Originally Posted by barrelntrigger people mosh at Reel Big Fish shows???
Back in the days, we went to see Thrice. They opened up for Dashboard Confessional. We reluctantly stayed and witnessed some bros talking shit to the lead singer by calling him "pussy", "Faggot", and blah blah. The lead singer stopped the show and invited those bros on stage to talk shit into the mic. The bros didn't. So the singer goes, "Well, this pussy is going to play some music." Fucking awesome! Respect!
yeah people mosh pretty hard actually a couple kids got concussions and one dude broke something, I don't really subscribe to the "no moshing at ska shows" rule. Even though the bands themselves try to enforce it, like at a phenomenauts show I was at, they stopped playing until people stopped moshing.
the maxis had a guy yelling faggot at them, so the lead singer called the kid a homophobic little shit and procceed to grope his other male band members, it was pretty funny.
Originally Posted by ATLnoob
Did once. I grew up during the whole Dogtown & Z-Boys / Lords Of Dogtown 70's era of skating...
that is so sick, my goal in life used to be a skateboard artist for nhs distrobution (indy, santa cruz, ect) and follow in the footsteps of jim phillips their long term artist who was the first to put graphics on skateboards.
Originally Posted by mexicutioner
cos & HA: this is a serious question for the two of you: how many tribe called quest, run dmc, biggie or tupac songs can you name off the top of your head?
I guess I was listening to some terrible stuff like Reel Big Fish when I was 15. That hook is fucking terrible and his flow is worse than Mac Miller's. Just give me Earl Sweatshirt's next album and I'll be content. I know those OFWGKTA dudes thrift.
I know all the lyrics to every song on low end theory by a tribe called quest, but I also bump earl sweatshirt and tyler. I don't see why there needs to be such a division among music lovers, who cares if shit is old or if shit is new. There doesn't need to be a competition between different generations, progression is a process. Some new thing starts, and people imitate it, in the case of hip hop, one drum line was the basis for a huge amount of hip hop http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SaFTm2bcac . Now the large "young progressive crew" thing is big, with odd future coming on the scene a slew of similar groups have popped up like the pro era crew. shit is an evolution don't get to caught up in the times.
tryna keep this thrift related so I thought I would brag about the supreme hat I thrifted, it brought a pretty penny on the bay XD anyone else ever thrift supreme?
Edited by IRKSM - 8/31/12 at 5:31pm