Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Thursday, February 6, 2014
And on Pick a Bigger Weapon, they do what they do. Much like Public Enemy in earlier decades, you either dig that or you don't.
It's more of a transitional record, still with the lofi approach to the earlier records, yet getting increasingly ambitious.
I think that it represents the more flowery side of the Nuggets bands. In many ways this record sounds like all the Nuggets songs combined into one album.
Unfortunately, personally I find it hard to connect with on any sort of emotional level. It remains of interest on a purely intellectual level.