I wouldn't say it is close to being on par with Ride the Lightning or Master of Puppets, but still has some great songs. The trio make for quite a three album run.
I don't know how they could even think of playing that 'success with honor' card after all that has happened there. They definitely are a strange breed. I know it is an overused term, but 'delusional' comes to mind.
They have only like 3 big ten titles since joining the league, so their fans are forced to imagine that the commissioner and the officials are conspiring to screw them over. Best thing to do is continually pound them into the ground.
That song is a gem.
Great band. Superunknown is definitely their most popular album, but I have always preferred Badmotorfinger. A heavier sound, and songs like 'Rusty Cage' and the one and only, 'Slaves & Bulldozers'.
Absolutely love Radiohead and this is their masterpiece. Songs like 'let down' and paranoid android' are unique and triumphs of creativity. Perhaps the thing I admire the most about OK Computer is the fact that it is an album, not just a collection of songs. There is something special about being able to listen to an album from start to finish, a piece that flows from song to song seamlessly, with a theme and purpose, and most importantly, no crappy songs.
I didn't get the impression that she intends to eventually betray Jon in any way. Sure, they weren't close growing up together, but it is still her half-brother (or so she believes). Littlefinger may have taught her to trust no one, but I don't see her playing the long game to obtain more power. Seems to me she just wants justice for the Stark name.
His rhetoric is the perfect way to start each day. He should be governor.
This is great. Really enjoyed listening to him on the radio.
What, you mean he doesn't have Michigan ranked number 3? What about the greatest coach in the game, Harbaugh? I hope I can secure tickets to The Game this year. As I watch Urban pummel them yet again, I bet I would even drink beer(s) in Ohio Stadium...
This is kind of funny to me, I turned 41 today as well. The only thing I coordinated today was my drinking schedule, which could be considered offensive.
Ralph was definitely the worst. Best moments are hard to pick, but I thought season 2 was the best, especially how it ended. An amazing show.
Pop was bad, but I liked Zooropa. Very atmospheric and unique.
Let them enjoy being crowned 'Linebacker U'. They have not many crowns to speak of: only three big ten titles since joining the league and hardly any national relevance during that span. Not exactly what they had in mind.
That's a shame. Really enjoyed his Saturday night broadcasts.
I'll be rooting for Dunn to start. He stuck with the program for five years and finally has a shot.
Finebaum kept a serious face but I'm sure he loved Zeke's answers since he has been ripping on Harbaugh all week.
Cube. People wake up in a complex of connected cubes with no memory of how they got there. As they move from one cube to another, some are rigged with deadly traps. They slowly figure out how the cubes work, which ones are deadly, and how they might escape.
Now there is a wicked song that isn't mentioned often. I think it is one of their best, sounds like the world crashing down in a wail of guitars.
Starbucks whole bean ground fresh at home. Made with purified water heated to 205 degrees and using the pour-over method. Always served black.
No. It wouldn't be built.
Jerry Cantrell is a bad assed musician. Underrated.
There is nothing as cool as a David Gilmour guitar solo. 'Comfortably Numb' live and 'Fat Old Sun' live never cease to amaze.
If you want a scenic trip that lasts a day, drive the road to Hana on Maui. Waterfalls, cliffs overlooking the ocean, etc.