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I saw Radiohead on that tour too! Also still have a vivid memory of hearing "Fell in Love with a Girl" on the radio for the first time. That was during my teenage Pixies obsession so The Kinks meets Doolittle was my idea of aesthetic perfection back then. I remember the record store clerk raving about how great White Blood Cells was when I bought it. It was all I listened to for months. Loved every song on it.
I feel like it's reached the point that the list of eligible artists from the traditonal Rolling Stone canon/classic rock radio rotation has been exhausted and the Hall classes will get progressively more interesting each year going forward. I'll stump for RATM as the most important mainstream rock band of the 2nd half of the 90s in America. They should be inducted.
I agree with all of this if we're talking about Brady in his prime but the current 43 year old version needs ideal circumstances to thrive and Tampa is one of a handful of spots in the leauge that has elite recievers, a solid running game and a good offensive line. Still the fact that he can lead any team to a SB at his age just adds to GOAT resume.
It's amazing Brady can still play at this level well into his 40s but I do think he benefits from the having the best group of skill players in the NFL and a solid OL. I don't think he'd win more than 5 or 6 games with a team like the Jags right now.
JD Considine gave Spirit of Eden a 1 star review in the 92 edition.
It's hard to determine tone on the internet. I really don't dislike anyone here. It wasn't supposed to come across as condescending.
1. I said I don't identify as right wing. If you want to label me as such that's fine. Other than voting for Ralph Nader as a teenager every vote I've cast has been Democrat. With that said by the standards of this comment section I probably am right wing. 2. This sets a precedent that people can be fired for their political beliefs. That's fair but in thie case I don't think it's warranted. 3. And this is an important one. I live in Trump country and I don't believe the majority of his supporters are white supremacists or Nazis. The ones who are should lose their jobs on those grounds. It's obviously an element of his base but not the majority of it. 4. That was unfair. I take it back. 5. If Ariel Pink is a white supremacist or a Nazi that would warrant him being dropped by his record label but I'm not sure that's the case. That goes back to point 3.
It goes in a circle to the original point in which I dont think it's fair to group all protesters or all people who have a viewpoint with other people in that group who commit acts of violence. The dislike isnt mutual as I find the posts in the thread thoughtful and I like hearing different viewpoints other than my own.
I don't identify as right wing but I do reject a liberal ideology that I personally view as for and by affluent whites. Should I lose my job too? I am being downvoted so maybe that's the case. I think the mass rejection of the election results is absurd but I don't find it intrinsically hateful hence I don't think the tens of millions of people should lose their jobs over it. Now anyone who actually stormed the Capitol or enabled it should be held accountable legally but simply rejecting the election results is no different than flat earthers to me.
Without literally claiming a conspiracy it was a a protest that showed an unwillingness to accept Trump as president. I understood it and respected it. Is everyone who thinks the election was rigged going to be fired from their job? This is just going to create more problems.
When Trump was elected legally 4 years ago there were mass protests as well. I don't think a right wing leaning company should have fired those protesters either. I absolutely agree it's a business and their call but I disagree with it.
This discussion already took place ad nauseam over the summer. Two groups of people can be part of the same protest and it's unfair to conflate the violent rioters with people who expressed their views peacefully.
It's certainly his record company's call but if he was there strictly as a peaceful protester than this seems a bit excessive to me.
"The Whole of the Moon" is an eternal anthem but I feel like it's getting close to Big Star territory where people keeping covering the same song by a band who wrote at least a dozen classics.
Fully expected this to be a Genesis cover.
"Cruel Summer" is one of my playlist staples and an easy 10. Proto-Oracular Spectacular era MGMT at its finest. I listened to a ton of 80s pop music growing up and I have no recollection of this Peter Cetera song.
I'm a Van Morrison stan who actually found the other anti-lockdown songs unintentionally hilarious but working with Eric Clapton is a bridge too far.
The title is a play off of the Machina 2 deep cut classic "Slow Dawn." Obviously threw that reference in as an easter egg for the fellow diehards.
*Night It really has been too long since I thought about this band.
I'm partial to Roaring Sea. That was the album I wanted MMJ to make as a follow up to Z.
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