Pitchfork: The Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s: 20-01

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ilm list top 20:

020.- JAY-Z - "Big Pimpin'"
019.- DAFT PUNK - "Around the World"
018.- DR. DRE - "Nuthin' But A G Thang"
017.- SINEAD O'CONNOR - "Nothing Compares 2 U"
016.- STARDUST - "Music Sounds Better With You"
015.- MASSIVE ATTACK - "Unfinished Sympathy"
014.- BECK - "Loser"
013.- AALIYAH - "Are You That Somebody?"
012.- NIRVANA - "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
011.- BLACKSTREET - "No Diggity"
010.- BJORK - "Hyperballad"
009.- RADIOHEAD - "Paranoid Android"
008.- APHEX TWIN - "Windowlicker"
007.- WARREN G - "Regulate"
006.- NEW ORDER - "Regret"
005.- GETO BOYS - "Mind Playing Tricks On Me"
004.- MY BLOODY VALENTINE - "Soon"
003.- THE BREEDERS - "Cannonball"
002.- DEEE-LITE - "Groove Is In the Heart"
001.- PULP - "Common People"

symsymsym, Friday, 3 September 2010 07:18 (4 years ago) Permalink

i'll never understand why "hyperballad" seems to be the consensus pick from the björk discography. it's not even a standout on its parent album!

lol this is the first i realised "enjoy the silence" was released in the 90s. REALLY?! i've just always assumed it was from like 1981 or something.

basically came down to "are you that somebody?" vs "juicy" - rip babygirl and biggie ;_; - went w/the hawk in the sky in the end

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

"common people" is such an annoying song. i hate it when people canonise pulp as being better and smarter than the rest of britpop trash. NOT SO. JUST AS AWFUL AS ALL THE OTHERS.

anyway in that song my sympathies are entirely with the poor girl who had to put up with being jarvis cocker's gf briefly.

ahahahaha i've just realised these are meant to be the 20 best songs of the entire 90s?! lolololololololololololol and indeed smh

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:22 (4 years ago) Permalink

shocked by striking lack of overlap between lex & pitchfork's taste

a dystopian society awaits if we continue on this path. (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:28 (4 years ago) Permalink

that "loser" song. i remember that from when it came out! absolutely dreadful. it's like a fucking parody of every socially inept indie mumble there's every been! "i'm a loser so why don't you kill me?" - OK THEN, happily! i genuinely didn't know it was rated as remotely acceptable by anyone (ah, the days before i'd read any music crit). seriously i remember laughing at that song w/my girls in high school, it was so obviously lame.

idk i just feel a touch of pity for anyone whose top 20 of that decade includes, like, belle & sebastian or neutral milk hotel (lolllll @ their stupid name, still) or pavement or nirvana. or WEEZER! god, i remember them from the '90s as well, and i swear they were a joke novelty band possibly put together by comedians. i can't believe they still have a career.

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:34 (4 years ago) Permalink

keep swinging for the bleachers

a dystopian society awaits if we continue on this path. (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

like anyone who was a teenager in the '90s i liked a ton of "alternative" music from then but this is all the stuff that even 14-year-old me knew to mock

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:36 (4 years ago) Permalink

Loser

false prophets talk in metaphors (CaptainLorax), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:38 (4 years ago) Permalink

to be fair, weezer barely have a career

"bubbling" pictures for mormon approved j0hn (J0rdan S.), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:38 (4 years ago) Permalink

happy to hear it

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:40 (4 years ago) Permalink

my favorite line in Loser is "And my time is a piece of wax fallin' on a termite who's chokin' on the splinters". and yes, Loser is my #1 choice

false prophets talk in metaphors (CaptainLorax), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:43 (4 years ago) Permalink

"i'm a loser so why don't you kill me?" - OK THEN, happily!

Rap? More like CRAP!

symsymsym, Friday, 3 September 2010 07:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

yeah, i can't really hate on anything here. favorites = beck, belle & sebastian, daft punk, dre/snoop, B.I.G, and well, everything else straight through to the bottom. the last seven tracks in this list cannot be fucked with. but honestly, nothing here incenses me or even bums me out. bjork is not my favorite, but hyperballad is solid. if you have to have an aphex twin track, it might as well be windowlicker. neutral milk hotel track is probably my least favorite, closest to horrible, but i like other stuff from that record, so i'm okay with it.

a dystopian society awaits if we continue on this path. (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 07:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

"i'm a loser so why don't you kill me?" - OK THEN, happily!

Rap? More like CRAP!

― symsymsym, Friday, September 3, 2010 3:52 AM (9 minutes ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

lol

max, Friday, 3 September 2010 08:01 (4 years ago) Permalink

Belle and Sebastian - "The State I Am In"

rmde

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:06 (4 years ago) Permalink

oh my god, pavement #1?

s0 embarrassing for p4k

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:07 (4 years ago) Permalink

yes, last i heard, indie rockers en masse had rejected the teachings of pavement and burned all existing record of their heresy

a dystopian society awaits if we continue on this path. (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:10 (4 years ago) Permalink

well, if not, then why not

لوووووووووووووووووووول (lex pretend), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

guys you're ignoring this important youtube comment

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early 90s man. that was our sixties. and we blew it!

gross rainbow of haerosmith (underrated aerosmith albums I have loved), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:16 (4 years ago) Permalink

the 90s are gonna make the 60s look like the 50s

a dystopian society awaits if we continue on this path. (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

lol reactionary lex is back

Prime Minister Dougal McGuire (King Boy Pato), Friday, 3 September 2010 08:54 (4 years ago) Permalink

god there are some b&s tracks i can vibe to but this is just abject

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 09:05 (4 years ago) Permalink

Aaliyah - "Are You That Somebody?" - freaking great
Aphex Twin - "Windowlicker" - feel like I should vote for this but it's not even my fave Aphex track let alone fave track of the 90s :-(
Beck - "Loser" - this was the first time I ever had the feeling I was being "marketed to" like my generation had become a demographic, and I didn't particularly like it
Belle and Sebastian - "The State I Am In" - at a particular moment in time, this was meaningful, but that moment has passed
Björk - "Hyperballad" - freaking great
Daft Punk - "Da Funk" - just a bit of fun, be cool
Depeche Mode - "Enjoy the Silence" - hated at the time, but it's really grown on me
DJ Shadow - "Midnight in a Perfect World" - can't remember how it went
Dr. Dre [ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg] - "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" - can't remember how it went
Mazzy Star - "Fade Into You" - oh just go away
My Bloody Valentine - "Only Shallow" - see my Aphex entry. Not my fave MBV track.
Neutral Milk Hotel - "Holland, 1945" - can't remember how it went
Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - oh just go away
The Notorious B.I.G. - "Juicy" - can't remember how it went
OutKast - "Spottieottedopalicious" - can't remember how it went
Pavement - "Gold Soundz" - can't remember how it went also OH JUST GO AWAY god I fucking hate Pavewank
Pulp - "Common People" - God I fucking hated this song with an utter passion
Radiohead - "Paranoid Android" - a moment in time but that moment has passed
Weezer - "Say It Ain't So" - can't remember how it went
Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck" - can't remember how it went

So OF THIS LIST it looks like the only tracks I still have unreserved love for are Aaliyah and Bjork. But at the same time I feel like I should vote for what Aphex Twin or MBV *mean* to me, and *mean* to my impression of what 90s music was about. Even though there are other songs by those artists that should get the nod.

But now I'm listening to Hyperballad again, I'm getting the same "BUT THIS ISN'T EVEN THE BEST SONG!" vibe.

Oh wah waht a boring and unrepresentative list etc. moan groan complain etc.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:01 (4 years ago) Permalink

I hate the nineties and "Loser" is not at all my favorite Beck, but hating that song or dismissing it as an example of being "marketed to" is crazy talk. It could have been released in 1979. Just a buncha cool sounds and non sequiturs stitched together whose chorus happened to be exactly the generational catchphrase adapted by record companies.

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:18 (4 years ago) Permalink

think that was Kate's point...?

great British wasteman = u (DJ Mencap), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:22 (4 years ago) Permalink

I mean given it originaly came out on a microindie before Geffen jumped on it, I don't think there's any suggestion that Beck was a literal marketing creation, but I can see why someone might roll their eyes at its presentation

great British wasteman = u (DJ Mencap), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:24 (4 years ago) Permalink

Neutral Milk Hotel - "Holland, 1945" - can't remember how it went

played it about an hour ago and i can't remember how it went. as with weezer and pavement and belle and sebastian, totally unremarkable piece of music.

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:24 (4 years ago) Permalink

^ this. this is otm. but i remember feeling that same weird twinge of encroachment in 93. i loved the song in spite of the feeling that i'd been sold, but it was definitely there. wasn't beck's fault, either, cuz he was clearly & authentically of my generation & culture, but he was one of the first examples of what i then thought of as "my" outsider/slacker/indie-refusenik youth culture and values being sold back at me by the dreaded "mainstream". it was somewhat jarring in that sense.

whether or not this makes sense to you probably says a lot about where and who you were at the time.

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

by "this" i meant alfred's initial response to KDT.

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:26 (4 years ago) Permalink

not history mayne's inability to properly listen to music

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:26 (4 years ago) Permalink

Thanks for your dismissal of my personal reaction to a song as "a dismissal". It was not a dismissal, it was a pretty powerful disillusioning - which was probably rather important for me to make at that age, and in that time and place. I'm not denying that that song was, certainly, a generational moment. However, it did mark for me the moment (along with Grunge Boutiques in Macy's and the like) that I realised that anything and everything could/would be coopted by the mainstream, that I wasn't so unique and that I should stop being such a fucking snob about music because many of the lines were absolutely arbitrary and "indie" or "alternative" or whatever it was that I'd been a part of in the late 80s and early 90s was really just one lifestyle choice among others.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:27 (4 years ago) Permalink

i was 13 when 'loser' 'dropped', felt it was something of a parody?

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:27 (4 years ago) Permalink

Karen, no offense, but that disillusionment seems like a good thing in retrospect, no?

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:28 (4 years ago) Permalink

wasn't beck's fault, either, cuz he was clearly & authentically of my generation & culture, but he was one of the first examples of what i then thought of as "my" outsider/slacker/indie-refusenik youth culture and values being sold back at me by the dreaded "mainstream". it was somewhat jarring in that sense.

Yes. This ^^^^^^^^

It was that sense of having your own self-generated culture sold back to you that I disliked, not the song. The song was actually pretty catchy.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

Karen, no offense, but that disillusionment seems like a good thing in retrospect, no?

This was my ENTIRE point.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

So then, thank you, record company!

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:30 (4 years ago) Permalink

Not really, no.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:33 (4 years ago) Permalink

i was 13 when 'loser' 'dropped', felt it was something of a parody?

it totally was, but it was a clever insider's self-mockery. delivered to us from one of us, if you will. the otm wit was a big part of what made it feel so weirdly intrustive on pop radio. plus awesome. still love it, btw, though not as much.

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:33 (4 years ago) Permalink

As for Neutral Milk Hotel, still haven't heard'em, don't remember'em at all at the time. Were their tapes passed around in college dorms or something? Were they played on college radio?

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:36 (4 years ago) Permalink

kind of glossing over the parallel doublethink required, because at the same time is was SO FUCKING GREAT to see this stuff beginning to break through to the mainstream, to see "kool thing" on MTV and trade secret tapes of nevermind demos while waiting for it to officially drop.

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:37 (4 years ago) Permalink

speaking of tapes.

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:37 (4 years ago) Permalink

and yes, afred, college students passed neutral milk hotel demos around as if they were doobies

having taken an actual journalism class (contenderizer), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:38 (4 years ago) Permalink

once again, there is a huge transatlantic divide on this [via the bbc]

i am legernd (history mayne), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:39 (4 years ago) Permalink

I remember similar sort of phenomena, but the reaction to this stuff starting to break through to the meainstream wasn't so much "SO FUCKING GREAT!" but "Oh shit, we're about to get really completely screwed, aren't we?"

Perhaps that's down to indie snobbery, perhaps that was the cynicism that would haunt my generation. But my personal reaction to the sight of the kind of people who used to beat me up in high school suddenly walking around in Kurt Cobain t-shirts was "oh fucking shit, end times" rather than untrammelled joy.

cymose corymb (Karen D. Tregaskin), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:40 (4 years ago) Permalink

Downloaded Neutral Milk Hotel years ago after it came high in an ILX poll. I remember them nearly as dull as The National.

Chewshabadoo, Friday, 3 September 2010 11:45 (4 years ago) Permalink

now that's just mean

do you know sixty (electricsound), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:47 (4 years ago) Permalink

Sorry!

Chewshabadoo, Friday, 3 September 2010 11:51 (4 years ago) Permalink

I remember when Neutral Milk Hotel came out - I think I read an article about Tribe 8 in like Relix or something - but I could never find any of their albums and Olivia Treble Control was a better band name anyway. Every now and again, someone extols the genius of "The Aeroplane Flies High (Turns Left, Looks Right)" to me and I'll go check out some song samples on iTunes, but it's always really unremarkable.

a Bud Light Chelada 22 oz. on a sort of a date (kkvgz), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:53 (4 years ago) Permalink

Olivia Treble Control was a better band name anyway.

it is kinda better than their actual name

do you know sixty (electricsound), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:57 (4 years ago) Permalink

my horribly-formed attempt at one of those faux-naive skot seward posts.

a Bud Light Chelada 22 oz. on a sort of a date (kkvgz), Friday, 3 September 2010 11:58 (4 years ago) Permalink

theres no wanky love song shit, its about going clubbing & meeting girls & when that life meets with "real life situations" & about growing up, in a specific geographic place& time, semi-autobiographical, piece of ATL nightlife/life in general, universal but local, basically a perfect split point between experimental artiness - i.e. the spoken word approach, the extended length - and the more traditional concepts & styles & sounds theyd worked with before .... awesome track that showed them first starting to really upend shit

so perfect for this era, where ppl are overrating the crap out of conservative faux-UGK rappers, that suddenly dudes want to HONOR THE FIRE of trad earlier Outkast where they "rap their asses off" (c. tom breihan) & have totally 180'd on the worthiness of the way outkast actually made a name for themselves as one of the greatest rap groups ever by playing w/ song form & experimenting musically.

imo aquemini is their best record (and spottieottie one of the album's highlights) for exactly this reason -- it was the pt at which they actually started to really emerge as, like, multidemensional musical minds but kept it anchored in the past & w/ a strong sense of personal identity, the tension & chemistry really taking shape

you cant see me markers (deej), Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:46 (4 years ago) Permalink

ha, sorry if this has already been pointed out, but "Gold Soundz" won the Crooked Rain poll too.

CROOKED RAIN CROOKED POLL

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:49 (4 years ago) Permalink

posted this in the aquemini thread:

I think part of what makes "Spottieottiedopalicious" hit so hard is how in both Dre & Big Boi's verses, they start out as these surrealistic descriptions of chemically-enhanced nightclubbing experiences, but by the end of each verse shit has gotten too real in a very sobering way.

― grin and ˁ˚ᴥ˚ˀ it (The Reverend), Friday, June 25, 2010 7:10 PM Bookmark

The Reverend, Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:51 (4 years ago) Permalink

^^^good post

you cant see me markers (deej), Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:51 (4 years ago) Permalink

Every time I listen to "Spottie" I promise myself to pay attention the lyrics but the horn charts and the rhythm distract me.

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

*TO the lyrics

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

deej all the way otmed up

The Reverend, Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:53 (4 years ago) Permalink

also, it's not just funk, it's DUB too

The Reverend, Thursday, 16 September 2010 00:54 (4 years ago) Permalink

yeah deej that was an excellent post, wish I could 'like' it

the mid- '80s vein of hellmusic we love to hate (bernard snowy), Thursday, 16 September 2010 13:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

or 'upvote' or something

the mid- '80s vein of hellmusic we love to hate (bernard snowy), Thursday, 16 September 2010 13:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

deej you can rockcrit this shit all you want but if you ask your average outkast fan to name five kast songs from the 90s this woouldn't be one

k3vin k., Thursday, 16 September 2010 17:45 (4 years ago) Permalink

uhhh yr bringin' a lot of conceptual baggage into this with the "average outkast fan" -- like, has the "average outkast fan" listened to aquemini? if not, which albums have they listened to? or do they just know the singles/hits? and if so, when did they start paying attention? etc etc

haven't you people ever heard of theodor a-goddamn-dorno (bernard snowy), Thursday, 16 September 2010 17:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

"revolution no. 9 by the beatles is representative of the beatles because it's a DETOUR IN A CAREER FULL OF DETOURS WHOOOAaaaoaooaaahttp://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm278/chri7stopher/scanners.gif!"

― assface johnson (Whiney G. Weingarten), Wednesday, September 15, 2010 3:47 PM (Yesterday)

i'm just saying this post is otm - i just doubt that people who were buying outkast albums around this time (among whom i can't count myself admittedly - i was like seven) are gonna be like ohhh yeah you know what i think when i think outkast? that seven minute horn song with almost no rapping! (to paraphrase whiney again)

k3vin k., Thursday, 16 September 2010 17:57 (4 years ago) Permalink

i mean we all agree the song is pretty rad tho

k3vin k., Thursday, 16 September 2010 17:58 (4 years ago) Permalink

maybe it's not the "average outkast fan"'s pick (whoever they may be), but it won the aquemini poll on ILX, and considering that's the biggest of their 90s album, it being the critics pick from aquemini doesn't seem that scanners.

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:03 (4 years ago) Permalink

it's also on that big boi and dre presents comp, which suggests its not exactly a deep album cut

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:04 (4 years ago) Permalink

can't we just accept that Pitchfork took some critical/fan favorites whose esteem has raised over time (whether everyone realized it) over the obvious pop hits?

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:09 (4 years ago) Permalink

NO

juggalo iglesias (HI DERE), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:09 (4 years ago) Permalink

see if Pitchfork had just opened the list up to more than one song per artist then this discussion needn't have happened...

i wish them hell and happiness (Drugs A. Money), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:27 (4 years ago) Permalink

I would like to request an argument over DJ Shadow's Midnight in a Perfect World, which has been badly neglected itt.

Gorecki or Go Home (Paul in Santa Cruz), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:32 (4 years ago) Permalink

whatever happened to that guy

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:36 (4 years ago) Permalink

I'm guessing "grad school"

juggalo iglesias (HI DERE), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:37 (4 years ago) Permalink

argument: DJ Shadow's Midnight in a Perfect World does not exist.

i wish them hell and happiness (Drugs A. Money), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:40 (4 years ago) Permalink

according to wikipedia he's an avatar on DJ Hero, working on a new album and playing shows in Antwerp. Good for him!

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:56 (4 years ago) Permalink

You missed the "DJ Shadow sneaks his own records into shops in Hungary" story then I take it?

Eejit Piaf (Noodle Vague), Thursday, 16 September 2010 18:59 (4 years ago) Permalink

Allegedly his latest track

da croupier, Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:00 (4 years ago) Permalink

Samples from Gary Numan?

Gorecki or Go Home (Paul in Santa Cruz), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

Tuomas, it tells you on the page

About the Artist
Mickey Hart, best known for his work with The Grateful Dead, has collected and performed on many unusual percussion instruments found throughout the world. He has put both traditional and little-known instruments to new and unexpected uses in his own compositions. At the same time, he has worked diligently to preserve the wisdom of ancient musical cultures through his recordings of indigenous artists. His research into the ritualistic roots of percussion is chronicled in his 1990 book, 'Drumming at the Edge of Magic'. In 1969, Henry Wolff and Nancy Hennings traveled to India and Nepal where they studied with the Kagyu branch of Tibetan Buddhism and discovered the transcendent music of the Tibetan bells. In 1972, they became the first Western artists to make use of the then unknown Asian instruments in a 20th century Western idiom. The resulting album, Tibetan Bells, led to a succession of recordings featuring these instruments.

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:20 (4 years ago) Permalink

I assume you have heard the grateful dead?

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:21 (4 years ago) Permalink

oops wrong thread hehe

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:21 (4 years ago) Permalink

btw these arguments still going?

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:22 (4 years ago) Permalink

even the P&J arguments dont last this long. Pitchfork must be really special to posters on ILM

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 16 September 2010 19:23 (4 years ago) Permalink

deej you can rockcrit this shit all you want but if you ask your average outkast fan to name five kast songs from the 90s this woouldn't be one

― k3vin k., Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:45 PM (6 hours ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

bulllllshit

you cant see me markers (deej), Friday, 17 September 2010 00:31 (4 years ago) Permalink

i still hear this one at clubs btw -- awesome 'end of the night' jam (i think i posted this somewhere)

way more than i hear rosa parks

you cant see me markers (deej), Friday, 17 September 2010 00:32 (4 years ago) Permalink

deej has been otm itt

J0rdan S., Friday, 17 September 2010 00:44 (4 years ago) Permalink

iet

you cant see me markers (deej), Friday, 17 September 2010 00:53 (4 years ago) Permalink

yeah, def the 90s outkast jam i hear out the most. not sure kevin is old enough to go to clubs tho, so won't hold that point against him.

The Reverend, Friday, 17 September 2010 04:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

lol

J0rdan S., Friday, 17 September 2010 04:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

the zinged becomes the zinger

J0rdan S., Friday, 17 September 2010 04:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

i have never heard this song outside of me playing my own copy of aquemini, so ¯\(°_°)/¯

t(o_o)t it and b(o_o)t it (Whiney G. Weingarten), Friday, 17 September 2010 05:23 (4 years ago) Permalink

we're talking about strip clubs, right?

Gucci Mane hermeneuticist (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 17 September 2010 11:06 (4 years ago) Permalink

Midnight In A Perfect World is gorgeous, it's one of the few tracks on Endtroducing that's aged well.

Matt DC, Friday, 17 September 2010 11:15 (4 years ago) Permalink

^^^

you cant see me markers (deej), Friday, 17 September 2010 11:54 (4 years ago) Permalink

4 months pass...

played it about an hour ago and i can't remember how it went. as with weezer and pavement and belle and sebastian, totally unremarkable piece of music.

you're dumb.

billstevejim, Thursday, 3 February 2011 06:52 (3 years ago) Permalink


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