I agree---I'm a big DBT fan, and I wasn't a huge 400 Unite fan despite his DBT contributions. He had a great in-store at Vintage Vinyl yesterday. Didn't make it out to Off Broadway but the in-store made me want to. Just seems like a really classy, nice guy. Then Vintage played the whole album while I shopped for the next hour. Great stuff.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who loves that Lydia Loveless album. I was just listening to it again tonight. "Learn to Say No" might be my new favorite song on the album. And I too was disappointed by the new DBTs album. I miss the rock of Southern Rock Opera or Decoration Day. But, I still think there's some good songs on there. "Pulaski" is a favorite.
Hard to argue with any of those picks. I don't think any American rock band of the last ten years has written as many great songs -- as songs -- as the DBTs.
I'd pick "Danko/Manuel" and "Space City," but I'm a sucker for the ballads.
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