Tyler Fisher

Reviews 211
Approval 98%

Soundoffs 34
News Articles 60
Band Edits + Tags 42
Album Edits 73

Album Ratings 450
Objectivity 68%

Last Active 02-10-15 6:38 pm
Joined 05-30-05

Forum Posts 2,756
Review Comments 2,806

12.20.10 Tyler's Top 25 Of 201012.04.10 Fp's Top 50 (rough)
03.02.10 February 201001.31.10 January 2010
06.05.09 What's Good10.30.08 Epic
07.24.08 Flawed Sez07.09.08 Flawed Does 2008
04.14.08 2008 Albums You Should Know01.04.08 Hai I'm Electric City
12.24.07 Too Late For The List12.22.07 Flawed's Top 15 Of 2007
11.16.07 Nu-jazz09.09.07 I'm Wearing Sandals
08.21.07 Shred08.15.07 Production
08.05.07 Here, There, And Everywhere07.07.07 Halfway To A Threeway
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Flawed Sez

Recent acquisitions/digs
Liquid Swords

Finally got this, absolute classic. For the unedcuated- Wu-Tang hip-hop
2Jakob Dylan
Seeing Things

Well, it's not The Wallflowers. In fact, it's probably one of his strongest releases ever. The album is indeed
folk, but he's also not trying to imitate his father.
3Okkervil River
The Stage Names

After hearing Shearwater, I had to finally get this. Really great stuff.
4 The War on Drugs
Wagonwheel Blues

The best deion I've heard of this album is this: "Pretend Bob Dylan was handed a copy of Loveless
before he did his thing." Right on.
5The Evpatoria Report

Epic length post rock gets good again.
6 Conor Oberst
Conor Oberst

Listen to the stream for yourself, but it's basically an evolved version of the country styles he went for on
his last Bright Eyes album, Cassadaga.
7 Equus

ELIMINATOR. Except not.
8 Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis
Two Men with the Blues

Wynton steps down from his pedestal and, with Willie Nelson leading, makes brilliant, dirty blues.
Blazing Arrow

I've had this for a while and loved it, but I listened to it for the first time in a long time last night. Incredible.
10 Mutyumu
Il Y A

Japanese post rock/skramz/anime. Good for an lol- www.myspace.com/mutyumujapan
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