saw mötley crüe last night

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by eddiewagner, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. Ivan

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    I actually just started reading the book Dirt.
    Very enjoyable and love the fact that they have no problems presenting themselves as truly horrible people with no redeeming features!
     
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    I've always dug Mick. Back when everybody was trying to sound like EVH, Lynch, or Vai, Mick was doing his own thing. I think he's a very underrated rhythm player, and also good at overlaying multiple layers of guitar tracks with the sound effects, etc.
     
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    Over a weekend roadtrip, my 12 year old decided to play nothing but the crue on his ipod running thru the car stereo. Damn, i did something right with that kid!
     
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    the crüe-guys must do something right. they have an audience from 6 to 60 year old folks and lots of girls in that crowd.....
     
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    Why don't I have umlauts on my keyboard??
     
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    I also dig Mick's playing, and I would love to have one of those Kramer hot-rod Tele's like he played. The man obviously has style!
     
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    There seems to be this thing going around with folks saying they saw a band that was not really their cup of tea but they found themselves enjoying anyway.

    Nostalgia - could be? Maybe simply closet fans coming out. Possible

    Back in the 1960s, I would not be caught dead going to a Monkees show. Yet I really did like some of their songs - "Last Train to Clarksville," "Stepping Stone," "Mary Mary" and so on. Just would not admit it even after Butterfield (who was decidedly cool) recorded "Mary Mary."
    Then in the 1980s I went to see a "reunion" show at a state fair. Had myself a blast.

    Given a choice between the Crue and the Monkees, however, I am going to see the Prefab Four.
     
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