This is better than the time I saw Don Caballero and they performed all of “Un Chien Andalou.” Or maybe they just got in a really bad fight. I couldn’t tell.
Ignatz, you are a true kindred spirit. You have all of my respect.
You are so right.
I’m sorry, but any year where PJ Harvey releases an album called “Let England Shake” is going to be a great year.
When Yankee Hotel Foxtrot came out, I was listening to it at work (a community college bookstore). Two young women came in during “Radio Cure” and asked what I was and I told them. One of them said, “It sounds like the music someone dies of AIDS in a TV movie.” They then walked out with their snack cakes and erasers.
Remember four or five years ago when there were going to be a bunch of new My Bloody Valentine records?
I don’t have any interest in winning anything, but I do feel compelled to point out that the picture above displays a shocking misunderstanding of human physiology.
These comments are interesting: I thought that The Sprawl II was the better of the two songs and I thought it was pretty good. It reminded me of the “Anything Goes” from “Temple of Doom.”
Win Butler looks like a giant, communist bear that escaped from a circus.
“YA BURGT!” –Sarah Palin
Ignatz, if you are smanging right, it takes like five syllables.
“One of the top gigs in rock n roll.”
Yes, I am sure it is.
And also, I think this 10 year old girl playing “Whole Lotta Love” is worth looking at:
Oops, we’re in jail.
I believe that Bob Dylan’s version of “House of the Rising Sun” is a good example:
I have to say, I am surprised by this.
I was disappointed by how few cakes there were in this video. I guess they should have called Raymond Pettibon-bon.
I got my copy in the mail yesterday. “Grief Point” is extraordinary.
The tapes crevices! Oh, I’ve been doing it wrong.
Didn’t they already make a Daft Punk movie? I remember watching a trailer for it along time ago and it looked cool, but then I forgot about it and moved into an abandoned boxcar.
Dear God: I’ve been pronouncing “Torche” wrong this whole time. I’ve been saying it like it was a French word or something. I now have to go back and totally re-do “Mans’s Metal Meltdown” podcast, which will be hard because I already broke the tabs out of the blank cassette.
I love, and will continue to love until I die, Robert Smith’s voice.
You were 11. You just missed it because of your relationship with Moe Tucker that you refuse to comment on.
10. My mom
7. Javier Marias
6. My sisters/brother (tie)
5. All these socks I found in the bushes.
3. Werner Herzog
2. Being nice to folks
1. My wife
Maybe they just didn’t think Mr. Panda Bear was cool enough. “Ugh, have you seen those shoes he designed? Gross.”
GOOD JOB SLOTH!