|theSnake - 2016-12-05 |
the sound of my youth, like im outside a house party throwing up again
I was wondering what sounded so familiar.
|chumbucket - 2016-12-05 |
I like to think it's coming from a deep pit of despair.
|Centennial Ostrich - 2016-12-05 |
On June 14, 2015, Smash Mouth was playing a set at the Taste of Fort Collins food festival in Fort Collins, Colorado, when Steve Harwell broke from his set and went into an angry three-minute, expletive-laden tirade, threatening to beat the audience members responsible for hitting him with bread. The band played the opening chords of "All Star" throughout a significant portion of Harwell's rant. The incident was covered by major media outlets, including TMZ, Gawker, and USA Today.  Harwell later apologized for the incident in an interview with The Herald-Mail.
Event organizer Jason Ornstein explained that he asked Harwell if he wanted him to have the DJs make an announcement instructing the crowd not to throw bread but according to Ornstein, Harwell "stormed on [stage] and took matters into his own hands." He continued "It wasn't like anyone was going to be getting hurt by throwing bread up in the air ... We just had to laugh at it, because he just really made a fool of himself."
"The band played the opening chords of "All Star" throughout a significant portion of Harwell's rant." made my day.
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2016-12-05 |
Tomb of the Giant BMI
|That guy - 2016-12-05 |
I go north.
It's pitch black! You are likely to be eaten by a grue with shitty musical taste.
|gravelstudios - 2016-12-05 |
is it ok for me to admit that I was a huge smash mouth fan in college, and still occasionally listen to Fush Yu Mang with great fondness? Will you guys think less of me?
Well, in high school I was all about this song so I can't judge.
And Halo machinema set to "My Immortal" qualified as high art.
Yes, my tastes sucked.
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