Wednesday, June 30, 2004

"The finest raggedy rock riff Neil Young never wrote"

From New Zealand's STUFF, a Wilco review of "Ghost" by GRANT SMITHIES which considers the album's best songs:

Album opener At Least That's What You Said features the finest raggedy rock riff Neil Young never wrote, and Hell is Chrome, a quietly creepy ballad in which the singer survives an encounter with the devil, is strung with lovely lines ('The air was crisp like sunny late winter days, a springtime yawning high in the haze, and I felt like I belonged') and barbed guitar. "


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