Morrissey. well… i think most people know who he is. he was in the smiths, ya know. and even reel big fish have covered his songs (here’s proof), so you know he must be at least as well known as ah-ha.
here’s a video. look how fucking ROCKABILLY these guys are. i usually HATE rockabilly guys, but i LOVE these babies. hey! nobody’s perfect.
Hee hee hee hee! If you don’t want to read it, it’s all about how irrelevant (and bad) ska band Less Than Jake are releasing an album that’s all about Gainesville, their hometown. Tee hee! The article is full of public officials expressing their glee and sharing their uninformed opinion that a “big spotlight” will be on Gainesville the next few weeks. LOLOLOL A big spotlight courtesy of Less Than Jake?! Guffaw!
Yes, Less Than Jake are from Gainesville and people around here act like they’re hot shit, for some reason. When they occasionally play in town, assholes are like, “Oh, I’m going to the Less Than Jake show!” Remember shitty rock group Sister Hazel? I do, unfortunately. Same deal. From Gainesville, people here still like them.
Also, that piece of shit Tom Petty is from here. Unfortunately, he is genuinely famous but he’s probably even worse than the aforementioned bands. The moral of the story is: there are shitty bands in Gainesville and they get signed.
i guess this is supposedly a sequel, but has nothing to do with the other one at all. except it has werewolves. this was enjoyable too. different than the prequel. this one was less about the dude becoming a werewolf, and more about action. but i didn’t get bored with it, like i do with most action movies, so i guess that’s good. the highlight of this movie is the killer 90’s soundtrack.
"Being Strangled" b/w "Us Mere Mortals" (02/08/11)
"Billy and the Black Spot Under an Ugly Moon" (01/11/11)
"Radio Prohibidas" b/w "Never Know" (01/11/11)
"Merry Christmas (Don't Forget To Write)" (12/25/10)
"I'll Take The Bullet For You" b/w "Zenith/Nadir" (12/14/10)
"Warholism (Is Polaroiding)" b/w "Among The Saints" (11/09/10)
"Frantic Prayer" b/w "Kicking The Tires" (10/12/10)
"Gravitational Collapse" b/w "Carcinogenic Kiss" (9/14/10)