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Old 11.13.2017, 01:19 PM   #5
Screaming Skull
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Originally Posted by Severian
I didn’t read the review of ... uh... what’s the last album that was good? Like, Ben Frost or Fever Ray, maybe? Albums I really liked. I legit don’t read like three reviews this year. Certainly not Taylor.

Around 10+ years ago when Pitchfork was still worth checking out, I remember them playing an April Fools joke. On April 1st they featured reviews by Avril Lavigne and others of that sort. They stated they had sold out to a corporation and to stick around and check it out. Fast forward to November 13th, 2017 and today’s feature review is the new Taylor Swift album. They even give a separate article about her upcoming tour! I’m not here to bash Taylor Swift or anyone who likes her, but Pitchfork has become the embodiment of an April Fools joke. Pathetic.
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