September 18th, 2014
Dead Or Alive
Dale Crover
United Fruit


Dale Crover - Dead Or Alive

B-side from the United Fruit 7” (the A-side is on youtube). This is a cover of a Warren Zevon song.
Vinyl rip. I cleaned up the pops, crackle and noise in Izotope RX4 and it turned out really nice.

Reblogged from Melvinmania
September 18th, 2014
But every report about the matter I've read mentions the same quote and they don't actually seem to directly reference the foo fighters

Listen to the audio. It’s about 35 seconds in:

September 18th, 2014

Mudhoney play “Here Comes Sickness” at the Riot Room in Kansas City, Sept. 13, 2014.

September 18th, 2014
I still don't even understand what happened with jack white

Read here.

September 18th, 2014
[He gave me] one of the greatest compliments, or non-compliments, I’ve ever gotten in my life. I remember seeing this interview with Dave Brockie where they asked Brockie about [Gwar’s] Grammy nomination, and somehow, he made his way to me, and he said, ‘Dave Grohl? He’s actually had teeth removed so he could fit more Grammy dicks in his fucking mouth.’
Dave Grohl reminisces about late Gwar frontman Oderus Urungus (a.k.a. Dave Brockie) at Foo Fighters’ crowdfunded show in Richmond last night
September 18th, 2014

A Message From the Foo Fighters and Jack White’s Shared PR Agency

Dear dream-makers of the media….

Last night Jack White made a joke on stage!

There was a minor equipment mishap, specifically with his guitar, and in an effort to keep his audience engaged, he made a joke! It was meant to be funny and self deprecating: “hey sorry, you’re stuck with just me up here…” vs the Foo Fighters who have three guitar players on stage and regularly play stadium shows.

Jack has the upmost respect for the Foo Fighters and communicated with Grohl this morning. 

So if you’ll let us, we’ll all continue with our day and we assure you: All is well in the rock n roll world.

September 18th, 2014

Presumably a response to Jack White’s Foo Fighters dis. (“[The Foos have a] second guitar player playing the same parts I play so in case I make a mistake, he’s still playing it for you.”)

September 18th, 2014
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