... someone could post a Grooveshark playlist for those of us deprived of Spotify?
Did we? I don't remember reading about it here. I must broaden my music website horizons.
Or this: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=0VSOpeYqgSI
but if I had to choose one disc over t'other, I'd go with this one because of Let Down, Airbag and True Love Waits. In fact, if it was a studio version of True Love Waits, I'd actually buy the thing.
done a Radiohead
Foo Fighters - Colour and the Shape
Elliott Smith - Either/Or
Ben Folds - Whatever and Ever Amen
Faith no More - Album of the Year
Dandy Warhols - Come Down
Bob Dylan - Time out of Mind
will be pedal and/or rowboats.
Thom Yorke will be transporting revellers by a hovercraft powered by his own sense of self-satisfaction.
The guy who wrote the OMM article likes intelligent rock music. The NME chap doesn't. This is just a difference in opinion. The real issue here is how a guy who says "might of held" becomes the editor of anything, let alone a magazine title with the NME's stature and distribution.
Maybe he's against intelligence full stop, not just in rock music.
...the song is called Weekends and Bleak Days. Not 'Hot Summer'.
Anyone know how much of the Levity soundrack's gonna be on here? Been meaning to buy that for ages.
Back of the net.
"I don't give a shit if you're looking at my cunt" just isn't as pleasing on the ear.
People who paid for the MP3s and people who bought the box set. Do you feel hard done-by? Would you have paid if you'd known there would be a standard CD released?
I bought the box set and I'm still glad I did, only because I'm a fan and want the 2nd CD. But if they go and release that 2nd CD separately as well, I'm going to be pretty annoyed. I definitely wouldn't have bothered with the box.
...was saved by Day of the Baphomets. *Just*.
I do get a kick out of their songs' names though.
'Suchre the Graviton', 'Manta Brachiosaur", "L. Casei Immunitas" etc...
Has there been a review of the new Jimmy Eat World album on here? The new search thing is pretty poor. Used to be I could tell the reviews from the other articles. But now, well, I can't.
Anything from Pinkerton era would be welcomed. And Pig, too.
with this looks rather excellent. I'm actually considering buying this now despite having all the songs already...
...he wrote the lyrics. He didn't start this particular argument/exchange. So he's not guilty of plugging a record so much as he is of making one.
Now I'm not an expert here, but weren't Crass fundamentally anti-Punk?
Sounds like it's a half decent record. You know, when you don't have a personal alterior motive for disliking it because of feelings toward a charitible organisation once supported by the band.
the most ridiculous excuse for an album review I think I have ever read. I certainly can't remember a worse one. If you have personal grievances against certain organisations, fine. Air these grievances all you like. But please remember that this is a music website, not your own personal blog, and you're reviewing an album, not the AIDS epidemic in Africa, charity organisations and their opinions on AIDS, or even the band itself, regardless of their political beliefs or charitable leanings. Just the CD.
DiS, I'm appalled that this was allowed on your site. It really does lower the standard, and by a significant degree.
Paris Hilton is devoid of likable personality and does nothing. People complain about her for this. This gets her into the papers, a la Grohl's outburst. She gets more coverage, and the cycle continues.
Surely the Stray Dog factor applies here. If she's ignored, she'll go away.
Why the hell is Grohl talking about her anyway? Does anyone know in what context he made this comment?
I find more fault in even acknowledging her existence than in doing what she's doing. She has an opportunity to make money by doing next to nothing, and it's the fault of people making comments about her that keep her in a position to do this.
Surely a truly great band has more than 2 good songs per album?
Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan of the band, but I was disappointed by One By One after track 2. The quiet half of In your Honour was good, but its not what you want from a Foo Fighters album really.
It'll be interesting to hear how the new record sounds.
...but he only does it on Wednesday.
...and Thursday and Friday and Saturday.
He chills on sunday.
Now I don't listen to the Cribs, because I don't make much of a distinction between their music and most other bands' stuff I hear on the radio or see on TV. But there's as much good music in the world right now as there has been at any point in the last few decades. It's not in the charts, granted, but if its good, and you like it, then why care? Yer man needs to broaden his horizons and listen to something that isn't playlisted on Radio 1 or in the NME chart on MTV2.
...because "Adequately Satisfactory" is one word too long.
a double album this time, inspired by the separation of the twins in question.
...were selling the Mail today. And after the comments from their head honcho last week on the whole thing. Tut tut.
Seriously though, how could it possibly chart? They're selling the newspaper and giving away the CD, not selling the CD with the newspaper attached.
So it does.
Bring on M.A.S.K. the movie.
Aaron Eckhart to play Matt Tracker.
Aerosmith to rework the theme tune.
...a cover/remix/sample of the original Transformers theme? I do quite like it.
I'm not the biggest Pumpkins fan in the world, though I do like them, so I like to think that gives me a bit of objectvity here. While the review was reasonably funny, well written, and enjoyable etc., I didn't get what I wanted from it really.
As something to kill the last few mins of work on a Friday before going home time, it was OK, but its not really a useful review.
It's like buying a ticket to see Schindler's List but accidentally getting one for Jurassic Park.
Seems quite backwards. But then again most internet radio stations might just play good stuff from unsigned bands who send them promos, plus the odd established track which will incur royalties. It might be a blessing in disguise for unestablished acts...
..it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT4O9ZTp1Ww
..on the studio preview thing that I saw on their myspace (now at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MYv0FvH9Ww) that's not on Puzzle. Methinks I'll buy the vinyl of 'Living is a Problem...' which appears to have 3 new songs. Hopefully it's one of them.
And what happenned Asexual Meat Kitchen? Great song. Was looking forward to a proper version of that. Future BSide maybe?
PS - Excellent review, btw. Agree with it for the most part having now heard the album. I like it, but for me, there's just a lot of things I love about Biffy Clyro that seem to be missing from this one...