I think some would argue that Dave Matthews Band should be moved down two spots to Diseased Ridden Crack Whores, and I don't think they are Supermodel status. I think I'll keep them in the Friends of Friends for now. We'll see what others think. I can always move them around in the near future, or add a new category for them. I'm thinking of the Seinfeld episode with the girlfriend who is either very ugly or extremely attractive depending on the lighting.
Speaking of the lineup thread, I like the mention of Fleetwood Mac as a possibility, so I am adding them. I think Sasquatch would make some noise announcing them as a headliner, and I wouldn't mind seeing them at all. I can't imagine a large percent of us actually loathe this band? If they don't play Seattle/Spokane/Portland/Vancouver shows, I think Sasquatch will pull in a big crowd for them, like the Cure last year (even though that was a make up show).
It seems odd to me that people would get all bent about Dave Matthews (which for the reason stated, they already have their own three-day at the end of summer, won't happen) and think that Fleetwood Mac would be cool. Maybe back before they added the chicks, but they are just another pop band now. They could actually be a deal-breaker for me, at least for one night.
Saturday: Rage Against the Machine (they owe us, no NW shows since reunion) The Decemberists MGMT Hot Chip Pepper
Sunday: Wilco Weezer (let me keep dreaming, my buddy got my hopes up last year plus a new album?) The National Rilo Kiley The Shins Justice
Monday: Pearl Jam (Northwest flavor in full force) Tool (a dual headliner day perhaps? See Ben Harper/Flamming Lips and NIN/Bahaus 2006) Vampire Weekend Gogel Bordello The Fratellis Queens of the Stone Age
Rage would be outstanding, I have wanted to see those guys for so long it's getting weary.