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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:11 AM
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got my new Rolling Stone yesterday, and on the cover is a band i've never heard of.

"Panic at the Disco"

now bear in mind that i've been reading rolling stone since i was about 10 years old, and while a lot of their covers have people i don't care to listen to, at least i've HEARD of them.

i think i have seen the name "Panic at the Disco" before, but i thought maybe it was some sort of widespread panic/disco biscuits project.

am i that out of the loop? who the hell is Panic at the Disco? where the hell do they play this music? what kind of radio stations?

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:13 AM
Don't sweat it Lin. I wouldn't have heard of them had it not been for my 15 year old daughter.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:15 AM
LINNIE---me too---no clue where that magazine is trying to go but i still get it for many many years---when i saw this thread i thought your age led to a panic attack at some disco----are there still discos?

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:18 AM
they look like the Cure to me.

i totally CANNOT belive that Emo crap is coming back, it reminds me of the 80's, and not in a good way.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:19 AM
That band is part of some 80s revival/gay cabaret move in indie rock that, needless to say, sucks.

 

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I remember the first time I felt old and out of it...

I was 30 yrs old in 1993 and I was at a Nirvana show. I had been a bit of a punker in my day, so I was no stranger to stage diving, mosh pits, the whole nine. Anyway, I'm watching the band (who were awesome live I have to say), and someone taps me in the crowd and is like "Yo man can I get a lift?" As in, a boost up for a crowd surf. I was like, sure.

Now I'm trying to give the guy a boost without taking my eyes off the band. And I'm not the most muscle bound guy in the pit, so I usually put a lot into it. The would-be crowd surfer steps up into my locked hands for the jettison, I'd done it a hundred times and like I say I always put a lot into it ... Anyway I give the heave-ho, and feel this person firing out of my boost like a frickin' ROCKET...

As I turn to watch them sail away, I realize, it's like a 12-year-old boy with glasses, and I've launched the poor kid into orbit!!!

I turn to my right now for th first time to see his friends -- they're like 11 years old, and all standing looking like this:


I thought, man I gotta go back to the hippie music, LOL.

[Edited on 1/31/2007 by ThePeteMan]

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:32 AM
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That band is part of some 80s revival/gay cabaret move in indie rock that, needless to say, sucks.


i figured as much. i'm sure their label is somehow affliated with Rolling Stone somehow.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:47 AM
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As I turn to watch them sail away, I realize, it's like a 12-year-old boy with glasses, and I've launched the poor kid into orbit!!!
LMAO, Pete!!! Step away from the mosh pit!

 

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As I turn to watch them sail away, I realize, it's like a 12-year-old boy with glasses, and I've launched the poor kid into orbit!!!
LMAO, Pete!!! Step away from the mosh pit!


He musta weighed about 65 pounds soaking wet...

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 12:46 PM
Don't feel bad, Linnie. The same thing happened to me, only it was about 1979.

 

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I remember the first time I felt old and out of it...

I was 30 yrs old in 1993 and I was at a Nirvana show. I had been a bit of a punker in my day, so I was no stranger to stage diving, mosh pits, the whole nine. Anyway, I'm watching the band (who were awesome live I have to say), and someone taps me in the crowd and is like "Yo man can I get a lift?" As in, a boost up for a crowd surf. I was like, sure.

Now I'm trying to give the guy a boost without taking my eyes off the band. And I'm not the most muscle bound guy in the pit, so I usually put a lot into it. The would-be crowd surfer steps up into my locked hands for the jettison, I'd done it a hundred times and like I say I always put a lot into it ... Anyway I give the heave-ho, and feel this person firing out of my boost like a frickin' ROCKET...

As I turn to watch them sail away, I realize, it's like a 12-year-old boy with glasses, and I've launched the poor kid into orbit!!!

I turn to my right now for th first time to see his friends -- they're like 11 years old, and all standing looking like this:


I thought, man I gotta go back to the hippie music, LOL.

[Edited on 1/31/2007 by ThePeteMan]


That is the 2nd time in 2 days that I was glad I wasn't drinking something when I read one of your posts.Too funny.

 

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speaking of mosh pits......

i have always been used to them, i used to be a pretty big punk fan at one point, and i'll never forget getting into the pit when we used to call it Slam Dancing.

anywho, apparently my exhusband wasn't familiar with the concept and accidentally walks into the Pit at an OzFest. You know it is a bad pit when there is dust loming overtop of it (and it was on concrete! ). Anyway, some kid sees fresh meat walking through the pit and heads right over to my ex, who was 6ft 1 and about 275 pounds. The guy runs straight into him, and POW, the ex knocks the guy out - cold. I felt real bad, all the dudes friends where like "Man, that was harsh!".

like Kid Rock sings 'GET IN THE PIT AND TRY TO LOVE SOMEONE!'

 

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anywho, apparently my exhusband wasn't familiar with the concept and accidentally walks into the Pit at an OzFest.
ROTFLMAO on the visuals of this, Linnie! (as long as he was ok ... he was ok, right?)

 

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Let's just hope that this is not a sign that Rolling Stone is going back to covers which routinely feature the likes of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. It got to the point where I was genuinely embarassed at my age to have it show up in my mailbox every other week and at one point some years back I stopped subscribing, only to pick it up again when it improved.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 03:16 PM
you forgot some punctuation

it's Panic! at the Disco

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 03:19 PM
PETE!!! ROFLMFAO!!!

 

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Let's just hope that this is not a sign that Rolling Stone is going back to covers which routinely feature the likes of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. It got to the point where I was genuinely embarassed at my age to have it show up in my mailbox every other week and at one point some years back I stopped subscribing, only to pick it up again when it improved.
I quit subscribing to RS in the late 80's, when they were getting to political for my tastes, about the same time I quit watching MTV, because they were becoming more series oriented than music, not to mention the onslaught of rap and hip hop. I noticed RS and MTV paralelled each other a lot.

 

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speaking of mosh pits......

i have always been used to them, i used to be a pretty big punk fan at one point, and i'll never forget getting into the pit when we used to call it Slam Dancing.

anywho, apparently my exhusband wasn't familiar with the concept and accidentally walks into the Pit at an OzFest. You know it is a bad pit when there is dust loming overtop of it (and it was on concrete! ). Anyway, some kid sees fresh meat walking through the pit and heads right over to my ex, who was 6ft 1 and about 275 pounds. The guy runs straight into him, and POW, the ex knocks the guy out - cold. I felt real bad, all the dudes friends where like "Man, that was harsh!".

like Kid Rock sings 'GET IN THE PIT AND TRY TO LOVE SOMEONE!'




I'm totally glad that I wasn't drinking something when I read that one, Linnie, JEEZ that's funny!

 

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ROTFLMAO on the visuals of this, Linnie! (as long as he was ok ... he was ok, right?)


yeah the kid came too, eventually. He just chose to run into the wrong brick wall.

he had those implants under his skin that make you look like a lizard....you know, the balls or something? they are for use in the pit, but basically to hurt people, so it was almost like 'he had it coming'.

oh i have a few other crazy ex husband stories....like this one:

The ex and i are at some show at the Ecenter, i forget who it was but it brought a surly crowd. Some guy is yelling and screaming as he is about to get kicked out of the show, and eventually he gets away from security and is winds up walking in front of us. He staggers and bumps in the Ex X, and the X says, "hey man, you better watch it". the guy starts giving the X a hard time, the guy is plastered. Well, i start getting upset because the dude is saying all kinds of harsh stuff. Evenutally the dude calls me some name i forget but really pissed me off, so i grab the dudes drink right out of his hand, and throw it right in his face. Even my ex was like "Oh man, lin that was HARSH!" The guy totally had it coming. But you could tell he was sorta amazed, after all, i literally took the drink out of HIS hand, and then trew it right in his face.

The dude got bounced, and it turned out that friends of ours saw the whole thing and wouldnt shut up about it for weeks.

oh god i could go on about that kind of stuff at shows for sure........

i am pretty sure my story of the Ozfest '01 is up here somewhere, but it is a classic, though i'm afraid some girl needed some major dental work when it was over

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 03:44 PM
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you forgot some punctuation

it's Panic! at the Disco



oooooooooo! THAT Panic! at the Disco! ooooooooh! now i know who they are Vinny! thanks!




































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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 04:10 PM
You both gave me a laugh.

One of the first mosh Pits I ever saw was at a Motorhead show. Not a big fan but my friend is and he dragged me along. Well Lemmy is screamin' We are the road crew and the band is cranking at incredible volume. Couldn't even hear myself thinking. Everybody bouncing off everybody. Very rowdy. My friend is trying to assure me that it is not a riot breaking out. He says bounce back and keep your eyes open.

I tap him on the shoulder and say "What"

He yells back "Go with the flow and keep your eyes open"

I yell back "What?"

He turns to me and as he does some guy stage dives and my buddy catches a Doc Martin in the face. He gets flattened by this stage diving train. I pick him up. Amazed that he has the imprint of the sole of the boot on his face. As he comes to his senses, I said "Frank, you really have to keep your eyes open".

Another show was Wasp. Found myself up front with a buddy. We had been drinking for many hours. The pit is getting rowdier and rowdier. John looks at me and says "I'm outta here-too rowdy". usually I would agree and have moved to the back where other friends were. Not on this night. I ask him what the trouble with some bumping is. He says "That guy keeps hammering into me". So I say "Just hammer him back". Then I said "Never mind I will". At the time it seemed normal. Looking back I guess I took about a 10-15 yard run at the guy and ran him over. Would have made the sports highlight reels for years if it was a sport. Straight out of the cartoons. He goes flying. Body lifeless and takes down a bunch of other people. Blackie Lawless is just staring wide eyed from the stage. Motions for the crew to keep their eyes on me. The rest of the night the pit revolved around the two of us. No one touched us. Guess i seemed a little crazy. I was only having fun. What can I say? My drinking days.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 04:12 PM
CM, that is some funny stuff!


LMAO!!

"Blackie Lawless is just staring wide eyed from the stage. Motions for the crew to keep their eyes on me. "

hell Blackie is like 6ft 10 or something.......had he jumped in that pit it would have been pandimonium!

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 04:12 PM
Panic! at the Wasp Show

 

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CM, that is some funny stuff!


LMAO!!

"Blackie Lawless is just staring wide eyed from the stage. Motions for the crew to keep their eyes on me. "

hell Blackie is like 6ft 10 or something.......had he jumped in that pit it would have been pandimonium!


Didn't want to make it too long. Blackie was fearing me from the opening tune. Usually I am very reserved but on that night I was rowdy! I think I was screaming as loud as he was and I had no PA system backing me up. The funniest part is that the guy with me named John. Well let's say Genesis is as heavy as his musical tastes go.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 04:30 PM
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The funniest part is that the guy with me named John. Well let's say Genesis is as heavy as his musical tastes go.
ROTFLMAO This entire thread is cracking me up! So, CM, what you're saying is that Genesis doesn't usually have mosh pits at their concerts??? (LOL sususudio...) Too bad there's not a funniest thread award - between CM and Linnie and Pete, believe we might have a winner here!

[Edited on 1/31/2007 by lolasdeb]

 

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