Mimixxx Posted April 22, 2010 Share Posted April 22, 2010 A lot of critics praised the performance, though. How important is it for you this time around, if at all, to have that critical praise? Love: Well, I don't really read reviews. I read, like, David Fricke [of Rolling Stone], I read Robert Hilburn [of the Los Angeles Times]. I read [Jon] Pareles [of the New York Times]. Pareles gave me a pretty good review, actually, which he's never given me a bad review. He wrote something on the case against Coldplay. So vicious. But [his Hole review] was like, "Swagger. Incorrigible. A star." And that was his Twitter. I was having this huge identity crisis and the reason I know about the case against Coldplay is because I'm friends with Chris Martin and Gwyneth [Paltrow], and [Gwyneth] told me about it. I would never use someone else's misery to make myself feel better, but I was having an identity crisis, so this is how important it is: At three in the morning, I pulled up the 'Case Against Coldplay,' read it aloud to my friend and then I read my review next to it. I felt better! Which is a horrible, horrible, horrible thing to say. The New York Times matters. Otherwise, the rest of them, I don't give a s---. Taken from: http://www.spinnermusic.co.uk/2010/04/22/courtney-love-hole-new-album/ And here is 'The Case Against Coldplay' article from 2005: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/05/arts/music/05pare.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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