« Last post by AJ on December 07, 2013, 11:24:21 PM »
Elf for about the 100th time. I never get tired of it
What a shame...Add David Wojnarowicz to this list.
U2 uses Roy Lichtenstein art in PopMart = He dies soon after.
William Burroughs appears in the Last Night On Earth video = He dies soon after.
Allen Ginsburg recites Miami for the Year in Pop TV special = He dies soon after.
U2 does song for Mandela movie = He dies soon after.
Hate to say it, but I feared this would happen. :-(
And the Roy Orbison collaboration.
Pure Heroine- Lorde, what an amazing albumThe first half is excellent but the last half all sounds like the same song
Can't wait for the Blu-Ray! It's out Spring 2014.
I think it's noteworthy that Radioactive by Imagine Dragons somehow managed to slide into a nomination for best rock song at this year's Grammys.
When you compare it to the other songs/artists nominated, it sticks out like a sore, processed, auto-tuned thumb.
How does a song that is made up of auto-tuned vocals (which still somehow sound awful after auto-tuning), fake canned drum beats, synthesizer-driven dubstep instrumentation and barely a guitar to be heard (and one that is only playing arpeggios and no rock chords) come to be classified as rock for a nomination in the genre category?
I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
Currently I've been listening to Depeche Mode's Songs of Faith and Devotion