Talking Heads- Classic or Dud?

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, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I only really like that song that goes "same as it ever was". One sunnyday does not make a summer, so nearer to dud than classic.

james edmund L, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

They turned into crap from LITTLE CREATURES onwards, but REMAIN IN LIGHT, FEAR OF MUSIC, SPEAKING IN TONGUES, TALKING HEADS `77, MORE SONGS ABOUT BUILDINGS & FOOD are pretty untouchable, if you ask me. "Life During Wartime" alone settles the score for me. Classic.

Alex in NYC, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Classic for every aspect of Stop Making Sense. '77 doesn't hold up on its own, but stands out as the exemplar and partial inspiration for a particular aspect of the CBGBs sound. Also classic for actually liking disco despite lyrics to "Life During Wartime" being misread constantly. Also for "True Stories" being inspired by Fellini's Americord.

Sterling Clover, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

"This ain't no disco" I always read to mean "this is not a discotheque, and there's a war going on, we don't have time to dance" rather than "our music is not disco!"

Joolz Fargo, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Remain in Light - an alltime classic, one of the finest albums ever made. So many influences, a brilliant production, and those guitar sounds - epic and sublime - the way the sounds stretch out.

I am going to give it play tomorrow, as I have not listened to it in a while.

(America had to wait 8 years until Jane's Addiction - Nothing Shocking album - that could match the tripped out brilliance of Remain in Light)

DJ Martian, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The forthcoming (maybe actually out) issue of Papercuts fanzine has a long article by me on Talking Heads' Fear Of Music and Remain In Light and on Byrne/Eno's My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts.

For that stuff: classic.

Tom, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Which some of us have already read :).

Don't know any of the music mentioned in it, but it's worth buying Papercuts for that alone.

Robin Carmody, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Actually, my favorite band. Ever. With Remain In Light being my favorite album. THAT is a record for people who like sounds.

Call me 'a fan', but I like Naked.

Keiko, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I'll allow for about five or so songs these days.

Beyond that, dear heavens. No thanks. Though this could in part be due to the fact that David Byrne has turned into such an aggressive nonentity.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Don't know enough to say for sure, but like the songs I know (and love love love "Born Under Punches.") Definitely want to check out that Papercuts article, though. Tom, have to admit I'm a bit surprised that you're so into My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts. To me that's a so-so record that's of enormous interest for historical purposes, in terms of the sounds it uses and and when it came out. And I didn't expect that to be something you're much interested in. Do you really dig that record?

Mark, Thursday, 12 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Tom, my question looks a bit like an interrogation, but I didn't mean it to. Sorry. Just very curious about what you think of the Bush/Eno record.

Mark, Friday, 13 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Re My Life....

I think the context that's grown up around it does that record harm - it's now seen as this proto-dance sampling-based historical thing but I wasnt into dance or sampling much when I heard it - I just came to it as basically the further-out follow-up to Remain In Light: Kid A to RIL's OKC, as it were. And on that level I loved it and still do - I think the first side is all classic, the second drags a bit.

I think the sampled voices work well and put their point across well - the whole first side, esp. in the context of FOM and RIL, is a great artrock portrait of social/religious/political paranoia and craziness. Then when it goes so-to-speak 'to Africa' and becomes more tranquil it sounds more like an Eno record and I switch off a little.

I'll forward you the article as I don't know how easy it's going to be to get Papercuts in the US. But I'll ask the editor first. Papercuts will also feature LOADS OF OTHER GOOD STUFF though so everyone in England should own a copy.

Tom, Friday, 13 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Why only everyone in England? No, there is no good reason for buying that tawdry rag. Especially since it features poor writings by shady Scottish types...

Ally C, Saturday, 14 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Stop Making Sense. Classic. Finest concert film, etc...

JM, Monday, 16 April 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

one year passes...
Tom, do you still have that Papercuts article? and can you mail it to me?

Additional question so I can justify posting the last bit instead of emailing it to Tom like I should've done: Who are the nineties/noughties TH? Bands like the d-plan bear a sonic resemblance, esp in light of stuff like "superpowers" w its polyrhythms and non-linear structure and buzzing guitar textures and all that trademark TH stuff, but surely radiohead come closest ideologically? cf. lyrics as cut-up mundanities that serve as sharp, uncomfortable reminders of the paranoia/disconnection/submerged mysticism of modern life (as talked about on some other thread) etc

Mitch Lastnamewithheld (mitchlnw), Saturday, 12 October 2002 17:42 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

This thread was terribly short!!

Radiohead & the Plan are obvious contenders, I guess. A lot of the ideas Radiohead have in common with TH seem kinda, well, RIPPED-OFF, to me. When you compare the sleeves of OKC and Stop Making Sense, the difference is deliberately strange, borderline nonsensical sloganeering over neatly framed pictures vs. over fracturedpostcomputerparanoidwhatever artwork. There's obviously a reason for the constant comparisons for the D-Plan. I think the similarities between TH and Les Savy Fav are, you know, kinda uncanny. (they formed at the same school! plus looking like a bizarro punk-rock gym teacher = 00's equiv. of dressing like a nerdy art school kid at CBGB's). I could see them making the necessary improvements upon their sound, too. They'd make a killer afro-beat record.

A.V. Alexandre (Keiko), Saturday, 12 October 2002 19:24 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

(a.v. there are a number of other, more popular t heads threads lying around)

Mitch Lastnamewithheld (mitchlnw), Saturday, 12 October 2002 19:29 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I know! Really, both of the TH C/D threads are pretty short, tho. Maybe my favorite band is just boring to discuss when you don't compare them with Gang of fucking Four :(

A.V. Alexandre (formerly Keiko) (Keiko), Saturday, 12 October 2002 19:47 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

oh man i always forget that you wuz Keiko, sorry

Mitch Lastnamewithheld (mitchlnw), Saturday, 12 October 2002 20:05 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Mitch I put it up on FT in the end.

Tom (Groke), Monday, 14 October 2002 09:46 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I think My Life... peter's out a bit in the end but Qu'ran, Help Me Somebody, Mea Culpa and Regiment are strong stuff-esp Qu'ran. As an aside I've just now heard a couple of tracks off the new (10 years in the making) Peter Gabriel album and it sound damm good.

Chris

Chris Krohn, Tuesday, 15 October 2002 03:11 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Sorry, Tom, where exactly is the piece?

TMFTML (TMFTML), Tuesday, 15 October 2002 13:21 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

here ya go , major lift.

I was thinking today about how I've always heard "born under punches" as a 'vertical' song: starting at the top and moving downwards, a perfectly orchestrated funk-collapse, labyrinthine, rube goldberg music.

Mitch Lastnamewithheld (mitchlnw), Tuesday, 15 October 2002 18:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I think Stereolab were the '90s Talking Heads, and that Emperor Tomato Ketchup was their Remain in Light.

Talking Heads had some of my all-time favorite beginnings of songs: "This Must Be the Place," "Road to Nowhere," "Born Under Punches," "Once in a Lifetime"...

Pete Scholtes, Tuesday, 15 October 2002 19:32 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

"Pulled Up" is the second greatest song ever!

"The Overload" is a horizontal song if there ever was one. It's like crawling.

A.V. Alexandre (Keiko), Tuesday, 15 October 2002 19:39 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

three years pass...
I can't describe how much I love "Stop Making Sense" but just can't get into any of their studio material - can anyone recommend some tracks for me to start with?

wogan lenin (dog latin), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 14:42 (eleven years ago) Permalink

erm, START making sense, dude.

what track recommendations do you need if you *presumably already like some of their songs* and indeed *have heard them in both live and studio versions*?

lex to thread obv.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 14:45 (eleven years ago) Permalink

i just realised that half the songs i like on SMS are also on Little Creatures which I don't have.

wogan lenin (dog latin), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 14:54 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I zimbra, once in a lifetime, born under punches.....just to name a few.

nothing on stop making sense is from little creatures.

kyle (akmonday), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 15:23 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I made a Talking Heads mix with 8 songs that I call "Remain In Light". I would start there. Also try: Stay Hungry, Cities, Air, Heaven, Warning Signs, The Big Country, and I Zimbra.

cosmo vitelli (cosmo vitelli), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 16:17 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Not much else to add to the above - everything up to Speaking In Tongues is great, with Fear of Music and RIL being highlights. The expanded _The Name Of This Band..._ is the rare essential live album as well.

mike a (mike a), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 16:47 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Pisses me off that people say they were ever from Providence (well being from Providence), as they never really did anything but meet going to RISD.

I'll take the Feelies over the Talking Heads anyday. Better nerd rock.

Ben Dover (jonbenetsbody), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 16:55 (eleven years ago) Permalink

half the songs i like on SMS are also on Little Creatures

I believe you are thinking of

sleeve version 2.0 (sleeve testing), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 17:11 (eleven years ago) Permalink

"Seen and not seen" needs more lovin'.

Turangalila (Salvador), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 17:40 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I love it good.

cosmo vitelli (cosmo vitelli), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 17:43 (eleven years ago) Permalink

oops!

...thinking of Speaking In Tongues

No songs from Little Creatures are on SMS.

sleeve version 2.0 (sleeve testing), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:07 (eleven years ago) Permalink

and yeah, "Seen And Not Seen" is one of my favorite TH songs. More understated and spooky than the rest of the LP, with timeless lyrics.

sleeve version 2.0 (sleeve testing), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:08 (eleven years ago) Permalink

also 'little creatures' bites the big one.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:29 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Guys, yes Little Creatures blew for the most part ("Road To Nowhere" is a fucking fabulous song and you all know it), but Naked deserves a serious listen or two, even if you find the afrobeaty elements contrived, there are jams on there you should be able to get into.

a naked Kraken annoying Times Square tourists with an acoustic guitar (nickalici, Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:40 (eleven years ago) Permalink

The expanded, remastered The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads though really is their greatest listen. I can't believe how perfectly Adrian Belew's leads fit into their big band mix (disc 2).

a naked Kraken annoying Times Square tourists with an acoustic guitar (nickalici, Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:43 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Remain is Light is the only album of theirs that I've ever really gotten into, although most of them are all right.

jaymc (jaymc), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 18:44 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Hella classic, and anyone who says otherwise is a great big walking fool.

My favourite TH album is 'The Name of this Band is...." Holy jack-in-a-box, Adrian Belew ****ing rules, especially on "Born Under Punches", which I've only listened to about.... 38 times? I love that song.

GLC (ZakAce), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 19:14 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I like Little Creatures. And She Was and Stay Up Late are two of my favorite big pop hits of the era. Maybe it's nostalgia, I was young and those songs ruled classic rock radio of the time.

Dan Selzer (Dan Selzer), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 19:44 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Ah, I always forget "And She Was" was on there too. Primo karaoke fodder.

a naked Kraken annoying Times Square tourists with an acoustic guitar (nickalici, Wednesday, 20 September 2006 19:49 (eleven years ago) Permalink

Yes, those live versions on TNOTBITH absolutely kill. Talking Heads Live in '80-'81>>>>>>>>>>>>most other live music.

cosmo vitelli (cosmo vitelli), Wednesday, 20 September 2006 19:54 (eleven years ago) Permalink

yep, i meant speaking in tongues, not little creatures. i am a silly billy.

wogan lenin (dog latin), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:39 (eleven years ago) Permalink

whole other thing!

well, it would make sense you liking 'SMS' and 'SIT' above the other eno-era material. of the three eno albums i'd rate 'em: 'fear' best, then 'more songs', then 'remain'.

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:41 (eleven years ago) Permalink

**The expanded, remastered The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads though really is their greatest listen. I can't believe how perfectly Adrian Belew's leads fit into their big band mix (disc 2).**

Yes, really really good stuff. For me the jury's still out on Belew - I much prefer the twin Fenders of Byrne and Harrison on the earliest stuff. The playing on New Feeling and especially A Clean Break is terrific - crisp and sparkling. I'd love to know on which trax (studio and live) Byrne uses a Jaguar. NF and ACB sound like a Strat/Tele combination to me.

Dr. C (Dr. C), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:46 (eleven years ago) Permalink

were there ever 12" remixes of the 'speaking in tongues' stuff?

EARLY-90S MAN (Enrique), Thursday, 21 September 2006 09:53 (eleven years ago) Permalink

That's ok, I didn't know enough about either of you to be upset.

29 facepalms, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:23 (two months ago) Permalink

'fp' pronounced as 'fap'

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:24 (two months ago) Permalink

More Songs About Buildings and Fp

"Celebration" encourages the listener to celebrate good times. (Dan Peterson), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:25 (two months ago) Permalink

Now, back to the topic...

The point being that playing funky stuff every so often doesn't make you a funk band.

― Wewlay Bewlay (Tom D.), Wednesday, September 13, 2017 5:47 PM (forty-two minutes ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

In Talking Heads' case, this is more than "every so often" ...

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:32 (two months ago) Permalink

is there something wrong with saying tina weymouth is a funky bass player? i don't get ilx sometimes....

Week of Wonders (Ross), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:33 (two months ago) Permalink

it's just music christ

Week of Wonders (Ross), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 18:34 (two months ago) Permalink

No, I just thought it was funny that, at the same time, other people were defending Talking Heads by arguing that it's crazy and wrong to call them funk.

No purposes. Sounds. (Sund4r), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:31 (two months ago) Permalink

Talking Heads = Music Christ. it is settled law.

you are juror number 144 and we will excuse you (Sufjan Grafton), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:36 (two months ago) Permalink

Amen!

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:43 (two months ago) Permalink

The album wasn't called Fear of Funk after all.

Wewlay Bewlay (Tom D.), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:47 (two months ago) Permalink

No, I just thought it was funny that, at the same time, other people were defending Talking Heads by arguing that it's crazy and wrong to call them funk.

You have to put that in the context of the original post that kicked all this off:

I'm often left with the impression that they're a white funk band for people who perhaps consider themselves a little too artsy and deep to listen to the real deal

And then all manner of further nonsense from the same poster thereafter.

Wewlay Bewlay (Tom D.), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:50 (two months ago) Permalink

Who considers themselves too artsy to listen to real funk anyway? Hasn't that been cool for decades?

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:52 (two months ago) Permalink

Or am I reading it wrong and does 'the real deal' mean that somehow Jamiriqoi is where it's at?

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:55 (two months ago) Permalink

"This song started from a jam," says bassist Tina Weymouth in the liner notes of Once in a Lifetime: The Best of Talking Heads. "Chris [Frantz, drummer] had just been to see Parliament-Funkadelic in its full glory at Madison Square Garden, and he was really hyped. During the jam, he kept yelling 'Burn down the house!' which was a P-Funk audience chant, and David dug the line, changing it to the finished version, 'Burning down the house'." (Bernie Worrell of Parliament-Funkadelic joined Talking Heads' live incarnation.)

llurk, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:59 (two months ago) Permalink

hmm, so there does appear to be a connection between talking heads and funk

very interesting

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:59 (two months ago) Permalink

boy did this become tedious

mission accomplished Turrican

Οὖτις, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:03 (two months ago) Permalink

Didn't they work with that guy what's his face from Roxy Music? So they're clearly glam rock!

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:09 (two months ago) Permalink

Yeah, sorry, this is tedious. I'll fap myself out.

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:09 (two months ago) Permalink

they are actually a white rap group cf David Byrne's rapping on Crosseyed and Painless

Οὖτις, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:11 (two months ago) Permalink

let's change the topic. how about this one: all of sgt pepper's is totally overrated. and after that: that thing your grandma told you on your 6th birthday party that stuck with you your entire life? it wasn't that insightful, and you didn't even remember it correctly. final topic: that thing you like? no, wrong.

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:11 (two months ago) Permalink

except for those times they used a pedal steel guitar, then they were a white country group

xp

Οὖτις, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:12 (two months ago) Permalink

xp i liked that post up until your final topic explained very clearly how it was wrong to do so

you are juror number 144 and we will excuse you (Sufjan Grafton), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:31 (two months ago) Permalink

lol
well, at least david byrne might appreciate the contradiction

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 20:54 (two months ago) Permalink

Y'know. I've really been thinking today. About a lot of things. Talking Heads. Can. What funk is and is not. How to form an argument. And I just want to say to Turrican: Thank You. Because you make me a better person. I mean, you don't really 'better' anything, you're an awful piece of shit, who clearly couldn't construct a cohesive argument if you're life depended on it, clearly hasn't heard an appropriate amount of funk music, and you seem to have some deep rooted issues related to masturbation, which is a good and natural thing. I guess what I mean to say is this: You're lowering the bar. And you do that for all of us. And the way my life has been going these last few months, I really needed that. So Thank You.

Also, I guess I should really stop watching BoJack Horseman at this point.

Frederik B, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:00 (two months ago) Permalink

I'm often left with the impression that Bojack Horseman is the horse cartoon for people who perhaps consider themselves a little too artsy and deep to watch the real deal, my little pony

you are juror number 144 and we will excuse you (Sufjan Grafton), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:06 (two months ago) Permalink

roflz

Οὖτις, Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:06 (two months ago) Permalink

Holy shit

It was in front of us all along

Turrican is fred b

ps talking heads are a really shit band, like they're bad at music and sound bad.

passé aggresif (darraghmac), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:23 (two months ago) Permalink

Also yanks note the 'are a shit band' not 'is a shit band' it's little things like this that make ye stand out as not native speakers

passé aggresif (darraghmac), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:26 (two months ago) Permalink

Thanks for clarifying that Sund4r :)

Week of Wonders (Ross), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 21:54 (two months ago) Permalink

So did we figure out if Talking Heads are a funk band or what?

Shat Parp (dog latin), Wednesday, 13 September 2017 22:11 (two months ago) Permalink

No, we found out that people are in denial about it and Frederik B is a middle aged divorcee with an anger problem, who seems to enjoy re-using the exact wording of his personal correspondence.

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:31 (two months ago) Permalink

(with some words changed obviously)

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:33 (two months ago) Permalink

I LOVE TALKING HEADS

Karl Malone, Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:35 (two months ago) Permalink

No, we found out that people are in denial about it
- everyone is in denial
and Frederik B is a middle aged
- who cares how old he is
divorcee
- who cares
with an anger problem
- I'M GONNA PUNCH A WALL
, who seems to enjoy re-using the exact wording of his personal correspondence.
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0
i love talking heads

Karl Malone, Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:36 (two months ago) Permalink

Now now, there's no need to start going and punching walls.

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:42 (two months ago) Permalink

clearly ilm is going through a golden era

Shat Parp (dog latin), Thursday, 14 September 2017 07:54 (two months ago) Permalink

what's the cutoff for a "golden era"? anything under two?

bob lefse (rushomancy), Thursday, 14 September 2017 12:34 (two months ago) Permalink

Animal think...they're pretty smart
Shit on the ground...see in the dark.

rock and roll tucci coo (voodoo chili), Thursday, 14 September 2017 14:27 (two months ago) Permalink

What about Houston?
What about Detroit?

Eazy, Thursday, 14 September 2017 14:29 (two months ago) Permalink

WHAT ABOUT PITTSBURGH P-A?

rock and roll tucci coo (voodoo chili), Thursday, 14 September 2017 14:35 (two months ago) Permalink

Some TH playing in Morrisons when I was doing my shopping last evening, very deep and artsy.

The Doug Walters of Crime (Tom D.), Friday, 15 September 2017 09:47 (two months ago) Permalink

All the fans of real funk fled

Shat Parp (dog latin), Friday, 15 September 2017 09:48 (two months ago) Permalink

I've never been too crazy about them, don't dislike them really either, just ambivalent I guess. However, On the strength of this thread, I decided to DL Fear of Music and the live thingy. Will live with them for a week or so and see if they click. Off topic but the Liam Gallagher pre-covers thing is wonderful. Nice work everybody.

VyrnaKnowlIsAHeadbanger, Friday, 15 September 2017 14:14 (two months ago) Permalink

Much of early Heads, like say, Name of This Band is spiky art-punky, with the uber trebly sound and intentionally naïve/awkward vibe.

Late Heads could be funky, like Popsicle of Love, or world-musicky like I Zimbra.

In between, I think, is both their creative and popular peak - Little Creatures, Stop Making Sense.

Tangentially, I liked how Byrne's book (and TED Talk) discusses the extent to which spaces CBGBs - narrow and live - complemented and enhanced the sounds they happened to be making. Short delays, hard surfaces. Just as Gregorian chants and 18th-century chamber music worked well in the spaces those musics were performed in. Characteristically, he leaves open whether it's chicken or egg.

Tegumai Bopsulai (Ye Mad Puffin), Friday, 15 September 2017 14:26 (two months ago) Permalink

spaces LIKE

Tegumai Bopsulai (Ye Mad Puffin), Friday, 15 September 2017 14:26 (two months ago) Permalink

For me, Fear of Music is 50% peak Heads and 50% awkward murkiness that doesn't push my buttons. The live albums (and vids of course) are the best intro to the band.

Shat Parp (dog latin), Friday, 15 September 2017 14:26 (two months ago) Permalink

otm

you are juror number 144 and we will excuse you (Sufjan Grafton), Friday, 15 September 2017 14:32 (two months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

fear of music is their best album

Week of Wonders (Ross), Monday, 16 October 2017 04:29 (one month ago) Permalink

I actually really, really like Little Creatures. It's quality cheerfulness. I don't know the first two albums but LC is my fave out of albums 3 to 8.

Valentijn, Monday, 16 October 2017 06:50 (one month ago) Permalink


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