To the dismay of many, I've been threatening to post this for some time. And all of you who slag on this album can go scratch. I make no claims that this is as great as the 'classic' Neil Young albums, and I really am not too interested in the whole story about how this was his attempt at communicating with his son who suffers from cerebral palsy. No, I just like this album and I think if it was made by someone else, hipsters would be nodding their heads to the vocoder propelled, Devo influenced classics (I think you can youtube Young playing with Devo from when they toured together). I figure, since every song on the radio now has some goofy auto-tune shit going on, this should now be considered a pioneering work. Next time some robots are dancing in your living room, put this on and I'm sure you'll see those rigid, inflexible jaws trying to bend into a smile. Oh, and searching for cover art I realized that if you're using keywords like 'young' and 'trans' you're going to get something much different.
Kyle Motl – Transmogrification (2017)
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