of course i’m gonna choose freedom 90
Blackout from Heroes. Because it is awesome.
Then you must have gotten the british version of the single.
I believe the going big thing is a double edged sword, for one the band is making more money that they can use to make more great music, and more people are hearing their greatness.
On the other hand, all genres get their time in the sun eventually. And i think what most indie fans fear(I know I do) about their genre getting big is that more people who only want to make money will start basterdizing the genre for a hit. Like what happened in the early 90′s with alternative music, while some bands who truly deserved it got big, even more who didn’t got big by making a half-hearted version of it.
Does anyone else find it funny/sad that two of the contenders for album of the year are from last year.
Thing is I actually really liked “Pork and Beans” and the decomposed version was also great. But, this version is just……meh’. Maybe if this version had more flute it would be better, Weezer needs less Lil’ Wayne and more flutes.
Thanks for the link. Though i hope this is more campfire songs and less danse manatee. As thanks you get five points and a cookie.
That last comment is a reply to Tuddle, sorry for the mistake.
i see your logic and agree, I’m hoping that this will do the same for Grizzly Bear, Bon Iver, and all the other bands who aren’t already famous on that album what Garden State did for the Shins. I find it fun to imagine the look on the face of a Twilight fan who is listening to the album without any preface to most of the bands on the soundtrack. A look of surprise that will either lead to loving these bands(fingers crossed), or hiding in the walk-in closet