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Matador on December 4th will release the 10th Anniversary Double LP of Interpol’s Turn On The Bright Lights. (“All pre-orders include exact replica Interpol pin from the era,” too, so act fast!) I don’t know about you guys, but my relationship with this album never went beyond zoning out to “Untitled”—or maybe “NYC,” if I was feeling especially moody. Here’s the stuff that came out in 2002 and was vastly better. Just sayin’.

10 ‘Indie’ Albums From 10 Years Ago That Are Better Than Interpol’s ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’
  1. Matador on December 4th will release the 10th Anniversary Double LP of Interpol’s Turn On The Bright Lights. (“All pre-orders include exact replica Interpol pin from the era,” too, so act fast!) I don’t know about you guys, but my relationship with this album never went beyond zoning out to “Untitled”—or maybe “NYC,” if I was feeling especially moody. Here’s the stuff that came out in 2002 and was vastly better. Just sayin’.

    10 ‘Indie’ Albums From 10 Years Ago That Are Better Than Interpol’s ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’

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    Turn On the Bright Lights is one of my top 20 all-time rekkids, even if I have passed the (several-year) time of my life...
  3. ryanmcnutt reblogged this from blownspeakers and added:
    I’d argue for You Forgot It In People, but yeah: YHF > all that.
  4. mdsh reblogged this from insideachrysaliswrithing and added:
    basically
  5. blownspeakers reblogged this from lifeaquatic and added:
    Sleater-Kinney’s my favourite band, but none of those records are better than Turn on the Bright Lights. Yankee Hotel...
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