sonicramone

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  1. Paul McCartney June 1 Lexington, KY Juice Wrld June 7 St Louis Elvis Costello/ Blondie July 23 Boston, MA
  2. Our family follows three teams: Cincinnati, Boston and the Cubbies. They have a combined record of 4-20. My Reds went three games in a row without scoring a run. It's going to be a loooooooooooooong summer.
  3. I'm having the same problem, JJ. Cant' view any of the site from work on Chrome or Internet Explorer. Fine at home on Safari. But, it happened to me on Monday, I believe. Strange.
  4. Two shows.....Oct. 27 & Oct. 28, 1980 at the Oakland Alameda County Colesium Arena.
  5. I will be at the first show....as a hologram also.
  6. Just read this. English Beat were in heavy rotation back in the mid-eighties...."I Just Can't Stop It" and "Special Beat Service". I don't recall either of those albums having a bad song. Kind of a weird breakup with Roger and Wakeling left everyone in the lurch to go form General Public.....but so be it. R.I.P. Ranking Roger.
  7. Travis Scott's "Astroworld" My son listens to this non-stop. So, therefore, I've heard it quite a number of times. Some of it has actually grown on me....though the bad words make me SMH...
  8. The version here of 'Let My Love Open the Door' was my wedding song.
  9. Not just the Ramones, but Nick Lowe, Devo and a few others....
  10. What’s his name? Paul something?
  11. Peter Frampton was interviewed by Howard Stern for about an hour plus earlier this week. A few interesting facts that I was either reminded of or never knew: - Frampton's father was a school teacher, and David (Jones) Bowie was one of his students. Frampton was three years younger than Bowie, but still managed to learn guitar along side of him. - Frampton was an uncredited guitar player on George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass" album. He played on four or five songs including acoustic guitar on "My Sweet Lord". - Frampton has spent much of his adult life living in the US...in New Jersey, Cincinnati, Los Angeles and currently in Nashville. In fact, I stood next to him at the Apple Store in Cincinnati about 6 or 7 years ago. He's a lil guy. - Frampton is credited with introducing the mouth-synthesizer in his live act, but Joe Walsh also used it during his live act when playin "Rocky Mountain Way". It became awkward for him to use it when Frampton was invited to open for Joe Walsh back in the mid-seventies. - Frampton saw a neurologist after falling twice in a two-week period while touring a few years ago. That led to the IBM diagnosis. - And the biggest surprise for me, Frampton is not in the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. Guess we needed to get spots for Ricky Nelson, Green Day and Janet Jackson first.
  12. Hmmm.... The Eagles Allman Brothers Band Springsteen and the E Street Band Grateful Dead Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers The Ramones Beach Boys Guns n Roses Metallica REM ....The Band?
  13. I have this one still sealed from Record Store Day 2009. https://www.discogs.com/Bruce-Springsteen-What-Love-Can-Do/release/2031525
  14. Same as mine. Ive had my copy for at least these past fifteen years, and hadn't opened out of the plastic sleeve until now. Your cover may be in a little better shape than mine.
  15. It was around for years. Even had commercials on late night TV. Owner died of a heart attack....and that was that.