|1.||The Booth Singer|
A male or female who while karaoke is being sung in a bar sings along to every single song and knows every song. But they will never actually get up and sing one, and also they are not intoxicated whatsoever.
"my friend levi is such a booth singer he was just singin away to james blunt but when we asked him to sing a song he says no and just sings them all at the booth (therefore he is the booth singer)"
Clutch is an American rock band from Germantown, Maryland, formed in 1990. Clutch invented rock. Each Clutch album is marked by a distinct and cohesive sound. Strong blues influences have also become prominent in the releases of the later years.
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure is actually based on true events in Tim Sult and Neil Fallon's life. They are the saviors of Rock and the World. They traveled backwards through time to create Rock (in 1733, for the record) and came back to 1992 to hone and shape it like the Rocksmiths that they are. They demand your worship!! Who are you to deny them?
Neil Fallons' (The lead singer) lyrics at first angry and serious in tone have become characterized with intelligence, wordplay, and often humor. Their songs make frequent reference to history, mythology, popular culture, and religion:
"I Have the Body of John Wilkes Booth", tells the story of a fisherman who discovers the corpse of Lincoln's assassin in the Susquehanna River.
"Burning Beard": "Every time I look out my window/ same three dogs looking back at me. Every time I open my windows/ cranes fly in to terrorize me."
His younger sister, Mary Alice Fallon-Yeskey, is employed at Charm City Cakes, and appears on the Food Network series Ace of Cakes.
"After listening to Clutch I have found out that if your not learning your retiring, you've got to take some risks to learn. There's always something to learn."
"There's a sacred, ancient dialog between the musician and the listener. When that happens, it's priceless. That's what people get out of Clutch. It's more of a philosophical reward than anything else."
Clutch is lLike Marlon Brando, but bigger. All around Pure Rock Fury.
Cold was a rock band that started in 1986. They released 4 cd's: Cold, 13 ways to bleed on stage, year of the spider, and a different kind of pain. They also released an ep called Oddity. The band consisted of lead singer Scooter Ward, Matt Louhgran, Zachary Gilbert, both guitarists, Jeremy Marshall on bass, and Sam McCandless on drums. Former members included Mike Booth, Sean Lay, Terry Balsamo, Kelly Hayes and Eddie Rendini.
On February 27, 2006, Ward left a message on their official website saying they had disbanded. However, he said he and Sam will continue writing music.
Cold was a great rock band. It's a damn shame alot of people didn't know about them.
A scale to measure how "scene" you are compared to others.
A "Scene" scale as done by Kelly A. and Jacki V.more...
Scene Points Scale.
Liking metal seriously
Using adjectives from the late 80's/early 90's (i.e. rad, gnarly, rockin', etc.) for each word in vernacular
Each studded belt
Dyed black hair/short
Each tight shirts/pants/track jackets
Thick rimed glasses
Each gaudy belt buckle
Each clothing bought from a thrift store
Having hair with bangs longer than the rest
Each trucker hat
Each plugs/body Piercings
Referring to bands as acronym
Mountain climbing key thingy
Each pair saucony/new balance/ converse shoes
Each livejournal/myspace/friendster account
Owning Fiddle Faddle
Use of 'Kthxbai' 'Lykkeeoommgggzz' 'Oh Emm Gee' etc.
Eating Mac And Cheese at least 3 times a week.
Reading books over 300 pages long
Knowledge of swearing in foreign languages
Hearts/stars next to your eye (with eyeliner)
Trying to be Gangstuh.
Getting pictures taken in a photo booth
Wearing a bandana around your ankle/neck/wrist
Watching/Loving Disney movies
Fake Pearls/beaded necklaces
Clapping during midpaced part of a song
Working at an Indy record store/health food store
Being in a band
Attending hell fest
Writing poetry ...
one of the best bands of our time. dont agree? count the awards they have won.more...
some people say they are 'emo/whiney' but they aren't. anyone who actually listens to an album of theirs knows that a lot of their songs are fun, such as "Jump" "My Alien" "When I'm Gone" "Generation" "Running Out of Time" "Grow Up" and many many many others.
They are from Montreal Canada, they speak french, and have five/six members. They "vlog" or video blog to keep their fans updated. They have traveled around the world, selling out shows, and if you ever meet them,you will know that they are probably the kindest rock stars you can ever talk to.
Pierre Bouvier is the lead singer, formerly in the band Reset.
David Desrosiers is the bassist and was also formerly in the band Reset. He was described as 'Scrumdiddlyumptos' in CosmoGirl!
Sebastian Lefebvre is one of their guitarists, usually is the one vlogging, and used to be a janitor at his old high school. He is on Man of The Hour with Patrick.
Jeff Stinco is the their other guitarist, and is the other guy who 'vlogs' a lot alongside Sebastian.
Chuck Comeau is the drummer, formerly in Reset, also. He has grazed drumming magazine covers, and writes a lot of their songs. He vlogs regularly, too.
Last but not least, there is Patrick Langlois who is sort of like Simple Plan's right-hand man, appears in almost all of their videos and can sometime be seen running the merchandise booth at shows. He is on Man of The Hour with Se...
Quite a few modern day rock bands like to list hip emo bands as prime influences, but judging from their impressive instrumental chops, these guys are no strangers to the proggier side of things. Social Ghost is one of the few bands to proudly proclaim their admiration of such challenging-yet-melodic bands as Rush and The Police. And the Orlando, Florida-based group has something in common with these aforementioned zillion-selling acts – they manage to create a massive sound with only three band members (and like the others, their bassist doubles as lead vocalist).more...
Comprised of singer/bassist Van Lugo, guitarist Neight, and drummer Jeffrey Alan Wright, Social Ghost is turning heads with their recently released album, a release that manages to balance the tuneful with the tricky. Social Ghost has already played sold out shows at some of Florida's most celebrated venues, including the House of Blues and the Social, as well as festivals like JRR-B-Q, Warped Tour 2006 and Earthday Birthday 13 at Orlando's Citrus Bowl. Additionally, Social Ghost has supported such renowned acts as Shinedown, Staind, Rob Zombie, Mudvayne, Plain White T's, Nonpoint, and Alice in Chains, the latter of which the group has served as direct support for their recent acoustic tour. Jim Mallonee, VP of Booking for Live Nation, witnessed a Social Ghost performance during their stint supporting Shinedown, and raved, "I was frankly flabbergasted when I witnessed their show, and kind of pissed off that I w...
Usually a man, but sometimes a woman, with a large, fat head, an exaggerated chin, small eyes, shorter hair, and extra large cheeks. They often have bags under their eyes. The chocolate faced are usually white and very American. They are often found on obese people, yet skinny or average people can also carry the "chocolate genes," and have a chocolate face as well.
The word "chocolate" is referring to the fact that these people look like they belong in a Willy-Wonka factory and/or lifestyle. They resemble the personification of a chocolate bar; if perhaps this person ate so much fudge, it is leaking through their every pore.
a) John Goodman.
b) "Did you see that guy over there?" "Yeah, he is so chocolatey!" "He has a wicked chocolate face!!"
c) "I went to the all you can eat buffet today, and there was a guy with a chocolate face in the next booth."
d) John Candy.
e) John Goodman.
f) Meatloaf. The singer.