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Onthe way up to Paso for the first time since Christmas.  That somehow doesn’t seem like it was 2 months ago.  

WTF is up with noise being the new in thing? I thought this had originally peaked in 2007 when Pitchfork gave Wolf Eyes a glowing review but apparently not.   WAVVES is arguably the hottest blog band out there at the moment though by listening you can understand the draw in comparison to Wolf Eyes which can never, nor do they desire, to have this level of following.   It is rhythmic and thus the noise aspect of it goes away to some degree.   The lyrics are not readily accessible but are there and not to be confused with a synth turned on its side next to a sub.  

I can’t wait for the full length.   This is a voice I have missed for two years or so now.   Another take on an upbeat musical number with downbeat lyrics.   Phoenix in a nutshell.   I do have to give it to them for naming their album, “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix”.   That takes balls and [viagra 150mg pills $323.00] I love it.   Well, I might be considered a hypocrite for what I’m about to write about the next artist so hold your opinion.

I’m not sure who thought of adding this old time country beat to this song but I like it.   I can’t say the same about the rest of “its Not Me, It’s You” as an album.   There is some crap on there. “Him” is an alternative take on what Joan Osborne sang about on “What if God was One of Us” except even worse and more insulting.   “Do you think He’s ever done smack or cocaine?” is amongst the gems on that song.   I have no idea the motivation behind it as I don’t know anyone who would be that naïve so I realize it is likely a song about being a snot on purpose.   Back to the song I like on this album.   “Not Fair” is in its essence a song about being a brat again.   A brat who isn’t satisfied in bed and thus finds the guy to be bad and ultimately “not fair” because she’s given him head too long.   I understand the sentiment behind the song but giving it this title goes right back to the implied bratiness of Lily which is apparently the purpose.  

This is what I would consider to be right on the cusp of when country radio when in the toilet.   Sure, there are some good things still coming out every once in a while but not much.   McBride had a relatively big hit with this song in comparison to other artists of the day in the early 90’s. It ends up being another nostalgia trip for me remembering this song being played on the radio in the summer on the way to town.   Ahhhh, the good old days when there was no change.


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