I ate at the Clock a few months back. While ordering, I made a comment how the pictures of the food in the menu looked like they were taken back in the 70s. Little did I know that the picutres would look better than the food when it arrived. That was the worst meal I've ever eaten.Makes ya yern for the Clock Restaurant
The Clock is creepy.
It's pretty bad. "Reveal" is my favorite of the terrible bunch. "Up" was plain awful.Almost? You are giving too much credit. Pure garbage IMHO.
This last CD featured a song where Michael Stipe uses proud as a noun. He claims he knows it doesn't make sense, but they left it alone. That's when you know bands have lost it, when they can change parts of speech.
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Small market fan... always hoping, but never expecting.
Does it matter? Do rock musicians really aspire to make the Rock and Roll Hall of Lame? I doubt it, other than a possible boast in record sales for having thier names in the news.
I was in the ORG once, best 6 months of my life.
I did like Gilda Radner's version of Patti on SNL.
and the fans
That made me laugh out loud. This may be true, but I always liked Night Ranger in a so bad it's good sort of way.when Sammy joined the band they became Night Ranger.
"Sentimental Street" has to be one of the worst song titles in history, though I like the song.
It's "When You Close Your Eyes" Part Deux.
I cannot hear Sister Christen without thinking of Alfred Molina air strumming along.
Kinda like Van Halen's Dancing The Night Away and one of the few good scenes in Mission To Mars.