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2009.12.31

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I feel like we worked through some stuff here today.

I just don't get why people like this album. Everyone does, too. I've listened to the goddamn thing like eight times, and it feels me with the overwhelming urge to not be listening to it. Sooooo boring. Do you win prizes when you join the "This album is teh best and logicalest continuation and yet different and but the same as they always made but better" conspiracy? Is the green-and-purple cover hypnotizing people or discombobulating them in the Van Gogh orange vs. blue way?

So many people think it's good that I begin to doubt myself, but I REEEAAAALLLLLLY don't want to listen to it again.

Earlier this year, when I told Tucker I was on the fence about this album, he slapped me in the face and said, "Get in the game."

I kind of like to think of the two of you preparing for this by going out to a farm somewhere, climbing up on a fence overlooking a big old hog puddle, and then just slapping each other off the fence and down into the mud, over and over.

And then the least muddy albums are the best of the year!

Or would it be the most muddy?

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This album is teh best and logicalest continuation and yet different and but the same as they always made but better

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