GUEST REVIEWER OF THE MONTH: KRISTIAN SVITAK

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James Murphy & Pat Mahoney, Fabriclive.36

James Murphy and Pat Mahoney
Fabriclive.36
Fabric
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So I just want to start this off by saying that I don’t think there is such a thing as “bad music. I mean, it’s really up to the individual to determine if they like it or not. I’m not trying to be some P.C. weirdo or something, but that’s what I think. For example, I know that I listen to some stuff that most of my friends think is a hunk of sh-t, but it means everything to me. Understand? So with that being said, this is what I thought of this mix CD.

Well, it is for sure, not my cup of tea. I’m not saying that Fabriclive.36 is bad music, but it is bad to my retarded ears. It’s like bad 70s disco meets that really bad crap you hear in some bad European dance club. Sorry, I’m not trying to be a dick, but I just can’t stand that kind of stuff. So now instead of bashing these poor guys (Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and Mahoney of Les Savy Fav) into the ground, I would rather use the rest of my space to promote a few other bands that I feel are worth checking out:

The Dead Milkmen, Slayer, Fugazi, Minor Threat, DRI, Pail Head, Dinosaur Jr, Sinead O’Connor, Subhumans, Black Flag, 7 Seconds, Johnny Cash, X-Ray Spex, Misfits, Samhain, Mucky Pup, The Breeders, Bad Brains, Siouxsie And The Banshees, Gray Matter, The Germs, Cocksparrer, FYP, Reagan Youth, Dead Boys, Fang, Midnight, Wire, X, Cro-Mags, Naked Raygun, Angry Samoans, Stiff Little Fingers, Mudhoney, Holy Rollers, GBH, Ringworm, The Accused, and Dag Nasty. Thanks.—Kristian Svitak