However, seeing "Slippi" was the biggest highlight of Sasquatch to this day since Bjorrito.
All-time greatest Sasquatch moments in no particular order:
Animal Collective - 'Slippi' LCD Soundsystem - 'All My Friends', The National - 'Mr. November' (2008) Bon Iver - 'The Wolves (Act I & II)' Jane's Addiction - 'Jane Says' TV on the Radio - 'A Method' Ween - 'Gabrielle' Black Mountain - 'Wilderness Heart' Modest Mouse - 'Wild Packs of Family Dogs'
For me it goes (in a very particular order):
Bjork - 'Hyperballad -> Pluto' to end the set. Bjork - 'Oceania -> Declare Independence' as the encore. Animal Collective - 'Slippi' Deerhunter - 'Nothing Ever Happened -> Helicopter -> He Would Have Laughed' as the last half (hour) of their set. Battles - 'SZ2' Explosions in the Sky - 'Yasmin the Light' Explosions in the Sky - 'The Birth and Death of a Day' Explosions in the Sky - 'Greet Death' Built to Spill - 'Center of the Universe' Why? - 'A Sky for Shoeing Horses Under' Modest Mouse - 'Cowboy Dan' TV on the Radio - 'Young Liars' Ween - 'My Own Bare Hands'
Post by Blacksmile on Mar 23, 2012 15:53:27 GMT -8
Alice in Chains - Dirt Green River - Rehab Doll Green River - Dry As a Bone Screaming Trees - Ocean Of Confusion: Songs Of Screaming Trees 1990-1996 War Babies - War Babies Candlebox - Lucy Butthole Surfers - Electriclarryland Everclear - Sparkle And Fade Green Apple Quickstep - Reloaded Gruntruck - Push Meat Puppets - Too High To Die The Posies - Frosting On The Beater
I wouldn't be surprised if you are picturing me peeling a carrot with a staple gun.
Post by Horned Gramma on Mar 23, 2012 15:56:28 GMT -8
Drive-By Truckers - The Dirty South Air - La Voyage Dans la Lune Crash Test Dummies - A Worm's Life Animal Collective - Live @ Poochfuck David Lynch - Crazy Clown Time The Residents - Cube E: The History of American Music in 3 E-Z Pieces
That's cool. I don't have any particular problem with downloading bootlegs of live recordings. I only have a problem with the illegal downloading of material that is available commercially.
I figured as much. I am all about seeing every live show every time any band I like comes to town, and I buy everything they have for sale. If I don't own a band's records, it's usually their fault for not playing within 160 miles of my house, or not pressing vinyl; CD's are worthless to me, and I think paying for essentially temporary computer files is a joke. If it weren't for "illegal" downloading, I might not even be a Black Dice fan. That shit was hard to find before 'Load Blown'. I will also always offer my music for free to anyone who wants it, including you guys 8-), and if I ever say otherwise I give you personal permission to kick my ass Hank Hill style.