Why did it take so long for Curtis to be in Nine Questions? He's one of the few people it actually makes sense to write about in this fashion.
This attempt to prove all the commenters of the original article wrong is even more pathetic than the original review, and that's saying something. First of all the fact that a reunion announcement has been made doesn't automatically make Mangum's motivation for touring before to be an advertisement. Also, at the time of the review this had not been announced, which is why this newest disgrace of an article on the topic appeared over a month after the original. If you were so sure why not jump to Levine's defense when the comments were being written. This is all a moot point, though, because the original article still stands as a personal vendetta, not a review. That one of the things the commenters latched on to to make their point has panned out doesn't invalidate the content of their discussion. This is a petty, juvenile announcement, and one I'm surprised representatives of the weekly would be willing to stoop to. After going back and reading the original review, as well as the comments, I actually think the commenter you quote here was right on the money, despite his criticism of the reunion announcement. Shame on you weekly indeed!
Get an editor on this!
Filter is technically a two-hit wonder. Take a Picture, with its annoying refrain of "There goes my aeroplane", was actually a bigger hit than Hey Man, Nice Shot.
Really interesting Stephen, thanks!
I think that you would be really interested in some recent research that I have come across about crowds and citizen science.
It’s called “The Theory of Crowd Capital” and you can download it here if you’re interested: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abs…
Really powerful stuff!
Saw the Furs last year in Bristol UK. Simply stunning. Met Richard and his young lady in the city centre prior to the gig. Had a good chat with them. Can't wait for new material.
I heard Doo Rag is reforming for this.
Excited to see they're back in action with a new album! Love I Will Steal You Back http://smarturl.it/StealYouBackVEVO
Definitely think this is one of their strongest releases in awhile. I Will Steal You Back is one of my favorites as well. http://smarturl.it/StealYouBackVEVO
This puto ain't got shit on cavities . None of those tats r from prison, but he wants you to think they are. Tell this fuckin actor to come to my hood westeren hills lets see how tuff he is when he ain't Rollin w hipster emo down town left wing homos
Love Candye Kane here in Florida!
Chris Black is an amazing talent.( I wish I was there to witness the Chamberlab!)
Robust -and- mystical! A great artist and a fun read; thanks.
JSBX has got the FLAVA!
Seconded, except I saw them in Kansas City at the Midland. Heard some great songs from that first album!
Will do! Thanks for listening.
I did stay tuned Julio, and the show kicked ass! I would've contacted you direct but at the time I was in an area with no cellular service. It was cool though how you went a little out of your normal show, not that your normal show doesn't have a lot of variety, but even more variety is great! I'm looking forward to next Friday morning, until then, I wish you nothing but the best.
P.S. If you're in the mood, play The Tilts "Hot For Pizza" on your next show for me; your show is the only place I've ever even heard of it. Please make sure to do it after 1:45 though, sometimes I don't have a chance to tune in until that late. Thanks, DC
Just came from the concert..so awesome to see such an iconic band in Tucson at the Rialto!!
Along with Mission of Burma and Sonic Youth. Just couldn't make it out that year, sadly.
Julio: Too bad you missed ATP 2003. You missed the reformed Stooges debut. And the Minutemen. They just left out the guitar completely. It was intense.
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