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Apparently Jesse Lacey urged the audience to go see Explosions In The Sky instead of Brand New at a recent festival concert.  When no one left he called those in attendance “a bunch of fools.”  The next song he threw his guitar into the air, nearly hitting Brand New’s drummer before storming off stage.

Jesse Lacey is either insane or super hip… you decide.

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Say Anything Karaoke
Posted on 08/04/08 by Joe DeAndrea

At the Chicago stop of Warped Tour, Max Bemis of Say Anything was sick and unable to sing so instead of canceling, they had some of their friends help out on vocals. Set list was as follows:


Alive With the Glory Of Love (Justin from Motion City Soundtrack)
Every Man Has a Molly (Cory from Norma Jean)
The Futile (Matt from Relient K)
Woe (Keith from Every Time I Die)
Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too (Stephen from Anberlin, James from The Bled)
Belt (Fred from The Color Fred and everyone else that had come out during the set)
Videos: http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=454991

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Fargo Rock City: Part II – The Scene Kid Edition

Pokemon Cards: “I Choose You, Screamo Frontman”
By: Paul G. Atkinson IV

We all played Pokemon.  Well all my friends did.  I mean, it was fifth grade; Yo-Yos had just been banned from school – even during recess! – apparently someone had used one as a weapon, but anyway I digress, basically: we needed a new fad, and it became Pokemon.

Everyone I new became addicted, completely consumed by the Pokemon culture: not just by the cards, but by the television show, the videogames, and some even by the cheap t-shirts and Ash Ketchum imitation hats.

Eventually the fad died.

Breaking News: every fad dies.  I was luckily enough to cash out early, selling my holographic Charizard for $80 a few weeks before we all found another fire to throw our allowance money into.  It might have been WWF action figures.

High school came next and fads became more fashion based and I stopped paying attention to most anything but girls that were out of my league and blink-182 records.

There was not a chance in hell of me getting any girls, so I spent time getting more records, expanding from blink-182 to other pop punk bands: New Found Glory, Sum 41 ect… eventually horrible shit like Good Charlotte and Simple Plan popped up and I moved to the “emo” explosion.  I became completely consumed watching television shows on FUSE, buying literal tons of band merch, sporting the tightest jeans ect…

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Kill The Poor

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The Beatles used science to make their music listenable and mind expanding.  Did the Stones do that?

Detailed science here.

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