Re: What's Spinning
Yeah the first 3 are their best ones, but they only have 7 albums anyway so not like they ever had a chance to drop off significantly. they broke up in 1975 and reunited in 1999 so they skipped the years when they would have been at the biggest risk for sucking. (Though The Korgis were a decent band from the handful of songs I've heard, so they probably would have weathered the 80s better than most.)
2009's A Victory for Common Sense is low-key one of their best. The last time we did Babbletron I submitted it as one of my picks.
Three Friends just feels so slight for some reason. Like if it was an EP it would make more sense. Still a good album tho, I'd put it 4th. Also for some reason I've never heard In a Glass House, probably should get on that one eventually.