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About DrCowbell

  • Birthday 10/20/1976

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  1. I have to say that when grunge was really big, I didn't get into Soundgarden all that much, maybe because their sound was too "heavy" for me. After the whole grunge thing died down, I found a few songs that I really liked and was really impressed when I read that at the time Matt Cameron liked to mess around with time signatures, making their songs sound pretty unconventional. If I knew someone with a Soundgarden CD where I lived I'd be happy to take a listen to the whole thing in its entirety.
  2. I was just thinking of this yesterday. A movie of The Clash would be good, but who would the actors be?
  3. I really really like Rusty Cage. That is an amazing song!
  4. And I have to say also whenever I hear Creed's My Sacrifice it reminds me of a friend I had in high school. We drifted apart through no one's fault but time and if I ever got a hold of his email addy or postal address I'd send the song to him. Check that one out too.
  5. Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice sounds an awful lot like Under Pressure by Queen!
  6. It's obvious. It's cheesy. How about "I'll Be There For You" by the Rembrandts and "That's What Friends Are For" by Elton John, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight and Stevie Wonder (I think that is all of them).
  7. Booooo! A band I can't stand. Hmmm...Starship. Styx. Definitely Styx. Journey's cheesy but I will sing them in karaoke. That's my true test of whether I like a band or not.
  8. Has anyone else seen this? Link What do you think? Looks cool anyways.
  9. Has anyoe mentioned Ned's Atomic Dustbin yet? I had a very soft spot for "Grey Cells Green." Also in that same vein, Jesus Jones "Right Here Right Now" Material Issue "Diane". There was Liz Phair with Supernova, Local H had a good song with "Copacetic (Bound for the Ground)" Harvey Danger had a good song called "Flagpole Sitta," Primus had "Jerry Was a Racecar Driver..." there are tons I am remembering but I wonder if I am hitting the mark for you or completely missing it!
  10. I remember back in high school or university I wouldn't shut up about Sebadoh and made (well, not made...highly encouraged) a friend to listen to them, and she got hooked. I thought that was cool.
  11. On my iPod, I have Ladybugs' Picnic. Until recently, it was one of my more popular songs.
  12. Someone on Popwatch (Entertainment Weekly's blog) suggested that Samuel Jackson take over the voice of Chef. What do you think? (Personally I bet they'll pull something where Chef gets abducted by aliens or Thetans or whatever...)
  13. That's nothing! I think I have you beat! One of my first ever career ehm, ambitions (??) was to be a Solid Gold Dancer. I thought they were really cool. Yeah, I was probably about 7. Heh.
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