Post by Friendly Destroyer on Jan 31, 2013 9:44:49 GMT -8
Totally off topic, but that's a pretty wild idea, dude. That would be a sweet idea for a festival to get a couple bands who appreciate one another's music, but differ significantly in their own styles, cover eachother's album. A total gimmick, but could be pretty cool.
Then at the end of their sets they come on stage together and each play their best crowd songs and then they jam out together on a Bruce Springsteen cover and then they invite me on stage to sing back up vocals and then they make me an honorary member in both bands and then they tell me we are best friends and then they fight over which band I'm best friends with more and then they peel off their flesh and tell me they are aliens in disguise and that I'm the only human they've revealed their true selves to because not only am I their new best friend but I am 'The Chosen One' and that I must accompany them back to their home planet which is under siege and can only be saved by me as their ancient prophets foretold long ago and then I say I will but ask if we can stop for breakfast first and then they do take me out for breakfast first and I DON'T EVEN NEED TO PAY FOR ANY OF IT(!) and then we go to their planet and I save them from the Evil Blarks and so I am made President Captain King of their world and I stay there for many years and bring peace and prosperity to all the lands and even make friends with the The Blarks who are now no longer Evil and then I start to get homesick and then I get sad.
I agree that their songs sound similar and get overplayed, but because I love that sound (banjos and mandolins and shit) I don't mind it. While a song is being overplayed I like it less, but once tht stops I go back to it. I'm even starting to like "I will wait" after months of despising it from hearing it every every time I got into my car.
I will be front row dancing my face off if they're at Sasq. Overplayed and similar sounding songs aside, I find them beautiful.
"I've been single for awhile and I have to say, it's going very well. Like... it's working out. I think I'm the one." Emily Heller.