Recommended download: H2O – Guilty By Association
So it’s 4:30 am and I’m dead tired. But, the show must go on! Right? Right. No new music this week. No new DVDs, though I did rent Freddy vs. Jason. Good movie to rent, but I doubt I’ll be buying it. Rented Manhunt for Playstation 2. Same deal…good enough to rent, but not to buy. Games like this just have to purpose after beating it for the first time. Sorry, that’s all the witty introduction you get this week. Enjoy the rest of the article.
Something to look forward to next month. The Ataris are releasing a live album, titled Live At The Metro. It was recorded last October at Chicago’s Metro. The album will consist of 19 tracks. The first 12 tracks are all live tracks which were recorded at the show, and the remainder of the album will be acoustic tracks. Here’s a track list for the album…
Unopened Letter to the World
IOU One Galaxy
So Long, Astoria
Between You & Me
Your Boyfriend Sucks
All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know
The Saddest Song
The Boys of Summer
My Hotel Year
The Hero Dies in This One
Fast Times at Dropout High
A New England
(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding
San Dimas High School Football Rules
Chicago band, Numb, are in the studio recording their new EP Highschool Sweetheart. Currently, on the bands website, you can listen to clips of the five tracks that will be included on the EP. I recommend Elipses and Step.
Reality TV is really popular these days. It seems like there’s a new one popping up every week. Well, now there’s a new one. A British reality TV show, called I’m a Celebrity….Get Me Out of Here. The show will feature Sex Pistols frontman, Johnny Rotten. Apparently, the concept of the show is celebrities “roughing it” in the Australian Outback. Yay. I’m sure a lot of people will tune in. The guy won’t allow Rhino record company to include a copy of Nevermind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols in their compilation(No Thanks! The ’70s Punk Rebellion) but he’ll take part in a reality television series? What a fucking joke.
For those of you who are not yet aware, The Vandals were added to the 2004 Warped Tour lineup.
Absolute Punk.net have posted a statement released by Jason Gleason, frontman of Further Seems Forever. It appears that the band is calling it quits. You can read the letter here. Sucks, but life will go on. Unfortunately, this article won’t.
Thanks for reading. Until next time, I’m out.