Back in the day, I used to buy anything Damaged Goods Records put out. Pete Molinari was easily my favorite discovery.
But no one is going to take old Kanye from me, even Kanye.
According to this rule, a band if great if their live recordings of their songs are 1) different from the studio recording. 2) As good, if not better, than the studio recording.
It’s sturdy, old fashioned, and actually puts lashes in the mounts instead of leaving them empty as some sort of dumb functionless trademark.
I was in Scotland a few years ago and it sort of ruined Laproaig for me. Not in a “Jesus, this tastes like bile and motor oil that’s been set on fire” was, but in a cost way. When you can get a glass of some weird vintage bought at auction for £10 and a reserve bottle that would cost over a $100 for £30, it’s really…
What it says on the tin. I was in Houston a while back and meant to post these.
That’s a damn good song, and I hope the pretty Beatle is proud of it.
I offer this as a guide.
That’s my Nissan Pao song. Take it in.
The year is very important. It won’t dictate the year of the song, but still it’s important.
There’s talk of a 2019 30th anniversary reunion. You all could definitely find me there.
Even though no XJS is worth five-figures, let alone six, that’s got to be a steal.
A grades for everyone, you probably screwed yourself over already anyway.
Here’s how my day has gone: woke up at 2:30 AM, get to the airport at 3:30.