Artwork and track listing for Jack White’s forthcoming solo album Blunderbuss.
1. Missing Pieces 2. Sixteen Saltines 3. Freedom At 21 4. Love Interruption 5. Blunderbuss 6. Hypocritical Kiss 7. Weep Themselves To Sleep 8. I’m Shakin’ 9. Trash Tongue Talker 10. Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy 11. I Guess I Should Go To Sleep 12. On And On And On 13. Take Me With You When You Go
Here’s to hoping Blunderbuss doesn’t go all Battle Studies on us. The cover art similarity is unnerving:
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You folks listen to the music you want to, and you’ll never hear a hint of disagreement from us—we love you and your music choices, and our individual tastes both make us unique and bring us together.
But, can we call just admit when a person shows themselves for who they are, repeatedly? Can we wisely consider where we spend our money when there are real people behind these musical acts?
Chris Brown is allowed to (and should) experience all the grace in the world, just like anyone else, and he’s just a regular human being at the end of the day—it doesn’t have to be personal. But, if we’ll choose a restaurant based on how their sources treat livestock before it’s turned into meat, or choose electronics based on labor conditions in the manufacturing stage, shouldn’t we consider where our monetary support goes within the music industry?
2012 was our first Grammy Awards (launched beta in June 2011, out of beta in November). Since these are considered to be, somewhat, the Holy Grail of popular music, we can all agree that many (not all) of the artists that take a golden phonograph home made quality, accessible music. So, seeing as how MusicGrid.me is designed to serve as a conduit of critiques and approvals by you and your friends, we thought it would be interesting to compare what The Recording Academy said with what you said.
The Grammys: Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album
One of the only albums that I can listen to straight through without skipping a single song. Each one is my “favorite” throughout the day. And the best part is that “Rolling In The Deep” isn’t even the best song on the album. You’ll never regret listening to Adele.
Although this album was initially a little hard to get used to (I’m such a diehard “For Emma, Forever Ago” gal), upon repeat listenings it marks the evolution of a sound that Justin Vernon and company have worked hard to create. Each song is so intricate and layered and beautiful, and I find something new and lovely and moving about it with each play.
Love the album and the production. Many people are sleeping on this album, but it will definitely grow on you. Hopefully they will continue to collaborate and create another album. Definitely the best Hip Hop album of the year, and may enter top 15 of all time.
Turns out, MusicGrid.me’s pretty good at helping you find great music! Read some reviews, discover new music, and be a part of rating music socially; there’s so much great music being put out, and we know you don’t wanna miss a thing.
The next big thing is the trusted filter, something that tells people what to listen to. Terrestrial radio sucks, Pandora gives too many tune-outs, and blogs are frequently untrustworthy. The filter won’t be algorithm-based; taste will be everything, a la the DJs of yore. More people will listen to more music, and the audience will build superstars.