Today I bought more music. One of them was "Pinkerton," by Weezer. You guys keep talking about it here, so I finally had to go ahead and get it.
I now have three Weezer albums, purchased in no particular order. First came their green one, then Meladroit, and now Pinkerton. I still need the blue one and their fifth one, as well. Then I'll have the whole set!
Best Buy never has the fifth one in stock, but they did surprise me today by carrying Sufjan Stevens. They had Illinois and, I presume, his newest. It was him running around in a field or something. I forget what it was called.
So anyway, I picked up "Pinkerton" and then I also got the newest George Strait CD, which I know interests none of you...
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|Halon - December 18, 2006 (04:55 PM)
Music nerds will argue that Pinkerton is Weezer's best, but I actually like the Blue Album because I prefer Weezer's happier stuff to their more personal, emo-ish songs.
Make Believe (Weezer's fifth album) is horrible, don't get it. Just download Perfect Situation and This is Such a Pity and forget about the rest of it; it's awful.
My favorite Sufjan Stevens album is either Illinois or Seven Swans. Seven Swans is his most personal and deepest album, but Illinois is superior musically. Basically it's pretty boring stuff, but the guy is definitely talented.
Oh, and my Best Buy always carries Sufjan Stevens.
|Genj - December 19, 2006 (10:11 AM)
I AM LISTENING TO NELLY FURTADO'S LOOSE
(ps don't listen to sportsman. pinkerton is their best.)