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    Damn you Don Draper pasties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    RIP Davy Jones

    The Monkees always were kinda lame but still, RIP.
    Anyone who has movie/video footage in common with NIN, shares a first and last name with David Bowie, and got covered by The Sex Pistols is cool enough for me.

    In fact, I loved the re-runs of his TV so much as a kid that my mom took me to see The Monkees reunion at Six Flags when I was in the 4th grade, my first concert ever!

    Obviously a looooooongtime habit of mine this guy officially kicked off. Bummer, I was still hoping to bootleg him with The Monkees someday and pay tribute again.

    :-\

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    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEW!!! The feet... oh god... And the manic twinkle of crazy in her eyes.

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    Yup, SHOCK OF THE CENTURY, people DO occasionally get old sometimes.

    Sure beats the alternative!

    Just close your eyes, think about the L.A. Story days, and work through it, man...


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    Larry David: life imitates art.

    That really does look like something straight out of a Curb episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss k bee View Post
    And how is THIS one related to him?

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...days-live.html

    Just months ago he said he felt he was winning the battle

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss k bee View Post
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...days-live.html

    Just months ago he said he felt he was winning the battle
    That will totally suck. I love the Bee Gees! I don't care what anyone says. They were a great group. It's not just the disco stuff that was great. The songs they did in the 60s and early 70s are true standards of pop. If he's going to go, at least there's Maurice and Andy. Soon, Barry will get a chance to join them for the ultimate Bee Gees reunion in the sky.

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    aw man that's a bummer :-(


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    Dammit, he's the one guy in the Band that I love. Much more than the so overrated Robbie Robertson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    Oh man, that's shitty. One of the best bands to come out of the 60's!

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    wow holy shit. . I will never forget his candid camera shows with Ed McMahon in the 80's.

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    I almost entirely remembered him from Bandstand, since I watched it EVERY Saturday for my entire life until it went off the air.

    But when I watched a tribute, tonight, I'd completely forgotten about the "$10,000 Pyramid" show. Back then, ten grand was evidently a lot of money.

    Anyway, my entire childhood died with Dick Clark.

    He was innovative and a LOT of musical artists owe their respective careers to him. Godspeed, Mr. Clark. I'll miss you forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    I will play a few Band albums including The Basement Tapes in his honor. He was definitely one of the best drummers ever.

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    Damn... I'm going to watch The Last Waltz tonight. The Band was such a musical force, and The Last Waltz shows just how much influence they had. That clip of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down I posted above is so fucking powerful! The show apparently went on for hours, not all of it was recorded, because the crowd WOULDN'T LET THEM LEAVE! So they stayed, and they played, and if I had a time machine and could go to one show I'd say "fuck Woodstock, go to hell Beatles on a roof, suck a dick Nirvana unplugged, I'm seein' The BAND!".

    Oh, and in unrelated celebrity news, Mel Gibson is still a crazy person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theruiner View Post
    I was blasting Nights On Broadway, Love You Inside And Out and other classics by them all night, so this is great news!

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    Ends up that Ronnie Montrose commited suicide. :-(

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1416536.html

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    *thread crossover*

    RIP Adam Yauch.

    I thought he had beat cancer and was in remission but I guess not. Damn.

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    Holy shit that sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orestes View Post
    *thread crossover*

    RIP Adam Yauch.

    I thought he had beat cancer and was in remission but I guess not. Damn.
    Tragic, fucking cancer. Guy was a true talent.

    The only up side is that celebrities die in threes, we're down one Levon and one Yauch, so here's hoping Chad Kroeger is next.

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    And Ted Nugent walks the earth, feeling well today.

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    Very sad RIP

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    and another piece of my childhood passes away:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/09/bo...ies-at-83.html

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