dimsim3478
William Lim
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Reviews 22
Approval 92%

Soundoffs 159
News Articles 49
Band Edits + Tags 105
Album Edits 201

Album Ratings 626
Objectivity 87%

Last Active 10-18-14 11:34 pm
Joined 09-27-10

Forum Posts 30
Review Comments 5,186

musical taste

Currently Digging:
The Pillows
Pinch Hitter
Run the Jewels
Have Mercy

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Recent Tracks:

Kittyhawk Tourisme
Kittyhawk Better Gardens
Kittyhawk Better Homes
Kittyhawk Seasonal Abjective Disorder
Kittyhawk Zodiac
Kittyhawk Hans Christian Andersen
Kittyhawk Self v. Former Self
Kittyhawk Self v. Former Self
Kittyhawk Welcome Home
Kittyhawk Jude II
Most Played:

1) The Mountain Goats 181 plays
2) Owen 143 plays
3) The Pillows 102 plays
4) Do Make Say Think 72 plays
5) Swans 72 plays
6) Boris 63 plays
7) Trophy Scars 60 plays
8) Godspeed You! Black Emperor 59 plays
9) Waxahatchee 59 plays
10) LCD Soundsystem 57 plays
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  • hogan900 Gates album is the tits.
    October 23 08:03 PM
  • JohnnyOnTheSpot maybe, I think I said that on the news article haha
    October 23 10:59 AM
  • JohnnyOnTheSpot you'd probably dig this Gates album
    October 23 09:42 AM
  • amanwithahammer You're right that there's not that many actually, but there's more than one, Carnival and Funny Bunny. If they'd overdone it putting on multiple tracks from single albums I don't think it would've worked so well though, so I think it's just right the way it is. That's basically what I meant, that there's enough (I'm probably just happy cos those are my favourite pillows songs ever alongside Swanky Street also)
    September 13 11:21 PM
  • scottpilgrim10 Thanks dude, I've been jamming BTMI! a lot lately, I'm still listening to AMB and GBC. I can't quite wrap my ahead around SCRAMBLES and vacation but they still rule.
    September 3 10:40 PM

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