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I love Stereogum to death, was just alarmed at the bombardment technique. It’s all good, we all gotta eat…
Is this a big deal or are you guys just trying to deflect away from the fact that you have a gigantic Coca-Cola banner at the top of your page? Oh, and there’s one, no TWO, NO THREE down the side and another one at the bottom, in case i missed the other four.
So, what’re you gonna buy with your first million dollars?
Damn, I’m thirsty. I could kill for a Pepsi…
I’ve only been through it once so far; I don’t see what the big deal is. It’s a band trying some different shit; is that bad? Did everyone want them to make All Hour Cymbals Two? Because that would be the greatest tragedy. Some of you guys need to have your diapers changed. It’s only music…
I like food I hope that wins
it’s actually pronounced MEELA-WOW-KAY
a 30-second itunes clip is too long, i feel really icky and gross from michael mcdonald. must take shower now
jon cryer dancing > life itself (i’m calling out of work today)
awesome! the most over-rated songwriter ever gets to do an album about the birth of the most over-rated human ever!
i was trying to give you more up votes but alas, only one. i’m in agreement with that broad statement- destroyer’s light years ahead of whatever the rest of the music world is doing. what a nice way to start the day…
this album is much better than that other website would have you believe.
so this is why everyone moves to brooklyn from portland and oakland. seems as if there’s been a vacuum effect lately. a veritable “hipster douchebag bermuda triangle”.
Aw, man- I love this guy. Why can’t someone I hate get the swine?
stuart braithwaite of mogwai had the best quote: “You bought the Elephant Man’s bones and sent a statue of yourself round the world. RIP you amazingly talented loonball.”
wait… this isn’t the trailer for the new blair witch movie?
this band killz it- their ep is one of the year’s best as well as their live show. completely awesome.
no, much much worse.
an “extensive jazz background” doesn’t give them the right to murder standards like duke ellington’s take the a-train and caravan and dizzy gillespie’s manteca. really- if you wanna have a pissing contest on here, while trying to stick up for a band that basically “mailed in” half of their performances from ’98 on, go right ahead. i’m guessing you’re one of the fratboy douchebags that contributed to the ruination of the scene- go find a hack circle and a kind veggie burrito, “bro”.
you compare a jam band to jazz? wow. that’s not only a ridiculous stretch, but completely mis-informed. what kind of jazz are you referring to? modal? be-bop? what “jazz” can be even remotely compared to jam band-ism? oh, that boring jazz-fusion of weather report and mahavishnu orchestra? that shit sucks, as does your comment, as does your knowledge of music.
i believe he said: “…their jams were endless and, aside from some sorta interesting interaction/modulation during “Stash,” pointless.”
it’s true. i’ve seen phish something like 60 times, and once i quit smoking pot i didn’t get them anymore. pointless and endless guitar noodling is basically musical masturbation in front of 100,000 people- once you strip phish of trey’s guitar, and the awful lyrics of tom marshall, you have nothing, there really aren’t any songs- so “pointless” is an apt description of phish.
they are “important” however because of what they were able to create (as far as a “community” around a band is concerned) on tape trading/word of mouth/live shows/drugs/drugs/drugs in the early nineties.
really? not a single mention of the genius that is bill callahan’s “sometimes i wish we were an eagle”? really? i mean, really?
how is bret michaels newsworthy? ouch, stereogum…
nobody is doing the “greater than, less than” thing anymore, totally played out by the second week of april.
go find a speak and spell if you want to do that
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