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Yeah I’m not reading any of this but I’ll say I recently spoke with a guy in the music industry who is a member of several bands. He enlightened me to the reality of trying to make a living as a musician. Most of their money comes from licensing, i.e. selling your songs to companies for commercials, etc. I had to let go of my high school notions about what bands should and shouldn’t do.
If you want to hold onto the 90′s dream of not “selling out” then be prepared to live a simpler life, be sustained by your love of music and don’t complain about it. I guess it all comes down to what you’re willing to give up.
Yeah, stringing your sentences together with the f-bomb and then acting like a toddler when something goes wrong is the perfect way to earn respect.
At least he didn’t pitch a fit like Billie Joe Armstrong.
There is no Dana, only Lazuli…
That’s a good team.
Team Haven’t Watched the Video and Never Will
Electric Feel > Time to Pretend
Missing is the best one when Maya Rudolph was on recently:
“Oh Questlove… you temptress.”
Best comment ever anywhere
Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that the Coldplay cover could work. But it does. It just does.
I have fond memories listening to this album constantly (on cassette tape) with my big brother, riding around in a little VW Fox and feeling on top of the world. It still makes me feel that way when I listen to it.
The fact that this album is 20 years old does not make me feel old. It makes me feel awesome.
it looks like it sounds like it feels
Don’t feel bad. They are skipping my neck of the woods this time too. :(
love these guys! wish I could see them live again.
Wow, this is incredibly bad but exactly what I expected.
Don’t hate because the man can get paid to do something he loves.
I just want to hear the damn song and I can’t find it in any of those links
More like “I Wanna Be Free”
“A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You”
“Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow”
Classic Davy there.
I used to love coming home after school and watching The Monkees show on Nickelodeon.
love his style
I have more respect for artists that create a song for a product rather than just whoring out one of their songs for an easy buck.
I’m not sure who you’re referring to because Jucifer was formed in the 90′s.
How could anyone not like Jimmy?