Daniel Hatfield

I try to make people laugh while holding a knife.

The CD Era: Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds)

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Because Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds released their fifteenth studio album, Push the Sky Away, last month, I will review one of the Nick Cave CD’s I own. Here’s Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! which has always been a favorite of mine. The band just sounds so energized and renewed on this one, taking…

The CD Era: Midnite Vultures (Beck)

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So here’s one of my favorite Beck albums, Midnite Vultures, a sexy, funky, weird album that I think gets lost in the shuffle when talking about Beck. Everyone always mentions Odelay, Mutations or Sea Change, which are all good, but this is the one I keep coming back to.

For one, “Nicotine…

The CD Era: Neon Bible (Arcade Fire)

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Arcade Fire is based in Canada. But so is Nickleback. But so is the Kids in the Hall.

Everyone’s favorite Arcade Fire album is Funeral, right? That’s probably mine, too, but Neon Bible is damn close. I find myself skipping more songs on Neon Bible than on Funeral (and skipping more

The CD Era: Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (Devo)

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Devo’s best album was their first. I always saw them as punks with keyboards. The album opens with the lyrics “yeah” repeated 22 times.

It was produced by Brian Eno. They covered “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”. They’re from Akron, OH. I had a cousin from Akron whom my mom used to call…

I have a new blog @ http://www.thecdera.tumblr.com

I review different CD’s I own for the fun of it.  It’s fun.  Real fun.  Nothing serious.  Just fun.  

oh hi

tumblr.  I haven’t used you in a while.  

Need something new in my life…

I don’t know what…a new hobby?  A new job?  A new girl?  Something.  Sick of this rut I’m stuck in.  

The stand-up comedy is cool but I’m too new at it for it to take up too much of my time.  It’s usually once or twice a month.  I need something more than that.  

And I do think it’s time to start dating again.  I don’t even know where to start though…

That concludes Daniel Bitch Fest 1990-12…whatever

The Cabin in the Woods

Great movie.  I loved it.  Perhaps I’ll write a review one day.  For now, I’m just going to leave it as “I fucking loved it.”