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The 20 Most Read Articles on Collapse Board of 2013

The 20 Most Read Articles on Collapse Board of 2013

Time for one final list from 2013 (barring any straggling best-of lists), the all-important most read articles of the year. 1. Secret Memo Regarding Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ Reissue Leaked People not only like to read the same story over and over again, they demand it. Our job is to retell the story, to reinforce the […]

 Everett True

Collapse Board | the missing two years of messages

Collapse Board | the missing two years of messages

This really is like sorting through other people’s garbage bins.

 Scott Creney

An Immodest Proposal

An Immodest Proposal

You really need to e-mail me as soon as possible. This could get ugly.

 Everett True

10 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | May 2013

10 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | May 2013

I would never treat my guitar like I treat my boyfriends. It means more to me than that.

 Everett True

20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | April 2013

20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | April 2013

Another slow month, enlivened somewhat by the top two entries. At this rate, Collapse Board’s going to be less popular than The Legend!’s music – something I always figured was impossible. 1. A fitting playlist for her funeral | 30 Songs about Margaret Thatcher Here’s what I’ll be playing, come the day of her funeral. […]

 Everett True

20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | March 2013

20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | March 2013

There’s a whole hidden musical village here that you know nothing about.

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Why I ended up enjoying a Justin Bieber show

We watched 1991: The Year Punk Broke on videotape. The boys asked me to sing, I never did. I preferred staying hidden behind my instrument with my short dresses.

 Everett True

20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | February 2013

The nastiness, the blackness and bleakness, is a lot of the attraction.

 Carmen Juarez

the interview | Iceage want you to know that they’re not fascists

The idea was to not to try to, you know, glorify violence or anything, we just thought it was a fun idea

 Scott Creney

Iceage | an open letter to Louis Pattison

The only thing worse than a band deliberately putting violent/racist/fascist imagery out there is a writer like myself taking exception to it.