Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 8, 2013 22:32:21 GMT -5
I was just thinking that the combination of factors which include Explosions in the Sky/GY!BE as openers and Belew, one of the greatest prog guitarists alive, might indicate a change in tone from the last time we saw NIN come around. That may still be the case, but whoever he replaces Belew with just won't be -- can't be -- as good.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 6, 2013 19:43:01 GMT -5
Do you remember a couple of years ago, some dude with (I think) the username 'StayWet' or something? This is the only reason I fucking know anything about it, and I have a hunch that the 'friend' of the OP is the same asshole that was talking about it back then.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 6, 2013 18:44:23 GMT -5
Yeah, man. That drove me out of the gates faster than fucking Kings of Leon. I don't know and I do not care what else he might have brought to the stage that night -- being a condescending asshole is not where it's at.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 6, 2013 18:34:44 GMT -5
Future Bible Heroes - Memories of Love, Eternal Youth and Partygoing. (LP) Daphni - Jiaolong(LP) Ween - Shinola, Vol. 1 (LP) Primus - Sailing the Seas of Cheese (LP)
That Seas of Cheese is the newly re-mastered stereo mix. Pressed on 200g vinyl. 1000 unmarked, randomly inserted copies were pressed on cheese-yellow vinyl, and yeah we got one of those. I felt like Charlie Bucket opening that record sleeve and peeking inside for a little flash of gold. Not only that, but it is the best[/i] sounding LP that I have ever heard. Anyone who is unconvinced of the superior sound quality of vinyl needs to come to my house so I can show them what is up.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 6, 2013 18:30:35 GMT -5
I caught roughly sixty seconds of Marklemore's set, and all he was doing was standing there telling 20,000 kids on corn chips that they'll never be successful if they use corn chips. Marklemore can lick my butthole.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jun 6, 2013 16:35:32 GMT -5
For reference: Future Bible Heroes is the band that made me decide to start writing about music, Mice Parade has one of the Philistines on drums, Beachwood Sparks guided me through my first bad trip and Radar Brothers is what the Flaming Lips would sound like if Wayne didn't have his head so far up his ass that he could see his own teeth.