Type: Posts; User: Jesus
a good way to build anticipation for a new album, so finally some live versions of She's Got Issues, The End of the Line and No Brakes. And can't wait for some proshot versions of Pay the man, that's...
Ah yes it was the 1999 Q101 Jamboree in Chicago:
Yes it's sort of true (there was some topic about it on the old BBS). But I believe it was in 99.
It has pole dancers (who suck at blurring out their rates) and chimpanzees... can't go wrong!
Yeah he sound great! He did fuck up R.A.M.O.N.E.S though, that sounded quite akward ;). Must have been the pressure!
the full interview is very good though (below the article)
Who cares what business owners think about Obama, running a business doesn't make your opinion about what would we best for an economy anymore relevant than being a chemist does. Business owners just...
I think they have been doing that since 1994 on festivals and since 1999 on concerts. They did do an encore when I saw them on the Americana tour: pay the man, why don't you get a job, feelings.
you mean around 2:39? That's an echo effect on his vocals...
the show was played with borrowed equipment, so that might explain the "weird" setlist
Metropolis is now a crime scene. The Offspring have no access to the venue, which still contains last...
It has become an ignition show too
I'm really liking 99 revolutions. Straight forwards lyrics and the sound could be straight from 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours.
that's quite SicN Twisted
Youtube wouldn't exist without it... He did give credit though. ;-)
Very weird they claimed rights, better this compared to them asking to remove a vid.
Linking to Creed should be bannable offense at any time.
The more I listen to this album, the more terrible the single choices appear. Next time they should just throw darts at the titles to decide the first single. The album has so much potential.
Had to work the whole day yesterday (8 am till 9 pm :(), so a bit late with my quick reply. It was an amazing show (they actually got great reviews in the press too ). Nothing from something and...
Love this album! Really shows that they put a lot of effort into it.
btw Dexter's voice sounds really great on All I Have Left is You which is why it's probably a zillion times better than fix...
This song/video gets more reviews in the US compared to DGB vid while not even being released in the US. Maybe they should put the video as unavailable from a US ip adress to get even more reviews ;)
Also "what happened to you?", nice to see'm mixing it up!
Flatcat is the support act for Brussels
Nah it's the the band's (technically underachiever music) legal rep that has taken it down. That firm has done it in the past for a bunch of other LA bands which I follow such as Tool, System of a...
It's out of sync with me too