The 2000’s


The first decade of the millennium was kind of a drag from a musical perspective. Perceptive readers will note my use of the phrase “kind of a drag” as a reference to The Buckinghams, a limp noodle of a band whose level of quality mirrored of the music released in the 2000’s. The States had become a rap and hip-hop shopping mall, and I don’t consider either or those genres music, but a form of spoken word performance . . . and pretty lousy spoken word performance to boot.

I actually didn’t realize how bad it was until the decade was almost over, for my interest in music waned for a good five years or so while I devoted most of my time to the erotic arts and an intensive practicum in BDSM. Baseball kind of sucked during the 2000’s as well (the White Sox-Astros World Series was the ultimate oh for fuck’s sake experience), so the list of my life priorities during that period should be recast as SEX SEX MORE SEX GIVE IT TO ME BABY SEX SEX SEX . . . music . . . . . . . . baseball.

Here’s my meager contribution to music criticism from 2000-2010 (Radiohead reviews can be found in the menu bar above)


Desert Island Masterpieces

Just a 19-Year-Old Who Loves Stellar Music


"MoggBlog" reviews music & media through the eye's of a "parrot."

The Long Common

A Music Guide

Extracting Value

The blog is dedicated to the people which care about their goals, dreams , actions including the ones that have paused , slow down or even stopped moving forward.

Kelsey Schmitt

Travel & Lifestyle


Music reviews for uncool kids

The Appreciation Enthusiast

Music, Film, Fashion, Pop Culture.

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