In one of the deleted scenes from Pulp Fiction, Uma Thurman states, Nobody likes both Elvis and The Beatles equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice." I prefer this comparison much more the more tired Beatles vs Stones debate, because I can understand someone being an "Elvis person" as opposed to a "Beatles person," but can't fathom how anyone would honestly think the Stones superior.
But to branch from that template, I can't help but wonder if a similar comparison exists within the realm of Canadian female song-writers who moonlight with indie supergroups. Is it possible that you're either a Neko Case person or a Feist person? Or can one truly like them both the same?
If forced to choose, I'm reserving my spot on Team Neko. She may not sell as many iPods as her Calgary-an (?) counterpart, but who else could sing so effortlessly while personifying an unrelentingly destructive force of nature?
Any other nominees for best packaging art the last 10 years? Or does such a title even apply in the era of by-passing tangible media?