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    Had no idea they had a new album coming out:


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Had no idea they had a new album coming out:

    I’m afraid. Is it good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdien View Post
    I’m afraid. Is it good?
    It’s pretty good. Kind of shoe gazer type music.

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    Something recently made me swear off the Strokes. I had them previously pegged as too milquetoastish for the weird genre, but then I full on decided upon abstention. Yes, now that I reflect, it was my homophobia. Don't ask for the details, but I decided they were raging queers and that ruined it a bit. I like my queers anemically raging, or passive-aggressively raging, or ultra-over-the-top raging. But just not raging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Something recently made me swear off the Strokes. I had them previously pegged as too milquetoastish for the weird genre, but then I full on decided upon abstention. Yes, now that I reflect, it was my homophobia. Don't ask for the details, but I decided they were raging queers and that ruined it a bit. I like my queers anemically raging, or passive-aggressively raging, or ultra-over-the-top raging. But just not raging.


    Lol. Seriously though you know that band used to go through Super Model girlfriends like paper towels when they first hit it big? I also have irrational hatred for bands I used to like sometimes, at least you can point to reasons I suppose.

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    Is This It is and always will be a perfect album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdien View Post
    Is This It is and always will be a perfect album.
    I like the production values and the particle physics aluminum chromate cover art.

    But it was super boring. Moments, but never a wow. Tepid. I listened a bunch, but it was almost forced. It never took.

    Like a revamped version of whatever NYC thought should sell to the art prog crowd. The next Sonic Youth or Jesus and Mary Chain, but with market appeal.

    Soma is a super nice song tho.
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    It is time to bring back the funk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    I like the production values and the particle physics aluminum chromate cover art.

    But it was super boring. Moments, but never a wow. Tepid. I listened a bunch, but it was almost forced. It never took.

    Like a revamped version of whatever NYC thought should sell to the art prog crowd. The next Sonic Youth or Jesus and Mary Chain, but with market appeal.

    Soma is a super nice song tho.
    To this day, the worst concert I ever went to live was Sonic Youth. Thanks for bringing that horrible memory back up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    To this day, the worst concert I ever went to live was Sonic Youth. Thanks for bringing that horrible memory back up!
    I want to hear more about this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdien View Post
    I want to hear more about this!
    Saw them in the Spring of 1998 at the Ogden (small venue in Denver) and their levels were all off, fog machine was way too much, and they had a weird little laser show that was blinding the audience. Sounded like a sound distortion sound check and we couldn't see shit. I had seen them live before in 1994 or so and they were great, so it was more of a comedy of errors than the band themselves.

    EDIT: Found the setlist! https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/sonic...-7bd91a28.html

    Might listen to that today since it might make my memory of that show better.

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    Watched Scott Pilgrim for the millionth time the other day and have been on on a Metric kick lately. Lucky enough to see them open for Smashing Pumpkins on their last big tour:


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    For Valentines Day, a song that makes me think of my Mrs. Always loved Roxy Music in any event. And, as a bonus, a superb violin solo from Lucy Wilkins at the end. She just kills it

    “What fresh hell is this?”

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