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Short version: It is bad on purpose. What does that say about us that we accept it?
Introducing “Dunphy Knows It All” wherein Dw Dunphy solves all the problems you never knew you had.
The Terror and Embryonic are deeply polarizing albums. The larger question is whether even the band is happy with them, or anything, and what will it take for them to find a little joy again?
A picture’s worth a thousand words — they don’t necessarily say anything though.
If your kid is starving for your love while you’d rather be crushing it on Candy Crush, you may be an iHole.
Examining the strangest of all pop culture conventions, the “fan crush.”
They probably made out to “You and Me” a year after they grounded you for blasting “Elected!”
The lyrics scan like a battle cry — so why does Aerosmith’s “Dream On” sound like defeat?
Dw Dunphy is only being partly facetious when he asks, where has all the testosterone gone?
Are moments like Beatles on Sullivan, The Elvis Comeback, Moonwalk on Motown and the Smells Like Teen Spirit music video doomed? Here’s some random speculation as to why that may be so.
Who is Charles Thompson, the once and future Black Francis, who in the ’90s reinvented himself many times over?
Dw Dunphy provides seven and two for you from 2013. None of them are Yeezus.
The sad tale of The Singing Nun and her joyful song about a saint.
Wings had yet to lock in an album that justified their existence. Band On The Run changed that.
Why is 1973’s Brain Salad Surgery “none more prog”?
Even if it cannot be considered a classic, the 1908s version of the Twilight Zone could still hit more than it missed.
In the 1980s prog was becoming accessible and pop was kinda becoming prog.
At least Michael Bay didn’t blow up Aaron Burr.
Terrorism. Warfare. Gun violence. Sexy women in leather. Kids television. Ah, the Eighties.
He-Man’s going to show you how to be good, normal children.
For Pinetop Seven, the folk/Americana gold rush came a decade and a half too late.
Huey Lewis and the News, Sports, and the fallacy of the guilty pleasure.
What was your favorite summer song? Oh, never mind. These were better.
Hinky? What’s a hinky?
Could this be the best thing George Lucas ever made?
In 1993 Billy Joel made people feel awkward and sad.
Captain Jack will get you high tonight.