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did you write this feature just so you could use the word threnody?
oh it really is by urban outfitters, i thought that was just a joke
nightmare is pretty accurate, i think. creepy.
at the risk of adding nothing intelligent to a sleigh bells conversation, this band sucks so hard. what a joke.
nevermind, figured it out and it’s stupid. wish people would stop using it.
why do people keep saying after the jump? what does it mean?
i myself am not offended by any of these, just bewildered by ‘every grain of sand.’ for me, that comes out of left field. also, i guess i’ll never understand what people see in 7, 5, or 3, but i’d like to hear why other people like these songs so much…
though not his best nor my favorite, i find that lately i am falling back on ‘trying to get to heaven.’ as usual, the last line is a killer.
dumbest band name ever?
i’ll just risk it and say that everything about this band is gross.
whoa there, parks & rec. you just pimped out indie jesus. are you sure you understand nmh on a deep enough level to be able to name drop it like that? because AOTS is a holy album that only speaks to true music fans.
who gives a shit if people don’t like the beatles. influential does not automatically equal great. religion influences billions more people than they ever did and i feel pretty okay saying that religion sucks.
personally i like the beatles. if you don’t, or you don’t know who they are, i will still have a beer with you.
holy shit does nobody this guy’s writing around here?
you know, i watched it again because of your comment, and we just have different opinions. this is hard for me to sit through. it reminds me of all the cringe-inducing performance art i’ve ever seen. it’s one thing to have a life-affirming message, which is great, but it’s another thing to overshadow that with silly theatrics and a badass hipster schtick about guns and dying and fuck california. the intensity of her haircut is not fooling me.
wow what an art jackass. terrible!
agreed. it’s totally ridiculous. it’s a good record, but come on. he probably doesn’t like playing live shows because the cult vibe is too weird.
also, i don’t know if he’s always had the same drummer or not, but his drums are consistently great
excited to find out…
how do you move in a darker direction after writing the executioner’s song?
ha. usually i’m with you, because most of the time he comes off as a jackass. but every once in a while he puts out something pretty good. i like this song, though i didn’t want to.
this band is such a joke. keep that shit in brooklyn.