John Mayer Is Full of Crap
Something about John Mayer just gets under Rocks Off's skin. We'll admit there was a time he made us believe our body was a wonderland, and yes, we've even wanted to "run through the halls of our high school and scream at the top of our lungs." But no more. The quiet little guitar player we once thought Mayer was is no more, and in his place is a narcissistic lothario. The latest incident of immense ridicule came - big surprise - via Twitter. "Listening to the hits channel on Sirius. I will reserve criticism but say that every ninth year of a decade really brings the junk," he tweeted. "How are some of these bands that are big this year not exactly like Warrant was in '89? Watch your back for the next Cobain in '12." Warrant? That's the best you've got, John? Now, it's safe to say, it's on. 1979
Supertramp, Breakfast in America The Jam, Setting Sons Stiff Little Fingers, Inflammable The Clash, London Calling Pink Floyd, The Wall Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures (first album) 1989 Pixies, Doolittle The Cure, Disintegration Janet Jackson, Rhythm Nation 1814 Nirvana, Bleach (first album) 1999
Sigur Ros, Agaetis Byrjun Red Hot Chili Peppers, Californication Rage Against the Machine, The Battle of Los Angeles Foo Fighters, There Is Nothing Left to Lose The Magnetic Fields, 69 Love Songs Blink-182, Enema of the State Wilco, Summerteeth The White Stripes, The White Stripes (first album) Le Tigre, Le Tigre (first album) The Beta Band, The Beta Band Melvins, The Maggot Death Cab for Cutie, Something About Airplanes (first album) Stereolab, Cobra and Phases Group Play "Voltage" in the Milky Night The Flaming Lips, The Soft Bulletin Built to Spill, Keep It Like a Secret 2009
Animal Collective, Merriweather Post Pavilion Grizzly Bear, Veckatimest DInosaur Jr., Farm Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix Neko Case, Middle Cyclone M. Ward, Hold Time MF DOOM, Born Like This Passion Pit, Manners Harlem Shakes, Technicolor Health The Paper Chase, Someday This Could All Be Yours, Vol. 1 Rocks Off eagerly awaits your rebuttal, Mr. Mayer.
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