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Or 15? We ignore this fallacy because terms like "the 80s" or "the 60s" are just catchy, and luckily enough, for most of the Stepfather Factory - El-P - Fantastic Damage (CD 50 years, musical movements and narratives did vaguely fit into their neatly-packed increments. But looking back on this decade in particular makes it difficult to ignore thoughts about how we should start thinking about music. Because how do you try to thoroughly sum up or characterize a decade that seemed to be defined by how fractured and spread out music had become?
For true music-philes growing up in the s, there wasn't a clear, single, overarching narrative; simply thousands of smaller ones. The fractured breakdown and diversion of music was already getting started in the 80's and moreso in the 90's, but throughout the 00s it's been extremely obvious.
And so it's really hard to deny that a discussion of "significance," when most of the highest-selling albums are absolute crap, has begun to seem more and more irrelevant. So, it makes sense that as time goes on, these "end of the decade" lists and indeed, music coverage in general, might begin to embrace the more subjective human experience that goes into music-listening.
The popularity of Pitchfork, blogs and their occasional, more informal style of writing has proven this. All the music in the world is available to us with just a coupe of clicks, and there's such a huge amount of good music in such a wide variety very little of which gets the attention and fame it deserves that every individual experience has become drastically different. Public taste has gotten so specific and complex that attempts to gather them all into a single Stepfather Factory - El-P - Fantastic Damage (CD and definitively, 'objectively' cover it say, in the way that Rolling Stone once didis just impossible.
So why not just embrace the subjectivity? This list was created with that in mind. Into Lake Griffy. Fuck where do I begin? This is what I want to call a great pop punk record but it's really a god damned pop punk opera. It's so damn catchy and amazing. There's this girl that shares lead vocals with a guy Tobey and her name is Ginger. I love this girl and she makes the album 10x better.
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He makes The Beatles look like bitches on their own song. I've only had Stepfather Factory - El-P - Fantastic Damage (CD album for a month or two and it's quickly became one of my favorites. I really don't know how to describe their music, so download it and see for yourself. Posted by ocse at PM 2 comments:. Labels: electronica. Binary Star - Masters of The Universe. The release is a remixed and rearranged version of their debut Waterworld.
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Labels: hip-hoprap. Pharoahe Monch - Internal Affairs. Pharoahe Monch's first solo album. One of the most skilled emcees out there, imo. Too bad he doesn't get the recognition he deserves. Posted by ocse at PM 1 comment:. I Monster - Neveroddoreven. Don't know what to say about this album. Very strange, but awesome at the same time. Labels: electronicarocksynth pop. Big Pun - Capital Punishment. Big Pun at his best. Great album. Kool G Rap - 4,5,6. If you don't already have this then your life is not as complete as you may have thought it was.
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