I am ready to watch the shit out of this! SNOOCHIE BOOCHIES!!!
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The soundtrack pretty much kicked ass too
Are you a musician trying to get your get your stuff heard (3 chords and the truth!). Maybe you and the band that just wrote the next song Tom Petty will threaten to sue you for. Whatever your situation, we want to hear it.
The Duck Duck Gray Duck podcast is seeking new music to feature on upcoming podcasts. We won’t judge! Okay we will…severely. But if it’s good, you’ll get played.
Contact us here to let us know a bit about you and what song you’d like us to share. Instructions will follow.
If we don’t get good submissions, we may resort to playing music from these crappy bands.
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Having some fun clowning on Imagine Dragons.
Pretty sure they were in the parking lot of the Walker Art Center at the end of this video.
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ALF first aired on September 22, 1986 and ran until June 18, 1990. Buy it on DVD here.
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Legendary cartoonist Chuck Jones had these rules for every battle between Coyote-Road Runner battle.
Here is a list of reported earnings from the iconic Woodstock ’69 festival.
Attended by a massive crowd of 400,000, the event still stands out as one of the most prominent festivals in rock history.
Woodstock ’69 featured performances of such rock icons as Jimi Hendrix, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin, Johnny Winter, Ten Years After and many more.
The list below shows a set of figures that the artists have reportedly earned for performing at the event. The times were different and the festival did take place over 45 years ago, but these earnings still might strike you as somewhat minuscule. (via)
More Woodstock stuff
via KTAR News – To promote their new movie “Unfinished Business,” Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson took the opportunity to insert themselves into some stock photos.
Twentieth Century Fox paired up with iStock by Getty Images to create an entirely new set of awkward stock photos, Adweek reported.
The twelve stock photos are available for free download — for editorial use only – here.
Chelsea Lankes was born in Texas, but her sound is full-bodied Swedish synth-pop, by way of Los Angeles back alleys. On her new cover of Mötley Crüe’s “Too Young to Fall in Love,” the singer reinterprets the hair metal classic with electropop guitars, digitally altered background vocals, and a rebellious drumbeat.
What do you think? Buy the song here.