Everett True

12 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board, 18.08.11 – 25.08.11

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Nirvana - Nevermind 20 Year Anniversary

It was all about one album this week. The new No Mas Bodas. Oh, wait…

Shut up about Kreayshawn being racist 
I mean, isn’t hanging out with, and working with other races pretty much the dictionary definition of NOT a racist? (Kelly McClure)

1. Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Later (see featured image)
Nirvana had a bigger effect on American culture than any rock band since The Beatles. I was there, and anyone who tells you any differently is a goddamned liar. (Scott Creney)
2. Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Ago
It’s taken me nearly two decades to admit to liking Nevermind in public again. (Everett True)
3. Of course, it doesn’t count when women or blacks do it. Part 2.
Just thought I’d spell this out. So sexism doesn’t exist in the music industry in 2011, huh? (ET)
4. the new Washington video: “How is it just like Lady Gaga?”
Should critics be reviewing the intent, or the product? (ET)
5. Sometimes, I think this is the greatest song ever recorded (Song of the day – 386: Toussaint McCall)
Sometimes, I think this is the greatest song ever recorded. (ET)
6. old grudges revisited: Courtney Love
But honey, you sure ain’t no Stevie Nicks. Or even Abba. Or evenThe Distillers. (ET)
7. Song of the day – 385: Sinéad O’Connor
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that this 1.08 minutes is why I love Sinéad O’Connor so. (ET)
8. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Mirror Traffic (Matador/Domino)
You need Mirror Traffic the way the ocean needs more salt. (SC)
9. Collapse Board: The First Year
We’re the Millwall of the Australian music media; no one likes us and we don’t care. (Justin Edwards)
10. Highlights & Lowlights of Splendour In The Grass 2011
I enjoyed this year’s Splendour, as I always do. (JE)
11. thoughts on the new Washington song, ‘Holy Moses’
‘Holy Moses’ is potentially the single best song Washington’s ever released. (Matt O’Neill)
12. a reprint of a review of the last Fall album, because I’m tired, and someone mentioned it on Facebook
In comic book terms, this would be called the second Silver Age of The Fall, or something. (ET)

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