The Traveling Wilburys
Volume 1 / Volume 3

Warner Music Group
1988 / 1990; r: 2007
A / C+
Reviewed by: Mike Powell and Alfred Soto
Reviewed on: 2007-06-15



Posted 06/15/2007 - 11:37:01 AM by paradoxdsf:
 Oops... Mike and Alfred thought they were being amusing, but they were just being stupid. Ghastly, horribly "written" review.
 
Posted 06/15/2007 - 11:55:19 AM by MonsterKids:
 I thought that this review was pretty fun, though the thought of Tom Petty's early stages (presumably from when he "fell out of a vagina" to age ten) does indeed summon some rather "ghastly" Billy Redden-ish images. Slightly-rejiggered review format=AMUSING.
 
Posted 06/15/2007 - 12:31:41 PM by allison1:
 what happened to volume 2? temporal leap-frog?
 
Posted 06/15/2007 - 01:01:51 PM by mikepowell:
 allison: there was no volume 2. it was supposed to be cool or funny to have a lost album. part of the myth. paradox: the above error has been corrected.
 
Posted 06/15/2007 - 03:11:04 PM by super_are:
 These types of "transcript" reviews and articles are fucking boring and written by people who are apparently oblivious to their own self-absorption. This isn't a podcast, you douches.
 
Posted 06/15/2007 - 10:56:47 PM by terrorist:
 more like two fairly smart guys flaunting themselves for public humiliation in their conversational rhetoric, "...is EXACTLY WHAT YOU'D EXPECT..." or "I LIKE TO IMAGINE..." and then "CARE TO SPECULATE ON...?" "...THAT HAS TO BE POINTED OUT...". It's as though I found their dialogue "frightfully pompous", botherations and oh damn, but I most definitely was quite unprepared for this adverb-riddled banter, interjections of surprise and convincerama. At last, finally, relief from Mike, "the Wilbury concept is shit". shite and fuck, iz the beesknees of entertainment analyzing human boredom.
 
Posted 06/18/2007 - 12:12:33 PM by edpango:
 Phil Spector had nothing to do with "He's So Fine," a fact ten bloody seconds on Google would have shown you. Nice review.