I relistened to Sonic Youth's Goo after a long time and for some reason I happen to love it now.
It's a very untypically pop album for the band indeed but a well made one.
Don likes GOO!?!?!
What the hell's going on around here?! ;)
3. Jack The Sax
No-man rework of SW's good-old Wake As Gun demo.
For some reason I prefer SW's weirdo lyrics on the Signify era demo over Bowness' lovesighs this time.
Nothing that special but a good addition go this compilation.
The acid sax at the end earns this a bonus point :yay
So, after cutting out the MCIS figures off the decoupage set and putting them around the obelisque of pointlessness (praying to Lord Bollymort altogether), I took my time exploring the MCIS box set my whole free day long today. This beast is huge. It is as big as a vinyl record but much fatter. The ...
When I first listened to this song, on the free Soundcloud listening session, I said merely, "This is sounding pretty good so far..." and dude, that was such an understatement. Even as the song unfolded my jaw was on the floor and I was thinking, Can I really, truly be hearing this? Is this...
I'm in Oceania for the fourth time now and here's my trip log:
Quasar, the labyrinth of a 5 minutes long intro (!) sets the sails for this journey: warm, psychedelic, yet rocking. OK, the lyrics are a bit too cheesy but why should we care?
Hell yeah, even the first minute...
It was a day into the person Billy Corgan today. That should be my last day before Oceania gets released. I've been listening to a thousand recent interviews with Billy and the band and it turns out to be that I have been so fucking wrong about many things. Maybe Billy was a self-indulgent narcist...