Watery, Domestic

You just can't go in the studio toss out four "distinguishable, hummable songs" (Christgau) and call it an album. You can't just invite your two buddies let one of them play bass and the other just basically do nothing and make them official members of the band afterwards. You can't just have your drummer make… Continue reading Watery, Domestic

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Atomic Bomb (Rivermaya, 1997)

Took me a long time to fully appreciate Rivermaya's third album. Yes, the title's cliche and the album's more obtuse than a solid bang, but that's not it. Only lately did I realize what's keeping me from really enjoying this album. It's the track sequence. Of course, it's just probably me but I'm thinking about… Continue reading Atomic Bomb (Rivermaya, 1997)