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United States United States. DJ since Feb 21, 2009
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the16points OK, I'll stop the pop block with this last song...
the16points Detention Girls might sound a little dated, but not as much as, say, anything by Shoes.
the16points Not sure how I've known so many GBV fans over the years, yet not a single one ever mentioned this band. Lo-fi pop from the last place you'd expect
the16points Thanks to the Oxford American music issue for turning me on to these Alabamans. Had heard of them before, but had no idea of the pop goodness.
the16points @mikwhite inspired me to post this one. Great rockin' track.
the16points And the light, it burns your skin in a language you don't understand.
the16points the equally great My Bloody Valentine cover.
the16points Incredible Wire song (one of my favorites), to be followed by...
the16points Richard Hawley. Still need to d/l this album, after 2-3 years of listening to this song.

I'm looking for someone to find me

the16points The winter weather has put me in a Beach House mood recently. I love the simple guitar melody during the chorus.
the16points This rocks so much it makes me forget that the lyrics read like they were written by a mentally handicapped David Coverdale. Is that what genius is?
the16points ...Although this one does get stuck in my head at times
the16points I tend to prefer Deerhunter to Atlas Sound. In case you were wondering.
the16points "I've got a dick for a brain, and my brain is gonna sell my ass to you."
the16points "What if I said I'm under the glass, untouchable as the document itself?" I wasn't aware of Vic's wrenching re-arrangement of this song. Hits the gut.
the16points And sometimes I can just enjoy a Twilight Singers song without any bullshit personal reservations. This one, for example.
the16points If you're the subject of a Dulli song, chances are yr situation will involve some crawling and metaphorical whores. The prev posted No. 9 wins w/ both
the16points And the chorus lyric of "Why you watch a car wreck, motherfucker? 'Cause it looks fun to die" is another one straddling that same line.
the16points The near-final lyric, "But me, I'm free, indubitably," is total genius and completely stupid at the same time.
the16points Sadly, Dulli also appears to have a hidden love of late Pink Floyd. See the opening phone tone here, and the aforementioned female bg vox on No. Nine.
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