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you know the situation’s bad when details like that get only a casual mention.
incoming reunion tour in 25 to life
first 25 seconds were good, then it became shit
when he’s right, he’s right
at least he’s not bitter about it
that would be Pino Palladino, Welsh veteran musician that’s worked with the likes of Paul Simon, The Who, Jeff Beck and Clapton.
I would assume Trent thinks his chops trump the need to be jumping around like an idiot
great track, terrible video
All of this would be a non-issue if people followed simple guidelines, like:
1) limit your flash photography, especially if you’re at a show that’s not in itself a full blast light show. if you can’t take photos without it, you’ll need to a) get a better camera or b) not fucking try.
2) photos and vines/short clips are okay; full length song recordings are not – nobody will ever give any salient number of shits about your horrid quality youtube videos with barely discernible sound.
3) if you plan on taking a significant number of photos/video, make sure you’re one of the first people in line to secure a spot in the very front by the stage, so you’re able to shoot from head height, as opposed to performing what can only be described as the douchenozzle maneuver – i.e., holding your camera/phone up in the air like the fucking olympic torch and then keeping it there, forcing everyone behind you to experience the show through your shitty little screen.
if you don’t care enough to show up at least a couple hours in advance, you forfeit the right to shoot any more than a handful of photos.
Unless the ban on phones/photos is advertised ahead of tickets being made available, they really have no legal right to ban them. it’s customary for pretty much any venue to allow camera phones and compact cameras (with non-interchangable lenses),
So they would really have to be totally up front with that from the minute tickets are up since it may very well impact whether or not people would want to pay full price tickets for what may for them be a more limiting experience than the norm.
I certainly would not give any number of shits about signs or the artists complaining if I paid full ticket price with no disclaimer given at that point.
Now I wanna hear that J Mascis story
Or you could pick up a copy of the normal version of the album for $10.
if you would pay that amount of money for one album and a lot of cardboard and plastic, it may be time to reevaluate your priorities in life.
you need to qualify that with ‘mainstream’ country. there’s no shortage of new alt. country out there that sounds as removed from the tradition as the beatles’ white album was from 60s pop groups.
the imperfection is yours.
naw. it’s very good, but still can’t touch the title track, which is still the high point of this album judging from what I’ve heard so far.
I’m in. All in.
Isn’t ‘Penguin Classics’ supposed to be reserved for, uh, classics?
kind of putting the cart before the horse there arentcha moz?
haven’t seen it but it sounds like the most awkward thing ever.
Lists are subjective
Calm your shit
the imperfection is yours
The dreaming should be higher, although not at number 1.
Both aerial and 50 words should be higher, they’re both massively underappreciated and some of the best work she’s done.
I love The Handsome Family!
that is all
Most of those are only approximate synonyms. It doesn’t mean you can take any random sentence and replace either of the words you list above with ‘ostensibly’ and not sound like a 12-year-old who just learned a new word.
pleased to make your acquaintance, mental image