Neil McGowan

Neil McGowan

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Love J.O.Y., but as long as I live, I will never say her name right on the first try.
This is obviously the best band in history starting with the letters B-E-A.
Great song. Just wondering if the CDC has any guidelines regarding french kissing an old woman for a music video.
As much as I love Kirsty MacColl's "Days", it is itself a cover of the Kinks.
Great, now I have Conoravirus.
This song infected me like a Conoravirus. Sorry.
This might make Jerry Seinfeld want to hug her.
Almost every Sunday evening about an hour before sunset, I light a few candles, turn off the TV and my phone and all the lights, and listen to my Innocence Mission playlist until the room is completely dark, and that ritual has kept me from losing my mind.
I could swear "You Can Call me Al" was a huge number one in 1987, but it turns out it only reached #23. That's really hard to believe.
I sincerely thought by the headline that a band called Plague Outbreak was planning to start an annual Phish festival. The reality is a bit less horrifying.
Fun fact: He was Duran Duran's original singer.
I'm choosing to believe that my comment's appearance in the Top 5 of the lowest rated as confirmation that the smart people that frequent site appreciated its cleverness.
Glad to see they're now walking on the sidewalk of Ventura Blvd. instead of right down the middle of the street. Much safer!
To be fair, he was accurately pointing out that the album failed commercially, not that it was crap in general. I just wish it hadn't been so.
This comment is hidden as it has many downvotes. Click here to show it. Never mind. Despacito was better.
All About Chemistry was a criminally overlooked album. They should not have been a one-hit wonder.
This whole comment thread should be about how "If You Leave" by OMD received a 10, and how correct that is.
Does anyone remember 853-5937 by Squeeze?
As much as I appreciate this album, I wish they'd combined the best songs of their very-good two final albums into one great last album, leaving out the weaker songs from both albums. (I feel one of XTC's flaws was in constantly overloading their albums with too many songs, making them feel bulky. Skylarking was a perfect example of what could happen when they avoided that tendency.) I made a Spotify playlist of my idea of the perfect final XTC album: Apple Star Wasp Venus. Playground Stupidly Happy Easter Theatre In Another Life Knights in Shining Karma Green Man Your Dictionary We're All Light I'd Like That I Can't Own Her Church of Women Harvest Festival The Wheel and the Maypole Thirteen songs is still a lot, but they're all fantastic.