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  1. Weird Al is back; Jacob's review of "Alpocalypse"

    by , 21st June 2011 at 06:44 PM (Pop-Pop in the Attic: in 3D)


    I typically don’t like to attempt reviewing music, as I’ve never been all that great at articulating my opinion. I guess this is mostly due to my severe lack of knowledge in my mind’s music-lingo bank. Like anyone else, I know what I like and what I don’t, but due to my aforementioned being music-lingo retarded, I end up resorting to long-winded explanations that don’t need to be that long.

    But records like Alpocalypse ...

    Updated 21st June 2011 at 09:33 PM by Nelly

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    Entertainment; top-tens, previews, commentaries, and the like , Music Reviews
  2. YeOldeJacob's Favorite Hip-Hop/Rap Albums, Part Two ("Both Sides of the Brain")

    by , 5th August 2010 at 07:34 PM (Pop-Pop in the Attic: in 3D)
    So. On to the second hip-hop album in this little series I'm putting together. I'd like to note that I'm not listing these albums in any particular order. Just based on which I feel like writing about the most on any given day.



    Both Sides of the Brain (2000) by Del The Funky Homosapien


    As a nerd, Del is my obligatory favorite ...
  3. YeOldeJacob's Favorite Hip-Hop/Rap Albums, Part One ("Behind the Front")

    by , 4th August 2010 at 12:00 PM (Pop-Pop in the Attic: in 3D)
    You know, when it comes to films and music it irks me when people slam an entire genre. Considering music, hip-hop/rap takes a lot of shit. No matter how bad a genre is on the surface, at its most popular level, there is always a constantly beating indie level under that that is full of fantastic artists. At the same time not all of the music on the top, popular surface is trash, even if a good album is a rare find within the Billboard's top records of any given recent year. Particularly hip-hop/rap. ...

    Updated 4th August 2010 at 09:40 PM by Nelly

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    Entertainment; top-tens, previews, commentaries, and the like , Music Reviews , Series