From what I understand .... it's not *entirely* terrible?
Never made it past track 2 of The Weirdness.
even if it isn't terrible, it still won't be amazing, and there are so many other things you could spend your time listening to...
yeah yeah I get it.
...but come on, there's a song called 'DD's' on it. Jaggy JAG and that, but I did a blog post on it last week, so that nobody else has to waste their time on it: http://endlesswindow.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/iggy-stooges-ready-to-die.html
your write up seems pretty fair.
There were bits that touched on ok. LIKE THAT FREAKIN AWESOME TITTY SONG. (jokes)
It *might* be good, but I just prefer to pretend it doesn't exist
because basically everything ever is better than The Weirdness.
is one of those things like The Room which my brain can't quite comprehend as it's so monumentally awful - similar to LuLu as well. Genuinely one of the worst albums I've ever heard.
(paraphrased) since i've been in Nepal I just feel like i've finally found myself and i'm at one with myself for the first time ever...and another big event has been my newfound love of the Jane's Addiction album 'Strays', it is in my top ten now
SO WHAT I'M SAYING IS reformation albums are only going to make sense if you're at high altitude and a bit delerious. Or if you're at a full moon party or something. Then when you get back to Sidcup or wherever they're going to sound super limp again
It just wasn't a Jane's Addiction album. Too shiny
that bass player was a bit anonymous as well
the idea that someone is trekking around Nepal with it on repeat makes me smile. Those attempted epic bits might actually sound epic
when I wish I could list a load of legendary Sidcup bands
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