was awesome as main headliner
but this comments board is worth its weight in lols.
i think we can all call it a "qualified success".
although i can see why people wouldn't like him.
also: i love these singles breakdowns.
but that song could turn me. its got something, y'know?
i find myself singing Listen To The Math when i let my guard down in public
its different to the "newest" muse album, but i still find theyre quite close in the grand scheme of things, especially the opening track and the sinister vibe throughout. no? all hail opinions.
for the extras, but without them its at least a 7.
i bought an album when i was 2.
it was Wham!'s 'Fantastic', but even THAT doesnt give me the right to be a complete tool ;)
and i do love it when bands arent afraid to make a point.
the defence rests ;)
trent IS established and with money to lose.
what a totally brilliant song.
you just did.
Royston Vasey, anyone?
i was unimpressed.. but to be honest, seeing it live they put a lot more effort in than they do on record.. its just totally lifeless on rek, innit.
in Reading on Sunday.
scripted, i tell you! :D
is just awesome.
i was almost disappointed when it wasnt!
still with those Ditto folk.
also, that missing Craig David lyrics is so totally "ceiling".
"props" to the question masters, it is good stuff.
but even i can see this is genuine newsgold.
haters be silenced!
rob webb smells like flowers.
i came home from HMV today with a postcard by David Shrigley without knowing who he was.
it is a funny postcard, mind.
we really don't need ANOTHER 3 Colours Red reformation ;)
disinterested live.. but Traffic and Weather was an awful album.
they're either going to split now, or keep going FOREVER and become annoying :(
is fucking brilliant.
*glo-sticks are shit
*songs like this will be as embarrassing as Nambucca on a nu-rave night in a few short months
but dawdle on the way
"related searches: james blunt, tedious"
special mention for the Iron & Wine album, this week's 74.
they're great live :D
well, i guess it kinda depends where you see 'em. they rule in small (100-) venues.
no-one knows what it actually is, everyone just has to guess.
Raz's goal stands, because he played the Snow Patrol card.
although having considered my above point, 'Suddenly It's A Folk Song' is probably Falco's most accessible song ever.
way to negate my own point.
"just a fourth Mclusky album"
this is incorrect - it is similar, yes, but it's less pop singalong and more rocking you in the face.
excellent, and good review.
all these comments and not one person has said:
"you're wrong, this album is good"
if Foos had still supported Alive and Well it would've made an interesting feature.
but as far as the baby thing goes, i still think it's a little off the mark, but it's something that either offends or it doesn't. like, "babies with AIDS" makes up a bit of Simon Amstell's stand-up, and it's genuinely funny, but the above reference is menacing and sensationalist, which i think is where most people draw the line - not the topic matter, more the approach.
the comments.. well.. people are always in uproar about something here, aren't they?
though i guess i'm biased, i'd say this is only about the third review i've seen on here where i could see the opposer's point - that's three reviews in seven years, which i reckon even rivals the "holy" Pitchfork.
sounds like Bono and reads like propaganda against the organisation rather than commentary on a record, and that swipe at the dead kid was the lowest point here in a while
it's just a review. click BACK and it's gone.
P&tP do float my boat.
there are worse bands than this in just about every town.
this is the first song by the Foos i've gone out of my way to hear since Monkey Wrench.
apart from: Ben Folds Five > most pop bands today
i don't if that's genuinely funny, or if i'm just laughing to hide the despair.
i hear the artwork comes with a CD