The most average releases of January 2012
» Someone once said, "A bore is a man who has nothing to say and says it anyway."
God, could January be any more boring? Even the scandals seemed like they were looking for change in the couch cushions; everything was so boring it was bankrupt. No epic storms, no more interesting Republican presidential candidates like Cain or Bachmann or Perry (we resorted to endorsing Vermin Supreme), no holidays where you get presents. Even the TV everyone is obsessed with, Downton Abbey, sounds like the most boring Anglophilic shit of all time. Whatever, we haven't watched it. Here's a some releases and events that bored the shit out of us in January.
The month in eh...
Lana de Rey, Born to Die (Polydor)
Jay Z, "Glory", (Def Jam)
Beyoncé and Jay Z, Blue Ivy Carter (Lenox Hill Hospital)
Imperial Teen, Feel the Sound (Merge)
Seal, Soul 2 (Warner Bros.)
M.I.A., "Bad Girls", (Interscope)
At the Drive in and the Refused Reuniting, Turning your legacy into cold, hard cash (Coachella)
Metallica, Beyond Magnetic (Warner Bros.)
Ben Gibbard, A half-hearted alt career as runner/jogger/I'm still standing #mopestreamer (Whatever)
Jack White, "Love Interruption" (Third Man Records)
Joy Division/Mickey Mouse T-Shirt Letting rats chew through their cages (Disney)
Posted on February 01, 2012. More on: lana del rey, jay z, beyonce, blue ivy carter, imperial teen, seal, mia, at the drive in, the refused, metallica, coachella, ben gibbard, jack white, joy divisionmickey mouse t shirt, disney