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Thursday, June 05, 2003  
Read E Is For Extinction last night in about 45 minutes and I was disappointed. Sure, the art was good and the story was Ok and stop being magnanimous you fool, stop being nice, you were waiting for 45 fucking minutes for something to happen and it never did, did it? Cos really you were just after the Jim Lee stuff from ten years ago that you loved when you were 14 or whatever and now you're older and a; the artwork was NOWHERE near as cool, and b; really, aren't X-Men for somebody else? You bought Watchmen and volume 1 of LOEG too and from the first 20 pages of Watchmen you were intrigued and involved and felt a much greater pull to turn the page, didn't you?

Got Dialogue by Four Tet too, after wandering aimlessly for the last year waiting to find it just lying around in MVC or on Amazon or wherever, and it's great. Hurrah! Exactly the same as the other two, and yet different too. There's something about his sound that fits immediately with my aesthetic, my wants and likes and ears and brane, and all I can say is "wow, the man's a genius."

I need to do something about angels in music. Angels in machines. More angels, please.

6/05/2003 04:51:00 pm


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