among dreams we're best friends/while in life we float apart
Really, the only use I have for Rush anymore are their live shows. I haven't cared for an album of theirs since the 80's.
And this is coming from someone who buys Iron Maiden's new releases the moment they come out.
I'm reminded that I need to check out Neil's new album. If it's anything like Le Noise, I need it.
I didn't listen to too many new albums in 12, but of the ones I did:
1. Coheed and Cambria- The Afterman: Decension
2. Japandroids- Celebration Rock
3. Silversun Pickups- Neck of the Woods
4. Kendrick Lamar- Good Kid M.A.A.D City
5. Childish Gambino- Royalty
6. Frank Ocean- Channel Orange
7. Green Day- Uno!
8. Various Artists- Hotline:Miami Soundtrack
9.Green Day- Dos!
10. Green Day- Tre!
Hey I guess I did listen to ten, lol.
The leader in the clubhouse for '13 is the second half of the new Coheed record, which is even better than the first. The new Dear Hunter album could definitely challenge for it, though.
Last edited by Cubecubed; 01-24-2013 at 09:39 PM.
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That "best" album is just a rehash of their previous two or three albums, so the concept of Rush needing to be acknowledged is hollow and worthless.I really don't think I want to live in a world where Rush releases their best album since Moving Pictures and it's not on one top 50 list of 2012. The horror.
Last edited by Gowienczyk; 01-25-2013 at 01:00 AM.
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