5542Re: Playlist for Memphis to Manchester on May 02, 2003
- May 5 7:32 AM--- In email@example.com, Lance Davis
> The same exact description could work for the Beasties' Paul'sNot everyone agrees with me, but I like De La's second album,
> Boutique, which came out within a few months of the De La's
> masterwork. Come to think of it, Paul's is the B-Boys'
De La Soul Is Dead, almost as much as Three Feet High.
"Bitties in the BK Lounge" is classic. And their fourth one, Stakes
Is High, is also excellent. It's a more "serious" record, but it still
has that De La Soul goofiness, in the best way.
>I haven't spent enough time with the new Betties record, but I
> Oh, and you're right about Bettie Serveert. Palomine is a
> destroyer of an album and I think Log 22 might be #2 on their
> list. White Dogs is one of the greatest songs ever written to
> simultaneously be influenced by the Velvets and NOT be
> annoyingly obvious about it.
loved it on first listen--I think it's their best since Lamprey (which I
like even better than Palomine, despite the truly atrocious
production). Right before I got my copy, I dug out Palomine for
the first time in ages, and I was pleasantly surprised by how well
it's stood the test of time. What a great record.
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