Saturday night, the drummer decided that he needed a carpet on stage. So he went outside, went next door to the pizza place, rolled up their carpet and took it. The owner of the pizza place saw this from across the street, and a while later asked Barry, "um, why did you guys take my carpet?" "What are you talking about," replied Barry. So they wandered around the club and eventually found it. They asked the guy, "what were you thinking?" Can you guess what his answer was? Go on, guess.
- "Oh, my bad. It's all good."
At some other point in the evening, the same guy came into the office, took a chair, and said to Caroline, "yo baby, don't tell nobody I took this." It's unclear whether that chair is still in the building.
Photos of the Cold Meat Industry show are up now. This was a night composed primarily of extremely loud air-conditioner-type noises. It made me a little nostalgic, in that, had I seen this show when I was 16 and had just discovered early Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle, I probably would have thought it was the most badass thing I'd ever seen. But now I'm old and jaded, so not so much...
The last band had this grid of words hanging at the front of the stage. We kept wondering if they were going to play Industrial Jeopardy: "I'll take FILTH WHORE for $200, Alex!"
I think we still have his kick drum and his drum hardware.
Personally I enjoyed the exclusive dark ambient VIP performance that the ice maker, dryer, and walk-in cooler put on in the back room.
What band? I'll go d/l some mp3s. That'll show'im.
"My bad"? And what the fuck is "it's all good" supposed to mean?
Kids today. They need a beating.
" For those of you playing the home game, here are some handy definitions of phrases commonly employed by the clubgoing public:"
So it's like monkeys learned to mimic people by saying words but really, they're just doing more complicated-sounding grunting.
Thanks for the translation!
The skater equivalent is apparently "everything is straight" and/or "much love." From an interview with "Stevie Williams" in Skateboarder Magazine (March 2003):
Q: In one issue of a magazine you were in three different bearing ads. How did that go down?
A: It was a miscommunication. That was embarrassing man, but not really. I told certain people and they chose to use it. But IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m officially on Gold Rims, thatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s my own project. Everything is straight. Much love.
"Mr President, now that's it's been shown that every reason you gave for invading Iraq was incorrect, misleading, or a downright lie, what do have to say about your administration?"
- "Oh, my bad. It's all good."
What are the little butterflies of light in this picture? Is that a fancy intelligent light mixed with fog?
And seriously, what could be more hardcore than that?
indeed it is. I was quite perplexed when I saw it durring soundcheck.
"Oh, my bad. It's all good."
You think you could get away with putting a clause in all your performance contracts making them agree to give up half of whatever they get paid for any sort of shitheel behavior? Including but not limited to making a filthy mess of the stage, damaging the property, absconding with club or neighbors' property without permission, or feeding liquor to minors...