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Rolling Stone called the album one of the most significant releases of the 1970s and placed him alongside Neil Young, Jackson Browne, and Bruce Springsteen as one of the four most important new artists to emerge in the decade.
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Daria is not featured in the newer episodes, but she will make a cameo, according to an August 2011 Rolling Stone interview with Mike Judge.
The mother later claimed that her son had watched one of the fire-related segments shortly before he burned down the home, although, according to an article in the March 24, 1994 issue of Rolling Stone, neighbors claimed that the family did not have cable television.
Later, in a Rolling Stone interview, Mike Judge was asked if Daria is coming back and he said, " No. There's sort of a cameo in one episode.
John Altschuler, formerly a writer for King of the Hill, told a Rolling Stone reporter that he saw signs that Mike Judge was thinking of reviving Beavis and Butt-Head.
" In an August 24, 1978, Rolling Stone interview, Bruce Springsteen told Dave Marsh, " I play Buddy Holly every night before I go on ; that keeps me honest.
Their most famous hit is the song " Fish Heads ", which was named as one of the top 100 videos of all time by Rolling Stone magazine.
Throughout her career, Love's wild stage antics and subversive feminist attitude have polarized audiences and critics, with Rolling Stone once calling her " the most controversial woman in the history of rock.
It went on to be declared one of the best albums of all time by Rolling Stone magazine in their 500 Greatest Albums of All Time issue in 2003.
Rolling Stone called the album " accessible, fiery and intimate — often at the same time [...] a basic guitar record that's anything but basic.
Spin called it a " jaw-dropping act of artistic will and a fiery, proper follow-up to 1994 ’ s Live Through This " and awarded it eight out of ten stars, while Rolling Stone suggested that, " for people who enjoy watching celebrities fall apart, America's Sweetheart should be more fun than an Osbournes marathon.
Rolling Stone gave the album three out of five stars, saying that Love " worked hard on these songs, instead of just babbling a bunch of druggy bullshit and assuming people would buy it, the way she did on her 2004 flop, America's Sweetheart.
Once labelled by Rolling Stone as " the most controversial woman in the history of rock ", Love's sometimes outrageous behavior has given her a lasting place in pop culture, as well as a polarizing reputation in the media.
Salinger, Upton Sinclair, and the journalist Hunter S. Thompson, who was primarily known for his works in the American magazine Rolling Stone.
* " Rolling Away the Stone: Mary Baker Eddy's Challenge to Materialism ( Religion in North America ) Stephen Gottschalk ( 2011 )
The first article about disco was written in September 1973 by Vince Aletti for Rolling Stone magazine.
However, in the original article on Young from the first edition of the Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock and Roll and a subsequent article in the 1983 Rolling Stone Record Guide, critic Dave Marsh used this album to accuse Young of deliberately manufacturing a self-mythology, arguing that while his highlights could be seen to place him on a level with other artists from his generation like Bob Dylan or The Beatles, the particulars of his catalogue did not bear this out.
In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked him 39th on their list of the " 100 Greatest Artists of All Time ", and 23rd on their list of the best singers of all-time.
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In further response to this issue, rock critic Jim DeRogatis, a former Rolling Stone editor, published a thorough critique of the magazine's lists in a book called Kill Your Idols: A New Generation of Rock Writers Reconsiders the Classics ( ISBN 1-56980-276-9 ), which featured differing opinions from many younger critics.
Several stories later emerged suggesting that the band had initially been called ' English Rose ' or that the name was somehow linked to The Rolling Stones, but these were untrue, Brown explaining " No, I don't know where that English Rose story came from.
Rolling blackouts ( also called load shedding ) are intentionally engineered electrical power outages, used to distribute insufficient power when the demand for electricity exceeds the supply.
Kenneth Turan of The Los Angeles Times said Rickman " as always, makes the most lasting impression ," while Peter Travers of Rolling Stone called Rickman " sublime at giving us a glimpse at last into the secret nurturing heart that [...] Snape masks with a sneer.
The album was received well by critics ; Gordon Fletcher of Rolling Stone said " their debut album is superb ", and Chicago's Daily Herald called it an " above average debut ".
He then worked full time on his humorous weekly called The Rolling Stone, which he started while working at the bank.
Peter Travers of Rolling Stone called the film a " captivating romantic bonbon " and added, " Don't look for the originality and grit that distinguished Weir's Australian films Picnic at Hanging Rock and Gallipoli, Green Card has all the heft of a potato chip.
The phrase may have its origins as early as 1908 in the cadence song now called " The Army Goes Rolling Along ", which likely extended into tank usage.
Furthermore, he had read a scathing Cream review in Rolling Stone, a publication he had much admired, in which the reviewer, Jon Landau, called him a " master of the blues cliché.
Of the album's fourteen songs, eight were written by Lennon – McCartney ( originally credited " McCartney – Lennon "), early evidence of what Rolling Stone later called " invention of the idea of the self-contained rock band, writing their own hits and playing their own instruments ".
" Michael Sragow of Rolling Stone called Spielberg " a space age Jean Renoir .... or the first time, has put his breathtaking technical skills at the service of his deepest feelings.
" George P Pelecanos of Uncut magazine has called it " One of the great rock ' n roll performances, and as close to a perfect song as anyone's ever recorded ," while Chris T-T in the same publication declared " Never mind The Beatles or The Rolling Stones, this is the best rock ' n roll track of all time.
Reviewing American Psycho, Stephen Erlewine of Allmusic called the new incarnation " a kitschy goth-punk outfit that relies more on metal than hardcore ", while Rolling Stone remarked that the band's new style blended " some old-style punk, a little metal and an occasional all-out thrasher.
NME called the album " a personal but secretive thrash-pop opera of urban nihilism and passionate dumbthinks ", and Rolling Stone said the album " may be the most potent blast of female insurgency ever committed to tape ".
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Rolling Stone noted its " refinement, stylish melodies and vocal fireworks ," while Blender called it " slick, snarky pop with flashes of brilliance ".
In the 1960s, Japanese rock music bands imitated Western rock musicians such as The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones, along with other Appalachian folk music, psychedelic rock, mod and similar genres ; this was called Group Sounds ( G. S .).