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No sideshows for GoodVibrations in 2011

Although Laneway , Big Day Out and Soundwave have all announced festival sideshows Good Vibrations will not be following their lead.

A statement from the festival’s promoters has confirmed that there’ll be no sideshows in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland or Western Australia, which means that the only way to see the amazing acts on the bill is to grab a ticket to the festival. Guess that means the date for a Friendly Fires show at the Enmore that was leaked is now officially a no go.

Punters hoping to see Faithless, Phoenix, Nas & Damian Marley, Cee Lo Green, Kelis, Erykah Badu, Miike Snow, Friendly Fires and the rest of the Good Vibrations lineup will have to grab festival tickets, start working on their pecs and book in a fake tan appointment.

The local lineups for each city are set to be announced next week.

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Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 29th Oct, 2010

It's not like we were going to get a Janelle Monae sideshow in Perth anyway but this still sucks.

Copernicus

Copernicus said on the 29th Oct, 2010

don't really care about phoenix tbh as I went to their last tour and it owned, was more interested in an eryka badu, janelle monae sideshow. Looks like I might have to go to this, lineups great but such a shit festival..fuuuuck.

Sunnyboyz

Sunnyboyz said on the 29th Oct, 2010

This must be an expensive exercise.

Maximillian Billion

Maximillian Billion said on the 29th Oct, 2010

as an adelaidian, where we do not get to experience the delights of said festival, what's the general stigma associated with good vibes? is it just bdo but instead of wife beaters everyone wears fake tan instead? or are it's problems on a whole nother level?

TinTin

TinTin said on the 29th Oct, 2010

What a joke.
I used to absolutely LOVE Good Vibes. It was a totally rad day when it was at Sidney Myer. You could chill on the hill, walk around on the grass. Fleminton is balls though. Such a shite venue. In saying this, I will definitely be going if I can find a way to afford it. It's all aboot the music, right?

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 29th Oct, 2010

What a joke.
I used to absolutely LOVE Good Vibes. It was a totally rad day when it was at Sidney Myer. You could chill on the hill, walk around on the grass. Fleminton is balls though. Such a shite venue. In saying this, I will definitely be going if I can find a way to afford it. It's all aboot the music, right?

wait you moving back here for good soon or something?

toxikon

toxikon said on the 30th Oct, 2010

damn i so want to see phoenix, faithless and miike snow but not sure GV is worth it

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Dammit Jam! I want a Faithless headline show! I'll go to your stupid festival anyway

spintheblackcircle

spintheblackcircle said on the 1st Nov, 2010

This is not unusual people. It is extremely rare for Good Vibes artists to be doing sideshows. I think there have been maybe 1 or 2 in the history of the festival.

benr3

benr3 said on the 1st Nov, 2010



Yeah I read that a while ago, it was the reason I bought GV tickets before this 'announcement' was made.

It's still a dirty money grabbing tactic, if the promoters gave a shit about the Australian public and the music scene over here they would be putting on as many sideshows as possible.

The point has been raised before but the summer festival circuit is way over crowded at the moment which seems to be having all kinds of negative effects. There is a distinct lack of side shows from any of the major festivals - (probably because the promoters want to make sure that their festival sells out). Sydney ( and also the rest of the country) has missed out on a lot of potential great gigs this summer :(

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Yeah I read that a while ago, it was the reason I bought GV tickets before this 'announcement' was made.

It's still a dirty money grabbing tactic, if the promoters gave a shit about the Australian public and the music scene over here they would be putting on as many sideshows as possible.

The point has been raised before but the summer festival circuit is way over crowded at the moment which seems to be having all kinds of negative effects. There is a distinct lack of side shows from any of the major festivals - (probably because the promoters want to make sure that their festival sells out). Sydney ( and also the rest of the country) has missed out on a lot of potential great gigs this summer :(

its stupid, its going to sell out regardless

the majority of people who would fill a faithless arena show are not the kind of people who will go to good vibes

same goes for most people on the lineup

after gvf sells out phoenix could still fill the hordern, sasha could pack out any club in sydney, ludacris, kelis, cee-lo, nas/damien marley, friendly fires etc could all fill the enmore and melbourne/brisbane etc equivalent by themselves after the jersey shore has already bought up centennial

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Sasha will be playing Laundry afterwards, and there will be a few dj sets in the Ivy from acts too.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Doesn't really count, though, does it.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Sasha counts. Friendly Fires doing a DJ-set doesn't count.

benr3

benr3 said on the 1st Nov, 2010

Sasha is rumoured to be playing a set at a standard Saturday Chinese Laundry club night, it hasn't been advertised and you can only buy tickets on the door, and also the Laundry is owned and operated by Jam Music (owners of G.V. fest.),

To call this a sideshow is more than a stretch of the imagination!

The Great Monkey War

The Great Monkey War said on the 2nd Nov, 2010

They usually have a few dj sideshows. They'd be stupid not to give Sasha one.

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

Sasha is rumoured to be playing a set at a standard Saturday Chinese Laundry club night, it hasn't been advertised and you can only buy tickets on the door, and also the Laundry is owned and operated by Jam Music (owners of G.V. fest.),

To call this a sideshow is more than a stretch of the imagination!

How is it not a sideshow? An act plays a show at another venue besides the festival, that would classify as a sideshow to me. I dont think it really matters that Hemmes owns GV and Laundry. He is being clever in giving the sideshow to his own establishments only to get more money out of it.

benr3

benr3 said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

Firstly, I perceive his "cleverness" as greed and that puts me off going altogether.

The reason I don't think its fair to call it a side show is that the rumours state that he will play a set at Chinese Laundry after G.V. not headline his own gig.

Just playing a set at a club night that happens every Saturday could hardly be classified as a stand alone Sasha gig.

Rusko is also rumoured to play a set at the VOID dubstep night in Sydney but as he will also be playing with around 6 other DJ's and the gig is called VOID not "Rusko" its not a sideshow either.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

The DJ/producers on the bill doing after-parties is hardly an abnormal thing. I doubt you could call it greedy.

benr3

benr3 said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

^^
No you've missed the point, the reason I think its greedy is because they have made zero effort to arrange this, Laundry is open every Saturday anyway. This is a really cheap gig for jam music to arrange as their only extra cost will be a cab ride down oxford st for Sasha after GV. The promoters just want to make sure that the Laundry is full that night (most of the club regulars will be at Good Vibes), they don't give a shit about bringing quality entertainment to the music loving masses.

So now fans of Sasha (which by the way I am not) have to see a half arsed set in one of the worst designed/sounding night clubs I have ever been in.

Rather than putting on a proper stand alone show that would take a lot of extra effort to organise, they're just gonna tack Sasha onto the end of a club night that was already happening anyway so they can make maximum profit with no extra effort.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

I didn't miss the point. I'm just saying, it's not a big deal. It's ridiculous that you're taking offense to someone making an extra buck in the big bad world.

Copernicus

Copernicus said on the 3rd Nov, 2010

^^
No you've missed the point, the reason I think its greedy is because they have made zero effort to arrange this, Laundry is open every Saturday anyway. This is a really cheap gig for jam music to arrange as their only extra cost will be a cab ride down oxford st for Sasha after GV. The promoters just want to make sure that the Laundry is full that night (most of the club regulars will be at Good Vibes), they don't give a shit about bringing quality entertainment to the music loving masses.

So now fans of Sasha (which by the way I am not) have to see a half arsed set in one of the worst designed/sounding night clubs I have ever been in.

Rather than putting on a proper stand alone show that would take a lot of extra effort to organise, they're just gonna tack Sasha onto the end of a club night that was already happening anyway so they can make maximum profit with no extra effort.

What I don't understand about your lengthy, obtuse point is that Jam have been doing this for years. Deal with it.

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 9th Nov, 2010

^^
No you've missed the point, the reason I think its greedy is because they have made zero effort to arrange this, Laundry is open every Saturday anyway. This is a really cheap gig for jam music to arrange as their only extra cost will be a cab ride down oxford st for Sasha after GV. The promoters just want to make sure that the Laundry is full that night (most of the club regulars will be at Good Vibes), they don't give a shit about bringing quality entertainment to the music loving masses.

So now fans of Sasha (which by the way I am not) have to see a half arsed set in one of the worst designed/sounding night clubs I have ever been in.

Rather than putting on a proper stand alone show that would take a lot of extra effort to organise, they're just gonna tack Sasha onto the end of a club night that was already happening anyway so they can make maximum profit with no extra effort.

Waaaaaa. Music promoters are doing things to make money? What the fuck has happened to the world? Stop being such a pussy. Someone further up, who's comment I couldn't be arsed scrolling up for, just listed half of the acts on the GV lineup who could draw punters who aren't GV fans, or some shit. The point of arranging a good lineup to a festival is to encourage people to go to the festival. Stop having a cry. I've never been to Good Vibes and I never thought I'd go. But Janelle Monae, Phoenix, Nas and Damien Marley, Kelis et al are going to be awesome, so I'm going. Because I'm not a whiney douchebag.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 9th Nov, 2010

This sounds like a nasty threat to me....If you dont come to my festival then fuck you!
Whatever, there are so many acts touring Australia over the summer, no great loss!

benr3

benr3 said on the 9th Nov, 2010



Speaking of obtuse points, where is your's exactly?

Israel have been bombing palestine for years too, does that make it ok?

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 9th Nov, 2010

looooooooooooooooooooool, bit of a MAJOR difference there.

lukey26

lukey26 said on the 9th Nov, 2010

No way I'm paying $150 just to see Phoenix. If they don't do a sideshow, I wouldn't be surprised if they return a few months later.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 9th Nov, 2010



Agreed! And Phoenix are such an odd choice for this type of festival in the first place.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 9th Nov, 2010



Then go and see Janelle Monae, Nas and Cee-Lo.
They're all better than Phoenix anyway.

benr3

benr3 said on the 9th Nov, 2010



Tom, my response to Lanestra23 is below and can also be applied to your "comment"



You did miss the point, and you have missed it a second time!, here is my point for the third and final time, I'm afraid you're on your own from here, in the future will have to locate it by yourself!

I have no issue with Promoters making money, in fact, I pay money to the big promoters everyday - its my job, and I am well aware that if they didn't exist there would be no roof over my head or food on my table. My problem is that they are just making a quick and easy buck rather than putting some real effort in. If they wanted to they could easily put on multiple sideshows around the country giving Aussie music fans many fantastic gigs to enjoy, instead they are doing the bare minimum.

benr3

benr3 said on the 9th Nov, 2010



Sadly I have paid $150 just to see Erykah Badu, luckily I have seen her overseas and it was definitely worth it, plus I would be very surprised if she comes back to Australia ever.

GV sucks - never again!

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 9th Nov, 2010

Speaking of obtuse points, where is your's exactly?

Israel have been bombing palestine for years too, does that make it ok?

just in case anyone needed any more evidence of you being a moron

benr3

benr3 said on the 9th Nov, 2010

Thanks Daveyac8881, its nice to know you were thinking about me when you wrote this at 2:43am, are my opinions keeping you awake at night?

Sorry, I thought this was a discussion forum, I realise now that independant thought is not the way forward. From now on I will simply read everything that everyone else posts and resist my own opinions in an effort to aline myself with your obviousy far superior way of thinking.

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 10th Nov, 2010

How about "Good on them for booking such great acts", not "Fuck them for booking such great acts for a festival and then not giving said acts' fans sideshows/reasons not to go to the festival in the first place."

Man, I'm so pissed off that The New Pornographers didn't play at my party on the weekend, even though their gig last night was awesome. Fuck those guys.

benr3

benr3 said on the 10th Nov, 2010

They booked a whole bunch of shitty acts that I don't want to see, apart from Erykah Badu, hence my annoyance.

LeninaCrowne

LeninaCrowne said on the 10th Nov, 2010

does anyone have a list of where some of the acts from good vibes are gonna be doing their dj sets? would love to catch one if possible!

Jellis

Jellis said on the 19th Nov, 2010

bugger... i really wanted to see janelle monae, amongst fans of janelle monae. i'm looking forward to the festival but i'm obsessed with archandroid and was hoping for a more intermate sideshow, possibly with or supporting erikah badu. i have never loved a modern "r&b" album as much as this one; it is already up there with my favourite lps ever.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 19th Nov, 2010

Love your enthusiasm but would appreciate a better grasp on the English language.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 19th Nov, 2010

it was written in haste, cuntstable.

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 19th Nov, 2010

the lack of erykah badu sideshow is just ridiculous, the majority of her fans will not even consider attending good vibes, put her on at the opera house concert hall

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 19th Nov, 2010



It takes longer to write intermate than it does "intimate," the correct spelling.

I could have actually saved you time, ingrate!

Jellis

Jellis said on the 20th Nov, 2010

if you're so keen on saving time, why bother being pedantic?

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 20th Nov, 2010

You're the one writing in haste. Don't get so butthurt.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 20th Nov, 2010

i'm not offended, but no-one likes a smart-arse.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 20th Nov, 2010

Then you're going to love it here :)

Jellis

Jellis said on the 20th Nov, 2010

well, thanks for the warm-welcome. let the "who's got the bigger grammatical cock?" game commence!

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 20th Nov, 2010

It's going to be nice and intermate.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 20th Nov, 2010

build a bridge, dude.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 20th Nov, 2010

Only if Erikah Badu helps me.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 20th Nov, 2010

i don't think she'd like you.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 20th Nov, 2010

Of course she wouldn't. She probably doesn't like anyone who spells her name incorrectly.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 21st Nov, 2010

she probably thinks life's too short, than to dislike someone on the grounds of her name being spelt incorrectly.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010

Nah, I like my story better.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 21st Nov, 2010

don't flatter yourself.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010

Why would I? I've got you to do that for me.

I'm up for a lunch, but I don't fuck on the first date.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 21st Nov, 2010

really? i'm a generous lover.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010



You better shape up, 'cause I need a man and my heart is set on you.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 21st Nov, 2010



the banter isn't the only thing growing.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKPoHgKcqag

Andeh

Andeh said on the 21st Nov, 2010

anyone who can't find $150 of value in this lineup is on crack. janelle monae, cee lo, kelis, nas+damien, rusko, erykah are all amazing artists. and permitting clashes miike snow and faithless could be fun too. hopefully cee lo is on at the same time as pheonix, so i don't have to put up with jjj-ogans who only know fuck you and crazy.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 21st Nov, 2010

It makes me sad to see Wombles arguing so much.

benr3

benr3 said on the 21st Nov, 2010



FYI - There will be lots of people at GV who only know one or two songs by each artist, if there were going to be side shows it wouldn't be a problem but now the fest will be full of people who have never been there before and are only interested in seeing one or two artists. Also - I would choose to watch Cee-lo over Pheonix if it came down to it, I don't listen to triple J but I still only know his song "fuck you", I thought Crazy was a duet he did with some D.J.? does this actually count as a Cee-lo song, has anyone seen him sing it by himself?

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 21st Nov, 2010

Crazy was by Gnarls Barkley which is a collaboration between Cee Lo Green and Danger Mouse. I'm pretty sure Cee Lo would sing it in his own show as it's not like Danger Mouse is required for the performance. I'm just guessing though.

Andeh

Andeh said on the 21st Nov, 2010

danger mouse isn't 'some dj'.

yeah, he plays a few gb songs live i think, crazy usually.

i just think people bitching about having to go to good vibes need to have a closer look at the lineup. it isnt full of meathead doof doof. it's probably the strongest lineup this summer (even given golden plains and bdo have bought out some huge surprises, but maybe thats just my bias towards janelle-erykah)

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010



http://listicles.thelmagazine.com/wp-content/upload/ironhide_facepalm.jpg

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 21st Nov, 2010

Danger Mouse definitely isn't a Transformer.

http://www.alivenotdead.com/attachments/2009/02/35751_200902251744171.gif

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 21st Nov, 2010

But Cee Lo is!

IYIYI KNOW HOW TO TRANSFORM
I'M A TRANSFORMERRRRRRRRRRRR!

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 21st Nov, 2010

There's always time for good English.

If Good Vibes is full of good artists with 'good' fans, then doesn't it follow that the festival will be full of those fans? If everyone that's frothing on Janelle and Erykah etc goes to the actual concert, that is. Which is apparently an absurd thought.

chico21

chico21 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

I'm pretty excited about the GV lineup. Phoenix, Friendly Fires, Nas, Cee-lo, Erykah, Faithless, Ludacris, Kelis - there is plenty there for me to be excited about. I would probably have rathered seeing sideshows of Phoenix and and FF but for $150 I'm happy to enjoy the day with a few extra acts.

The Great Monkey War

The Great Monkey War said on the 22nd Nov, 2010


Also - I would choose to watch Cee-lo over Pheonix if it came down to it, I don't listen to triple J but I still only know his song "fuck you", I thought Crazy was a duet he did with some D.J.? does this actually count as a Cee-lo song, has anyone seen him sing it by himself?

Can you stop complaining about things? You're obviously an idiot.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



That definitely needs to be swapped around. Rusko = shitty dubstep producer with a terrible album, called O.M.G.!. He will be DJ-ing. Faithless = one of the best live dance acts, ever. They will have a full live band.

Not really picking a fight, it's just unfair to place Rusko almost any live dance act, let alone Faithless.

Andeh

Andeh said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

but seriously, what acts apart from pheonix are even likely to bring in the meathead bogan bad crowd element.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

^^Rusko. Dubstep is the major drawcard for 'meathead bogans' at dance festivals these days.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



Clearly that's all he is to me. As a huge Optimus Prime fan I find the pic quite offensive!

EDIT - Just realized that the pic is actually not Optimus but Hot-Rod before he became Rodimus Prime at the end of the cartoon movie - no longer offended - hot rod was a dick anyway!

But seriously thanks for the answer.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Producer would be a far more appropriate description than DJ.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



The passage you've quoted me in is me stating that I'd prefer to see Cee-lo over Pheonix, and then asking if anyone knows if he plays crazy in his own shows.

How do you interpret this as a complaint?

In truth, my only complaint is that fuck-wits such as yourself can easily access the internet are are afforded the luxury of free speech.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



Bogans listen to Burial now?

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

The passage you've quoted me in is me stating that I'd prefer to see Cee-lo over Pheonix, and then asking if anyone knows if he plays crazy in his own shows.

How do you interpret this as a complaint?

In truth, my only complaint is that fuck-wits such as yourself can easily access the internet are are afforded the luxury of free speech.

The quote was to show that you're obviously an idiot. You asked who 'some DJ' was that Cee Lo worked with. I'm pretty sure my mother knows who Danger Mouse is, and she's a dumbass. You must be borderline retarded.

This is a music website. Welcome. People will expect you to have heard more than Hey Jude and Single Ladies.

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



My bad, by 'dubstep' I was referring to the fart-wobble crap that 'meathead bogans' seem to think is 'dubstep'. I'm well aware of the fact that original 'dubstep' includes the likes of Burial, Caribou, Scuba, etc. Try telling that to a fan of Rusko or Afrojack.

Edit: Not claiming that the examples I gave were the first dubstep producers.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

The quote was to show that you're obviously an idiot. You asked who 'some DJ' was that Cee Lo worked with. I'm pretty sure my mother knows who Danger Mouse is, and she's a dumbass. You must be borderline retarded.

This is a music website. Welcome. People will expect you to have heard more than Hey Jude and Single Ladies.

Get Fucked smart ass. I wasn't familiar with a DJ who rarely releases anything under his own name and is most well known for collaborating on other artists records. - well don't I feel stupid for not being in the loop.

Judging by Dangermouse's back catalogue (just wiki'd) I am pretty certain that you and most other Australians would not even know who he is but for the Gnarls Barkley album.

Also - this is a music website , but the part you are on now is called a forum. This is a space where people discuss music, ask questions, find out answers etc etc. Some people may even have an opinion that is different to yours! If you can't handle that then maybe forums are not the best place for you to hang out - maybe you could start up a blog or something so you don't have to deal with anyone who isn't into your way of thinking?

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Whilst childish name calling and general bitchiness are definitely in keeping with Good Vibes, can we tone it down a little in this thread?

lanesra23

lanesra23 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

To be fair, calling Danger Mouse a DJ is more an incorrect statement than it is a different opinion.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Sure thing Braveheart, as soon as Tom gets over the fact that I didn't know who a DJ/producer was.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

And to be even fairer, it's pretty clear that benr3 is a moron.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Take yr puns and shove it Gayfart!

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Ben, Danger Mouse did a little thing called The Grey Album. Pretty well known, respected, loved etc. He also did Gnarls Barkley, this is true, which is maybe his most famous and arguably best work. Also, produced Gorillaz, the Black Keys, Dark Night of the Soul, Broken Bells and a heap of other awesome stuff.

Also, "most other Australians would not even know who he is" because most Australians don't know much about anything. You are most Australians.

Jellis

Jellis said on the 22nd Nov, 2010


judging by dangermouse's back catalogue (just wiki'd) i am pretty certain that you and most other australians would not even know who he is but for the gnarls barkley album.


he's produced some pretty good albums that are worth a listen, depending on what kind of music you dig: sparklehorse's dark night of the soul (i can't post any videos, as i'm a new member, but 'just war' featuring gruff rhys is a nice ditty) & dangerdoom (check out: benzi box & the mask) are both pretty good.

SaMBoY

SaMBoY said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

"No sideshows means a better festival for YOU, with all the fans loving life in perfect unison."

*reads through this thread*

wow the idea's working already.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010



This opinion is why you shouldn't be hanging out in discussion forums.

Just because you fall asleep at night staring lovingly at your Danger Mouse poster clutching a mash up album of Jay z and the Beatles songs doesn't mean that anyone else gives a shit about it.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

Isn't Danger Mouse a cartoon character?

...seriously though he's not quite worth arguing over.
Although Blue God, the album he produced for Martina Topley Bird is an amazing album.

benr3

benr3 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010




Smartest thing anyone has said all day!

tom_slater1

tom_slater1 said on the 22nd Nov, 2010

This opinion is why you shouldn't be hanging out in discussion forums.

Just because you fall asleep at night staring lovingly at your Danger Mouse poster clutching a mash up album of Jay z and the Beatles songs doesn't mean that anyone else gives a shit about it.

Chill Winston.

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