Find Me On:
Also, glad the WH Press Corps have nothing better to harass Carney about.
Carney’s clearly in denial. Jay’s words are the straight truth, never bravado. (as if.)
Satan Gave Me a Taco!
I guess they wanted to bring in a guy who knows a thing or two about being part of a self-destructing band.
I hear she’s playing him in the biopic.
She’s wearing Mick’s old outfit.
This song was much better without Mick’s endless gyrating and ridiculous hand gestures.
You just love Montreal and all things associated with it.
The all-hologram edition
Um, sorry but where the fuck is T-Pain?
Sometimes the truth hurts.
Or take the Q to 57th & 7th and walk around the corner.
The Hendrix family has got to cut it out. They’re not going to find a better guy to play Jimi. Maybe the script is rubbish and that’s why they’re opposed?
Jack White (and everybody else) should watch King of Kong to see the silliness of the Guinness office.
Solid review. Raises the question, is it humanly possible to review Leonard Cohen without making reference to Dylan and Waits?
Nice Winnebago Man reference. Well played, Black Keys, well played. Psyched for the album.
Strange Currencies beats Kenneth a hundred times over
Definitely looks like graffiti on the Berlin wall, which is totally relevant 20yrs later.
Pretty good odds the labels have their stock insured. And Duncan: I take it you’re a Londoner. Would you mind filling us in on causes of the riots?
That’s an album title, right?
But with BrokenSocialScene vocals.
Pretty well agree with this. The fact is some people passionately love certain Radiohead albums (and specific songs) that others find dull. That diversity of reactions really reflects the diversity of the band’s musical scope. And isn’t that ability to produce diverse work precisely what keeps Radiohead relevant and head-and-shoulders above so many other bands?
Pretty sure he means Godard: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Luc_Godard
His Greatness Selassie may be gone in physical form, but his spirit lives on!