Yes, Boomerang in a Superior Foes show would be the best!
I buy every sealed, card-carrying copy of Mr. T and the T-Force #1 that I find for a buck or less. I have...several.
Why would you make that assumption? I think Scissorhands is cute, but that’s about it. In my estimation Burton has one masterpiece, and that’s Ed Wood. Beyond that, he has some solidly great movies (Beetlejuice is the first to come to mind), but hasn’t made a good one since Big Fish. Regardless, Batman Returns is my…
100% agreed. I was in love with Batman 1989 when I was a kid, but as an adult, it hasn’t aged well at all. It’s stiff, strangely airless and dull, and to me, the Prince songs are uniformly terrible and ill fit for the film.
Well, again, not really a Beatles fan, but oddly enough, I’m a big defender of Ringo. He played with taste and delivered exactly what was needed.
Brian’s playing (and his arrangements played by Carole Kaye) was so out there at that time, it’s really tremendous. Some of that stuff where it’s played with a pick, way up the neck, all verbed out, it doesn’t even sound like bass, it’s really terrifically inventive. Go figure.
Everybody has their thing, and I respect that. I don’t know what a Deerhoof is. Get off my lawn!
I don’t deny it. I had broccoli for lunch.
Kids, tell your aunt to put that microphone down, it’s expensive.
Ok then, I take it back. Sit and spin, Mitch!
After a lifetime of loving Chris Elliott’s singularly odd comedy style, it’s disarmingly odd to see him acting like a normal husband and dad. I was caught off guard by how normal this is.
Ha, yes, I should clarify, not a fan of his playing with Hendrix, which honestly is about all I know. But to be certain, he may be a lovely, lovely guy. Nothing personal, Mitch!
Absolutely, tone is subjective, and clearly Paul got the job done as far as a lot of folks are concerned. Just not my thing. Poot poot poot.
I appreciate jazz drumming as its own thing, but with rock, I’d take Phil Rudd over all of the jazz drummers in the world. For instance, I can’t stand Mitch Mitchell. Ugh.
I’m not a Beatles fan. I am a bass player. Even as a non-fan, I give Paul a lot of credit for pioneering bass as a counter-melody instrument in pop/rock music. I think he did some very solid playing too, and is probably underappreciated for his bass skills in relation to the praise that he gets for songwriting, etc.
Was 99% sure that was Richard Karn until I read the headline.
I would also pay to see this!
Hmm. I like Last Splash just fine, but “Pod” is a classic. I’d pay money to see Kim play with Britt Walford.
Although there are plenty of valid reasons to hate these guys, is it ok to mostly hate them because of their dumb faces?