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uh…make that 99.98%
Because the world decided long ago that if you want to hear idiots talk, you merely have to turn on Fox news–which you can just as easily turn off again.
And lets face it, 9.98% of people wearing hipster jeans do not pull it off well.
HA! Too funny…but probably true.
No, but he would be much happier and so his music wouldn’t be as angst ridden….and when your music is less angst ridden, everyone hates on your music; and when everyone hates on your music, you end up shaving your head like Billy Corgan; and when you end up shaving your head like Billy Corgan, you give your music away one song at a time on some obscure website. Don’t be like Billy Corgan. Stay dead Kurt. RIP.
P.S. Nice ink.
Early FF = pretty cool
Recent FF = I’d rather poke my eye with a stick
How cool that this movie has such an awsome soundtrack line-up….Kid Cudi notwithstanding. But who knows, maybe Cudi has a good one. I’ll take the risk.
Great song. I like it better than the album version. Thanks, Stereogum!
Why do people complain about what’s not there instead of praising what is? There is some fantastic stuff here from Sonic Youth, The Lines, and the Pixies. Enjoy what you have, my fellow glass half empty friends.
You can’t include everythign that is awesome or this page would go on forever!
Perhaps I’m too old, too nostalgic, or merely too disconnected to appreciate MTV. Yes, it’s a cultural machine, but at what cost. I wonder how our culture might be today had MTV decided long ago to steer away from reality tv and…oh,I don’t know…stick to the M in MTV. What’s 16 and Pregnant got to do with music? NOTHING! It’s got everything to do with the “Look at me, I’m famous and I don’t care why!” aspect of youth culture desires and, ultimately, for MTV, dollars. The least MTV could do is change their name to something more accurately reflects their programming. Might I suggest STV: s for shit.