New Tool and new Pearl Jam? Hmm. Scratching head wondering.
Two bands that I recall buying casettes of when I first began cultivating my own preference of music. Or shall I say copying my big brother's? These bands have been with me since the beginning. Along with Alice in Chains, Sound Garden and Toad the Wet Sprocket. Thanks for that latter one especially, Doug.
I bought two cd's last month and before that, I can't remember when. Perhaps a year ago? I downloaded some stuff from itunes and just burned what I did have on cd onto itunes and made playlists on itunes. Basically, my music collection, although comprised of old faves, is tired, burnt out, overplayed and lame. Since my ipod died, choosing a cd to insert into my discman every morning for our long walks through the streets of Philadelphia has become a chore. Half way I'm wishing I had something else to listen to.
Yes, there are cds I want. No, there's no money to be spending on cds. The worst is that the 'new' music I purchased on itunes is trapped in itunes because my hard drive is busted and I can't burn cds.
Anyhow, lets hear some reviews. I want to know how the new Pearl Jam cd is and the new Tool. Some little bastard said Pearl Jam's new sound sucks. New sound?
One of my three readers is bound to pick one of 'em up.