St. Vincent - a.k.a. Annie Clark;

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Just came accross this gal - very interesting music; multi-instrumentalist, opera-cum-broadway delicious Indie with a nod to Nico and Kate Bush. Opening on small tours now, with a possible full-length and tour comming this summer.

Great stuff.

christoff, Sunday, 8 April 2007 17:34 (fourteen years ago) link

I saw this diminutive minx open for John Vanderslice this past Saturday night. Her fretwork is notably accomplished and while playing solo her effects pedals and samplers laid out an ample and surprisingly varied setlist.

christoff, Monday, 16 April 2007 15:32 (fourteen years ago) link

eleven months pass...

She should call her band The Grenadines.

jaymc, Friday, 21 March 2008 17:45 (thirteen years ago) link

That "diminutive minx" post is really something.

nabisco, Friday, 21 March 2008 17:49 (thirteen years ago) link

Is Christoff Squirrel Police?

Lolpez, Friday, 21 March 2008 18:37 (thirteen years ago) link

do yourself a favor and get to one of her shows.
i like the album, but it was nothing compared to the live show.
it was one of those ones that makes you go back to and like the recordings infinitely more.

oh, & her guitar is the sex.

srslyghengiskhan, Saturday, 22 March 2008 02:29 (thirteen years ago) link

one year passes...

lol @ diminutive minx & guitar is the sex. this thread is weird.

anyway, im enjoying the new album

johnny crunch, Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:51 (eleven years ago) link

new album better than debut album

akm, Wednesday, 13 May 2009 13:10 (eleven years ago) link

the exact kind of album which is know is good but it's just not my cup of tea

Zeno, Wednesday, 13 May 2009 13:24 (eleven years ago) link

SFJ in the New Yorker luvs him some St. Vincent with blog and notebook posts

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/sashafrerejones/2009/05/annie-clark.html

curmudgeon, Thursday, 14 May 2009 17:32 (eleven years ago) link

xtc influence ...hmmm, could be good

curmudgeon, Friday, 15 May 2009 13:45 (eleven years ago) link

two months pass...

this record really is pretty darn good

was v surprised to see her on letterman

badpowderfinger (electricsound), Monday, 10 August 2009 03:22 (eleven years ago) link

actually, letterman is fairly consistent when it comes to booking good musical guests.

borntohula, Monday, 10 August 2009 16:00 (eleven years ago) link

kinda surprised by this record.i like 'the party' a whole lot.

cherry blossom, Monday, 10 August 2009 16:55 (eleven years ago) link

there's something about her style that seems not to make big waves or grab loads of attention, but everything she does is terrific, and it's nice to see that she seems to have this gradual accretion of people who realize that. just slowly, steadily getting bigger and better.

nabisco, Monday, 10 August 2009 18:04 (eleven years ago) link

isn't it odd she hasn't made it bigger though? first of the sufjan connection (or is this a bad thing now?) plus the hot minx thing seems like decent enough premises.

the letterman performance was really good yes.

sonderangerbot, Monday, 10 August 2009 18:22 (eleven years ago) link

I don't know -- I can actually see how, when people read descriptions of her records, they might not find a hook that's really pressing or motivating. The Sufjan connection is probably a negative, in that sense: it's possible that people think, you know, "singer-songwriter," "nice arrangements," "Sufjan side player," umm, let's just say it's easy to imagine those things adding up to a common variety of run-of-the-mill record nobody rushes out to buy. It's tough when your hook is that you're just really good at what you're doing, because people sort of have to take someone's word on that.

I think what tends to really prove it with her is live stuff, and to be honest she's one of few acts going where there are web videos of her performances I will actually go back to and watch again, periodically, just because she's that good -- the Pitchfork.tv "Cemetery Gates" thing with her is superb and (I think) better than the album, with a lot more breathing room; and the way she used to do "Paris Is Burning" solo is just terrific to watch. She covered "I Dig a Pony" for that Takeaway Show series, or something, and that one gets me. There's something about her performing that's really special and pretty far beyond what she gets on record, in my opinion.

nabisco, Monday, 10 August 2009 18:57 (eleven years ago) link

actually, letterman is fairly consistent when it comes to booking good musical guests.

haha after a week with multiple dave matthews performances she was a major breath of fresh air

badpowderfinger (electricsound), Monday, 10 August 2009 23:20 (eleven years ago) link

I should probably give this more time, but every time I check her out I start thinking about Miranda July's "Me and You and Everyone We Know" and I get a little sick and have to turn it off.

dlp9001, Monday, 10 August 2009 23:32 (eleven years ago) link

eep. i hate that movie.

i almost saw her open for another act two years ago, but based on the sufjan connection GF and i gave her a pass. maybe we shouldn't've?

amateurist, Tuesday, 11 August 2009 02:11 (eleven years ago) link

i love her and hate sufjan fwiw

badpowderfinger (electricsound), Tuesday, 11 August 2009 02:14 (eleven years ago) link

AC played guitar for me on a tour a few years back and I can say with no doubt she is one of the most talented things going. So smart+wild soul. Killer player. Killer lady.

bear, bear, bear, Tuesday, 11 August 2009 02:31 (eleven years ago) link

three weeks pass...

i like this Actor LP a lot on 1st listen. reminds me of the first Bird And The Bee LP. not heard her earlier stuff yet tho. and i think i hate sufjan so...

unban dictionary (blueski), Sunday, 6 September 2009 20:30 (eleven years ago) link

I just got into Actor this week too. I think I must have been confusing her first album with something else I heard at the time, something more floaty and folky and whatever. I went back after discovering how much I liked Actor and ended up liking Marry Me too.

And now I'm mad because I spent two years not listening to the first album because I confused it with something lame.

Johnny Fever, Sunday, 6 September 2009 20:33 (eleven years ago) link

here's that letterman performance ftr - you still don't get anything this brilliantly weird on the jonathan ross show

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zVlr-ynnAI

unban dictionary (blueski), Tuesday, 8 September 2009 18:42 (eleven years ago) link

four weeks pass...

I like this loads.

Yes, I am playing Last.fm/Spotify bingo but it's leading me to lots of nice things. One of those spiderweb connection things that occasionally actually works.

...and the wizard blew his horn (Masonic Boom), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 14:52 (eleven years ago) link

i like it

DustyLoops, Monday, 12 October 2009 00:50 (eleven years ago) link

who was/is bear bear bear?

akm, Monday, 12 October 2009 04:04 (eleven years ago) link

castanets

sound of contusion (electricsound), Monday, 12 October 2009 04:26 (eleven years ago) link

Awesome guitar sound on track 7.

Sickamous (Scik Mouthy), Monday, 12 October 2009 08:25 (eleven years ago) link

two months pass...

So my DIS-contributing friend told me about this record. And how it's like the best thing released all year.

On first listen, it's not far off. Brilliant stuff.

dyaaaow (acoleuthic), Monday, 14 December 2009 17:35 (eleven years ago) link

there are some records i just feel too protective of to want to allow other people to listen to

this is kinda one of them

Karen Tregaskin, Monday, 14 December 2009 17:37 (eleven years ago) link

(He actually linked me Southall's blog, which really did convince me to give this a go, so chalk another one off, Nick!)

this does feel like some amazing genre-transcending secret

dyaaaow (acoleuthic), Monday, 14 December 2009 17:39 (eleven years ago) link

So she's more than just a female version of that bearded American indie stuff beloved on National Public Radio? I've only done quick listens online so far.

curmudgeon, Monday, 14 December 2009 17:49 (eleven years ago) link

Yeah, whatever you think it sounds like based on that description, you're about 83% wrong.

Johnny Fever, Monday, 14 December 2009 17:52 (eleven years ago) link

yeah, that's about as far removed from what she actually sounds like as you could possibly get without describing, like digital hardcore or something

Karen Tregaskin, Monday, 14 December 2009 17:53 (eleven years ago) link

I had listened to her music and thought 'meh', then I saw her live and it was brilliant, then I've returned to the recordings and I'm 'meh' again. I guess I can keep trying.

FC Tom Tomsk Club (Merdeyeux), Monday, 14 December 2009 17:59 (eleven years ago) link

i am reminded slightly of late-period scott walker

'black rainbow' through 'laughing with a mouth of blood' and then 'marrow' is, like, incredible

dyaaaow (acoleuthic), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:16 (eleven years ago) link

every time i hear 'Save Me From What I Want' i want it to carry on into LFO's 'Loch Ness'

mdskltr (blueski), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:26 (eleven years ago) link

Ha, this is exactly what I meant way upthread -- most of the terms you'd use to describe her music really do risk making her sound like "bearded American indie stuff beloved on National Public Radio." And to be honest with you, I would actually not argue that she's totally categorically distinct from that stuff. I really don't think she's that far away, unfashionable thought that might sound to some people. The difference is mostly just that she's a billion times more interesting and better at it than most. Artier, more graceful, more musical, better with mood, more imaginative, etc.

oɔsıqɐu (nabisco), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:43 (eleven years ago) link

^^ One benefit of this is that anytime someone who likes popular indie along those lines asks you for a recommendation, St. Vincent is something good and interesting but exactly in the right vicinity for them to like. I do wish her records sounded as good as she does live, though.

oɔsıqɐu (nabisco), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:47 (eleven years ago) link

There's a lot to be said for doing something a billion times more interestingly and effectively than most! God, this is good stuff. This is what is meant by the word 'realised' in reference to albums. Also, 'uncategorisable'. Add 'The Neighbors' and possibly 'The Strangers' to my list of holy shit this is fucking amazing

This is indeed the sort of album which should appeal to a fairly wide market of at least slightly committed sonic enthusiasts. A recommendation as likely to work on me as on someone whose taste rarely gets more leftfield than Portishead, or someone who has completely renounced mainstream pop for Steely Dan or whatever.

dyaaaow (acoleuthic), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:52 (eleven years ago) link

I continue to be baffled by the love for this one, I still vastly prefer her debut to this one. I keep returning to it in the hopes of discovering what everyone else seems to be hearing in it but, nope, still just decent sounding to me.

& other try hard shitfests (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 01:53 (eleven years ago) link

Ha, this is exactly what I meant way upthread -- most of the terms you'd use to describe her music really do risk making her sound like "bearded American indie stuff beloved on National Public Radio." And to be honest with you, I would actually not argue that she's totally categorically distinct from that stuff. I really don't think she's that far away, unfashionable thought that might sound to some people. The difference is mostly just that she's a billion times more interesting and better at it than most. Artier, more graceful, more musical, better with mood, more imaginative, etc.

I'm sure most would say I'm way off base, but I hear a lot of Kate Bush in St. Vincent (at least in the lead single from the new album).

Daniel, Esq., Tuesday, 15 December 2009 02:26 (eleven years ago) link

The "Paint a black hole blacker" bits in "The Stranger" seem like an obvious Bushism.

Monophonic Spree (Paul in Santa Cruz), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 02:33 (eleven years ago) link

I recently caught her performing on Austin City Limits and it was beautiful. The music had a very slow weight that reminded me of many things, L'Altra maybe. I listened to the album again and was mostly bored. Maybe her next album will caputre the magic of her live performances. Even her vocals are the album aren't as beautiful as they are live.

Jacob Sanders, Tuesday, 15 December 2009 05:13 (eleven years ago) link

If she's that much better live than on record, I need to see her live badly, because her records are awesome. Prefer the new one to the debut, but only got the debut on Saturday. Seems a little tamer.

exploding angel vagina (Scik Mouthy), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 07:01 (eleven years ago) link

I would say that her records are v v compressed compared to live -- this can be true of a great many records v. live situations

Astronaut Mike Dexter (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 07:19 (eleven years ago) link

i don't hear anything beardy NPR dude about her music at all except that occasionally there are maybe hints of old timeyness to it - but it's much more urban (as opposed to rural, beardy, backwoodsy) sounding than that. glimpses of 1920s glamour rather than that old tyme music hall thing. she is, at her best, totally uncategorisable in the same way that classic old skool 4ad was: haunting, evocative, otherworldly and yet visceral and teeth and bones and blood and flesh rather than filmy ghosts

kate bush comparisons are so o_0 wtf becoz yes, all otherworldly gurl singer-songwriter auteurs must be cut from the same cloth and that is the ETHEREAL staitjacket oh yessss

Karen Tregaskin, Tuesday, 15 December 2009 11:40 (eleven years ago) link

I would say that her records are v v compressed compared to live

makes sense, you can hear it on the 'Marrow' intro where her "reach the parts that need oilin and fixin" line is a bit too low, quiet and lost in the choral haze.

mdskltr (blueski), Tuesday, 15 December 2009 12:59 (eleven years ago) link

then again it doesn't bother me when David Byrne uses weird choreography (so must be the music?)

Paul, Monday, 5 April 2021 14:41 (two weeks ago) link

"I'm listening to "The Melting of the Sun" and wondering if this is her take on the Lana Del Rey aesthetic"

Jack Antanoff

akm, Monday, 5 April 2021 14:45 (two weeks ago) link

and Virginia O'Brien did 'frozen face' soooo much better

Paul, Monday, 5 April 2021 14:46 (two weeks ago) link

Ok the lyrics are pretty cringe on Melting of the Sun but I really like it musically. Gene Clark No Other vibes

J. Sam, Monday, 5 April 2021 15:01 (two weeks ago) link

+Gainsbourg Cannabis soundtrack

J. Sam, Monday, 5 April 2021 15:05 (two weeks ago) link

I just started paying attention to the lyrics and I would like to set my face on fire

― Dana Jel Pey (DJP), Monday, 5 April 2021 14:13 (two hours ago) link

I turned this on in the background and was like "this isn't so bad I don't understand what everyone is...oh my god"

chr1sb3singer, Monday, 5 April 2021 16:52 (two weeks ago) link

My Marilyn shot her heroin
"Hell," she said, "It's better than abuse"

jesus christ!!

intern at pepe le pew research (Simon H.), Monday, 5 April 2021 16:56 (two weeks ago) link

I scrolled down to the next bridge and wish I hadn't

intern at pepe le pew research (Simon H.), Monday, 5 April 2021 16:57 (two weeks ago) link

A Bridge Too Far

Halfway there but for you, Monday, 5 April 2021 17:06 (two weeks ago) link

Can't wait to see how many girls adopt "benzo beauty queen" as a tagline.

hourspass, Monday, 5 April 2021 19:18 (two weeks ago) link

pretty good cover, but i miss the organ hook after 'might as well be melting on the sun'

microsloth fig stimulator (Sufjan Grafton), Monday, 5 April 2021 19:42 (two weeks ago) link

byrne was a clear influence on her adopting all the choreography since she started doing it after their collab album + tour that featured heavy choreography (which was kinda a conceptual dry run for byrne's american utopia tour)

it's just a shame she's not very good at both that & her character stuff, none of it is compelling at all. it doesn't even come across as like, knowingly mediocre as someone suggested but if it did that would probably be even worse.

ufo, Monday, 5 April 2021 21:26 (two weeks ago) link

I do really like her signature guitar, esp the fact they actually did something new and not just as nth generation derivative of a trad model/body style

I haven't listened to this but I'm sure it sucks ass

I watched her SNL performance and immediately thought she was aping cokehead Bowie phase but like it was missing the saxophones or the songwriting and also I kept wondering what the backup singers thought of her music.

pj, Monday, 5 April 2021 22:02 (two weeks ago) link

Her 2017 album is fantastic imo

So who you gonna call? The martini police (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 5 April 2021 22:09 (two weeks ago) link

I love all of her old stuff and the new first single off the new album. This thread is making me nervous tho.

Cow_Art, Monday, 5 April 2021 22:52 (two weeks ago) link

I liked the 2017 album at the time but I never find myself revisiting it. But she's someone I'm always going to check out; she may just be in a phase that does nothing for me now. I'm sure she'll do something I like a lot again some day.

akm, Monday, 5 April 2021 23:26 (two weeks ago) link

According to my Facebook feed, St Vincent’s core audience is now “Berklee jazz professors”

Dana Jel Pey (DJP), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 01:29 (one week ago) link

her lyrics being as bad they are as on "the melting of the sun" is nothing new though, see "pills", "digital witness", etc.

ufo, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 01:42 (one week ago) link

According to my Facebook feed, St Vincent’s core audience is now “Berklee jazz professors”

Wait, really?

Just Another Onionhead (Sund4r), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 01:47 (one week ago) link

That’s based on the one dude raving about her SNL performance, to be fair

Dana Jel Pey (DJP), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 02:59 (one week ago) link

one said she’s a minx this one time.

obv i still can’t get over that thread origin story, everyone else since then is just pantomiming and shadow casting.

pence's eye juice (Hunt3r), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 03:56 (one week ago) link

Dana Jel Pey (DJP) at 8:29 5 Apr 21

According to my Facebook feed, St Vincent’s core audience is now “Berklee jazz professors

she's definitely been on the guitar magazine radar for a minute

I like the layering of the guitars with the weird bends in the bridge of "Melting of the Sun" - that's a cool effect. song is ok otherwise, I prefer her with more energy

Vinnie, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 04:12 (one week ago) link

She’s always pushing uncommon aesthetic choices in her sound, but I don’t care for the specific aesthetic she going for this time and honestly, it sounds like she doesn’t either.

I appreciate the commitment from these two singles and performances so far but it’s a very niche sort of style that only a dozen of people might even want to hear revived. It’s like retelling a joke and killing it in the process.

✖✖✖ (Moka), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 06:14 (one week ago) link

her sound this time is just throwing a 70s aesthetic over her usual sound, like the bassline on "pay your way in pain" is the same sort of thing she's done plenty of times before (like "rattlesnake") but she's got electric piano and some backing vocalists over the top this time to make it sound 70s

ufo, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 06:38 (one week ago) link

she's the worst

groovemaaan, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 07:01 (one week ago) link

I contend that musicians adjusting to "having been lauded" can be disorienting to them as songwriters, and they sometimes their subsequent work suffers from self-ironizing and self-critique. It's like a mid-career crisis. I'm really happy that tUnE-yArDs emerged from this wilderness of confusion this year

flamboyant goon tie included, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 13:30 (one week ago) link

I'll give her this, it's certainly an idiosyncratic response to her dad getting out of prison

intern at pepe le pew research (Simon H.), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 13:57 (one week ago) link

wait what

fgti makes an interesting point, although I don't know how closely it applies to St. Vincent. It makes me wonder about a thread, "Musicians whose music was damaged by prior acclaim/success".

Halfway there but for you, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 14:25 (one week ago) link

She discusses his incarceration, the delusions of love – and why she remains as perverse as ever

lol, this subhed just makes me think of the chris fleming routine about her. "those aren't freaks, st. vincent. those are attractive people with heavily-vetted idiosyncrasies"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugm_QuQ5RbY

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 14:32 (one week ago) link

This was/is A Thing over the last decade or so; putting on a blonde wig and becoming a new character, invariably based in New York. In Bat For Lashes' case she was 'Pearl' I'm sure there were others.

"Perhaps Pearl fitted better in New York than I did. I think Pearl was my way to deal with the disappointment of New York not being what I thought it was going to be. And so she was kind of like an art project I created, by putting on a blond wig and changing my face with makeup and dressing up and taking pictures quite privately in Brooklyn at night-time. She represents a night-time, underground, quite dark and debauched side of me."

https://static.wikia.nocookie.net/acid-factory/images/e/eb/Pearl.jpg

piscesx, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 15:12 (one week ago) link

She has never been a stoner.

from the guardian piece

you don't say

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 15:19 (one week ago) link

^^ Oh my, I somehow forgot about the 'Pearl' nonsense from BFL (that album was good, tough).

Same brand of wig.

ˈʌglɪɪst preɪ, Tuesday, 6 April 2021 17:08 (one week ago) link

I remember one show that was mostly great, but she kept going into these ridiculous long, pre-scripted monologues that kept killing the momentum.

Arhhh yes, this happened when I saw her and it was very please stop now.

Between the s/t and Masseduction I can't think of an act for whom my enthusiasm dropped so severely from album to album; not since the days of Animal Collective at least.

Loved Actor, thought "Cruel" was great, S/T was very near the top of my EOY ballot for the year. Even enjoyed the Byrne collab quite a lot. Other than the monologues, the live show was fantastic. I was a fan.

But Masseduction felt off - something false, a little pretentious and irritating about it, like those live monologues birdistheword mentioned upthread. Something about it was trying too hard, like a guest at a party trying to impress people by making grand, outlandish claims about themselves. There was something "cocainey" about it (not that I'm insinuating anything about SV at all, it just came off that way). The humility and nuance of Actor was all but gone, replaced, ironically, with an actorly persona.

Not so much in the music as the execution, I can't get into the recent stuff for much the same reasons I can't get into Lana Del Rey. I'm totally into performers adopting personae to augment their music and to find new angles into their own style, but with SV all it seems to do is obfuscate the artist herself (who is interesting) with a less interesting veil.

Party With A Jagger Ban (dog latin), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 13:17 (one week ago) link

it's funny - this seems to be the minority opinion in general but mine is the exact opposite of that (didn't like the early albums at all, think masseduction is by far the best thing she's ever recorded). haven't gotten into this yet/may never, but only because I don't like the music it's trying to pastiche

like, I’m eating an elephant head (katherine), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 13:37 (one week ago) link

I don't think that sonically it's a tremendous leap from what she's done before, but I'm having trouble separating the music from the image. If I were to hear the song on its own, would I still be thinking "Hmm, sounds like Eurythmics parodying Fame-era Bowie parodying sixties blue-eyed soul"? Or would I think it sounds like St Vincent being St Vincent?

Maybe too early to tell and I should reserve judgement till I hear the album. I didn't love Strange Mercy save for a couple of songs, and even the S/T had a few which actively annoyed me.

Party With A Jagger Ban (dog latin), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 13:43 (one week ago) link

Masseduction is great

Dana Jel Pey (DJP), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 13:56 (one week ago) link

I really like masseduction myself

zaddy’s home (flamboyant goon tie included), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 14:27 (one week ago) link

Same. Actor and the S/T are my favourites but Masseduction didn't seem like a dip in quality at all. Based on her latest singles that dip is coming.

kitchen person, Wednesday, 7 April 2021 14:38 (one week ago) link

I really like what she did on marry me, thought actor was ok, skipped to masseduction and really liked it a lot. It seems v consciously performative in some ways (by which i mean not stream-of-conscience or like, rawly emotive?), but I think it goes off really well.

I have no opinion yet of what she’s doing now, yet, I’ve not heard it. As a type she’s always come off to me as “very-smart drama kid,” which sounds dismissive but I sorta just mean— that’s the only heuristic I have for what seems to be going on.

Hunt3r, Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:07 (one week ago) link

Same. Actor and the S/T are my favourites but Masseduction didn't seem like a dip in quality at all. Based on her latest singles that dip is coming.

― kitchen person, Wednesday, April 7, 2021 10:38 AM (one hour ago) bookmarkflaglink

here comes the new jersey thread

like, I’m eating an elephant head (katherine), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 16:18 (one week ago) link

never have liked st. vincent, but am always willing to give her a chance, because women in music yeah. this new song sounds like 70s joni mitchell made by someone who has never actually heard any 70s joni mitchell; only had it poorly described to them by a different person who is not very articulate and knows very little about how music is recorded.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 18:36 (one week ago) link

listening to "pay your way in pain" now and jfc. this is just bad. what even is this music?

playing the other song again. kind of fascinated by how terrible it is.

does anyone remember when jewel went all teeny bopper pop and then when the album failed, she said it was an ironic post-modern artistic statement? feels like annie may be setting the table for one of those. but i hope not.

Totally different head. Totally. (Austin), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 18:41 (one week ago) link

That Jewel album debuted at #2 and went gold, which isn't really "failing"

Dana Jel Pey (DJP), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 18:51 (one week ago) link

still, isn't a Jewel going gold a downgrade?

microsloth fig stimulator (Sufjan Grafton), Wednesday, 7 April 2021 18:55 (one week ago) link


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