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Trust me, you have time for this video. Turns out a great way to start the week is with a heaping helping of guitar solos.
Came here to say: 10 years since Underscore's beef with baldi. 2012 was a landmark year for the 'Gum comment section that's for sure.
Thank you for clearing the playlist lobo. I was distracted last night watching Batman & Robin.
When it rains it pours. Sorry for your loss man.
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Considering how Alanis Morissette reacted to her documentary, can you really blame an artist to at least see the work before it's put out? I mean, it is THEIR life. I know we love shitting on "Ye" around these parts, but this seems like a no brainer / no big deal.
frog oracle is a veteran on this site. He knows what he's doing. (And also getting my upvotes)
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"their best album and I’m glad we all agree" Seems we are in the minority DeVille! Yes, Veckatimest has their most impactful singles, but that album as a whole is uneven because of how big those singles are (happens to many albums with huge singles). Shields was a level up in every way that still provided massive songs but presented a much more solid album experience. "Half Gate" into "Sun In Your Eyes" somehow managed to top the album closing run of "On A Neck, On A Spit" through "Colorado". Then don't get me started with Painted Ruins. I'm thrilled it has its fans, but good god I gave that album so many honest tries with the Rocky Mountains as a visual backdrop driving 30 minute commutes and nothing. To be fair, it had to compete with A Deeper Understanding. But if anything it proved that Shields was indeed a high water mark for GB. Also funny to consider how Yellow House and the first Beach House album came out a month apart in 2006. I recall winter of 06/07 using both albums to wind down at the end of the night. Would have NEVER guessed Beach House would be doing better than Grizzly Bear 15+ years down the line. Perhaps it's easier to churn out albums with a 2-person band than a 4-person band. Perhaps GB blew up too fast and felt the pressure of replicating past successes. Alls to say I would've been down to hear a double disc GB album. Suppose Rossen's new solo album will have to suffice. (New song does sound terrific)

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