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James Weiskittel

Member Since Saturday, 14 February 2015
Last here Friday, 17 May 2019
Last post 17 May 2019

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20 Apr 2019

An absolute gem of a record, and (in my humble opinion) the very definition of an underrated classic. Well said Ljubinko!

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19 Apr 2019

Hansard is definitely pushing boundaries here, but for me, the album is a resounding success. Great review as always Brian.

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29 Mar 2019

Yeah, up until this point, his eclecticism has kinda made it hard to find a single album that I could say "this is amazing from start to finish"......even the Mysterious Production of Eggs has a couple of flubs (in my opinion), but this is a gem from the first second to the last.

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24 Mar 2019

I think Tonight's the Night and On the Beach are massively under-appreciated gems; so I'm glad to see them get some love here. With an artist like Young, I kind of feel like there's no 'wrong answers', but this list is definitely in line with my thoughts for sure. Great job.

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24 Mar 2019

Brilliant album; great review. Good job Jim.

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15 Feb 2019

This is the best review I've read in a long, long time. Spot on Mark. Easily my record of the year so far.

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6 Feb 2019

Great review Kyle! Literally laughed out loud. The White Album might be the biggest 'pleasant' surprise of my 30's, but I agree with you, Pacific Daydream and this mess of a record are just a couple more Hurley-esque head-scratchers. Fingers (tentatively) crossed for the Black album.

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1 Feb 2019

It's taken me a couple of weeks to wrap my head around this one, but man, oh man does this album rule! A pleasant surprise in so many ways. Great work as always Mark.

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9 Jan 2019

Holy blast from my past batman! I was so into Pedro back in the day, and am happy to see Bazan resurrecting the moniker. Your review is spot on Brian.

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7 Jan 2019

Well said Paul! In my opinion, this soundtrack/score easily elevates what was an otherwise pedestrian effort to the realm of engaging.

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