A band who incorporates a wide range of genres into their music such as rock, hip-hop, and electronica. They have sold millions of records worldwide and had jusr recently gone diamond on their hit album "Hybrid Theory".
Jay: Hey what do you think of Linkin Park?
John: They make good music.
Its all that crappy music they play on Uranium and Headbangers ball. It has annoying guitars and annoying-er voices.
Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold
A self-righteous moron so f***in full of himself that he couldn't even stop for 5 freakin seconds to take a picture when I met him in Harrods this summer. Still leads a great band though, and has written and sung some of the best songs in rock. Had I met Liam instead, it probably would've come to a ruck.
Me: "Noel, couldn't I possibly take a five-second wasting picture with you pretty pretty please with sugar and the Beatles on top?"
Noel: "No." (Walks off)
Me: (thinks) "Bastard."
Radiohead is a famous band that consist of 5 members named Thom Yorke(vocals, rhythm guitar, and keyboards), Ed O'Brien(guitar, vocals), Colin Greenwood(bass guitar), Jonny Greenwood(guitar, keyboards), and Phil Selway(drums and percussion) formed in 1989 in Oxford, UK first took the name of " On a Friday " but changed their name to Radiohead from the Talking Heads song " Radio Head " they performed the song Creep and in 1993 Radiohead's first album Pablo Honey was finally released, later in "95 Radiohead released The Bends which made the band's popularity skyrocket, later in '97 OK Computer was released and it became Radiohead's best album ever, making their popularity skyrocketing even more and it was nominated for "album of the year". In 200 the band released Kid A, it also became a hit but wasn't able to outsell OK Computer, in mid-2003 their recent album Hail To The Thief
now Radiohead continues to influence Britpop bands like Muse, and Coldplay and many more....
Elvis Costello, the Pixies, Pink Floyd, R.E.M., U2, Talking Heads, The Beatles, The Smiths, and Mancunian post-punk acts The Fall, Joy Division, and Magazine. Later influences include German art-rock band Can, electronic artists such as Autechre and Aphex Twin, and jazz artists such as Charles Mingus and Miles Davis were the bands that made Radiohead come to be
(1) A man-ocracy that used to exist in America and made it legal for men to beat their wives and keep women from voting. Torn down by feminism.
(2) What ultra-feminists say is still in power in America when they're being full of shit.
(1) I just beat the shit out of my girlfriend. Then, I fucked her while two cops watched. Thank God for the patriarchy!
(2) It's amazing that any female senators have penetrated the new patriarchy.
Its base form is the ancient Greek language and stands for "Truth Justice"
To some this is a very powerful combination of words, that have a deep meaning and power of their own.
To others, it is a catch phrase used in the movie Boondock Saints, kindof like a motto.
I believe it is a basis for what most humans should live their life by, day and day. Truth and Justice would basically end all crime. Will that day ever come?
1. Hey, I completely believe in Veritas Aequitas.
2. Wasn't that cool when the guys had Veritas and Aequitas on their hands?