Thursday, November 10, 2005

Reviews for Stevie Wonders new album

So yeah, i was readin some reviews of Stevie Wonders new album and as you know, nothing gets a criitic high like taking down a legend. I think Stevie's nature of niceness and love is not edgy enough for these losers to be honest. They probably only care about Nirvana type bands or something you know, something they dream is incediary and relevant to the times blah blah blah. Anyone who grew up on Stevie Wonder will love this shit. Old ass critics who are like in the 50's hating on this album yet dickriding new shit cause its cool are pretty patheric, on the real, imagine a 50 yr old bumping MIA or Arctic Monkeys, get a life losers, go take yo grankids to kindergarden or something.

Here is what the dud head from Sunday Times in London, where stevie is puttin it down right now, said:

"Gloopy balladry and formulaic funk, both serving lyrics of banal sentimentality or vapid sloganeering, have threatened his pioneering reputation. Back from a 10-year break, Wonder sticks like a particularly stubborn limpet to this particularly unlovely template."

Then he proceded to dickride LCD SoundSystem.

Look , i'm sick of people bringing up Stevies 70's classic, talking about how it did this and that for soul music, cause you know, these white gatekeepers of soul music really know their shit, and about how now he is crap, when i listen to this album i dont think this is wack, and i got all stevie's albums from the 70's. Innerversions, Talking Book, Songs in the key of life. Music critcsm is dead and wack, basically its who can be the first to dicover new trendy shit, who can be the first to make a name off a legend by trashing him, who can be the first to write a boring ass book about some music sub culture and talk about it for 24 hrs on NPR. This shit is fucked, just a shame that people like Stevie Wonder have to be subjected to talentless hacks who cant even play do re mi on a casio.

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