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14 hours ago
neil young is such a legend that he's even got his own tag
14 Apr 8:45am
Got tickets to see him live this summer. I'm already in ecstasy!
31 Mar 4:41pm
on this harvest moon.
31 Mar 3:54pm
the last true rock'n'roll gentleman...or how Joni Mitchell said without that 'roll', 'cause he never rolled... he has got no swing in him :D
27 Feb 5:53am
love him. so real so true
15 Feb 5:57pm
9 Feb 5:35am
@madboy It is a great song. Everybody remembers "Streets of Philadelphia" by Springsteen from the soundtrack (and rightly so, it is a very good song), but NY's contribution is a classic, too. Heartbreaking and beautiful.
5 Feb 8:54pm
I forgot how heartbreaking and beautiful his song "Philadelphia" is.
25 Jan 12:32am
If I want to listen to inferior recordings then I should be able to do it!
25 Jan 12:31am
BOO COME BACK TO SPOTIFY NEIL STOP BEING SUCH A TIGHTASS BOO
18 Jan 3:42pm
"Godfather of grunge" is a huge understatement. It's safe to say that Neil Young, much like The Velvet Underground, influenced the entire american alternative/indie scene.
26 Dec 2015, 2:58am
17 Nov 2015, 3:22pm
i created a tidal account only for listening to neil young again
12 Nov 2015, 1:36pm
It's better to burn out, than to fade away.
12 Nov 2015, 7:12am
„Godfather of Grunge“
12 Nov 2015, 6:47am
Happy Birthday, Neil
2 Nov 2015, 11:20pm
21 Oct 2015, 1:35pm
Bluenote Café is gonna kick ASS! I'm glad Neil's kickstarted his '80s-work rehabilitation process: first A Treasure, now this.
19 Oct 2015, 12:37pm
Trans is absolutely a work of genius. Just beautiful.
24 Sep 2015, 9:49am
I don't know what it is about it, but "Albuquerque" has become my favorite song. That shit never leaves my head.  Kind of funny with your avi don't you think lol.
23 Sep 2015, 10:03am
For a nice music list of the 10 greatest albums by Neil Young, just have a look here: http://www.platendraaier.nl/toplijsten/top-10-de-beste-albums-van-neil-young/
8 Sep 2015, 6:00pm
I don't know what it is about it, but "Albuquerque" has become my favorite song. That shit never leaves my head.
1 Sep 2015, 12:10am
The tag "classic rock" don't bother me here. I can just ignore it.
31 Aug 2015, 7:07am
Trans is most definitely terrific, upper-echelon Neil. The album that just hit me this week, though, is Le Noise. Awesome stuff! Not sure what I wasn't hearing the first ten, fifteen times... it's atmospheric, adventurous, sad, heavy, dark, raggedy in that classic Neil way, with a totally unique sound and perspective. I've been coming around on a whole lot of latter-day Neil in fact, stuff I'd thought was way below the level of his '70s and '80s excellence. Can't say I subscribe to that view at all anymore.
28 Aug 2015, 5:28pm
What an amazing artist. Oh and yeah Trans is incredibly underrated. Sample and Hold is awesome.
13 Aug 2015, 12:09pm
12 Aug 2015, 3:14pm
The whole Neil YOUNG catalogue is available via TIDAL, Check out for yourself, dear friends !
10 Aug 2015, 3:42am
i think trans is a work of genius
5 Aug 2015, 1:45am
So Neil doesn't allow streaming anymore because of terrible quality. AM radio and cassette tapes were better? I really wish someone who is close to him would pull him aside and explain how ridiculous a notion this is.
29 Jul 2015, 8:16am
20 Jul 2015, 12:30pm
When is his music finally going to be out of Spotify? I plan on listening only to Young until it does. Maybe that will change his mind?
19 Jul 2015, 2:30pm
i think trans is a work of genius 
15 Jul 2015, 7:38pm
Has Uncle Neil gone senile?
15 Jul 2015, 5:11am
I like Monsanto Years. Some of the songs rank up there with his best for a while- rules of change, if i don't know and a new day for love are really solid tunes. This is much better than I first thought it would be. The record has so much soul and rocks real hard. Wolf man is his greatest acoustic song since without rings and razor love, which I also love.
13 Jul 2015, 2:27pm
i think neil is currently surrounded by some really thickheaded hippies who are manipulating him to believe that gmo is evil. i mean come on... there are way more important issuses in the world right now. who gives a shit about gmo? its all passe and scientifically proven that its not only safe but its our only solution to the world's food crisis and already helped millions of people from starvation
10 Jul 2015, 6:50pm
9 Jul 2015, 2:49am
But I really like The Monsanto Years too. I think what people are forgetting is that Neil is a mythmaker whether he wants to be or not. I hear the album as a spiritual successor to Side B of the great Hawks & Doves (which is really just as out-there as the self-evidently mystical and disorienting Side A) and the '80s country material, all of which I hold dear. It creates a world with its own perspective and rules, and Neil's a character/commentator inside it. It's like his films and stage shows. The folks who are getting all up in arms about the political stance or supposed naivete or whatever are totally missing the point, I think. I'm sure Neil believes he's being serious but he can't help being his artist self about it, and transforming it into its own thing. Rather, to be clear, that's what he does when he's *successful* with his lyrics (as opposed to the likes of Psychedelic Pill or Le Noise) but on this record, like on Storytone, I think he (mostly) is.
9 Jul 2015, 2:10am
Spend more time with Storytone, RockGuru. Those are strong songs - gratingly honest in the way Neil can be about his immaturity, but most of us spend our whole lives immature to greater or smaller degrees, he just doesn't mind admitting and showing it... but songs like Glimmer, Tumbleweed and All Those Dreams are strange loner Neil in great form. And it's all definitely very depressing and personal. Avoid the orchestrated version, go straight for the acoustic songs - they only sound bland for a little while.
8 Jul 2015, 11:07pm
I thought Psychedelic Pill was great.
6 Jul 2015, 4:17am
v the most complete musican and guitarist of 20 century deserves a zero and minimal respect from you...epic. 
6 Jul 2015, 3:08am
I gotta admit its getting harder and harder to defend neil even for a die hard fan like myself.. I can see what his intentions are which is ultimately good but it just seems like a dinosaur trying desperately hard to stay relevant to this current generation. He is definitely out of touch which everybody can see besides him. Going out with a gold digger and getting a divorce certainly doesnt help either.. Musically i guess he dropped the ball after la noise which was his last decent album. I wish he can write something more personal again. That isolated, depressing loner part of neil that i dearly miss and am totally sucker at rather than rambling some propaganda
5 Jul 2015, 3:11am
v the most complete musican and guitarist of 20 century deserves a zero and minimal respect from you...epic.  I love Neil but he doesn't deserve that label lol.
24 Jun 2015, 3:59pm
v the most complete musican and guitarist of 20 century deserves a zero and minimal respect from you...epic.
22 Jun 2015, 4:21pm
zero respect for neil as a person. at least 1 good song so minimal respect for him as a musician. no desire to check out any of the rest of his stuff really.
22 Jun 2015, 10:41am
Monsanto Years http://newalbumreleases.net/77204/neil-young-promise-of-the-real-the-monsanto-years-2015/
17 Jun 2015, 2:57pm
even tho he constantly shits on my beloved Alberta Oil Sands, I still love Neil Young...
7 Jun 2015, 4:39pm
My favourite album is On The Beach. Hands down.
5 Jun 2015, 2:41pm
On the Beach is probably my favorite album of all time. I love Neil Young but his albums are sometimes inconsistent, in my opinion his best albums with the least amount of filler are On the Beach, After the Gold Rush and Tonight's the Night (I'd rate all three 5/5).
30 May 2015, 2:30am
On The Beach for me. His masterpiece.
15 May 2015, 1:36am
I can't decide between on the beach or after the gold rush. they're both masterpieces.
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