Monday, April 18, 2011

Reading the history of AC/DC

on Wikipedia, and around their 12th album I came across the following criticism:

In 2000, the band released Stiff Upper Lip, produced by brother George Young at the Warehouse Studio, again in Vancouver. The album was better received by critics than Ballbreaker but was considered lacking in new ideas. [my emphasis]

Lacking in new ideas?

Did the Lombardi era Packers run off-tackle too much?

Did Lance Armstrong ride up the Alps the same way every time?

Did the German army role France so many times it became monotonous?

When you execute to perfection you don't mess with the formula. Just rinse and repeat.

Some people just. don't. get it.


dark commenteer said...

Couldn't have said it better myself.


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