Sunday, January 25, 2009

Wildlife Blacklist.


this doesnt reflect the opinion of the other collaborators, this is my own personal vendetta.

Animal Collective
Wolf Parade
Wolf Mother
Deerhunter
Panda Bear
Fleet Foxes
Kings of Leon(lion in spanish)

BLACKLISTED!!!

"no but you have to really listen to them" Do I? Im sure I can make due without anymore washed down beach boys.
I refuse to be told what to listen to by Pitchfork and their ilk. I understand how this can be contradictory considering the nature of this blog, but they have interests in mind, while i just have a lot of spare time.

7 comments:

  1. I throw up in my mouth a little bit every time I read a wildly hyperbolic review of Merriweather Post Pavilion. That's a lot of vomit, folks.

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  2. Someday your favorite band or artist will suck.

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  3. Deer Tick
    Japanther
    The Byrds
    The Eagles
    Doves
    Eels
    The Turtles
    Modest Mouse
    Band of Horses
    Cat Power
    Gorillaz
    Flock of Seagulls
    The Family Cat
    The Field Mice
    HORSE the band
    Hot Snakes
    Tiger Army
    The Unicorns
    Bear Vs. Shark
    Caribou
    Deerhoof
    Pedro the Lion
    The Goats
    Minus the Bear
    Buffalo Tom
    Electric Sheep
    The Tiger Lillies
    Arctic Monkeys
    The Mountain Goats
    Swans
    Counting Crows
    Skunk Anansie
    Close Lobsters
    They Shoot Horses Don't They?
    Frog Eyes
    16 Horsepower
    Fruit Bats
    The Bird and Bees
    Andrew Bird
    Grizzly Bear
    Wow, Owls!
    Owls
    Wolves of Greece
    Lone Wolf & Cub
    Festival of Dead Deer
    Aids Wolf
    Videohippos
    Rapider Than Horsepower
    These Arms Are Snakes
    Danger Mouse
    Mouse on Mars
    Eek-a-Mouse
    The Good Rats
    Cats on a Smooth Surface
    Glass Tiger
    Thrashing Doves
    Great Speckled Bird
    Mighty Sparrow
    Box of Frogs
    Fishbone
    Ape Shit
    Black Sheep
    Adam Ant
    Bunny Grunt
    The Cat’s Miaow
    Cats and Cats and Cats and and and and and and

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