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So you're saying this is changing your world just like Fallout Boy changed your world? Because that's how I'm feeling about this. Why yes, QWW, yes, I am. Um Falloutwho?? Haven't watched it yet, but I am opposed to them on the basis of an aggressively stupid name. Seems like a good reason to me.
Let me preface this by saying that I rarely watch videos anymore; they make me hate the band. When I look something up on YouTube, I generally listen rather than watch. Sadly, had I listened to this, I would have lasted a couple of seconds finding it derivative, or at the very least a Queen outtake ...
A few quick comments. I think the Eagles are boring and vanilla, but that can be suitable at times. I'd sooner be at a party and hear them than Nickleback. If Kroeger and company were howling, I'd know it was time to leave. Nickleback are terrible and derivative for reasons I've stated before. They ...
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Galaxie 500 and Minus 5 are excepted too, I expect.Greenwood The Sock Monkey wrote:
I hate the Eagles as much as the next guy, but I'll take them before virtually any band with a number in their name. Sum 41, Finger 11, Blink 182, 311, Maroon 5, umm, Sixpence None The Richer. They all blow goats.
Spacemen 3 happily excepted!
- Fri Jul 30, 2010 3:47 pm
- Forum: Rants and Raves
- Topic: What's on your Heavy Rotation list?
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Teenage Fanclub's latest, Shadows , the first single "Baby Lee" of which I heard on GloNo. Happy jangly pop that made me pull out their other CDs. Very nice. Before that was the Pirate Radio s/t, which is awesome. Generally all pop all the time, except for the odd Godspeed jag when I'm reading at ni...
Nickleback. They sellout arenas, sell copious records, win tons of awards, but they completely indistinguishable from most other rock bands; indeed, I think they were signed because they were the Canadian version of Creed and therefore meet the CanCon regs (35% radio air time is set aside for Canadi...
- Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:52 pm
- Forum: Rants and Raves
- Topic: What was your first concert?
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Hmm. When was this? I think I know where you mean, but I thought the Sugarcubes had disbanded by then.Sugarcubes Forever wrote:Of course, my all time favorite was taking off without permission to Toronto (from Michigan) while in high school to see The Sugarcubes play in a bar above a fish market in China Town.