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Pitchfork Gives Music 6.8

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I am not a big fan of Pitchfork at all. They give albums that have gone on to become classics poor ratings and they favour all Indie music whether its good or not. I've read many of their reviews and just did not agree with any of them.
 

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I respect Pitchfork, and occassionally I agree with them, but I don't base my purchases off what they say. That said, this article is awesome.
 

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haha so good.
I'm suprised they didn't put anything in there about how they only review really indie/weird music and.. commercial hip-hop?
 

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They don't review weird stuff. I know most of what they review - I just don't listen to their opinion.

Recently I've done a lot more of downloading an album, and then judging. It's free, and you don't have to base your purchase on somebody elses opinion. Then I buy what's worth buying.
 

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Adam said:
They don't review weird stuff. I know most of what they review - I just don't listen to their opinion.

Recently I've done a lot more of downloading an album, and then judging. It's free, and you don't have to base your purchase on somebody elses opinion. Then I buy what's worth buying.
No, I generally do not listen to their opinion either.
I just find their choices of records to review strange.
 
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