http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKAWBNl4MeA Awesome drummer though, ad8! Nice mohawk.
Anyways, great podcast, great music, interesting all the way through. It's totally awesome that Noodles and Dexter (and Greg K.) actually participates on something like this! Really great, really appreciating the fans.
And oooh, what a joke! What a SILENCE!! Hahah, geez I laughed my ass off. At that exact moment; I do feel sorry for you guys, but you should really be honoured. I mean, you guys just got PUNK'D by Noodles! Haha what a joke. Too cool, Noodles, too cool :)
Great podcast! Congratulations to all involved!
And thank you The Offspring! That's one of the reasons why I love this band: they care about the fans.
* Recife is not that dangerous, guys. I was on 2004 concert in Recife. The place was really full and structure of the venue was not very good, but you can return. Before The Offspring played here, there was few international shows, like Silverchair, Scorpions, Faith No More, for example.
But, in the last years, there was many bands that came to Recife: Iron Maiden (2 times), Evanescence, Paul McCartney (2 times), Deep Purple, Scorpions (3 times), Misfits, Placebo, Motorhead... This year, Dead Kennedys will play here too... Please, come back to Recife.
I still have the beer that Noodles throw in the public:
There's no video for turning into you? I thought that they filmed it all already? I remember that i asked the company on facebook that shot the video if offspring was in it. This is what they told me. "Hey Nicklas, the band is not in this video at all. The record label commissioned Fallout Entertainment to write this story and cast actors. I believe the treatment was submitted on Wednesday, then we shot it that Saturday (due to the fact that the tomato fight is a once a year event)." So what now? There's no video?
hahahahaha great joke Dexter and Noodles! It was hilarious!!!
that was a great podcast enjoyed it guys nice one.
This was wonderful. Big thanks to everyone involved! :) And I think I'm going to check out Fiction Reform!
Did anybody notice that the last The Big Bang Theory episode makes a reference to Bakersfield and then giggled because of "the cultural aspect of it" mentioned on the last BBS Podcast?