But please consider getting someone to check copy for spelling mistakes and the like. This post could have done with a read through for a start.
that has a Wordpress account and writes about music. I don't consider myself a critic, and certainly have no pretensions as to how meaningless my opinion is to anyone other than me.
I still don't understand however, what the problem is with people having somewhere to offer their opinions? I've stumbled across blogs which have been a damn sight more entertaining than a lot of stuff I read in magazines, and I certainly think that (save for personal vendettas) the blogosphere is capable of offering a much more balanced and fair perspective of the music, considering it isn't under as much pressure from PR companies and advertisers. After all, what good is a critic if they can't write what they feel (I know it's the wrong format, but the Gamespot/Eidos scandal a while back justifies that question)?
At the end of the day, I write about music and artists that I've come across in various ways, and I write about them to inform others. People might not (well, won't) care what I have to say, but as long as I have the chance to say it I'm happy. If someone then goes on to enjoy the music I've written about, then that's just a fantastic bonus.
given that Radiohead are a member of the FAC, which a few weeks ago was making statements saying how damaging file-sharing is for the industry. Then again they did say the record labels were just as bad, but it seems a case of total mixed messages.
Credit to the kid who's fighting against the RIAA though, good to see that not everyone crumbles to their bully boy tactics.
I thought it was way better than Madonna, and a lot easier to get into than Source Tags & Codes. There are a few energy sapping moments, but I think as a whole the album has a fantastic intensity. The choruses are fantastic for crying out loud!
'We Might Be Wrong"
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