Tom R 
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Re: “Grassmarket

Following the band's career as closely as I have, I can tell you that the song 'Sable Island Pony' is actually about the band's young son, not a young lady, as the reviewer has mistakingly concluded. Moreover, the comment that she's being compared to a horse "hopefully for wind-blown hair, not hips' is just shockingly weightest and sexist. I found this review to be incredibly confusing and like most bad reviews, is more about the writer than the album. 'Nobody holding down the low end'? Does this mean there is no bass? Is that the implication? I certainly hear bass. "'it’s good to be able to amuse each other, especially when you are remotely situated" WHAT DOES THIS EVEN MEAN? I read this review out-loud to two co-workers and here is the review of the review 1." It sounds like it it's just sentences from a random word generator". 2 "I have no idea what you are saying. The opposite of depressing? Does he mean 'happy'?" This review doesn't make anyone want to listen to the record and it doesn't make anyone not want to listen to the record, which is the whole point. If you do nothing else, do that at least.

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Posted by Tom R on 11/22/2012 at 9:38 AM

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