TC Sings The Bricks V: The Most Disappointing Albums Of 2011

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Dig a hole. Bury yourselves.

We’ve gathered here today on this annual ceremony, not to mourn, but to celebrate the DEATH of music that has stolen precious minutes we shall never get back for our cherished lives. The album still holds its rank as the premier event in an artist’s career but there’s too many distractions (first week sales, features, artificial beef) shifting us away from the most important aspect: the music. And if it’s attention they want, they definitely got it right here.

Light a candle. Grab a veil. Slap a pallbearer. We’re gonna have ourselves a funeral.

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