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Now this is a list I can agree with, as apposed to the one posted in the article above!
His comment makes no sense, “George Bush and oil money and Obama and no money”, what do Jews have to do with that?
Also, there are black Jews. I guess Kanye’s never heard of Sammy Davis Jr. or Drake.
Wow, there is a lot of reverb on that roof!
Except for the Flat Duo Jets, there aren’t a lot of guitar and drum duos that come to mind, so I don’t blame Jack for thinking the Black Keys ripped him off. I mean even their name seems like an unoriginal variation of The White Stripes. The Black Keys debut came out about a year after White Blood Cells, which was the White Stripes breakthrough album, so I think influence was definitely there.
This show was on Saturday night not Friday night as mentioned in the article.
This is more like it.
Am I the only one puzzled by The Boy with the Arab Strap being beaten out by Dear Catastrophe Waitress and The Life Pursuit? Those are pretty good albums, but they’re kind of patchy compared to Arab Strap, which in my opinion does not have any weak moments. Even “A Space Boy Dream” works in the running order as nice little intermission between the first and second halves of the album.
I kept waiting for the sword fight at the end, but it never happened!
Nice to see “Clover Over Dover” on this list. I’ve always thought that was one of the best songs on Parklife.
He played on Pet Sounds.
Technically, David Bowie’s first single came out in 1964, so would Low really count “10 years into his career”?
The mainstream embraced a crappy band? Shocker!