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Don't understand this phenomenon. Portland bands are dime-a-dozen and provide a diminishing hook for national & international press as "Portlandia" becomes overexposed. If a band truly good, stay where you are and crank it out---in the internet age you'll be found---and a kick-ass band from KC seems a little more interesting, especially abroad, than just another ring-grabber set moving to the hot city to make a name. Especially since KC seems more and more bandied about as an "up and coming" art city.
Too bad ol' Bob couldn't have tempered some of his "rage" in his often chuckle-inducing autobiography and been a little more generous concerning the contributions of Grant and Greg in Husker Du. Sure, Greg may have been a non-entity, but Grant? Dude had as many good songs and contributed as much to that band as Mould. Not to mention his dismissive treatment of the guys in Sugar. Dude's purely solo shit just that. But hey Bob, yr the man! The world needs some more of yr tepid dance music!
Brilliant article, he seems like a great person which is fitting for an amazing band!
Saw the show at the Aladdin, couldn't believe how good he was at his age! Even liked the new stuff, certainly something I would never say about Aerosmith!
If you're so bent out of shape about spending $40 for an evening's entertainment, I'd say you've got a little greed going on as well.
Closing comments on this one now, because WE ALL GET IT.
You're right No Shit Nathan. I DON'T know jack shit about NOTHING. I DO however, know alot about alot. Obviously, that's alot more than YOU know.
And you're pretty much feeding right into my point - they're a HC band! How much shit do they need when touring?! I've seen bands from over-seas that have had alot of stage gear, equipment, seasoned tour crews, props, etc. and their shows didn't cost $40!
Bottom line is, The Refused are FUCKING GREEDY!
That's NOT the case for ALL bands. Some bands just show up with a guitar(s) and drum sticks. Others have a PA and techs etc.
YOU obviously don't know jack shit about nothing.
If THAT were the case, then EVERY band who tours here from abroad would be doing $40+ shows. I just saw a band at Plan B called The Spiritual Bat. They're from Italy. That show was $6.
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Saw Art at the Hardrock in Denver last spring. He may not have always been a man of principals but he is now! Threw a dick off the stage for worshiping Sheen's "winning" philosophy... was great!
After the show Art stayed around to talk and take pictures with everyone!! Like him or not his music will live forever and it ignited across this country like very few bands have!
^Sweden is a lot farther away than so cal. Then there is equipment that needs to find its way here. That shit adds up quick.
I'd still not go....
Get a grip, Tilner - noone here has said that Musicians should not be paid for their hard work or that anyone should work for free and you damn well know it. However, fleecing fans for maximum profit and milking a [supposed] legacy - especially when you supposedly left the music industry over how "greedy" it had gotten - is very un-becoming of any artist.
Up-coming shows from Fishbone, Anthrax, and D.R.I. are all way cheaper and all these bands are many times greater than the Refused! So yeah, fuck these greedy Sweds if they think they're worth more than an Anthrax/Testament bill! And fuck all the designer "punks" who'd actually pay $40 to see 'em!
Quit being such babies. Go or don't go. The idea that musicians and bands should not be paid for years and years of hard work is ridiculous. Selling out is having to work at a Starbucks for the rest of your life simply because you don't want to lose your 'street cred.' Other countries support their artists financially, but here we believe artists and musicians have an obligation to entertain us for free. America has made us cultural slaves. No one here is laughing on the way to the bank, because we ain't got shit in it.
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