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Well, it’s accurate shit.
Actually, you did misrepresent DeRogatis’ article, as he did not, as you state, “[draw] parallels between Keef’s rise and the Connecticut kindergarten massacre.” He didn’t do that. When he speaks about it, only in the first five or so sentences of his article, he essentially states his position that he thought that any album that glorifies the profligation of violence, especially in the context of the murders in Newtown, would have been universally condemned.
That’s a lot different than drawing parallels, and that’s just not arguing semantics or splitting hairs.
I hope that by some sort of time eddy, I manage to get this LP sooner. I know that it really wants to be my summer album.
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Stereogum says, “We’re so upset with HP that we’re going to give them more coverage and even repost their ad.” Brilliant.
Would be nice if I could actually download the song.
I, for one, am surprised it’s not doing better. I can’t remember how many times Spidey was battling Doc Connors or Kingpin and I found myself thinking that these characters really need to break into song.