Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by Bluesville, Mar 14, 2015.
The sweet ringing in my ears after getting carried away and playing Sick of it All too loud on edrums on the headphones
(that has never happened before and it's definitely not advisable for the ears)
Bitter bitter tears landing on my keyboard.
We looked etter there as the supposed unwashed metallers than our England fans looked at the World Cup, and I met some greasy MFers when I was here this year.
Ike lived really close to me until he died. It was hilarious because he had an s500 burgundy Mercedes with a custom license plate that was "iketrnr." He's probably more famous for beating Tina than anything else, so I found it odd that he'd want everyone seeing him driving, or seeing his car parked, to know exactly who he was. Obviously this was before the #me too movement.
Not you, "mine", just coincidence..
I'm not into that song but I like that guy's voice (homo). It is cool with that raspy quality.
I used to get free tickets at a venue in Norfolk and heard them a lot on my rock channel. I wasn't THAT into them but I've got really into acoustic stuff lately and it just came up on the same channel. He's got a better voice acoustically than he does when he's being a bit screamy shouty.
I'm fucked for the night now, I haven't listened to FNM in probably 2 years.
Acoustic is far better than anything else. Acoustic is just real music and that either makes or breaks someone. Many avoid it, but it is pure, so those who avoid it need to be questioned on talent.
The better band that night were Pop Evil who supported them but TDG were still good.
I have a new found love for the guy from TDG’s voice after hearing that now. After I’m done with everything Mike Patton’s done ever I’ll investigate further. England are out of the WOrld Cup now so I have a day free tomorrow. Lol.
Damn. I think I had this on cassette.
Why tf did I shelve FNM for so long? This is the absolute shit. Fuck. I so forgot. All I'm listening to this week. I LOVE this.
Oh, hi, my life.
i saw faith no more at a show in river theater up in guerneville, ca.. about 1989ish .. there was nomeansno, mr. bungle, operation ivy and bunch of other punks bands.. faith no more was the only band to use keyboards and lot of people booed as keyboards was considered pop not punk back then
anywho.. one of the most epic shows i saw.. none of the bands made it big yet at the time.. good shit