Jan 23 2011, 6h06xHxYxBxRxIxDx's top albums (overall) 1. Beastie Boys - Check Your Head (236) 2. Scars on Broadway - Scars On Broadway (233) 3. Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Pt II (226) 4. Static-X - Cannibal (222) 5. Pearl Jam - Vs. (220) 6. Busdriver - Temporary Forever (176) 7. Brian Regan - Live (173) 8. VAST - Visual Audio Sensory Theater (168) 9. Maybeshewill - Not for Want of Trying (158) 10. El Michels Affair - Enter The 37th Chamber (157) 11. Swollen Members - Armed to the Teeth (157) 12. Green Day - Nimrod (155) 13. The Left Rights - The Left Rights (154) 14. Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile Disc 1 (154) 15. Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X (153) 16. Jon Lajoie - You Want Some of This? (151) 17. Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique (149) 18. 16volt - FullBlackHabit (149) 19. Skindred - Babylon (148) 20. Optimus Rhyme - Optimus Rhyme (142) 21. Cool Calm Pete - Lost (140) 22. Busdriver - Fear Of A Black Tangent (138) 23. Pearl Jam - Ten (137) 24. Nirvana - From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah (136) 25. Greg Giraldo - Good Day To Cross A River (136) 26. Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty (134) 27. Green Day - Dookie (134) 28. Death in Vegas - The Contino Sessions (130) 29. Deltron 3030 - Deltron 3030 (129) 30. At the Drive-In - This Station Is Non-Operational (128) 31. Ghost Machine - Hypersensitive (127) 32. (hed) Planet Earth - Broke (125) 33. DMX - Its Dark and Hell Is Hot (125) 34. Lords of Acid - Farstucker (122) 35. Insane Clown Posse - Bang! Pow! Boom!(Green) (122) 36. Hieroglyphics - 3rd Eye Vision (121) 37. Rammstein - Liebe ist für alle da (121) 38. Del The Funky Homosapien - Funk Man ( the stimulus package) (120) 39. Fear Factory - Mechanize (118) 40. Mitch Hedberg - Mitch All Together (116) 41. Skindred - Roots Rock Riot (115) 42. MC Frontalot - Zero Day (114) 43. Patton Oswalt - Feelin' Kinda Patton (113) 44. Santogold - Santogold (113) 45. Dark Lotus - Opaque Brotherhood (111) 46. The Offspring - Conspiracy of One (110) 47. G//Z/R - Plastic Planet (109) 48. Patton Oswalt - My Weakness Is Strong (109) 49. Gay Against You - Muscle Milk (108) 50. N*E*R*D - Seeing Sounds (107)
Jan 23 2011, 6h04xHxYxBxRxIxDx's top albums (overall) 1. Beastie Boys - Check Your Head (236) 2. Scars on Broadway - Scars On Broadway (233) 3. Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Pt II (226) 4. Static-X - Cannibal (222) 5. Pearl Jam - Vs. (220) 6. Busdriver - Temporary Forever (176) 7. Brian Regan - Live (173) 8. VAST - Visual Audio Sensory Theater (168) 9. Maybeshewill - Not for Want of Trying (158) 10. El Michels Affair - Enter The 37th Chamber (157) 11. Swollen Members - Armed to the Teeth (157) 12. Green Day - Nimrod (155) 13. The Left Rights - The Left Rights (154) 14. Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile Disc 1 (154) 15. Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X (153) 16. Jon Lajoie - You Want Some of This? (151) 17. Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique (149) 18. 16volt - FullBlackHabit (149) 19. Skindred - Babylon (148) 20. Optimus Rhyme - Optimus Rhyme (142) 21. Cool Calm Pete - Lost (140) 22. Busdriver - Fear Of A Black Tangent (138) 23. Pearl Jam - Ten (137) 24. Nirvana - From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah (136) 25. Greg Giraldo - Good Day To Cross A River (136) 26. Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty (134) 27. Green Day - Dookie (134) 28. Death in Vegas - The Contino Sessions (130) 29. Deltron 3030 - Deltron 3030 (129) 30. At the Drive-In - This Station Is Non-Operational (128) 31. Ghost Machine - Hypersensitive (127) 32. (hed) Planet Earth - Broke (125) 33. DMX - Its Dark and Hell Is Hot (125) 34. Lords of Acid - Farstucker (122) 35. Insane Clown Posse - Bang! Pow! Boom!(Green) (122) 36. Hieroglyphics - 3rd Eye Vision (121) 37. Rammstein - Liebe ist für alle da (121) 38. Del The Funky Homosapien - Funk Man ( the stimulus package) (120) 39. Fear Factory - Mechanize (118) 40. Mitch Hedberg - Mitch All Together (116) 41. Skindred - Roots Rock Riot (115) 42. MC Frontalot - Zero Day (114) 43. Patton Oswalt - Feelin' Kinda Patton (113) 44. Santogold - Santogold (113) 45. Dark Lotus - Opaque Brotherhood (111) 46. The Offspring - Conspiracy of One (110) 47. G//Z/R - Plastic Planet (109) 48. Patton Oswalt - My Weakness Is Strong (109) 49. Gay Against You - Muscle Milk (108) 50. N*E*R*D - Seeing Sounds (107)
Abr 9 2009, 23h31Take your top 50 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 20 similar artists (where the artist itself is the #1 most similar). The resulting number of unique artists is your super-eclectic score. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/supereclectic.php
My super-eclectic score is currently607/1000
The most similar artists for my profile are Ministry (8), Coal Chamber (8), KMFDM (8), Static-X (8), Mudvayne (7), KoЯn (7), Ill Niño (6), Fear Factory (6), Slipknot (6), Gravity Kills (6)
Dez 10 2008, 0h57xHxYxBxRxIxDx's top albums
1. Scars on Broadway - Scars On Broadway (231) 2. Static-X - Cannibal (222) 3. Pearl Jam - Vs. (200) 4. Brian Regan - Live (173) 5. Busdriver - Temporary Forever (164) 6. VAST - Visual Audio Sensory Theater (161) 7. Green Day - Nimrod (155) 8. The Left Rights - The Left Rights (154) 9. Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X (153) 10. 16volt - FullBlackHabit (149) 11. Maybeshewill - Not for Want of Trying (143) 12. Optimus Rhyme - Optimus Rhyme (137) 13. Nirvana - From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah (136) 14. Death in Vegas - The Contino Sessions (130) 15. Deltron 3030 - Deltron 3030 (129) 16. Busdriver - Fear Of A Black Tangent (128) 17. At the Drive-In - This Station Is Non-Operational (128) 18. Green Day - Dookie (126) 19. Ghost Machine - Hypersensitive (126) 20. DMX - Its Dark and Hell Is Hot (125) 21. (hed) Planet Earth - Broke (124) 22. Lords of Acid - Farstucker (121) 23. Hieroglyphics - 3rd Eye Vision (121) 24. Mitch Hedberg - Mitch All Together (116) 25. Pearl Jam - Ten (114) 26. Patton Oswalt - Feelin' Kinda Patton (113) 27. The Offspring - Conspiracy of One (109) 28. G//Z/R - Plastic Planet (109) 29. Gay Against You - Muscle Milk (108) 30. The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute (105) 31. Bob Marley - Legend (104) 32. Handsome Boy Modeling School - White People (103) 33. Ill Niño - Enigma (103) 34. DMX - Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood (101) 35. Richard Cheese - I'd Like a Virgin (101) 36. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Eleventh Hour (100) 37. Swollen Members - Monsters in the Closet (99) 38. (hed) Planet Earth - Only in Amerika (99) 39. Everlast - Whitey Ford Sings the Blues (97) 40. Stone Temple Pilots - Core (97) 41. Static-X - Wisconsin Death Trip (96) 42. Optimus Rhyme - School the Indie Rockers (95) 43. Beastie Boys - Ill Communication (95) 44. Tool - Aenima (94) 45. Busdriver - RoadKillOvercoat (93) 46. Nirvana - MTV Unplugged in New York (93) 47. VAST - Nude (93) 48. Dark Lotus - Opaque Brotherhood (92) 49. At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command (92) 50. Monster Magnet - Powertrip (91)
*edit from 20 to 50
Nov 26 2008, 2h16With Thanksgiving coming up here in the states, its a humbling experience to put your head down for a moment and think about all the things you're thankful for.....
Oh, thats fucking easy.
The internet, bitch.
Withe the internet, my music collection grows almost daily. And this month alone, Ive come across lots of new music and its just been fucking fantastic, so heres some awesome fucking things I have come across in the last few weeks...Some old...Some new, some shit I loved back in the day and completely forgot how much I love...
The new shit to me, is the most fun, the first discovery being Maybeshewill which are kind of a huge departure from my normal music taste, but I cant get enough of these dudes. Not for Want of Trying could easily be one of my favorite albums Ive come across in a long time. It took me a little while to get my hands on, but now I cant stop listening to it. Listening to these guys, led me to another band...
65daysofstatic. I dug a few of the tracks I listened to here on last.fm. I figured, "why the fuck not" and I picked up The Fall of Math and Hole and have really enjoyed both of them, though not nearly as much as Maybeshewill. I anticipate them getting more rotation in my playlists.
The next couple bands are some female fronted complete eargasms. The first being Cruel Black Dove. A friend of mine showed me the video for Love Song and I was instantly hypnotized. it was a vague throwback of Kidney Thieves just, not as elctronic influenced. I was able, after looking for a couple days, able to score the Full Power and while short, fucking blew my mind. Kind of rmeinds me of when I discovered White Magic. Her voice, is simply arousing. Seriously. we're talking gigantic boner.
The second is Brazilian Girls. I like them. A lot. theres no denying that. But theres just something about them...I don't know....They're truly unlike anything I think I've ever listened to in my entire life...
All the sudden im not feeling so ambitious...
Anyways, to keep plugging along with shit thats new to me, theres Scum Of The Earth. Now, I've known about them for a little while, but the albums are hard to get a hold of. I finally, yesterday, was able to get Blah...Blah...Blah...Love Songs For The New Millenium. I love it. Fucking LOVE it. its the music that Rob Zombie SHOULD be making. I'm glad Riggs took the torch and fucking ran with it, because hes done near flawless. its fucking rocking and heavy and sleazy and I hope that they start to gain a bit more attention.
Ugh, you know what, fuck this. Id rather listen to my music then write about it.
Ill finish this another time.
Abr 2 2008, 11h19I hasnt scrobbled in ages. I be scrobblin agains.
My taste has kind of changed over the last....however long ive been gone. only a little bit though.
Out 4 2007, 14h17So, if some crazy person held a gun to my face and said they'll kill me unless I pick out 20 albums to live with forever, without the possibility of ever getting another new album ever again, this is what I'd choose:
1. Wisconsin death trip
2. Through The Sun Door
3. In Utero
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5. Blood Sugar Sex Magik
7. Sell Your Dope
8. Psalm 69
13. Relationship of Command
15. Paul's Boutique
16. Enter The Wu-Tang
17. Astro-Creep: 2000
18. Strategic Grill Locations
19. Visual Audio Sensory Theater
20. Stepping on the Crowtche owf Your Americain Presidaint
I didnt put up any of the artist for the sheer fact if youre intrigued by any of them, you can click them and do the foot work yourself. Maybe youll find something nes to enjoy?
Ago 8 2007, 14h44Mon 6 Aug – Beastie Boys
Deal with my crappy pics. You should be glad im not posting up my crappy videos.
Anyways, after 2 months of waiting anxiously, my time had come. It was time for me to finally, after 16 years of waiting, to see the Beastie Boys.
I got there about 5 hours early and was pleasantly greeted with this sign, to show me my GPS actually works.
So I find a parking garage right across the street, and lo and behold, it was 40 fucking dollars. It was that or well, I don’t know... I’m not exactly familiar with that area of Boston, so I figured it was in my best interest to just take the first thing I found. After parking, I proceeded to take a nap, for 3 hours in a very stifling, dark, creepy parking garage. I woke up drenched in sweat, and trembling in anticipation.
I was about to see the Beastie fucking Boys.
Fast forward the whole boring waiting in line, the t-shirt buying, and the cell phone recycling thing(I was promised a goodie, and all I got was a stupid bumper sticker) oh and did I mention THE 8 DOLLAR BEER!?!?!
Fuck that sheet.
Anyways, the music, the music, I know.
When the lights when down, Mix Master Mike came out to the DJ booth and started doing some fucking insane scratching. FUCKING insane. The out they come, First Mike D dressed up in a full boat captain’s regalia. Red jacket and silly hat to boot, oh man it was too funny. Then following him was Ad Rock looking quite dapper in a nice suit and fedora cap and MCA out last, also in a suit, sans hat. The show kicked off with Sure Shot, and the crowd was in frenzy, it was unlike anything I’ve ever heard. The just rocked the whole crowd, all…I don’t know how many, but yeah a lot of people.
The set lists is something to note. It boasts a rather diverse selection from their library of tunes. They played everything you’d expect, and a lot of what you’d never expect.
In no particular order, this is the complete set list, which amazingly enough, I was able to recall!
Pass the Mic
So Whatcha Want
Biz vs. the Nuge
Live at PJ’s
Time for Livin
Super Disco Breakin
3 MC’s and 1 DJ
Heart Attack Man
No Sleep Till Brooklyn
Time to Get Ill
Shake Your Rump
B For My Name
Ch-Ch-Ch-Check it Out
Throughout the show, Mike D emceed the show, telling quirky anecdotes and just joshing around with his other 2 partners in crime. At one point mentioning the history that the Boston Harbor so proudly carries and telling us, by the time the shows over, it’ll be called Mike D’s Harbor, which later developed into a raucous chant later on in the show. Which was followed by Ad Rock “thanking” Bank of America for having the show and what not, and like Mike D, telling us by the end of the show it was going to be called the Bank of ADAM HOROVITZ! A bunch of hams, those guys are!
Unlike most shows you go to and you hear that ONE song that just makes everybody go insane and just wild, that was pretty much every song they played, you just never knew what was coming, and what you were hoping they’d play, the did. Case in point, Hello Brooklyn. A personal favorite of mine, when I heard the first baseline drop, I knew exactly what was coming and the crowd erupted, seriously they went fucking ballistic, I’ve never heard anything like it. Same thing with No Sleep Till Brooklyn, that had to be one of the most hardcore mosh pits I’ve ever seen. More so then any Slayer or Pantera pit I’ve seen. But yeah, basically every song whipped the crowd into a whirlwind of screaming, fists raised and just a palpable sense of euphoria in all of us.
Nothing is quite as exhilarating as thousands of strangers singing together in unison.
When the show ended, we all knew that there was going to be an encore, there was no way there couldn’t be.
So of course, out they come roughly 5 minutes later, lead by Mix Master Mike again who proceeded to dazzle us with a 5 minute scratching routine that dropped my jaw and just fucking amazed every single person. Then the Boys came back out and picked their instruments and started rocking out to Heart Attack Man, holy shit, that was intense. After that, after I thought they have played everything I wanted to hear, I heard the first few chords of Egg Raid On Mojo, I could have wept tears of joy. I couldn’t fucking believe it. It was classic, total classic. I sit here writing about it and I’m still in awe that they played Egg Raid on Mojo. That was shortly followed by Intergalactic, completed with Mix Master Mike wearing some crazy ass space invader looking helmet with lights and shit, it was dope as fuck. Last, but certainly not least, they played Sabatoge And words could not express the pure awesomeness of that. I will never forget this experoiance, ever.
All in all, this was, hands down the BEST concert I have ever seen, ever. Better then even the mighty Red Hot Chili Peppers, who before this, held the title of “The Best Concert EVAR!1”
Whoulda thunk that these 3 guys, roughly in their 40’s would have the stamina and the ability to rock the crowd for just over 2 hours? Not me. Its been two days and I’m still reeling from it. The 16 years was well worth the wait for this nearly religious experience for me.
And I danced, OHHHHHH you should have seen me dancing. Like Ad Rock Said: I can sing, rap, dance in just one show.
And that’s exactly what I did.
P.S. If you’re really upset you couldn’t make it, get the Beastie Boys release on DVD, “Awesome, I fucking shot that!” Its nearly the same set list.
Oh and did I mention that Money Mark is fucking insane?
Jun 15 2007, 13h45Ok, so I’m doing it, I'm writing the journal entry I've been beating myself up to do.
And to think, I said I wouldn’t do it.
Anyways this is part 1 of about 3 parts and it pertains to the albums that have come out thus far, in 2007. The first part is going to be about the albums I've absolutely adored so far.
So what do you say we get this shin-dig started?
Alright, so to start off with we have Cannibal! This album rocks so hard my face fell off, and then when I stapled it back on and resumed listening to it, my face fell off again. Fuck what anyone says bad about this album. People say "It’s more of the same" "Its not like WDT," Well, no shit. They don’t pride themselves on being awesome musicians, they just make the music that they like making. My favorite part of the album is easily how every song builds its own atmosphere. Some key examples being No Submission or Reptile.
Lyrically, It may be Wayne’s best outing. But then again, its not saying much Wayne’s never been known for his fine writing style. But, ill give 'em this, they take you on a trip where you can almost see the pictures Wayne’s lyrics convey...its kind of hard to explain. You really just have to listen to it and experience it first hand. I love how he’s just balls-to-the-walls, I-gargle-with-razors-and-alcohol, screaming in your face. God, I fucking love it.
Musically, its loud, crunchy, in-your-face and totally aggressive and doesn’t let up at all throughout its (all-to-short) 37 minutes. Here comes the cliché part: They totally stripped down their sound and definitely sound more Metal in my opinion. They electronics are there, they are awesome, but they are not the focal point of this album. The focal point will be the new addition the sonic arsenal, the solos. They’re cool and all, but I don’t care to delve into them right now. They are solos, while nothing new to music fans; they are new to Static X and totally gnarly. 'Nuff said.
All in all, while this album is NOT WTD its just as good and it totally rocks like a pile of rocks that you know you used to make when you were swimming in a lake or river or something when you were a kid.
Next up is.Vena Sera. Man, this album is just awesome. I remember vividly, The Red had come out, it was ALL over the radio and I fucking hated it. But there was a girl I was completely head over heels for at the time and Chevelle was one of her favorite bands, so to impress her, i picked up the album. And that was as far as i got with it. So the girl ditched me and like 3 years later, i picked up the album, dusted it off and checked it out. I was impressed. Seriously. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we all know how the vocals sound like a throwback of Maynard, but fuck it, who cares? It works and it sounds good.
They sound more tight-knit then they have on previous outings, maybe it’s the conflict that’s missing now with having replaced their blood brother for their step brother on bass? Who knows? Not me and I don’t care. Tracks like Brainiac show a new, sped up sound they’ve yet to try out. And it sounds great and it’s almost...danceable? I think so. The bass is just awesome. Like the aforementioned album, I can’t seem to find one track I find myself skipping over.
You know what i loved about this album? Id be driving along, listening to it, and id find myself head banging at stop lights. Know what I mean? They’ve certainly expanded their sonic palate and created this layered, dense world of music. It certainly pulls you in, slaps you in the face and forces you to think twice for ever having doubted them for putting out consistently good music.
While Afroman has let me down in the past....Not showing up at his concert...putting out sub-par records...With the release of Waiting to inhale he TOTALLY redeemed himself. Nothing to me is funnier then hearing pop cultures biggest "hits" being dissed and 'Fro serves it up in spades. With nearly half the albums tracks being nothing more then a mockery of todays biggest stars.
"I Know All About You" - "Irreplaceable", by Beyoncé Knowles
"Ho Stopper" - "Show Stopper", by Danity Kane
"Dicc Hang Low" - "Chain Hang Low", by Jibbs
"My Chunc" - "My Humps", by Black Eyed Peas
"Spit It Out" - "Walk It Out", by Unk
"Smoke Some Green" - " Shoulder Lean featuring T.I.", by Young Dro
"Like A Bottle" - "Girlfight featuring Big Boi", by Brooke Valentine
"Colt 45 FIVEA" - "Soul Survivor featuring Akon", by Young Jeezy
And when he’s NOT making your gut bust from laughing by pointing out the obvious facts that you and your pop culture suck dick, he basically sticks to the same principles that have made him a very successful underground rapper; Smoking Blunts, Drinking Colt 45, getting his dick sucked, and slanging. While it may be "childish" "immature" and "totally fucking awesome" to me, it’s Afroman at his best. And the beats? Psh, the beats are old school and fresh as fuck
I never said this is "GOOD" music, But he’s definitely a underrated MC (and Musician) who deserves more attention. I mean, how many hip hop acts actually travel with a live band? Or play a guitar themselves? Not many. and until Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Del The Funky Homosapien or Wu-Tang Clan put out thier new albums this year, This album could be the best hip hop album to come out this year.
This here is my “surprise hit of 2007.” While some, most or none of you know,
Black Light Burns was formed by former Limb Bizkit guitarist, Wes Borland. While I hate LB, I always thought Wes was wayyyy too talented to be wasting his time with such a talent less group.
Anyways, what surprised me most about Cruel Melody, was how this album more or less, resurrected, single handedly, a (what I thought to be) dead genre. A genre made relatively famous by such acts as Gravity Kills, Stabbing Westward, VAST and Filter. A heavy rock with a heavy dusting of some industrialVAST. Its a very atmosphere driven album, and very emotional. Special attention should be paid to the lyrics, very metaphorical yet easy to relate to. And honestly, who would have thought that after LB and his less well known outing Duke Lion Fights the Terror!, Wes would have the voice that he does?
You cant go wrong with the single Lie or Mesopotamia. This album has a little something for everyone. Especially, if you’re like me, and find it very hard to get into new music, and basically rely on the arsenal of music you've been listening to for the last 10 years or so
Moving along we have Eat Me, Drink Me, a fiercely personal album. And intelligent too. Ever had your heart ripped out, only to have it stabbed and shat on in front of you? Then this album, mon ami, is for you.
Musically its easy to compare to Mechanical Animals. Even then, I don’t think its very accurate. But with the addition of Tim Skold in the studio, its just a experience you have to have.
To better explain it, i copied this:
The singer also referred to the album as "very guitar-oriented and very melodic”,” takes a totally different approach musically" and as featuring "various unconventional forms of percussion". He has also called it a romantic album, in which the lyrical content involves "the unfulfilled yearning to be in another time or another place where you feel like you would fit in better".
One thing about Manson, is no two albums sound the same, and he keeps you on your toes with every release. A true Musician and artist.
Moving along.....(my lunch break is almost over)
One of my favorite albums in the last…3 years or so, The Mix Up! When I heard they were putting out a new album, my thoughts were, “Wow has it been 6 years already?” But no it hasn’t, and I don’t care. The Beastie Boys are a rare case. Never once have they put out a bad album. Not one. Everything they touch is gold.
I don’t know where to being with this album. First off, big news, its all instrumental. The only voices you here are in the background, and its generally a snicker or something along those lines. Its not instrumental in the vain of The In Sound From Way Out. Its ALL new composures, and they all fucking rock like none other.
Ad Rock tears it up on the 6 strings. You thought he showcased his talents on [track]Sabatoge[/track]? Well, you don’t know shit then. He straight shreds. And Grooves. And rocks. And funks. And even throws in a few “widdleys” and a fair share of “wahs.” And every other cool effect in between.
Mike D, rocks the skins like a motherfucker. Keeps perfect tempo and just rocks out behind the set.
And there’s nothing I can say about MCA on the bass that hasn’t been said before. He’s amazing. Fucking amazing.
Its definitely a rock influenced album, and they bring along longtime stalemate Money Mark on the boards. This album just fits. Every song just flows naturally, nothing feels contrived or forced. They’ve been playing together since most of you were still shitting in your Pampers, so its no wonder why they sound like such a fluid, cohesive unit. I look forward to if they really do put out the version with lyrics. That’d be the shit.
But seriously, this album is a force to be reckoned with, and is no doubt, “Record of the Year” material.
So basically, that’s it. These are the albums that thus far, in 2007, have made me smile, and rocked, like a motherfucking Mountain.
And if youre coming here to tell me stupid shit like “OMG ur muzik is so GAYz,” then you can eat my asshole.
So stay tuned for the second part which is going to be albums that are mediocre, at best
Oh and if youre like me and love to laugh, pick up Patton Oswalt (Spence on "King of Queens") latest release: Werewolves and Lollipops
Jun 8 2007, 18h20Today I came to a realization,Chris Cornell's new album, Carry On, not so good. Kinda makes me die a little bit on the inside.
Beastie Boys new album, The Mix Up, Breathtaking. I actually get the chills listening to it, its that good.
Seems to be whats the trend is this year with every album i look forward to. It either rocks like a mountain, or sucks like a vacuum.
And at some point I plan on sitting down and writing a long long long journal about all the releases brought forth, in this, the year 2007. But, as I hinted, it will be long, therefor, I tend to not want to do it. Then I tell myself, do a little bit at a time, break it up.
But I know all too well, im not gonna do that.
Oh well. I'll do it someday.