|1.||Ben Folds Five|
An amazing NC band consisting of a piano, bass, and drums line up. Led by the front man Ben Folds on the piano, they shot into stardom with their hit "Brick" in 1997. They have recieved a large amount of popularity since then. They broke up in 2000 but their music lives on.
Bascially, they make the best piano rock you'll ever hear.
Exploding on the music scene right now, is a very hot group. Ladies and gentlemen, Ben Folds Five!
Defiant are a band from bolton, england which mainly play heavy metal/hard rock songs along with their blues style solo's...
However, when a bass player of an y metal band is black, the band is instantly refered to as a "defiant"
The members of the band are:
Jack McNally Burn
Jamie Alnami (nigga)
''Holy shit dude, i just saw Defiant playing at The Soundhouse (bolton)!! They were fucking immense!''
''I know man i love their music!''
''Their myspace rockzzzz!''
"but its a shame about the black bastard on bass"
Ben Folds was born September 12, 1966, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The trio of Ben Folds, bassist Robert Sledge, and drummer Darren Jessee formed Ben Folds Five in 1994 in Chapel Hill. While Ben Folds Five was still together Ben Folds released his first solo album, Fear of Pop. Fear of Pop is an experimental album which few people know about. Including Fear of Pop, Folds has released 8 solo albums in his career. He is known for his piano playing, although he also plays bass, drums, and guitar(on Rockin' The Suburbs). Ben Folds now lives in Nashville, Tennessee, USA and Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
Ben Folds is awesome.
Also check out Darren Jessee and Robert Sledge in their new bands!
Ben Folds was born in North Carolina (contrary to other definitions) and has been creating (and performing on piano) original music since his first single, Jackson Cannery with Ben Folds Five. During his span in the late nineties, he released three albums (where he popularized his use of percussion with the piano) with his band Ben Folds Five, a trio, featuring Robert Sledge, Darren Jessee, and himself. His most popular song, on the album Whatever and Ever Amen, was Brick. The band broke up after their third album (The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner), and that is when he released his first solo album, Rockin' the Suburbs, featuring him on drums, guitar, bass, and piano. During his break from the Ben Folds Five, he played with a group called the Bens, where he played with Ben Kweller and Ben Lee. From there he composed his next albums, Supersunnyspeedgraphics LP, Songs for Silverman and Way to Normal, which seemed subpar to many Ben Folds fans. He keeps creating music, and is most widely known for his improv stint on Chatroulette and his comedic Dr Dre cover of Bitc...more...
bass hill is a fucken hectic place for one reason: the skatepark. we hav had many days spent there and we still continue goin there now, but theres fucken too many bikeriders and inliners there now. miser has bombed this place many times
tommo: ben bra do u wana go 2 bbass hill
ben: fuck oath lets go for a ateskay
someone who is always out of the loop, and never knows what's really going on.
W: look at that sea bass over there, wat an idiot!
Sea bass: hey, did u say something?
W; nah, nothing
sea bass: oh, ok
1.) A rare species of the homosapien family. Found only in its native location of samammish, washington, it is characterized for its extremely absurd, extreme and even vulgar mating calls. Has no purpose in life other than to sleep, play bass, wrestle and make the effort to mate with anything that moves, especially that of the Andreswheeles breed.
2.) Slang term derived from the bad part of New York. Meaning: stripper and/or hooker
3.) Comes from ancient Greek mythology. Benreh was the ancient god of sleep. When local Athenians were caught shoplifting, they were sentenced to the cave of Benreh, where Benreh then made he/she it's mistress, doomed to a life of reckless bass-playing and naked wrestling with the demon-god Benreh
1.) Holy $%*&! Did you just see that Benreh leaping from tree to tree? I think it had a bass
2.) Andrew: Yeah man, I totally got a Benreh off the streets. You wouldn't believe how...flexible...they are.
Eric: Where did you say you got one?
3.) Fool shoplifter, suffer the wrath of the god Benreh!
Josh: Anything but that! I was just trying to save some money!