The results are courtesy of a poll of Rolling Stone readerswho proved themselves an intelligent bunch with good taste. You'll notice that the list is heavy on pop stars covering classic rock staples, with no less than eight songs fitting that description. Clearly, many of the good people out there consider this practice to be blasphemous.
Nothing is more painful to listen to than a terrible cover song. Halle Berry appeared in the video, right around the time she agreed to star in that Catwoman movie. Look what happened to her career after that.
Maybe an attempt to shift focus from their old lead singer? Dual wielding beers, and sprinting down the hill to make it in time for the grand entrance, energy levels are high, and the whiff of nostalgia is strong on this fine Tuesday night. Shoulder-to-shoulder, red snapback-to-red snapback, it was made evident that this set was going to be full of sweaty pits, the type on the ground and the type that make their way uncomfortably to your face.
Load up on guns and bring your friends It's fun to lose and to pretend She's over bored and self assured Oh, no, I know a dirty word. Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello With the lights out it's less dangerous Here we are now entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now entertain us A mulatto, an albino, a mosquito, my libido Yeah! I'm worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group has always been And always will until the end.
Afterthe band continued to tour and release albums, but went through a hiatus and member changes. Just before the set began, fans poured into The Hangar to get as close to the stage as possible. Since it was cold and the breeze in Costa Mesa was biting, a lot of patrons opted to stay inside the smaller hangars where hundreds of tattoo artists were working and all of the vendors were set up.
Fred Durst and co announced that they were set to reunite as their original line-up for intimate shows, which saw them play Los Angeles' Troubadour on Tuesday 5 March. During their set, the noughties nu metal band played their My Way single and chose to cap it off with Nirvana's Heart- Shaped Box, which is taken from their final album, In Utero. Their nostalgia-filled gig was packed with a star-studded audience, which included the likes of Marilyn Manson and Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan.
What musicians that you enjoy today will still be around in 20 years? But the good people of tried to predict just that in an article that might raise a few eyebrows here in the year A weekend editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Scott Mervis, made his predictions in the August 20, issue of the newspaper.
Eamon Sweeney Twitter Email. While it's hard to believe it now, once upon a time the preposterously named Limp Bizkit could make a reasonable claim to being the biggest band in the world. During the customary half a decade long hiatus between U2 albums in the late nineties and early nougthies, the nu metal trailblazers from Jacksonville, Florida, notched up a staggering 45 million sales.
For the past 10 years, US rock bands have been trying to invade our shores. The Yank-rockers have finally cracked our defences, and resistance is futile. Kevin Courtney makes a last, desperate stand.