Friday Night Jukebox: Fight Test

Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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5 Responses

  1. BlaiseP says:

    The first synth riff with the bandpass twist from YoshimiBtPR-2 instantly returns me to the winter of 2002-3 in Baton Rouge. Turned my boss onto FL. I kinda save that album for moments when I really have to finish something and need to sprint to the finish line.

    Bien fait. Hoisting a Leinenkugel’s Honey Weiss in your general direction. It’s a perfect night here, adolescent kids walking on the street in the twilight and the planets appearing in the sky.Report

    • Jason Kuznicki in reply to BlaiseP says:

      It’s amazing how the right piece of music can evoke a time and a place. This one evokes a winning poker night for me, though even saying so seems to diminish it. I stand in awe of this album.Report

  2. Rufus F. says:

    It’s the weirdest thing- I was actually the very writer who reviewed this record for Bust Magazine when it came out because they were shorthanded and it was released near to their publication date and my best friend is an editor there. I think I did a good job, but I still wonder if I captured the importance of the album. I mean, I recognized at the time that it was pretty incredible and said so in the review, but I don’t know if I conveyed how monumental it was. At any rate, I hear your Jason. It’s pretty much a perfect pop album.Report

  3. Anne says:

    Great album! On a personal note met Wayne Coyne at an opening the other night I got a hug (squeee!) OK fan girl, girly moment over with.Report

  4. Will says:

    Nice pick, Kuz.Report