my god this thread has tanked since #4889...such a pity.
Type: Posts; User: breathewithme
my god this thread has tanked since #4889...such a pity.
loved Joe Walsh with Dave Grohl and Gary Clark Jr...
very sad news. he was a great talent. addiction doesn't give a damn though.
someone posted this news on FB, my wife responded with "very sad" then this conservative republican friend of ours posts...
The Ramones were the start of everything, as far as I can tell, and therefore deserve top honors. But Green Day are the most commercially successful punk band, I don't think there's any arguing that....
he's doing six straight nights at six different venues, here in the Bay Area. who the fuck is buying all those tickets?
Having seen them both I would have to say that Motorhead was better.
psych ward was probably a little harsh.
only as a treatment provider.
this place is more fascinating than a psych ward, but in a similar kinda way.
nope but Hulas has a great happy hour. $5 drinks, featuring their mai tai and $5 appetizers...steak kabobs, etc. very worthwhile.
mostly, yes. 30 seconds to mars not withstanding.
and schlock is schlock
or that they're some sort of imbecile.
taste is subjective. people like all kinds of music that I consider shitty. does that make them all dangerously stupid? that's what I'm reacting to, what's the point of berating people for their...
do you deny my assertion? look, when you're calling people you don't know "shitbrain" and "fucking stupid" over some differing taste in music, that's idiotic. am I wrong?
feel free to "sig" that too, dipshit.
you are such a pompous, thin-skinned asshole, seriously.
fair enough, cheers! I probably won't be there either but I've been lucky enough to go 5 times. these days there are lots of other things competing for my time & money and fortunately, OSL has become...
hell I've been married since '89. I know it's a little bold to ask a stranger to embark on such a journey, but whatever, I'm past worrying about that shit.
wtf tubz? I wasn't joking. least you could do is say "I'll think about it" or "not in the cards" or "fuck you very much" or "let's do this!" or something...what the hell? Granted Bishop is a bit out...
Saturday is solid. I'm a Muse fan but also love QOTSA, Pet Shop Boys & Fatboy Slim, and the undercard has lots of interesting acts, including Chvrches. It's pretty juvenile stuff to whine about this...
'stop making sense' still one of the greatest shows of all time...
Tell you what, I'll pick you up and haul your robust mass to Coachella. I love this line-up and my friends have all timed out. Meanwhile, I'm looking for a fellow music freak to hit this thing up...
damn that's a ridiculous list, 2013's gonna be tough to beat.
but Limp Bizkit? :confused:
2. A Night Like This
3. Just Like Heaven
5. A Forest
6. Close To Me
8. In Between Days
Pet Shop Boys
2. It's a Sin
3. Where the Streets Have No Name
4. Always On My Mind
5. West End Girls
6. Left To My Own Devices
7. Being Boring
8. Opportunities (Let's Make Lot's...
1. Policy of Truth
2. Behind the Wheel / Route 66
3. Everything Counts
4. Never Let Me Down
5. It's Just A Question of Time
6. World in My Eyes
7. Master and Servant
Iggy! Hated to miss that one. That was a ton of talent, 2013 ended up being a particularly good one. BTW, happy new year people.
nobody else cancels soo many shows and yet remains so loved...
2. Morning Glory
3. Cigarettes and Alcohol
4. Some Might Say
5. Live Forever
6. D'You Know What I Mean?
7. Don't Look Back in Anger
8. Rock N Roll Star
somewhere on there I'd have to add...
I'll concede that yours is a more hit filled list...Precious was not a particularly radio friendly song, but definitely gave them a punk rock edge when first released...
"but not me baby, I'm too...
right now all I've got booked is Kraftwerk in March...but honestly nobody I know is really as interested in hitting shows as I am. I should probably dial it back but it's tough with all the great...
I hope so...nice that you're looking after moms though.
the Stones show this year might've been their best ever. Better than Steel Wheels, better than Bridges to Babylon (which had Pearl Jam on the bill and, introduced the giant digital screen). This...
Wow! You've been busy! I managed to get into a few without paying, including Paul McCartney, but 29! Well done sir. :cool:
I love the Santa Barbara Bowl! That must've been nice. So many great shows there in the 80's...Talking Heads, Missing Persons, Psychedelic Furs, Dire Straits...
...but I haven't been back in...
1. Everything Turns Grey
3. The Last Goodbye
4. Living in Darkness
5. Secret Agent Man
7. Too Young To Die
8. There's No Such Thing
Dammit would have to be my #1
1. Bohemian Rhapsody (of course)
2. Somebody to Love
3. Killer Queen
4. Under Pressure (with Bowie)
5. Play the Game
6. Stone Cold Crazy
7. Keep Yourself Alive
8. You're My Best Friend
1. Lipstick Vogue
2. Pump it Up
3. Watching the Detectives
4. Lip Service
5. Red Shoes
6. Everyday I Write the Book
7. What's So Funny 'Bout Peace Love and Understanding
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
1. Runnin' Down a Dream
3. I Need to Know
4. American Girl
6. Don't Do Me Like That
7. You Got Lucky
8. You Don't Know How it Feels
1. Last Child
2. Mama Kin
3. Dream On
5. Train Kept a Rollin
6. Make It
7. Back in the Saddle
8. Sweet Emotion
2. Mystery Achievement
3. The Message of Love
4. Middle of the Road
5. Time the Avenger
6. Tattooed Love Boys
7. Bad Boys Get Spanked
8. Brass in Pocket
I was just listening to Speedway but that's a new find for me, which is the reason I lurked here so long before introducing myself. Amazing amount of great music to be discovered in here.
I like that AAM! had Sing Your Life and Hairdresser on Fire. I'd have...
2. Last of the Famous International Playboys
3. Everyday is Like Sunday
4. First of the Gang...