Springtime is great for college students. It means the end of the school year and the beginning of a new baseball season; the time for guys to wear shorts and girls to boast their egregiously short skirts – a day, I can assure you, all males on campus look forward to. For music fans though, it signifies something far more exciting: the chance to listen to spring albums again.
For those only peripherally invested in music, this probably won’t make any sense to you – there are simply some discs you can’t play in the winter and vice versa. But if your record collection at least triples your IQ, you know spring as the time to put away half of your albums and joyously drag out the rest: time to shelve The Smiths, Bj