etc, but you can’t deny that Matt Bellamy is a great (and somewhat innovative) guitar player who for that skill, often doesn’t get the credit he deserves.
Uh it’s kind of unbelievable that Stevie Ray Vaughan isn’t on this list. Also, I definitely think for a Rolling Stone list Jeff Beck and David Gilmour should be seriously considered.
But I think Nels Cline, Mike McCready, Matt Bellamy, Johnny Greenwood, and Mark Knopfler are all constantly underrated.
She’s gorgeous and seemingly vapid.
The fact that Pitchfork used a picture of me in the front row going crazy at Titus at Glasslands for their coverage kinda demonstrates my enjoyment of the show. It was the fifth time I’ve seen them and it continuously gets better and better. Here’s to hoping that trend continues, even without Amy.
Harmonix – Surfer Blood