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Re: “Top Albums of 2010: Caitlin Rose, Action!, KORT among the year's best releases

I applaud Lance Conzett for covering numerous bands who have roots at belmont. The fact that "Belmont" or being of Belmont is a frequent tool used in his write ups, blurbs etc. to pigeonhole, or degrade the quality/input used in musician's projects(even as a joke) has become a bit tiring and is a demotion in my mind. There is also a fine line between mixing and production but most music journalists don't ever distinguish these two very different parts of the process. I would expect more of a critique of the material and songwriting than witticisms about the origins. I view such remarks as a lack of respect for the effort of making a good album. Is the praise of making #6 worth it if it's on very bittersweet terms and criticism? I can assure that Rhythm & Amplitude was always meant to be an album, and that everyone who worked on it's production used whatever means possible to completely realize their art. I think we get the point about "Belmont" so let's move on and just judge the product for it's artistic endeavors. Bad form from a Belmont student. You sick bastard Lance, I hope to see you crying while masturbating on a park bench next time I see you(not really).

I also think the production is pretty spot on.

Posted by parkerdonaldson on 12/10/2010 at 6:00 PM

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