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"SOMETHIN' OLD/NEW" today features a classic gem "EVERYBODY DIGS" by renown pianist/composer Bill Evans and the provocative sounds of Hypnotic Brass Ensemble titled "HYPNOTIC JOINTS, VOLUME ONE"

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I've decided to start posting one album cover that I absolutely LOVE every day. Let me know if any of them are your favorites, too.

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anybody else never able to find any queen vinyls at record stores, antique shops, etc where they live?? I mean, I do live in a pretty small area, but I still find tons of Zepoelin albums, Aerosmith, etc. but never any Queen. To date, I’ve only found one Queen album (The Game btw) and the sleeve was in the worst condition possible- like half of it is coffee stained ☕ And come to think of it, I don’t ever find any Bowie albums, either

Best and worst things about each Rammstein album (imo):

Warning: You are allowed to disagree with me. That’s totally okay and I’d love to hear why I’m wrong about certain songs.


Best: The intense, aggressive, raw vocals and the hard-hitting guitar riffs, which are probably the best and most memorable guitar sounds of all the albums. It also helps that Weisses Fleisch, Heirate Mich, and Asche zu Asche are all in my top 5 R+ songs. There’s also only one song I dislike on it (Der Meister), the rest are all classics.

Worst: The backing vocals are too emotionless and monotone for me, but this may be due to me being used to the LAB and other live versions of the songs which either have the crowd or Richard singing those parts. The studio versions of DRSG, AZA, and Heirate Mich are ruined for me because of the backing vocals. It may sound kind of petty of me to dislike these versions just based on this, but Richard’s live vocals have always been my favorite parts of those songs, so when the studio versions lack that intensity, I can’t enjoy the song.


Best: There’s not a single song I hate on it. Even the songs like Du Hast, Kuss Mich, and Eifersucht (which are my least favorites, but I still like them a lot) have good aspects: Du Hast is undeniably catchy and fun, easy to sing along to, great live, and has a hard hitting intro. Kuss Mich is bit dumb and the cartoony sound effect makes it impossible to take seriously, but I’ll admit that I listen to it quite a bit and if it comes up on shuffle, I rarely skip it. Eifersucht took me a while to like because the chorus is just so repetitive, but I love the lyrics and the melody of the verses. All the rest of the songs on the album are perfection, which makes it my favorite album of theirs.

Worst: While I like Kuss Mich and Eifersucht, they weren’t the best choices to end the album with. Such a great album deserves a better ending than this. A better closing song would be either Klavier or Alter Mann.


Best: The first half is just singles, which means a lot of consecutive songs that are all really good. After the only three “meh” songs, the album also manages to save its ending with Nebel, which is a beautiful song that perfectly closes out the album.

Worst: Like mentioned in the part above, the album takes a dip in quality with Zwitter, Rein Raus, and Adios. These songs just don’t fit with the rest and are much less deep. Zwitter is way too repetitive, Rein Raus is okay but could have been much better and is overly sexual, unlike the rest of the album, and Adios’ chorus is so bad I was actually stunned the first time I heard it because it sounds so incredibly un-Rammstein-y. It sounds like a bad song I’d hear on the 90s radio and is super conventional and dull. The only reason Adios is still on my iPod is for the amazingly catchy and fun guitar solo.

Reise, Reise

Best: This albums feels the most cohesive while still exploring lots of different ideas and sounds. It has intense riffs, great drums and keyboard, acoustic guitar, harmonica, violins, beautiful emotional vocals, and of course cannibalism. It also has a really strong start with Reise, Reise and Mein Teil and strong ending with Stein Um Stein, Ohne Dich, and Amour.

Worst: I find a handful of its songs to be good but not great. I don’t hate any songs on it, but many songs could have been pushed a bit. For example, the studio version of Los becomes a bit boring, whereas the Volkerball and full band versions are so much better. Morgenstern has a great riff in the verses, but I don’t care for the chorus. This last example is probably the most specific to just my opinion, but I like the beta version of Ohne Dich better than the studio version. Like a million times better. When the first “ohne dich” lyric hits, it’s with the full force of the band and that keyboard riff is so catchy and good and the studio version doesn’t have that.


Best: It shows a different direction of the band, one that’s softer and more emotional. And since it’s made up of previously unused songs, the album takes risks.

Worst: With that said, the tone is all over the place. Songs like Spring and Rosenrot make me want to cry and songs like Stirb Nicht Vor Mir and Te Quiero Puta make me cringe and/or laugh.


Best: Till’s vocals are beautiful. I love Till’s aggressive Herzeleid vocals, but this album shows another side of his voice on Fruhling in Paris, Haifisch, and the chorus of ITDW.

Worst: This may be controversial, but it seems to have more forgettable songs and lacks strong, memorable riffs. I find myself often forgetting songs like Waidmanns Heil, Mehr, Pussy, Roter Sand, and LIFAD. Those songs just don’t stick in my brain, if that makes sense. The other albums I can easily name all the songs off each off the top of my head, but with LIFAD, I have to think on it more, which says to me that it’s not as strong of an album.

Conclusion: I’m a sucker for the early stuff, obviously.



Imagined Genre: Folktronica

Inspiration: Found some origami figures (not pictured, haha) chilling in a corner of an abandoned house in South Korea.

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Top 10 Albums/Songs of 2018

Top 10 Albums of 2018

10. Death Grips - Year Of The Snitch - All I could think about on my first listen of this album was Michael Jackson. It’s pure theater, pure performance. Multi-layered and captivating. Metal af.

9. Olafur Arnulds - re:member - For the past couple years I’ve managed to slip a random soundscape/classical album into my list which I’m sure everyone greatly appreciates. Well, this year is no exception. I’ll explain myself again - I live in a noisy-ass, toddler-and-baby world and my brain needs some quiet every now and again. I won’t pretend to know the state of modern classical music, or what makes a classical album important today, etc. I’ll just say that listening to this album makes me feel good. Olafur Arnulds never fails to give me my space.

8. Ashley Monroe - Sparrow - Maybe the saddest album of the year thematically. I don’t know if I’ve heard a more powerful blend of poetry, soul, and country music. Sparrow feels like a crossover, but a crossover from what to what? Where did she come from? It’s like Bill Withers and Carole King secretly raised a kid in Nashville. “Hands on You” is the sexiest jam of the year.

7. John Prine - The Tree of Forgiveness I think the last time I put John Prine on my Top 10 list, I said that I had a feeling it would be his last album. Thank god I was wrong. I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone said that the genius of Prine is that he infuses the absolutely domestic with sacred meaning. It’s so true: who else can sing about putting stuff on layaway and taking the garbage out and somehow make it seem like the meaning of love and life? And The Tree of Forgiveness proves that he hasn’t lost a single step. Just listen to “Egg & Daughter Nite, Lincoln Nebraska 1967” and then “Summer’s End”. Laugh, cry, repeat. I will forever love John Prine.

6. Sarah Louise - Deeper Woods - Joanna Newsom has been on hiatus and I’ve been getting desperate for the sort of ethereal, naturalist root music that she does so well. Luckily I found Sarah Louise, who has a Grace Slick-meets-Joan Baez-meets-Nico thing going on. I’ll always be a sucker for stripped down spooky Robert Frost folk, and this one covers all the bases. Haunting. 

5. Remember Sports - Slow Buzz - I actually really liked this album so thanks TZ for recommending it; I wish I had more time with it prior to now.  Lyrically it is excellent - it’s unique, vulnerable, smart, and relatable all at the same time. The vocals have that indie Pinegrove guts-exposure that makes it so believable. I would absolutely go to a show and stand in the back in my Violent Femmes t-shirt and nod along unassumingly. That said though, I can’t get it out of my head that there is something so heartbreaking about this album - it’s world-weary and it dares to ask the universe to give back the prom queen angst and Nick-and-Nora breakup ‘sad’s that were par for the course before weekly school shootings and nazis part deux. I respect it for that.

4. Mitski - Be the Cowboy - Such great instrumental breakdowns, such strange melodies, such a well-crafted album from start to finish. The way Mitski blends synth with acoustics with electric strings is perfect. She manages to be obscure and 'out there’ while simultaneously being so open and accessible; no easy feat.

3. Hop Along - Bark Your Head Off, Dog - Hop Along was a breath of fresh air this year and I think I listened to BYHOD the most of any album. It's light and airy, but cutting and witty also. It plays like a 90s femme alt-rock collection and it’s glued together with poignant lyrics. The vocals of Francis Quinlan are fantastic, whose improvised repetition and early indie style rings with the urgency of someone who knows something big is going to happen but can’t get anyone to pay attention.

2. Saba - CARE FOR ME - Remember a little album called Good Kid, M.A.A.D CityCFM is the Chicago version. Saba takes you to the honest extremes of his emotion, pulling out raw despair and depression at times and love and hope at other times. No other album this year had me hanging on every word, rooting for the artist throughout the entire track list. To say the album feels like a movie seems to cheapen it, though it has the dramatic peaks and valleys of a blockbuster. No, it’s a memoir. Saba treats the listener like a friend, venting and raging on “LIFE”, laughing and dreaming on “SMILE”, utterly disassembling the music industry on “GREY”, and storytelling like a master on “PROM / KING”. Listen to this again and then go amend your lists. Oh yeah, Chance is on it.  

1. Snail Mail - Lush - I have a hard time putting my finger on exactly why I loved this album so much this year. Maybe it’s the vocals - smooth and swaying, sort of pissed off, sort of disappointed. Maybe it’s the space - tracks are minimalist, echoed, and beautifully bare. I tend to lean toward the personality of it all. It feels like Lindsey Jordan is breaking free of something, and that gives the whole album an optimistic, eyes-on-the-horizon vibe that is intoxicating. Top notch album that defined the year for me.

Worst Album of 2018

Decemberists - I’ll Be Your Girl - I used to get pumped when a new Decemberists album came out - their stuff was interesting, smart, nerd fuel. These days when they release an album, I only find myself thinking 'ugh just please don’t be complete shit’. And this album wasn’t exactly that, but it wasn’t exactly anything. It’s just the last of the crinkled post-its on the bottom of Colin Meloy’s weird poem trashcan. There’s no real heart or message anywhere. Their last good album was The King is Dead (and it was a really good album), but the band itself is increasingly feeling like Meloy’s jackoff mirror. I’m pretty sure he’s holding the rest of the band captive in his grapevine garland-draped, all-too-rustic cellar.

Top 10 Songs (that weren’t on my Top 10 Albums) of 2018

10. Parquet Courts - “Total Football"  -  ”…and FUCK TOM BRADY!“

9. Metric - "Dressed to Suppress"  -  Great track on a really fun album.

8. Natalie Prass - "Short Court Style”  -  Now That’s What I Call Music 1,563.

7. Old Crow Medicine Show - “Look Away”  -  OCMS still finding beauty in the rust of the south.  

6. Kanye West - “Ghost Town"  -  Most heartfelt track on a decent, but maybe a little lazy (?) album.

5. Unknown Mortal Orchestra - "American Guilt”  - Making Americans examine our own social presence.

4. Israel Nash - “Rolling On"  -  Big full-bodied sound wall.

3. Courtney Barnett - "Need A Little Time"  -  CB gettin’ deep.

2. Leon Bridges - "Beyond”  -  Pure, wonderful love song.

1. Dawes - “Crack The Case”  -  Beautiful. One of the best current singer/songwriters.

Top 5 Players from MTV’s The Challenge (so sue me)

5. Sylvia - I don’t know why I like Sylvia so much. She headbutted that drunken, cig-smoking mom, Marie. She’s just a little firecracker. A fiesty underdog with a lot of heart.

4. Shane - Shane is a self-titled bitch. He’s the snakiest, slimiest player there is. He actually threw an entire challenge so that a certain player on his team would be voted out.

3. Wes - Arguably the arch-nemesis of Bananas before Devin came along. Always hatching schemes that are way too complicated and get him thrown out.

2. Devin - The way this dude fucks with Johnny Bananas is hilarious. Someone had to come in and usher out the old heads - Devin is the man for the job.

1. Cara Maria - She’s a force and completely independent. She was the first woman to ever win The Challenge solo. She can be a bit cringey sometimes, but she’s a beast.

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ɪꜱ ɪᴛ ᴄʜɪʟʟ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ʏᴏᴜ'ʀᴇ ɪɴ ᴍʏ ʜᴇᴀᴅ?
‘ᴄᴀᴜꜱᴇ ɪ ᴋɴᴏᴡ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ɪᴛ'ꜱ ᴅᴇʟɪᴄᴀᴛᴇ (ᴅᴇʟɪᴄᴀᴛᴇ).
ɪꜱ ɪᴛ ᴄᴏᴏʟ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ɪ ꜱᴀɪᴅ ᴀʟʟ ᴛʜᴀᴛ.
ɪꜱ ɪᴛ ᴛᴏᴏ ꜱᴏᴏɴ ᴛᴏ ᴅᴏ ᴛʜɪꜱ ʏᴇᴛ?
'ᴄᴀᴜꜱᴇ ɪ ᴋɴᴏᴡ ᴛʜᴀᴛ ɪᴛ'ꜱ ᴅᴇʟɪᴄᴀᴛᴇ.
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ɪꜱɴ'ᴛ ɪᴛ? ɪꜱɴ'ᴛ ɪᴛ? ɪꜱɴ'ᴛ ɪᴛ? ɪꜱɴ'ᴛ ɪᴛ?