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I was totally ready to hate this record, especially after Human After All sucked so much. Instead I think it’s probably their most musically interesting album, and I’m hopeful they’ll give it the TKOLRMX treatment.
Honestly I wish Baizley would retire from Baroness to concentrate on drawing boobs.
Corky Anderson deserves better.
Broken relationships will be healed.
I’m a big Smiths fan and a generally disagreeable person, but I cannot find fault with a single word of this.
I’ve spent more time with TKOLRMX than the album itself, and perhaps that is why the low ranking of that record surprises me as it does. Nevertheless, a good and brave effort here.
No criticism of this list intended, but may I recommend “Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns?”
I keep reloading this page trying to get the flying lawnmowers synced up.
“Hey, I like this song,” I said to my wife. “Is this Bright Eyes or Sleigh Bells?”
This album also needs to be released as sheet music.
It was The Universal, like everyone else, but Under the Westway is overtaking it.
The only time I saw them, this was how the concert started, on purpose. Only it was Fire in Cairo-Boys Don’t Cry-Three Imaginary Boys.
Oh, come now, you know it’s “You Can Call Me Al.”
“You are a sick man….You are a thief….You are a common thief.”
I think she was just pitching some song lyrics.
I am shocked – shocked! – that Kings of Leon would steal No Age’s proprietary word-stacking technology.
I just saw the picture and thought there was a remake of The Fifth Element in the works with Wesley Snipes in the Gary Oldman role. Reading the story made me wish I’d been right the first time.
Wish You Were Here
Oh, how I wish the song were actually called “Brianvision.” Because we all need to see what Brian sees.