Would you rather have your own record label, or your own anime production company? Please give us the name of your label/anime studio and what kind of music/anime you put out.
I feel as if most of the questions have been inappropriate sex questions. This is a music message board, so I want to know a little about your musical aspects.
What is your favorite kind of music to have sex to?
just started reading this thread yesterday. this looks like it could be fun...maybe.
Mike, I knew you were after cougars when you were younger
Thank you, guys, for letting me participate in this I get stage fright though, so that's why I sound boring in my answers. But I promise you, I'm way more fun in real life!!
And the next board member to get the hot seat is...
Living in England somewhere, he is happily married and parties like an animal every night. Please give Chris a warm welcome!
First question: What is your magical concert number?!
This board topic is a really cool idea!
how did you discover coachella? what year did you first attend, and what made it seem worth travelling so far?
Tell us about Hal.
Just for the record, Barbara, the night you and Feather were on the speakers dancing in the Dome was the night I went, and seeing you up there made me feel like a parent whose child is in the school play! I was proud of you guys for representing the board so boldly!
What's the most awesome act of hooliganism you've ever participated in at a soccer match? Piss bombs. Yay or nay?
Do you hate Americans?
Son of Hal is going to Primavera in Barcelona this year. He's also a fan of the Roskilde festival, but isn't that big on this year's lineup (he's crazy). Like all Brits, he's a football fan and I believe he once told me he's an Everton supporter.
Other than that, he makes all the other boardies insanely jealous with the shows available to him across the pond.
Rhythm is a dancer.
I asked a few friends if they fancied a bit of a road trip. Six of us came over, hired a winnebago and stayed at a trailer park nearby. I enjoyed the festival so much that i've been back every year since.
Also, i ended up getting tickets to 3 of the 4 Pixies nights in London through friends (But you can never see them too many times).
I support this week's choice. Yay Chris.
"Born To Run" is my fave if i'm ever dragged up these days, as it gives the pipes a good solid workout.
I am my fathers only son, but i have two half brothers on my mothers side.
As far as Animal Spirit Guides go, I'm quite a fan of the beaver.
Chris, who is the most important person in your life outside of your family? Why?
Chris, have you encountered many significant Australian/British cultural differences since you first met Ange? If so, please describe one or two of the less expected differences.
Piss bombs are big at Oasis gigs and laddish festivals (Reading and Leeds mainly). I try and avoid both these days.
Big at Reading and Leeds eh? Invaluable info, thanks.
I'd have to take you to various shows in tiny venues, because that is what London is all about for me. The rest of England (bar the northwest) is not that lively, but has some beautiful scenery and buildings. Also, a cheap beer in a Samuel Smiths pub is a must.
I hope the hotel don't charge us extra for the mysterious vomit that appeared on our shower curtain overnight.
Kraftwerk with Steve Reich?!
ok Hal... that's just not fair. thats a dream show
Rhythm is a dancer.
What options are available for late night eating? Here in the states, we have a few coffee type shops that are opened late that accomodate club/concert people. There are also individuals who set up their own small spot on the street and make food to buy on the spot. I'm talking comfort food.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.