even if the other songs are utter bollocks 'wrecking bar' alone is good enough for it to be at least 6/10
I was expecting the DiS review of this to be pretty bad and typical of most places that don't usually cover hardcore, but clearly the reviewer knows what he is talking about to at least a credible extent and i can't find anything to disagree with here.
before this album trash talk were pretty fantastic i think, but this is average at best.
never really listened to his music, but damn
but if she sold 3,000 before
then a futher 7,000 after, thats an increase of over 200%
because they should
great review, irked the afi fans who still try to convince themselves that afi are anything other than shite
i was just going by what i read on this site
ive got half the singles on there anyway but still...
also, JAG- interview with damien in wwhrd3... out now, buy from www.whatwouldhenryrollinsdo.bigcartel.com
the guy from black lips just comes across worse than if he hadn't have said anything and let wavves talk about what happened. calling someone a faggot doesnt really do much to inspire anyones sympathy as far as i know. and describing how he was reasonable in going up to someone and saying he didn't like them doesnt help either.
the thing is neither of these bands are good enough to get away with acting like giant douches.
so i can't keep missing them.
well its not actually all that funny but yeah
why should people feel as though doing something they want to do is beyond them?
surely its just a case of people being able to make good stuff and bad stuff? whether or not its as a result of DIY or whatever, i think the potential to make something people can enjoy should be encouraged, not criticised as you might not hear everything good ever...
but this is pretty good
sooo boring. and they were the least cool looking people ever
er... his first two albums?
Maybe it's because that awkward middle ground between how she started and what the likes of 'Hoodie' tried to make her feels like it's over and done with.
i dont get it
but its still not the album artwork. nevermind.
looking forward to hearing it though
but wanted to say before i started, that the title for this column must have taken all of 0.1 seconds to come up with
It's a rare pleasure to interview someone who's an expert at talking up the music they love, and Ms. Laverne was as charming as John Peel, 8 years back.
so i think its something worth taking into account. maybe a slightly higher mark, but its still not worth buying for anyone who likes the smiths really
and the wonderwall thing was clearly a pisstake. and i dont think it was pandering either, it was getting people into it by adapting his show to the audience. pretty sensible really
that appears to be so yes, just got a bit confused
led to the hardcore scene being what it was.. yeah they often lived in pretty shitty conditions, but the main inspiration for the music was being beaten up for how they dressed, being outsiders and shit like that.
then said theres a track which is better still.
that doesnt work does it?
whether you agree with it or not is irrelevant
one which you just know will be bad, because the band are shit, arent what most people on the site would like/ever consider listening to and they get slated.
then theres the one some people might like, and people are interested to hear what DiS made of it, and an opinion.
Both can be quite good to read, but i think maybe DiS should review more relevant things first, then if theres time, slag off bands like iglu and harty etc.
in a minute
for the 2008 Mercury Prize
HOW DARE THEM!
i really want to see these 4 anyway, let alone the rest of them
im pretty sure ill never be able to like them