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Re: my HoM after hours free party
On Wed, 11 Sep 1996, digital wrote:
> >Hey kids!!! Not to slag hip hop, but if the prospect seeing djs at mokka
> >exactly grab ya, how about getting in on a little adventure I've been
> >day dreaming about ever since I first realized that casey's top 40
> >was not necsisarily the last word in pop music. Friday night, after
> >you've gottten all the kicks to be had running from reflections to
> >birdland and back again ad infinitum, what could possibly beat a little of
> >the old ultraviolence
> >as far as capping the night off is concerned ?? If you guessed
> >"nothing" than you win!!!
> > My little plan involves a certain over glorified bar band
> >whose handlers have seen fit to have them storm halifax for the
> >second time in as many years with their particularly tedious brand of
> >fist pumping top 40 swill. No doubt legions of their knuckle
> >dragging, NFL watching, palace loitering sheep fans will
> >jump like lemmings at the chance to do their best urban cowboy act
> >sleeping on the steps of the metro center in hopes of having floor
> >level seats to this,"the best thing to hit halifax since 780 KIXX"
> > That"s where we come in. It's amazing how the right mix of beer
> >and Louisville Sluggers can turn even the most subdued group of indie
> >rawkers into
> >a force capable of taking out the trash once and for all, and real
> >horrorshow at that!!! Four O'clock in the grand parade, If yr up to
> > Here's wishing that downie "singer" was just a little less jim
> >morrison and a little more Rev. Jim Jones,
> > D. Aaron "the punsiher" Petrie
> Am I the only one who got lost in this?
> p.s. any information on SuperFriendz tour or album?? Do they travel very
> far west?
> dARRYl kOHUt
> "Touching the scar on your back like a relief map" - SuperFriendz
I think he's talking about The Tragically Hip. But when he talks about
`ultraviolence'(a term from the movie A Clockwork Orange), Louiseville
Sluggers, and taking out the trash I'm not sure if he's trying to be
funny or he's being serious. I'd hope for the former.
Mike(who so far likes `Ahead by A century' and `Gift Shop' from The
Tragically Hip's `Trouble at the Henhouse')