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Old 12-28-2008, 10:19 PM   #31 (permalink)
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3. Bruce Springsteen's solo albums are AWFUL. It is astounding to see how even die-hard Springsteen fans hate his solo work while they praise his work with the E Street Band. Doesn't really say much about his songwriting ability, does it?
I disagree. He's definitely hit or miss but Nebraska, which was one of his solo albums, is IMHO the best thing he's ever done. And I'm not alone in thinking this, a lot of people agree with that assessment, including die-hard fans.

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4. **** New Jersey. Okay, so this might be tangent to the rant, but if you've ever been there (and you don't live there) you'll recognize it as one of the worst places in the United States. Dirty, crime-ridden and corrupt, New Jersey is a land mired in ****. Springsteen, naturally, spent enough of his life there to write most of his work about this ****hole.
The Newark/Jersey City part of New Jersey isn't the totality of the state. NJ always gets a bum rap from people who've only driven through it or only spent time in certain areas but it actually has a lot of nice areas too. Cape May springs to mind, for example.
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Old 12-29-2008, 07:49 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Okay my turn. Thrice:
1.They release one good album as a debut, but they're not big enough for anyone to acknowledge it. Until Artist In The Ambulance comes out, and then all their fans are cok-rock junkies who cast off their debut because it's not "hardcore" enough
2.Get a f*cking drummer that knows what he's doing, and isn't just banging on the wrong beats
3.Vheissu may be the worst post-hardcore(and I use that term very lightly) album I've ever heard. They tried, and failed, to be melodic and different.

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The Illusion Of Safety-B+
Artist In The ambulance-C+
Vheissu-D
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