Comments from bladejb343

I'm not sure how true it is, but it's my understanding that he blew his voice out.
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August 1, 2011 on “Don’t Stop Believin'” Turns 30
Oh, come on. Noah Lennox. Obviously.
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June 24, 2011 on Casting Couch: Brian Wilson 2011 Edition
I LOLed at "accidentally inventing Coldplay." It's an obvious (and old, very old) joke, but after listening to The Bends for the first time in months? So true. High and Dry and Fake Plastic Trees invented Coldplay. Exit Music invented Muse. Radiohead has subtlely aped their own influences (and Thom won't deny it) but the aforementioned instances are just hilariously accurate.
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March 24, 2011 on A Recipe For Radiohead
Paul Cary - Ghost Of A Man.
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January 15, 2011 on The 20 Most Overlooked LPs Of 2010
That wasn't a Bono impersonation, but I liked the song. Up there with or better than a good deal of U2's recent material. (2000-) The singer's voice is good, but I'd say Bono is in a different league. Bono, at the peak of his abilities and before he started smoking, had probably the best pure singing voice in pop music. He's not one of the Three Tenors, but in the 1980s and early 90s he was the best the rock community had to offer.
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September 11, 2010 on Hear U2’s Spider-Man Song “Boy Falls From The Sky”