lz41
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Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
The more I listen to GY!BE's discography, the higher my rating for "Skinny Fists" gets.
3.5
11.23.17
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞
Sputnik, this pseudo-avant-nothingness cost me $38. I'll be putting up the link to my Go-Fund-Me page in a sec.
2.0
11.07.17
Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold
Nominating a Foo Fighters' record for Album of the Year. It's a funny world we live in.
4.0
10.31.17
Midnight Oil Red Sails in the Sunset
A tale of two albums - the first half a stripped down, hard-hitting passage dominated by Hirst's drumming with the band's angriest, bluntest social commentary yet spanning from the military industry complex to nuclear annihilation and the genocide against Australian Indigenous people. The second half is full of songs with instrumental frippery, distracting from the issues raised on 'Kosciusko', 'Who Can Stand in the Way' and 'Helps Me Helps You'.
3.5
10.17.17
Bernard Fanning Tea & Sympathy
One of Australia's biggest pop stars of the day steps back from his band to record a super chill country-folk-bluegrass album. He even scored another memorable pop hit with 'Wish You Well'.
3.5
09.27.17
Patti Smith Easter
A criminally underrated album. You've got the wild, primal poetess of 'Babelogue/Rock n Roll Nigger', the glorious, spectral artiste of 'Easter', the chart-smashing ode to spirituality and sex of 'Because the Night'. If "Horses" is the better album for its consistency and revolutionary impact, "Easter" is more noteworthy for its unexpected and wildly successful turns.
4.5
09.13.17
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds From Her To Eternity
A slapdash, unfinished sketch of an album in which Cave works his way from the Birthday Party's abhorrent legacy. A claustrophobic conceptual thread is evident in 'Avalanche', 'Cabin Fever!' and the primal ode to voyeurism and sexual obsession 'From Her to Eternity', the Bad Seeds' first great song.
3.0
09.11.17

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