Review #216: Either/Or, Elliott Smith

#216: Either/Or, Elliott Smith

I am a huge Elliott Smith fan, which is just as lame as it sounds. I’ve mentioned it several times.

For those who don’t know, Elliott Smith is the quintessential sad boy, who made acousticky songs that were both soft and full of angst. Soundgarden: angry music for sad people; Elliott Smith: sad music for angry people.




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Karla Clifton

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Writer, fake music fan.

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