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Title Comment Comment Date Comment Link
What Type of Fan Are You? - The Beatles

Actually that would match what I consider myself of being, an avid Beatles fan. There are moments(albeit few) where I just get sick of the Beatles(I have been listening to them since I was 3 like most other people). Yet after having heard their music oh so many times I can't ever quite get over how great and perfect it generally sounds.

5/5/2001 View
Albums That Took Awhile to Sink In

check out wish you were here, that is an awesome album, my personal favorite

5/5/2001 View
Albums I listened to today (5/4/01) ; Inspired by Johnny Waco and Sebreg

Aereosmith I don't like. Glad to see you stickin with GBV, Alien Lanes is an awesome album.

5/5/2001 View
Albums I Listened to Today (5/4/01)

It'd be awesome if you made a list of this for everyday. Then you could track everything you listen to and how frequently you do. Would get very tedious though.

5/5/2001 View
Albums That Took Awhile to Sink In

Totally agree on the Pink Floyd album! First time I listened to it a couple years ago I was extremely disappointed. But as I kept listening to it over and over again I began to love it.

5/4/2001 View
What Type of Fan Are You? - The Beatles

Not sure what my favorite Beatles album is, possibly Rubber Soul. Where does that put me??

5/4/2001 View
The New Critical Underground Guide to Albums of 2001

I have no idea how you get ahold of all these cds les. All I can say is that I've only heard a bit of the Malkmus (which seemed pretty similar to his group work), some of the Daft Punk which I did not enjoy(although I do like quite a few of their singles), BS 2000 which I absolutely love, the Guided by Voices which was also very good. I have only listened once to Tortoise's Standards and there is definitely something different going on there but I still thought the songs were good. I think Tortoise's sound is better geared towards longer songs(like Djed) where there music is able to find an awesome groove. Nonetheless in my view Standards deserved higher than a 3 star rating but I reserve full judgment until I've listened to the CD a couple of times. BTW, I listened to a couple of the Low songs. Really dig that song, Dinsosaur Act, I think its called.

5/3/2001 View
Indie Bands I Dislike

You don't like their attitude? I can definitely understand that, but you don't like these guys' music at all?

5/2/2001 View
Cast The Vote For The Greatest Actor

What about Jean Paul Belmondo, Mastrioanni, Klaus Kinski, or Toshiro Mifune?

5/1/2001 View
NewCC0031: The Doors

Ok, what I don't get is how The Doors(67) isn't viewed as a masterpiece. What reasons would keep it from achieving that the elusive 5 star rating?

5/1/2001 View
Favorite Guilty Pleasures

I've totally forgotten about The Running Man. That is an awesome movie!!!! It remains one of my favorite Arnold flicks.

4/30/2001 View
Favorites: Female Rock Bands

Like the choice of Sleater Kinney

4/25/2001 View
Based On The Novel : An Essay From Jeffrey Black

I'd just like to add a little something to this discussion. A film SHOULD stand on its own merits, but when it follows in the shadow of a great source it is difficult not to compare the following film with its source. If we've already read the source it's coming from, our objectivity will be lost because we will already have set a up a different sort of expectation for what that movie should be. We believe that the subsequent film should inspire similar feelings as those that we felt during the novel, and if not then many times we will regard the movie with disappointment and see it as a failure(although it may garner critical acclaim and what not). It's unfair for that movie to engender such high expecations if it comes from a great source, but that's what happens and there's not much we can do except be conscious of the situation. The film and the novel ARE independent achievements but I know that when I've read a book that later inspired a movie or seen a movie and then read the book, I've always developed certain expecations going into either one that in the end helped dicate whether I considered that particular work a success or a failure. Wrong? In a perfect world yeah, but in this imperfect world there is not much we can do to help it.

4/25/2001 View
Based On The Novel : An Essay From Jeffrey Black

I thought American Psycho was a really good movie, not great, but very good. The book was decent, not excellent in my opinion. It had some very funny moments, but I just kept getting a feeling of repetition with the same descriptions (such as with clothes for example). This made the book get somewhat bogged down in unimportant facts. I did like some of its existential aspects but wished they would have been exploited more.

4/25/2001 View
Cast The Vote For The Greatest Director

I can't comment on your opinion since the only works of his I've seen are Dekalog 1 and 2. I know that whole series is respected while his Red/White/Blue series is also critically acclaimed.

4/24/2001 View