Bill Callahan: Apocalypse Review

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2 Responses

  1. Ben Jones says:

    It’s great to read such a positive write up of such a fantastic record; a shame, then, that the reviewer repeatedly invokes “nuance” while at the same time reducing Callahan’s deadpan, abstract and self-consciously asubjective lyricism to clunking banalities like “some kind of conflict in the artist’s psyche.” Also, is it really too much to ask that reviews are proof-read by someone with a working knowledge of the English language? This effort is chock full of grammatical errors and second-rate stylistic repetition.

  2. jonbehm says:

    “asubjective” isn’t a real word, smart guy.

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