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I love how good these guys are at keeping things fresh without moving too far away from the core of who they are. I need to give this a few more spins before I really absorb it, but the first listen was impressive.
I want the vinyl, but I don’t care enough to drop 200 bucks on a signed jewel-encrusted limited edition copy or whatever the hell. I hope he eventually releases a mass run at a reasonable price.
Very repetitive, like his older stuff. But this time not in a boring way. Looking forward to it.
You’re SO CLEVER
I just got around to buying this on vinyl a couple weeks ago. And yes, I did play it on repeat for like 3 days. Took me back to sophomore year of college. Good times. Great oldies.
I’m your huckleberry. 16 bucks is ridiculous for a digital download. I opted or the vinyl package because you get the record, the CD, and a digital download for that price, which is totally reasonable. I don’t care how long we’ve been waiting for this record, 16 bucks is gouging.
This is better than anything on his first album, and I REALLY liked his first album.
When I didn’t see it in 50-21 yesterday, I thought for sure it’d be in the top 20. I don’t understand. Did everyone just forget?
I have a soft spot for those guys because the lead singer was the singer for The Format, which was a fucking fantastic band. I’m glad to see him make it big, even if I don’t really care for the new sound.
Something About Airplanes
My favorite is “Can’t Make a Sound” from Figure 8. Wouldn’t expect it to make most top 10 lists, but good God that song gets me every time. Something about the opening line “I have become a silent movie / the hero killed the clown / can’t make a sound.” *shivers*
How does abuse have anything to do with the perceived quality of either person’s music? I don’t give a fuck what they do for a living. They’re equally wrong and fucked up.
I LOL’ed at King’s X. Come on, guys, what about Dogman?
I think “I drive electric” might be the douchiest response to this I could possibly imagine.
10 bucks seems unreasonable to you?
This has always been my argument. It’s a classic example of the fraud triangle on a massive scale. All one needs is incentive, opportunity, and rationalization. The internet gives us that in spades. I can get any piece of media I want for free if I know where to look for it. And there’s an extremely slim chance I’ll ever get caught. What keeps me from just going for it? Stealing is wrong.
I guess expecting people to do the right thing is idealistic in this case, which is actually pretty sad.
Ugh. Nevermind, internet.
Except in English.
This is what I think about every time I think about Donna Summer.
Couldn’t happen to a nicer person.
As a side note, I hate this picture of her. She’s so damn cute on Portlandia, but she looks demented in this photo.
I didn’t even think about that. I don’t normally go around telling people to kill themselves, bt dubs. I just thought it was absurd how much gravity was lent to the idea of removing a music blog from one’s bookmarks because said music blog expressed an opinion about music, so I decided to ratchet up the absurdity….ugh. Why am I explaining this?
I think Skrillex is the the opposite of hipster. See almost every comment in this thread.
Maybe you should kill yourself, too.