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DAS

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  1. Never heard of her. I thought it was Courtney Cox.
  2. I've signed up for the pessimists club as well. Been hearing about new music at least once or twice a year for a long time. I believe he intends to create new music, I just wonder why a completed project has not been released. Still hoping but I won't be holding my breath.
  3. What is the criteria for selection in this awards show? Particularly classic album of the year? Did it see a big resurgence in sales or something?
  4. Nothing environmentalists do surprises me anymore. Nothing.
  5. Lie Witness News cracks me up.
  6. Mindi Abair. She is a Jazz musician who used to play sax as a touring member of Aerosmith. I've seen her in person and she is a great performer, hence being hired by Aerosmith. She posts all her albums on her youtube channel here. I recommend Wild Heart.
  7. A nightmare. The city was projecting a crowd of 200,000 people, over 800,000 showed up. Traffic was at a dead halt miles away from downtown KC. Cars were being abandoned on the interstates. The metro was so over-packed you couldn't get within a mile of the stage from the ocean of people. Commerce shut down, the city forgot to put out porta-potties, there were no trash cans so downtown got buried in garbage, there was no food or water available since all business were closed. I tried to meet some friends but there were so many people it was impossible to walk through town. The public transportation was so backed up that thousands walked hours away from town to call rides. They even blocked off parts of the city because it was too overpopulated. They were not prepared for anything of this magnitude. Check out some of these pictures. The second one in particular boggles my mind, though doesn't surprise me after being there. Bedsides the disaster the city made of the event it was fun to have a celebration here and see everyone so happy. It was definitely an experience, I just probably won't attend another victory rally downtown. But I'd say we gave all the players a reason to come back next year.
  8. Third from the left. Aren't I handsome?
  9. Whole town is shutting down tomorrow. Schools are closed, businesses are closing, there's peace on earth and goodwill towards fans. It's like Christmas came early.
  10. Game, set and match. Best team in the world officially in KC. Look for me on the news in the victory parade.
  11. Well, at least someone is rooting for the Royals besides me. I'm just hoping we put the series away tonight so I don't have to go to work on zero hours of sleep after game 6 (and possibly 7).
  12. That's a good question. Youtube has it such as in the post above. If you want a copy in your hand that might be different. Amazon maybe, I found it in a record store on the shelf, but that's a rare find. It has no official name, which doesn't make things easier, since no one knows where it came from. It's usually called a sound check or "The Lost Album." Definitely worth a listen when you get the chance though.
  13. I would go after some of the live tracks only available on bootlegs like Louie Louie, It'll Be Me and Train Kept A Rollin'. I might even just release the 1975 sound-check, rockabilly, lost album, whatever you want to call it, as an official release.
  14. Is that any goofier than Nirvana's actual lyrics?
  15. Food