Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The 11 Best Songs By The Tokyo Police Club

One of the most alarming things I read today was that Kiss is about to have their first Rolling Stone cover...ever.  Ever!  WTF Rolling Stone.  I'm not pissed that Kiss is getting a Rolling Stone cover...I'm in shock that it has taken almost 40 years for them to get one.  Justin Beiber's had THREE covers!  And he sucks.  Miley Cyrus has been on the cover of Rolling Stone.  But not Kiss.  Clay Aiken, Creed, Wilson Philips, Adam Lambert, and Snooki have been on the cover.  But not Kiss.  Charles Manson and the Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have made the cover of Rolling Stone.  But not Kiss.  A terrorist gets priority over Gene Simmons!  Seriously?!!  At least, Charles Manson put out an album.
On a positive note, Kiss does get their cover before The Pixies, Public Enemy, My Bloody Valentine, The Smiths, The Kinks, New Order and The Velvet Underground.  
Here are the 11 Best Songs By The Tokyo Police Club:
  1. Favourite Colour (Champ)
  2. If It Works (A Lesson In Crime)
  3. Your English Is Good (Elephant Shell)
  4. Cut Cut Paste (Smith)
  5. Tessellate (Elephant Shell)
  6. Nature of the Experiment (A Lesson In Crime)
  7. Wait Up (Champ)
  8. Big Difference (Champ)
  9. Little Sister (Ten Songs, Ten Years, Ten Days)
  10. Box (Smith)
  11. Since U Been Gone (Ten Songs, Ten Years, Ten Days)
Buy Tokyo Police Club's new album, Forcefield...now!!

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