WOW, I LOVE this guy - as to the comment by Lydia that he needs to shut up, ditto to 1) CSN; 2) Barbara Streisand; 3) Bruce Springsteen - they all lost alot of us a LONG time ago - but it's typical for libtards to say it's "OK" for their idols to do it - just not a gun-loving, conservative like Ted.
Chuckles on the other hand doesn't even have the chuckles to post his real name. Chicken.
"...a man raised by communists, educated by socialists, preached to and married by a venomous America hater, and aligned with Mao Tse Tung fans couldn't possibly believe in the real American Dream. I mean, c'mon, the guy quotes Mao, the founder of communism..."
Mao invented Communism? WTF? Hey, Nuge, not only are you a fascist, headbanging a-hole...you're a stupid one on top of it. For starters, if you wanna be such a rabid (pun intended) anti-Communist, try shutting the f'k up, picking up a book, and educating yourself about the history of Communism.
You must have gotten some pretty low Marx in that Jesuit school where they kicked your sorry ass.
Chuckles the Clown
Ted needs to go back to letting his guitar speak for him....shut and play. You are loosing the respect and fanaticism of millions.....
Well it was our first one and with the quality of inductees I think Cle still did a pretty good job...If we get another one we....
Better blow it up...This one didn't blow up...
"There seems to be this Cleveland attitude that's a strange mix of depression and hopefulness. Low self-esteem but extreme pride," says Mark Edwards of the '80s-'90s band My Dad Is Dead. "It's a unique, downtrodden spirit that still retains an optimism that next year is going to be better."
Go ask Ian Hunter....
You nailed it.
"Good thing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's induction ceremony rolls into town only once every three years — we're not sure if we could keep up with everything going on if we had to do this every 12 months"
Sad......just sad.............that's all
Re: Bette Midler - Still no sense of humor, Cleveland!
Just a few words concerning overlooked future inductees. Possible the most influential hard rock, pre-metal and pre-punk band with attitude was the highly influential MC5. The list of past inductees and future inductees influenced by this band is long in length. Slash is just one of many. To take on the establishment and also produce great music is a trait many bands couldn't or wouldn't do. Many of us remember the day when rock was actually anti-establishment. Those days are sorely missed. Here's hoping that some day the establishment(rock hall) will actually honor a group that took on the challenge and paid for it. Long live the "five".
I hope nobody from outside of Cleveland reads this "Wikipedia" style synopsis while they are in town. I also hope Scene editors do not allow Michael Galluci to write about anything other than a high school band prom review in the future. These are Rock Hall of Fame inductees. What a lame synopsis. Especially the Chili Peppers. It was almost like Michael Galluci was making fun of them. The musicianship and influence of guitarist Hillel was not mentioned. Instead it was mentioned that Hellel died before RHCP made money. Also, the cliche comments about socks on their dicks and Anthony drug use. These guys hashed out some serious funk-rock since they began. RHCP Collaborated with hall of Famer Geroge Clinton to prodcue Freaky Styley. Many other "pertinent" rock and roll facts should have been articulated (not just RHCP, but all the artists he wrote about). I don't blame Michael Galluci, I blame Scene Editors. You don't send in a Class AA writer to handle the "big game" reporting. This was horrible stuff.
im still working on these damn bills...piling up to the ceiling i swear sheesh
See Cleveland's DEADIRON, Saturday March 10 at Peabody's, for their CD release party.
A story about Cleveland tape labels and no mention of tolmie terrapin press? For shame!
red wanting blue is AMAZING!!!!
Guess people shouldn't have been ripping the cassette decks out of their cars...wait, what?
"Good luck explaining the differences between Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof to someone who doesn't spend 15 hours a week reading Pitchfork."
Literally these bands sound nothing like each other. Also, how does reading help? What about listening?
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I saw Todd back in the World Series of Rock back in 1977,I think it was 1977. Wow,what a wonderful memory! Everyone held up their bics as Todd sang One Last Victory,it was a moment I will never forget. I remember Southside Jonny and J. Geils being there also, I was so happy to be a part of it all. I think Utopia was the best thing to come to Cleveland back then and look forward to the show Saturday!!! We all would love to relive the best parts of our youth, thankyou Todd and members of Utopia for coming back after 35 years!!!!
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