In many ways I've never moved past the year 2000 when I heard Wake Up (The Matrix) and Guerrilla Radio (THPS2) for the first time. The rebel unlocked. Drop the steak, eat the rich. // Some of those that hold office, are the same that burn crosses //
Pure nostalgia. I'm pretty sure The Score was my intro to Hip-Hop (or at least Wyclef, Lauryn and Pras). // I play my enemies like a game of chess //
The worst thing about this album is it gave the English something to chant at football matches.
I love JMonae, but I prefer "Dirty Computer" over "The ArchAndroid"
Whisks me back to MTV2/The Box days. "Sounds you can see" material. The visuals of the music videos are part of the experience for me. Great background-working music, but it is a frustrating "sit with a glass of whisky and focus on the album" listen if you're not in the mood.
This album has lots of rompy-pompy English sounds which make me wanna watch Postman Pat // I have to admit it's getting better, it's getting better all the time //
It's not trippy prog-rock storyteller Bowie, and therefore it's not my favourite Bowie. All Bowie is decent Bowie though. ...Bowie.
// Sugar, you're so fine, and the day is fine, and we'll be fine. When we make it by and we get by with love. //
I can't take the Beastie Boys seriously anymore. Andy Samberg/Lonely Island has retroactively ruined them.
Didn't look up the lyrics, just feelin the vibes
// And someone will say, "What is lost can never be saved." //
// Yo I hold the mic that could be thrown as a pipe bomb, bring it just to sling it at your favorite icon //