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Author Topic: Fictional greatest moments in live music history  (Read 38707 times)

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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #50 on: 28 Oct 2008, 06:04 »

I did click the link, but I couldn't be bothered watching the whole thing, let alone the original. Internet ennui.
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #51 on: 28 Oct 2008, 07:10 »

The change in key width isn't enough to make an appreciable difference, I think. 

(Did you click the link?  It's actually a rip-off of this; but I think it's better done.)

I just like how the original one has a lady talking about a man turning her into a brilliant penis in the first 12 seconds.

But the actual sketches are pretty funny, too.
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #52 on: 28 Oct 2008, 09:31 »

Bartok couldn't hold his own weight in a fight.

But he'd only need to stare at his opponent for them to back down.

Jonathan Papelbon?
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #53 on: 03 Nov 2008, 15:05 »

Johnny Cash collaborates on an album with Calexico, includes a cover of "The Hungry Wolf" by X.

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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #54 on: 03 Nov 2008, 15:38 »

Zombie Johnny Cash would be one badassmotherfucker.
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #55 on: 03 Nov 2008, 17:17 »

I'm pretty sure Johnny Cash wasn't that much of a badass in the conventional sense of the world. I'm pretty sure he did some drugs for a while, cultivated a rebel persona which kind of caught on like crazy, but was mainly a committed Christian with a strong social conscience who spent several decades in a strong marriage to a woman he adored.

Just sayin'.
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #56 on: 03 Nov 2008, 18:02 »

What about that crazy shit he did in Reno?
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Re: Fictional greatest moments in live music history
« Reply #57 on: 04 Nov 2008, 00:18 »

LOL.

But yeah... Johnny Cash + Calexico would be AMAZING

actually Johnny Cash + a lot of bands would be way cool
Wilco, Okkervil River, The White Stripes, and Rilo Kiley come to mind

I also want to say Iron and Wine.
and... Battles?
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