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« Eight Months Later | Main | Hit or Misfits? »

March 15, 2008



Congratulations on your job. But more importantly, I need to know about The Misfits. They are playing in Brooklyn sometime soon and I wonder if you think they are worth the train ride without Danzig? I haven't heard any new or even recent music nor do I have a clue as to who is singing. Their website is woefully out of date and gives no clues as to the state of their music other than that I imagine it is more about nostalgia than anything new or innovative. Opinion?


great review on one of my personal faves as well, albeit I do not know how someone can not love Hospital. Great way of writing also. I hope you do not mind that I linked this article with my recent post of the 'Original' Modern Lovers, the Kim Fowley songs.



Dude, I'm glad you didn't go for the book. Jonathan wouldn't be into it. If you know anything about him - he doesn't get personal. You wouldn't even get what restaurant he ate at before a show. I've never known anyone like him. That's why we love him! Let him have his mystery. It's all in his songs anyway. Cheers...

Emmett McAuliffe

I think I'm Straight is genius stuff. But I'm glad Beserkley sequenced the Modern Lovers album they way they did, without "Straight" or "Government Center" or any of the other odd stuff. It's a near-perfect album as:
Astral Plane
Old World
Pablo Picasso
She Cracked
Someone I Care About
Girl Friend
Modern World

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