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Don’t mean to be Johnny Typo-Finder over here, but I’m pretty sure you just referred Mikal Cronin as “Segall”.
My personal favourite would be Mario Kart: Double Dash, but I mean I can understand why Mario Kart 64 is the more popular one, know what I’m sayin’.
That’s the spirit! It sounds like you’re going through a pretty rough time, and having been through a few of those myself, I know it’s hard to get out of a rut once you’re in one. But I think sometimes you just gotta unplug and pin your demons to the ground. I very sincerely wish all the best for you and hope things start picking up real soon. Keep it real, Brother Barone!
Ain’t nobody slanderin’ the dino messiah.
Michael, you need to take some time off the Internet.
Mikey, baby, there’s a new MBV album, play nice.
Been waiting since the womb.
MBV-Free since ’93!
Who needs porn? Gimme Bilinda Butcher and a guitar circa 1991 any day.
In Canada, we call that the Broydrick Slide.
This comment is enhanced so much when I imagine Jake from Adventure Time saying it.
^ I can’t believe those words just came out of my mouth (fingers?)
Transparent as fuck. Respect.
Finally sittin’ at the big kids’ table.
Haha, “first-generation blog-rock” somehow pointedly sums up a certain era of my life.
Speaking of that Ian Cohen review, since when is Free Energy divisive? I find it hard to believe that there’s a group of people that adamantly hates that band. That’s like hating joy.
Yoshimi that low? I want your badge and gummy skull on my desk by morning.
As much as I love this dude, he’s gotta be the scuzziest guy in music – and I’m not sure if I find that hilarious or gross.
Yeah, I figured a lot of the reason Stay Useless seemed to be the go-to choice was because it was “the single”. But “I thought I would be more than this” is one of the finest punk chants in recent memory. Right up there with “You will always be a loser” and “We’re dying on the inside”. Plus, that noise freakout is legendary.
Seriously though, did everyone forget “Wasted Days” existed on Attack on Memory? Or am I just the weird one here?
I was gonna say the same thing. I mean, if she were a lesbian, by all means, excellent for her. But that would have been a huge blow to my already very slim chances of dating her.
For the record, all the extra US tracks were released as singles in ’77/’78 before Give ‘Em Enough Rope except I Fought The Law, which came out on The Cost Of Living EP in ’79. I can see where you’re coming from though.
And it’s okay to cry. There was a year in 7th grade where I flat-out refused to listen to any band but The Ramones.
True that. I guess the Brit version (obviously) gives a better snapshot of the band at that stage, and I definitely prefer the first version of White Riot. Both have their advantages, but the US version will always be my #1.
Damn. His rippling dragon muscles and witty quips will be fondly remembered!
In my brief ventures into the world of Videogum, I can say that it is an overwhelming realm filled with inside jokes I don’t understand and probably never will.