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    Yeah. I'm not sure what pancakes means by "pop" in this context... but m.i.a. is pop in my book. Although I don't think the complaints leveraged in the review were relevant in that regard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pancakespancakes View Post
    The Pitchfork review of M.I.A.'s new one is just retarded. I can't even believe I read it. I'm using the word retarded.

    You want to think M.I.A. is a pop artist now? For one fucking song she's released three years ago? Do you remember why everyone liked her first two albums to begin with? M.I.A. makes club bangers. She's got three great albums worth of them now, and she's made one of the best of the year. She don't write no fucking pop songs. She is not a pop musician.
    fuck her for using "straight to hell" like that that was sacred ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSteve View Post
    fuck her for using "straight to hell" like that that was sacred ground.
    I'm sensing that MIA did something tasteless involving Joe Strummer and co.?
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    Historically many big pop songs have been "club bangers"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I'm sensing that MIA did something tasteless involving Joe Strummer and co.?
    Wait. Really?

    And for the record, I love the use of that sample, probably more than the original. I'm not a Clash fanatic though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I'm sensing that MIA did something tasteless involving Joe Strummer and co.?
    Please go listen to "Straight To Hell" right now, then come back here.
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    And it's been long established that Chris hates fun.
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    Sorrrrry, I'm not really familiar with non-London Calling Clash tunes. Listening now.

    edit: Ah, yeah I can see how my last comment raised some eyebrows. I knew Paper Planes used a sample, but never knew of what.
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    Quote Originally Posted by getbetter View Post
    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    Quote Originally Posted by pancakespancakes View Post
    The Pitchfork review of M.I.A.'s new one is just retarded. I can't even believe I read it. I'm using the word retarded.

    You want to think M.I.A. is a pop artist now? For one fucking song she's released three years ago? Do you remember why everyone liked her first two albums to begin with? M.I.A. makes club bangers. She's got three great albums worth of them now, and she's made one of the best of the year. She don't write no fucking pop songs. She is not a pop musician.
    You sure know a lot about club bangers dont you? For someone who isnt even 21 and goes to ''raves''.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    Sorrrrry, I'm not really familiar with non-London Calling Clash tunes. Listening now.

    edit: Ah, yeah I can see how my last comment raised some eyebrows. I knew Paper Planes used a sample, but never knew of what.
    Its just kind of funny that you made a sarcastic remark, only to find out that is exactly what she did.
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    And it's been long established that Chris hates fun.
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    I took my niece this year and it was her first Coachella. It was so fun to see it through her eyes. She thought it felt like a magical scene from Shreck. The one where all the fairy tale creatures meet for the first time in Shreck's swamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage patton View Post
    Its just kind of funny that you made a sarcastic remark, only to find out that is exactly what she did.
    No no, my remark wasn't sarcastic, actually. I just saw that Steve got upset about something and assumed it was about the Clash, and was curious as to what. I really didn't know.
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    I finally made it through a listen of Sun Kil Moon - Benji and had put it on maybe 4 times til I could finally feel mentally like, "just fuck it just let this guy blabber on" while I'm doing paperwork .
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    her use of that sample is fantastic.

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    but "Paper Planes" isn't a pop song. nah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmgaretjax View Post
    her use of that sample is fantastic.
    Agreed, most definitely.
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    Pitchfork is spot on with The-Dream album as well...

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    That sounds like something I'll really enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeezrRckr View Post
    but "Paper Planes" isn't a pop song. nah.
    I would argue that it is. But I would probably argue that every single other song she's done, although generally very catchy, does not fall into the genre of "pop" before it falls into several other genres.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    Historically many big pop songs have been "club bangers"
    I guess this all boils down to what one believes is and isn't a pop song. While I do think M.I.A.'s got a strong pop element for sure, she's got a strong element of a lot of shit... I think there's three or four genre descriptions I would tag her music with before the word "pop."

    This is relevant I guess because when critiquing her new album from a "pop" standpoint, according to P4K, it blows...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pancakespancakes View Post
    I would argue that it is.
    I think you might have missed Geezr's sarcasm, pannycakes.
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    Come on pitchfork, Fables deserves higher than an 8.5
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    Remember when Pitchfork wrote good, rigorously critical reviews? About interesting albums? http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/4070-op/

    The question posed in the second to last paragraph is fantastic. While I think that Ikeda actually accomplishes this with the album (albeit in a more subtle, spectral way than the manner used in the previous works that were referenced by the author), I immediately respected the author for bringing it up.

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    I think you might have missed Geezr's sarcasm, pannycakes.
    he's like 12....his balls haven't dropped yet.

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    I was reading reviews on old Belle & Sebastian albums, and it took me to this:
    10.0: Indispensable, classic
    9.5-9.9: Spectacular
    9.0-9.4: Amazing
    8.5-8.9: Exceptional; will likely rank among writer's top ten albums of the year
    8.0-8.4: Very good
    7.5-7.9: Above average; enjoyable
    7.0-7.4: Not brilliant, but nice enough
    6.0-6.9: Has its moments, but isn't strong
    5.0-5.9: Mediocre; not good, but not awful
    4.0-4.9: Just below average; bad outweighs good by just a little bit
    3.0-3.9: Definitely below average, but a few redeeming qualities
    2.0-2.9: Heard worse, but still pretty bad
    1.0-1.9: Awful; not a single pleasant track
    0.0-0.9: Breaks new ground for terrible

    used to be on the old Pitchfork website. also they gave Arab Strap a 0.8

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    Lulz at "breaks new ground for terrible."
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    They didn't include on there the ranking so bad they haven't given it out yet: a o.o (The guy who reviewed NYC Ghosts and Flowers made reference to that).
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    did this get posted already?

    http://www.pitchforkreviewsreviews.com/

    talked to barack obama, the president of the united states, about pitchfork
    okay so did you ever read that really long New York Times Magazine piece called like “All The Obama Twentysomethings” about all the really young White House staffers, kids in their twenties who went to like Harvard and Yale and now work as liasons or advisers or coordinators in the Obama Administration?

    okay well so on Saturday i was at a party and i was gushing about Obama to this kid who said he was with the Democratic National Committee, i told him how i didn’t think Obama was getting a fair shake from the press right now and a bunch of other stuff. i also told him about the night i was DJing at Lit and Obama won the election and people were dancing out on the street, on 2nd Avenue, and how it was like fucking magical and i really wanted to run outside but i couldn’t because i was working

    and then he told me that if i wanted to, on Wednesday (which is today), i could volunteer to drive a van in the presidential motorcade. so we emailed back and forth a few times to set it up, and what i am doing today is driving a 12-passenger Ford E-350 van in the presidential motorcade as he passes through new york today to do two democratic fundraisers and tape an appearance on the daytime TV show The View. right now he is reportedly eating a sandwich at a sub shop in Edison, New Jersey and i am sitting in the lobby of the heliport just south of the South Street Seaport with like five hundred cops and secret service agents monitoring the perimeter.

    my van’s name is Press 1 and i am supposed to keep my mouth shut around the press that i’m chauffeuring because anything i say is “on the record” and could embarrass the administration.

    if you’re wondering why some random 22-year-old is doing this, there’s three reasons: 1) the president is doing Democratic fundraisers, which are political, so using enlisted military men or policemen to drive his people around would be ethically questionable because those dudes are apolitical by nature 2) it’s expensive to fly in drivers from DC, and there’s no real reason to 3) there is a culture of volunteerism within the Obama administration. like apparently when he does a rally in St. Louis there are like a hundred people doing what i do. they did an extensive background check on me to do this too. i wonder if secret service agents read this blog?

    also if you’re wondering if Secret Service agents are gonna be tapping on my window for blogging about this, i was told that they won’t be as long as i don’t include any sensitive security stuff. also if you are a terrorist and you’re reading this to obtain national security information i’m gonna tell you right now that there’s nothing sensitive here and i’d also like to take this opportunity to recommend to you the new Big Boi record entitled Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty because it is so good

    so anyway today i took the day off from work to drive this van in the presidential motorcade and i hope that by the end of the day i can ask Barack Obama what his favorite indie rock band is and if he’s familiar with Pitchfork (i know he’s 48 but he’s pretty hip and from Chicago and lived there for years while the festival was going on and before he was president) and i’m gonna ask him what he thinks of it if i can!!!

    so as i just said, i am sitting on a bench in the lobby of the South Manhattan Heliport. the president’s car is out back and i just took a video with it. on the drive from midtown to the seaport i listened to the lunchtime old school hip-hop/r&b show on Hot 97 on the radio, i was driving a 12-passenger van by myself with my Google Maps directions printout stuffed under my leg so it wouldn’t fly out the window and listening to Mariah Carey’s Fantasy, i was so scared i was gonna crash the van but after like 2 minutes on the road i felt okay about it, it’s not as hard as i thought it was gonna be, maybe i’ll try to drive a bus sometime?

    now i am sitting in the van because the president’s helicopter just left new jersey and the woman who is the press liason just opened the passenger door to the van and she startled me because i was writing that post about pitchfork being searchable by writer and i was like “ahhhh hi!!” and turned the radio off really fast because i’m listening to Hot 97 and the new Young Jeezy single featuring Plies was playing really loud and the Plies verse was on and he was saying “ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, THAT’S WHAT THE ***** (pussy, it was bleeped) COST ME” right as she opened the door. i think i just got off on the wrong foot with that woman

    then i wait another five minutes and a different woman gets into the passenger seat of my van and introduces herself and i ask if she was in new jersey and if flew on the helicopter with the president and she says “yes” and i ask her what kind of sandwich he got at the sub shop in New Jersey and she says he got a “super sub” which she assumed had “everything” on it, and then she told me that the prices at the sub shop were quite reasonable and she remembered a lot of the prices. she said “the sandwiches were $7.50 or $8, a small bag of chips was 50 cents, a large was $1, a small potato salad was $1.69, a large was $2.49…” her memory was impressive

    then we drove to ABC studios and the president went on The View. me and the other drivers stood around in a basement room with all the press people watching the president on The View. the press people were using their laptops, many of their laptops had extra batteries and wireless receivers taped up with black electric tape to the back of the laptop screens which i thought looked pretty hardcore

    then we went out to a space they set up for the president to take pictures with people. it was a red carpet with flags and fake trees and a curtain. all six of us, the drivers, stood in photo-ready formation for awhile waiting for the president. david axelrod walked by, he looked a little disheveled, he waved to us. and then the president walked down a hallway with some secret service dudes around him and into the room we were in and looked at us and said “hi guys!!” and we all said “hi!” and he thanked us for driving and then looked us over, we’re all pretty young, and said “are any of you students?” and two of the drivers say “yes” and he goes “where do you go to school?” and they say “yale” and he says “what do the rest of you do?” to each person individually and they each answer. he shakes all of our hands

    i’m last and when he gets to me he shakes my hand and i say “it’s great to meet you!!” and he says “what do you do?”

    and i am looking barack obama in the eye and i say, “i write a blog about a popular music website!”

    and he looks at me quizzically for a second, i guess he was sort of piecing it together, and he goes, “oh, which website?”

    and i say, “it’s called pitchfork. it’s based in chicago! are you familiar with it?”

    and he says, “no, but i’ll have to look into it!”

    and then he walks around behind us and stands next to me and the photographer takes our picture twice and then we go back out to the vans to drive him to his next event, where he’ll meet Anna Wintour.

    so now i am sitting on like 44th street in the line of vans and a man in military garb carrying a huge rifle just strolled by. that Young Jeezy song is on Hot 97 again. i just ate my tuna salad on a bagel. so i’m driving a white house staffer, a photographer, and two people who have not clarified their roles here to me yet. as the motorcade goes around new york, the streets are lined with people. someone in the car remarked on how amazing it is to be in new york but mostly they stay silent. we pass a man who is holding up a sign that says something like SPACE ORBITAL PSYCHOSOCIAL WARFARE or something and the photographer takes a picture of him and i wanna lean over to the staffer in the front seat and say “do you think he’s on to something?” but i don’t think we’re on the same sense of humor wavelength. then later the photographer is looking over his pictures and realizes that the man standing in front of the man with the sign is Luis Guzman

    whenever we are not with our vans, we are told to leave the vans running with the air conditioners also running (so the van isn’t boiling hot when the staffers get back to it), but to leave the windows down in case a staffer needs to get into the vans and we aren’t there to let them in. the vans are still boiling hot. one of the other drivers notes, “motorcades aren’t good for the environment”

    i tell the staffer who asked me to volunteer for this about talking to the president about Pitchfork and he says he didn’t think barack knew about pitchfork. on The View they asked Barack Obama what music is on his iPod and he said “everything” and they asked “justin bieber?” and he said “no” and my friend jokes that it’s because justin bieber got a bigger ovation at the white house easter egg roll this year than the president. i guess they’re just used to obama at the white house and justin bieber being there was novel. but i just can’t imagine that obama would be listening to justin bieber even if that hadn’t happened

    we drive to the west village, where barack chills with anna wintour at her apartment. we park on houston and sullivan. houston street was blocked all the way from the FDR to maybe the West Side Highway and there are people standing behind barricades looking at the motorcade. one of the women who i am driving asks what neighborhood we are in and i tell her “Greenwich Village i think”. she said that one time she ate at a restaurant that frank bruni recommended to her on this street. she said they’re friends.

    in the van outside anna wintour’s house i talked to one of the staffers about music. she really likes the avett brothers and doesn’t really like the jonas brothers. she’s friends with the avett brothers from when they were like a local band in north carolina. then she saw the book i was reading, michael azerrad’s Our Band Could Be Your Life, and she told me about going to rock shows in the 70’s. then the motorcade dropped barack and his crew off back at the helipad and they flew to new jersey in their helicopters and then back to DC. the new york times writer who was in my van filed a brief report about the whole day from the back of the van. you can find it on the New York Times Caucus Blog. it’s pretty different from my report but you know what they say: there’s your side, there’s my side, and then there’s the truth
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    So now every single Pitchfork headline has a re-tweet and fb like option.

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    90's nostalgia! They posted their top 50 music videos of the 90s and are going to spend next week posting their top 200 songs of the 90s. Should be fun.

    Thoughts on the music video list? "Buddy Holly" is fun and cute and all, but #2 of the decade is a bit much. Also, I think the video for "Da Funk" is fucking stupid and the fact that it got in at #3 ahead of "Around The World" is unacceptable. "Come To Daddy," "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)," and "Sabotage" in the top ten are good calls though. I'm planning on watching the whole list through.

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    Anyone else been having trouble with Pitchfork pages not loading about half way down for the last couple of months? It happens in both Chrome and Firefox.

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    I agree about the Daft Punk discrepancy. The Around The World Video is far superior to Da Funk. In fact, it's far superior to any music video period.
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    All Is Full Of Love should have been number 1.

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    Last Post: 07-23-2008, 12:04 PM

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