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(The Smoking Gun)   Iggy Pop may look like a wretched, aging Charles Addams character, but he still has one of the funniest concert riders in the business   (thesmokinggun.com) divider line 111
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2012-09-29 12:57:03 AM
Also, this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bansJgYiOXY
 
2012-09-29 02:45:00 AM

Allen. The end.: Also, this:


Well played.
 
2012-09-29 02:50:02 AM

badgerb: whidbey: Ron Howard or Clint Howard? Tossup?

Well if anyone knows ugly it is Iggy

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Clint isn't so much ugly as he is goofy looking.
 
2012-09-29 02:58:21 AM

Colour_out_of_Space: Um, yes it is?


imageshack.us
 
2012-09-29 03:02:51 AM

fusillade762: WhyteRaven74: I love for the drum kit "Please don't mention the "P" word"

I was surprised by all the equipment requirements. Amps, drums, guitars, cables, etc. Don't most bands tour with their own gear?


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It depends. A major chart act on a stadium/shed tour, yeah they bring a fleet of semi trucks full of everything you can think of. A club tour by a "back from the dead" act, or anyone on a short briefcase tour, it's pretty much guitars and drumsticks. Everything else is on the backline rider and is supplied at each venue by a local music store or backline rental outfit, coordinated by the promoter.

It isn't too difficult to cover the requirements of most acts - couple of Marshall stacks, couple of fender twins, an Ampeg SVT bass rig, and a couple of mid-grade drum kits will cover 90% of the club gigs. I used to know a few people who did that gig. They made pretty good money and were always booked solid.
 
2012-09-29 06:28:53 AM
Obligatory link Repo Man  

I love you folks
 
2012-09-29 08:56:27 AM

Mr_Fabulous: I saw the Stooges in 2007. It was a great, great show that I will remember till my dying day.

That is all.


this

/somewhere around 2007. not exactly sure. Memphis in May festival
 
2012-09-29 10:11:42 AM

soundguy: couple of Marshall stacks


And if your Chuck Berry, it's two Fender Dual Showman heads and cabinets. Not the rarest amp and cabinet around, but not exactly in Marshal territory either.
 
2012-09-29 02:51:56 PM

Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Another cool thing to come out of Detroit before it turned into a complete toilet


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/Obscure?
//I got sponsored a membership once, for referencing this movie. Hint hint!

Dead man. One of my favorite films.

Mine too. I discovered it on one of those rainy days when nothing else was on. Its kind of weird now to watch it and see Depp playing the straight ,man instead of the quirkey characters he makes his money with now.

Yeah, but there would have been an over abundance of quirk, had he played anything other than straight man. From Crispin Glover on the train, to iggy, Billy, and john Hurt...oh man, going to have to pop it in again."where's you get that clown suit? Cleveland? Get out"


I ended up watching it again after I responded to your comment. Nobody is too cool.
 
2012-09-29 04:55:23 PM

Onkel Buck: Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Another cool thing to come out of Detroit before it turned into a complete toilet


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/Obscure?
//I got sponsored a membership once, for referencing this movie. Hint hint!

Dead man. One of my favorite films.

Mine too. I discovered it on one of those rainy days when nothing else was on. Its kind of weird now to watch it and see Depp playing the straight ,man instead of the quirkey characters he makes his money with now.

Yeah, but there would have been an over abundance of quirk, had he played anything other than straight man. From Crispin Glover on the train, to iggy, Billy, and john Hurt...oh man, going to have to pop it in again."where's you get that clown suit? Cleveland? Get out"

I ended up watching it again after I responded to your comment. Nobody is too cool.


I love when he's trying on depps "white man" hat, and silently mouthing gibberish. All he wanted was some friggin tobacco.
 
2012-09-29 05:14:20 PM

Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Ooba Tooba: Onkel Buck: Another cool thing to come out of Detroit before it turned into a complete toilet


[i26.photobucket.com image 319x252]
/Obscure?
//I got sponsored a membership once, for referencing this movie. Hint hint!

Dead man. One of my favorite films.

Mine too. I discovered it on one of those rainy days when nothing else was on. Its kind of weird now to watch it and see Depp playing the straight ,man instead of the quirkey characters he makes his money with now.

Yeah, but there would have been an over abundance of quirk, had he played anything other than straight man. From Crispin Glover on the train, to iggy, Billy, and john Hurt...oh man, going to have to pop it in again."where's you get that clown suit? Cleveland? Get out"

I ended up watching it again after I responded to your comment. Nobody is too cool.

I love when he's trying on depps "white man" hat, and silently mouthing gibberish. All he wanted was some friggin tobacco.


Having quit smoking 4 years ago I could sympathize with his nic fit!
 
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