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There can only be one correct answer to this question. Brian Jones.

Almost like he's full of shit and just wants to sound edgy or something. "Never heard a Foo Fighters song" yeah that's possible.

There's only one Spaceman and his name is Ace Frehley.   Ack!

3 hours ago, Wilco said:


Never said that....I just didn't think many people knew Kurt fired everyone and wanted to reform Nirvana with different people. I've become a pretty big Nirvana fan and I thought it was a neat fact and plays into the conspiracies with his death.

it was from a "recently" released Kurt book

 

He was probably high as fuck when he wrote that and "fired" them

 

Stop spreading fake shit

 

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3 minutes ago, AxlisOld said:

Lol yes, dumbfuck.


Never heard that honestly. I've lived in Brooklyn for 24 out of 29 years of my life, my girlfriend lived in East NY until she was 19 and Staten Island since and she never heard that either.

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2 minutes ago, Budd Dwyer said:

it was from a "recently" released Kurt book

 

He was probably high as fuck when he wrote that and "fired" them

 

Stop spreading fake shit

 

 

"Gotta say I believe this letter to be real. You have you to remember the time it was written. The band was in utter turmoil. It's not news that the guys in the band weren't getting along. Reviewing interviews, performances & rehearsals will give you all the proof you need. Mostly between (in my opinion) Kurt & Dave. Examples - Unplugged - http://youtube.com/watch?v=/oCsbUSk5-O8?t=13m32s K "I guarantee you I will screw this song up...so" D "What song is it?...........What?" K "Well I at least know what part I'll screw up" D "Oh..........yeah, like he only screws one up" Live & Loud Rehearsal - http://youtube.com/watch?v=/OVXSN1brCZg?t=30m7s Kurt & Dave bickering over Dave's backing vocals. I think his relationship with Krist was strained as well but because they had a relationship that ran deeper than that with Dave, there wasn't much outright animosity between the two. About A Boy - http://youtube.com/watch?v=/xfsodTDC_Ok?t=1h5m4s His opinion on Krist. Another point you have to remember that in late '93/early '94, Dave Grohl wasn't the world renowned singer song writing rock star he is today. He was the guy behind the world renowned singer song writing rock star & wanted to leave his mark. After the success of Nevermind & with Kurt's legal troubles in '92, Kurt wanted 75% of the publishing royalties and the other 25% to be split between Krist & Dave, and this happened. (remember, the money is in the song writing kiddies, so go get writing!) So for the next record, Dave & Krist wanted to make sure they wouldn't be left out of the process so they started pushing their own song ideas. In the spirit of making things work, Kurt relented and a few of Dave's ideas made it to publishing, Scentless Apprentice (music-In Utero), Marigold (music/lyrics-Heart Shaped Box single). Now, it might not seem like much, at first. It's only 2 songs. But you have to consider that before this, Kurt had done everything in that band. Written the riffs, the lyrics, the arrangements, essentially the songs, chose who would record them, all the art for the albums was done by him or his ideas, he did the treatments for & participated in the editing of the videos. Guy was the epitome of a band leader & a man in control of his business. So for him to allow (or be forced to allow in the spirit of getting along) someone else's vision into his, is a huge deal and because it happened, it would happen again. This is proved by the fact that during their last recording sessions (where You Know You're Right was laid down) Dave & Krist were also recording their own ideas as well. http://www.livenirvana.com/sessions/studio/january-1994.php Kurt had lost control of his band. Now anyone in the business knows that if you want control of your band & your vision. You have to keep control of your band & your vision or you lose it. Dave learned this and here's the proof - http://youtube.com/watch?v=/u-dTSZU8vws?t=9m13s"

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1 hour ago, bacardimayne said:

No, you're not supposed to like Papa Johns because it's shit.

 

Living in New York just makes it worse, since you have instant access to top-tier pizza.

It's like Michael Scott coming to New York and visiting his favorite pizza joint, Sbarro.

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1 minute ago, AxlisOld said:

Tell us more about this girlfriend that totally exists and you date. Also, you have sex with other chicks like redheads that you sex, right?


Well, let's see, she's going to be 27 on January 3rd, started dating in May 2016, she likes Freestyle music (the genre not rap) and 80s music in general mainly New Wave and things like that, she worked at Applebee's as a server, bartender, and then lastly a supervisor for 5 years and quit last November, favorite shows are/were Vampire Diaries, Originals, she loves the Halloween movie series, and horror movies in general (but not Freddie or Jason, other stuff, Conjuring and such). Loves the Departed (which I'd never seen until we got together) and Casino. Is Italian, Portuguese and Black. 

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56 minutes ago, bacardimayne said:

Living in New York and eating Papa Johns is like living in Mexico and eating Taco Bell. Like living in a hard rock band and playing a mellotron.

 

We eat Papa John's and local Mom & Pop ones. I used to only eat local pizza until I got with her, I had my neighborhood favorites. The best thing was my father's apartment when I was a kid - it had a Pizza place and a video store across the street from each other. Pizza place had all Yankee memorabilia all over the walls, and the video store was this family joint we used to frequent and became friends with (My parents never even went to Blockbuster until 1998).....

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6 minutes ago, Bill Brasky said:

That's not saying your not on another drug let alone the side affects of xanax abuse.

 

Making up a fake girlfriend is truly sad.


I'm on Librium, which is a weak sedative ala Valium. Easier to wean off of. Also, I never abused Xanax (except on literally about four occasions in a decade long period).

I didn't make up a fake girlfriend. I was single for 4 years between 2007 and 2012. Why would I make that up?

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Just now, Wilco said:


I'm on Librium, which is a weak sedative ala Valium. Easier to wean off of. Also, I never abused Xanax (except on literally about four occasions in a decade long period).

I didn't make up a fake girlfriend. I was single for 4 years between 2007 and 2012. Why would I make that up?

 Because your miser silly.

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