5/10/11- Bruno Mars
9/22/12- Music Midtown 2012
5/10/13- Billy Corgan & Friends/POLICA
5/18/13- Party in the Park 2013
8/15/13- The Killers
9/20-21/13- Music Midtown 2013
3/3/14- The Fratellis
5/9-11/14- Shaky Knees 2014
6/13/14- Damon Albarn
9/17- Lily Allen
9/19-9/20- Music Midtown 2014
10/7- Paolo Nutini
Post by puppiefarts on Aug 26, 2014 23:40:01 GMT -5
Thanks guise! (: Wellll we never actually "officially" dated since I've had this trip planned for a while. But summer lovin' happened so fast/had us a blast. We will definitely stay in touch and friends with strong feels/total acceptance of the future changing but meeting up at Roo where ever we are at that point. This dude's worth it.
Damn, that's a tough one... I'd go Napoleon, just because I imagine it's aged better, somewhat.
I was talking about them both the other day and realized it's been far too long since watching either. I'm leaning toward Napoleon as well, but damn if the scene at the rodeo in Borat isn't the greatest thing ever.
"We support your war of terror! May USA kill every single terrorist! May your George Bush drink the blood of every single man, women, and child of Iraq! May you destroy their country so that for next thousand years not even a single lizard will survive in their desert!"
This might be my favorite year in music ever. Rock is back in a huge way and I'm loving it.
Lock this in as my vote.
Ty Segall - Manipulator
Love the new Spoon, but I can't help but compare it to their previous albums and it just doesn't stand up to those. It came down between this and FKA Twigs (honorable mention to The Bug), and in the end I don't think FKA Twigs will be on my radar for long. I remember absolutely LOVING House of Balloons when it first came out, and now I can't even name another Weeknd album; I think FKA Twigs will be the same, amazing at first but I'll slowly forget about it. This Ty Segall is definitely gonna be on my list for a while though.