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YAYY! Just what the world needs... another fukking obnoxious "Noise-Rock" band. WTF? What absolute shit. You LIKE this crap, William - really? Do you and your ilk just try to seek out the kind of stuff that will deliberately piss off and annoy as many other people as possible so that you can feel disassociated and esoteric in your tastes, or do you authentically enjoy grating, ear searing shit recordings? Really - I am serious. What the fukk is the attraction, mush less the art in crap like this? Do you also enjoy GWAR?
Posted by shawn on Sunday, 05.4.08 @ 16:52pm
Posted by William on Monday, 05.5.08 @ 01:56am
I actually really like that album....
Posted by Liam on Monday, 05.5.08 @ 04:10am
Shawn, try Psycho Candy. If that doesn't work for ya, then we can safely say that noise-pop is a big NO.
Posted by Liam on Monday, 05.5.08 @ 05:26am
"Shawn, listen underneath the noise and you should find..."
Posted by shawn on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 09:07am
Shawn, I take it you're not a Jackson Pollock fan then.
Posted by mel on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 09:43am
Oh yeah, I forgot the bit where the production has to be as dry as possible, and the bit where the listener doesn't have to make any effort to hear the structures. My bad.
Posted by Liam on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 09:43am
No, I am not poking around for a pissing match, and I do realize it's my option to just ignore this style, so I am being confrontational... to this "genre" and not one of you - for some reason this genre irritates me tremendously - so I am sorry for the tirades.
Posted by shawn on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 11:02am
I don't actually have any strong feelings about Malkmus' vocals. I used to find it pretty annoying, but then I heard "Hit The Plane Down" and I started to enjoy the humourous side to it.
Posted by Liam on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 11:34am
"Certain people like it. They like the fact that they have to delve into the music and properly concentrate to enojy it."
Posted by shawn on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 11:48am
Psycho Candy is actually jam-packed with fuzz and distortion, but it's normally easy to follow the melody line. That album is the start of Noise Pop, so you opinion on that would give a pretty good idea of the rest of Noise Pop.
Posted by Liam on Tuesday, 05.6.08 @ 11:56am
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