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Scott Reid
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Reviews 19
Approval 94%

Soundoffs 9
Album Ratings 115
Objectivity 75%

Last Active 10-24-10 10:14 am
Joined 09-29-09

Forum Posts 270
Review Comments 835

musical taste

Currently Digging:
Tape
Fang Island
mewithoutYou
90 Day Men

Chart.
favorite bands

Fatwize Gangees,


» last.fm/Scandreid
Recent Tracks:

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shoutbox » all posts 
  • plane miss you
    December 31 01:16 PM
  • tombits had a listen to the stream, and can't really say I dig it too much dude. loved your review though! and tell me how o' brother goes down for you.
    March 4 05:09 AM
  • robin how i wish you were here
    January 23 02:17 PM
  • Marsygra i appreciate the criticism and your absolutely right about reviews that go on a track by track approach. However being a post-rock album writing about how amazing post-rock is extremely cliche so i opted to write about how If These Trees Could Talk go about putting their own flavour into this diverse genre. And the best way i felt i could word that was to describe the movement of each song so that the reader can grasp exactly what i mean when i say that these guys standout from post-rock
    January 5 08:55 AM
  • robin p.s. i know you dont care but hibernian messed up their chance, as per
    January 4 05:02 PM

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