No, it isn't, you cranky analogue old bastard.
Ironically I'm at least 3/4 digital, probably more.
are your two possible states lame or boring?
Well, I don't think I ever made it all the way to the end of this before.
It's OK, if I liked anime I'd enjoy it more.
Homework was a better album.
I think it was just that time of my life, but I personally do not like Homework very much at all, but I think that's because you could hear it everywhere you went unless you put on headphones at my college. Same goes for Kid A and Moon and Antarctica. So I got some headphones and went to find some other stuff.
That completely makes sense to me. I ignored Daft Punk for a long time so I don't really have many associations with them. Both albums are pretty great.
To be fair, it was usually not the whole album, mostly just "Around The World." "Around The World" ends so here's an idea, put on "Around The World" again! A friend of mine is a huge fan of Daft Punk, like I think he got some box set that comes with the helmet or some such thing, and he put Homework record on and I didn't even recognize half of the tracks.
I prefer homework, it was one of our better let's drive around and get stoned albums in high school.
|infinite zest |
5 for Matsumoto. I remember the one video and knew they were doing a few others but I didn't know it was this long! I think I'll watch it the regular way first though, even though I really can't stand Daft Punk.
(I mostly just can't stand that song with Animal Collective on the new album because you hear it everywhere; Digital Love is still a pretty good jam).
I was an art teacher and social worker when this came out and I would show this to my art students who ranged from 1st to 5th grade.
They LOVED it. I mean they went absolutely bananas over it. I would bring in a small portable speaker system I used to DJ with at the time too.
So, five stars for making a bunch of at-risk kids in small town South Mississippi crazy happy at a Boys and Girls Club.
That's cool! I didn't know you were a social worker! We're not so very different!
Kingarthur, you're like the art teacher some friends of mine had in high school who would play Kraftwerk during class.
|Kid Fenris |
All that work and not a single satanic message turned up.
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