Matt Love (ThePopeOfPop) wrote:
This is stupid. The email said I would get to vote for the best music of the year so far, but instead I get to chose music from a list you provide. You should have said "chose the best music from the attinuated little list we put together with the use of our attinuated little minds." The best album of the year is Cristalina by Lulina. Everything else is just jibba jabba.
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