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Goodbye summer, hello fall. Enjoy the last long weekend of the summer.

 

They collaborated on this and nine other [cialis compare levitra viagra] tracks for a full length that came out a couple weeks back.   This is a stand out for me musically as Brian Eno did a great job here.   Byrnes voice is still not my favorite but it works well in this context.   Definitely a nice surprise for the end of summer.  

 

Another old college track that a friend recently requested as his Kickball warm-up music.   (Yes, it is kickball season again.   Sadly cialis compare levitra viagra, Costa Messy is currently 1-2 and mired in a 2 game slump.   We are going to take the Labor Day weekend off and try to rest up and get healthy though for our game on the 8th.   More updates to come later in the season. ) This is an older song from Jimmy Eat World and one I had somewhat forgotten about.   All JEW songs bring back memories of being in studio until 3am cranking out horrible design projects that I look back on now and cringe.   Seriously, they were bad.   Luckily I have Jimmy Eat World to look back on with fond memories.  

 

This seems to be pretty high on my list for 2008 albums of the year.   Having listened to this album more than any other this year I was a little surprised when the band made their network television debut a few weeks back on Conan and decided to play this song.   This is one of the only “slow” songs on the album and I didn’t pay close attention to the content of the song until that Conan visit.   It’s a great song musically and lyrically.   I still wouldn’t say that this track is the best to introduce people to their music though as it does seemingly stick out on the album.   I predict that these guys are going to get as big as other local favorites the Silversun Pickups within the next year.   This album is too poppy not to get to that level since I’ve heard this track is actually on the radio out here.  

 

Their new album, Now or Heaven is out September 9th on Merge.   I’ve been eagerly awaiting this album after stumbling upon their last record last year at some point.   It is also of note that a good friend of mine went to school with the bass player and considers him his “arch nemesis. ”  This is said in fun as they were apparently in band together and … I don’t know the rest of the story but I find it funny that someone would actually use the phrase “arch nemesis”.   This is a nice hook filled track which gives me hope for the full length.  

 

Having gone home to visit my family last weekend I inevitably was subjected to modern country radio while on a short car ride.   I do not listen to music on the radio as 75% of the time I’m tuned in to news or sports talk.   I say this not to boast about my musical standing in an arbitrary scene but to try and give context to the following critique. Cialis compare levitra viagra   why is modern country radio still playing a song that was released in 1992?  they didn’t preface it with “a blast from the past” or any other radio jargon, they just said what it was and went on with their playlist.   I am sure modern rock radio does this too so maybe I should leave out the genre in general in this critique but that would require me to go back and re-write this paragraph and I really don’t feel like doing that.   Oh yeah, why did I still pick this song?  Nostalgia.   The reason I put half the country songs I do on here.   It’s still a very solid country hit and something that I relate to a small bit.  


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