We’ve all experienced the tummy-ache that inevitably follows over-indulgence (I can’t believe anyone EVER listened to Lou Bega, let alone on radio repeat). But what happens when a supposedly forgettable singer just won’t die? Is it possible that, within some overplayed albums, there’s an enduring piece of art? Head on down for nine records that, upon reconsideration, have forced us to turn back on our own backlash. … Read More
I haven’t tried Oasis yet, but I love the “for people who don’t like water” tagline. And now it’s stuck in your head too! [via BuzzFeed]
In a recent piece entitled “It’s Time to let Brit-Pop Die With Dignity,” writer Mark Beaumont argues that Brit Pop has “become such a dirty word.” I couldn’t agree more: brit-pop is annoying, and it’s because of… Read More
UK megastars Oasis are talking about a break — or at least bandleader Noel Gallagher is. “I don’t think it’ll affect what Oasis do. Liam, on the other hand, will f***ing freak out,” he told British magazine Q, referring to his brother, the band’s legendarily acerbic frontman. Contemplating a five-year recharge between the end of the group’s current tour and the start of work for a new album, Gallagher reveals he plans to finally deliver a long-rumored solo record. His most recent solo appearance, however — in a bathroom shower stall — suggests he may want to reconsider his presentation. Of course, the acoustics in there are pretty damn great. Watch a clip of the performance after the jump, and find out about more material on the way. … Read More
Week Two. First the captain sped ahead without any sense of steering. Then when the pirates approached, he refused to turn around. When they tried to talk, he said he’d rather let them ransack. When they threw a life raft, he sucked out all the air. Now, wallowing in shark-infested waters, there’s nothing left to do but watch the dumbass drown. Very, very slowly.
For those keeping score at home, find out what went down this week after the jump. … Read More
[Editor's note: This is the first HD debut of a documentary in the history of MySpace Music; for more information on the Malloys — the brothers/directors behind this piece — click here.]